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Gies Business Sep 27
: 1924 and Fighting legend Red Grange going for a touchdown in a 39-14 win over Michigan. Don't miss the Gies Business Homecoming Celebration on Friday, October 12. Get all the details: .
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U. Illinois Archives Sep 20
We hope you can join us on Thursday, October 11 for a discussion of Josh Birnbaum's Dream Shot: The Journey to a Wheelchair Basketball National Championship from !
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Gies Business Sep 20
- , circa 1968. Join Gies Business on Friday, Oct. 12 from 1-4pm for our open house, hear from members of our stellar faculty, and join us in honoring the classes of 1968, 1993, & 2008 on their 50th, 25th, and 10th reunion!
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U. Illinois Archives Sep 19
We hope you will join us this evening to explore the histories of women engineers! 7:00-8:30 pm, University Archives, 146 Main Library
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Illinois Press Sep 18
Women + Engineering = accomplishment, and Laura D. Hahn and Angela S. Wolters present the amazing story of how it all happened at 7 pm on 9/19 at the U of I Archives, Room 146 Library at 1408 W. Gregory Dr.
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Grainger Engineering Library Sep 18
Join the University of Illinois Archives from 7:00-8:30 pm tomorrow, to celebrate the publication of Women and Ideas in Engineering: Twelve Stories from Illinois! Editors Laura D. Hahn and Angela S. Wolters will be joined in a panel by several contributors to the book.
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U. Illinois Archives Sep 14
Thanks for mentioning the Albert H. Lybyer Papers! Here is the finding aid:
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U. Illinois Archives Sep 13
It's ! In anticipation of our event on "Women and Ideas in Engineering" (see: ) next week, here's a women in engineering recruitment video from 1973
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Grainger Engineering Library Sep 12
Join the next Wednesday to discuss the publication of Women and Ideas in Engineering: Twelve Stories from Illinois. Learn more about the book as well as talk to a panel of contributors to the book as well as other well known women in the field. See you there!
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BTN LiveBIG Sep 12
A new exhibit documents the life and work of Albert R. Lee, who tirelessly advocated for African American students .
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University of Illinois Sep 10
An exhibit at the University of Illinois Archives commemorates the contributions of Albert Lee, who provided guidance for African-American students at in the first half of the 20th century:
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U. Illinois Archives Sep 10
will be hosting a panel discussion on "Women and Ideas in Engineering: Twelve Stories from Illinois," a new book from and based on research in the Archives. Please join us 7-8:30 pm, Sept 19! For more info:
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University of Illinois Sep 10
Project 500 was the first extensive effort by our university to offer equal educational opportunities for all Illinois residents. In honor of the project's 50th anniversary, join with a weekend of commemorative events from Sept. 27-29:
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Gies Business Sep 6
DYK: In Feb. 1911, President William Howard Taft toured Champaign-Urbana and the University of Illinois? Read more about his visit here: . We're looking forward to welcoming former President to the campus tomorrow.
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U of I News Bureau Sep 6
For decades Albert Lee was the unofficial dean for African-American students at , when they were barred from many places to live, eat or work. Now a exhibit is commemorating his contributions.
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 24
If you are in the Champaign-Urbana area on August 31st please consider attending the memorial unveiling and dedication for Albert R. Lee the U of I Unofficial Dean of Black Students. Please see the information below for another related event.
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 15
Check out our blog entry on : Getting the Hat Right: The Untold Origin of Smokey Bear
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 10
7 days, 7 B&W photos of library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! Today's our last day and we challenge ! Day 7/7
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Gies Business Aug 9
: In 1915, the Board of Trustees approved David Kinley’s request to form a separate business college. The College of Commerce opened with 581 students and 22 faculty members teaching in 3 departments—Economics, Business Organization and Operation, and Transportation.
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U. Illinois Archives Aug 9
7 days, 7 B&W photos of library life. No humans, no explanations. Challenge someone new every day! Interested in participating, ? Day 6/7
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