The University Of Illinois’ Board of Trustees fired an engineering professor on Thursday who had a 50-year career on the flagship campus in Urbana. U of I administrators say Louis Wozniak is the first tenured professor to be dismissed by the board.
Champaign Unit 4 schools has reached a tentative agreement with its support staff, which includes more than 500 custodians, mechanics, secretaries, and bus drivers.
The University of Illinois Board of Trustees could take the unprecedented step of dismissing a professor who's taught at the Champaign-Urbana campus for half a century.
Have you ever wanted to see a woolly mammoth skeleton? How about Amelia Earhart's flight suit (one worn before her fateful last flight, mind you)?
A meeting that was expected to produce a new plan for grading Indiana schools has descended into chaos when the state's top education official stormed out.
Tight economies around the world haven't slowed down students who are crossing international borders in record numbers to pursue their studies. The University of Illinois ranks second in a new study.
The University of Illinois broke ground on Friday on a new facility on its Urbana campus to help military veterans adapt to life with their injuries, while attending the U of I.
Gov. Pat Quinn has selected former Chicago schools CEO and 2002 gubernatorial candidate Paul Vallas as his running mate in 2014.
University of Illinois trustees later this month will start considering changes in how the university's hospital, clinics and medical colleges are run. But some faculty members want to slow the process down.
The University of Illinois plans to open an office in China later this year. A group of alumni is visiting the country next week.