October 25, 2012

Study: College Tuition Prices on the Rise

Prices for in-state tuition at public, four-year universities rose nearly 5 percent in the past year--all while higher education researchers and officials say there could be a decline in student financial aid.


October 24, 2012

LED Inventor Honored by Gov. Quinn

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn on Wednesday honored world-renowned physicist Nick Holonyak, Jr, who is the inventor of the first practical light-emitting diode, or LED.


October 16, 2012

University of Illinois to Explore Chicago R&D Lab Idea

A University of Illinois Chicago-professor says the idea of a research and development lab in the city and tied to the school is a ‘work in progress’ that’s patterned after what other institutions have done.


October 15, 2012

Unit Four and Champaign Teachers Union Hold Contract Talks

Contract negotiators for the Champaign School District and its teachers union were scheduled to meet Monday afternoon. The meeting is expected to be a relatively brief one, due to the Unit Four school board meeting scheduled for Monday evening. Another bargaining session is set for October 24th, if needed.


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