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伊利诺伊大学芝加哥分校(University of Illinois at Chicago,学术简称UIC)创立于1982年,东西校区皆位于美国第二大商业中心芝加哥市的心脏地带,是芝加哥地区最大型的公立研究型大学,在2013年Times Higher Education 100 Under 50排名中居香港城市大学之后,世界排名位列第19位,属US News (美国新闻与世界报道)一级国家级大学。 位于西校区的医学院在业内颇具影响力,口腔医学院、临床医学院、公共卫生学院、药学院、护理学院等,都在全美属于顶尖水平,为伊利诺伊培养了很多的医学专业人士,也承担了美国甚至世界范围内医学健康领域多个大型项目与工程,2014年6月24日我国卫生部人才交流服务中心就卫生和医学人才培养合作与UIC签署了合作备忘录。 位于东校区的Liautaud商学院在美国排名前100,依托芝加哥的金融中心优势,与各个行业的结合交流十分紧密,学生有很多与世界尖端行业企业交流实习工作的机会,特别是在会计、金融、企业管理、医疗等行业有强大的关系网。在UIC任教26年的会计系主任陈立齐教授,是美国政府会计准则委员会和联邦政府会计准则咨询委员会成员,现为中国财政部财政科学研究所研究生部特聘教授。

概况

伊利诺伊大学芝加哥分校
伊利诺伊大学芝加哥分校 伊利诺伊大学芝加哥分校
建校年代:1982年
所在省州:伊利诺斯州
所在城市:芝加哥
学校类别:公立研究型
教职人员:2300
学生人数:27580
校园面积:244英亩 (98公顷)
所获捐赠:11.1亿美元
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IELTS分数要求:本科生/研究生6.5 (单项分数不低于6.0)
学校专业:
建筑及艺术学院、
卫生保健中心、
牙医学院、
教育学院、
工程学院、
人文科学学院、
护理学院、
药学院、
城市规划及公用事业学院、
简亚当斯社会工作学院、
荣誉学院、
研究生学院、
公共卫生学院

学校简介

伊利诺伊大学芝加哥分校(University of Illinois at Chicago,简称UIC),是美国资助的公立研究型大学以及伊利诺伊大学的第二个成员,同时也是是由卡内基基金会评选的88所研究型一类美国大学之一以及是全美最大的10所大学之一。在大芝加哥地区,伊利诺伊大学和西北大学、芝加哥大学并列为该区最好的学校。
伊利诺伊大学芝加哥分校有大约26,000名学生分布在15个学院,其中包括全美最大的医学院。超过3.4亿美元科研经费使得它一直是美国研究经费排名前50的机构之一,在对超过650所大学的国家科学基金会的研究经费统计排名中位居第48名,超过了芝加哥大学。
伊利诺伊大学芝加哥分校在伊利诺伊州的医疗系统中具有领导作用,它拥有伊利诺伊州主要的公共医疗中心,并作为伊利诺伊州的医生,牙医,药剂师,护士和其他医护人员的主要培训基地,并多有杰出表现及获得多种国家级评鉴优良声誉或奖项,如:美国科学发展协会、美国人文基金会等。
UIC的商业管理、工程、社会科学、健康科学、心理学、建筑学颇负盛名,深受学生们喜爱。 伊利诺大学芝加哥分校在专业领域上也独树一帜,拥有多种专业的研究中心及机构。
此外,UIC是美国最佳的50所一类科研院校之一,此项殊荣仅授予美国4000多所大学中的极少数院校。作为芝加哥地区最大的高等学校,UIC拥有超过25000名学生和12000名教职员工,15个学院,100多栋教学楼,占地面积约为1平方公里。UIC在130个领域内培养学士生,在93个领域内培养硕士生,在54个领域内培养博士生。

大学排名

2015年1月 webometrics 世界大学排名164,全美77
2015 US NEWS 美国大学生物科学研究生院排名 全美75
2015 US NEWS 美国大学化学研究生院排名 全美76
2015 US NEWS 美国大学计算机科学研究生院排名 全美60
2015 US NEWS 美国大学数学研究生院排名 全美34
2015 US NEWS 美国大学物理研究生院排名 全美65
2015 US NEWS 美国大学统计研究生院排名 全美53
2014 QS World University Rankings 全球:186,全美:47
2014CWUR 2014 排名:全球:218,全美:90
2013 QS World University Rankings 全球:192,全美:51
2013 上海交通大学发布的《世界大学学术排名》 全球:151-200,全美:68-85
2013年8月 webometrics 世界排名139,全美80
2012 Washington Monthly 全美大学排名 64
2013 webometrics 世界排名176,全美82
2012 US NEWS 美国大学经济学研究生院排名 全美65
2012 US NEWS 美国大学犯罪学排名 全美19
2012 US NEWS 美国大学数学排名 全美36
2012 US NEWS 美国大学药剂学排名 全美9
2012 US NEWS 美国大学护理学排名 全美7
2012 US NEWS 美国大学【临床】物理治疗 全美15
2012 US NEWS 美国大学【临床】职业疗法 全美4
2012 Planetizen 城市规划排名 全美 14
2012 US NEWS City Management and Urban Policy(含城市规划) 全美 9
2013 US NEWS 美国大学教育学院排名 全美38
2013 US NEWS 美国大学工程学院排名 全美64
※美国《成功》杂志在2001年将UIC列为“最佳的50所企业家商学院”中的第3名
※UIC的金融系在2004年的《美国新闻和世界报道》中列全美第19位
※根据《美国新闻和世界报道》的排名,UIC商学院名列经国际高等商学院协会(AACSB)认证的429所商学院中的第62位。在职MBA排名第24位。

学校地理位置

UIC位于美国第三大城市芝加哥(Chicago)。
芝加哥位于美国中部、世界第一大湖密歇根湖畔与芝加哥湖交汇处,面积588平方公里。现有人口270万。芝加哥是美国的铁路枢纽,几十条铁路交汇于此,连接美国各大城市;奥黑尔国际机场是世界上最繁忙的国际机场之一;19世纪开通的伊利诺伊-密歇根运河,把处于内陆的芝加哥同五大湖和大西洋连接起来,变为港口城市;因此,芝加哥可以称得上是美国水、陆、空交通运输的中心。美国最大的期货市场-芝加哥商品交易所和芝加哥期货交易所均设在此。
芝加哥还是美国中部的高等教育中心,芝加哥大学被誉为“诺贝尔奖”获得者的摇篮,曾先后培育出诺贝尔奖获得者30多人。西角的阿岗国家研究院、贝尔实验室费米实验室的科研成就在全美以至世界都令人瞩目,有相当数目的华裔学者、工程技术人员在这些科研院任职。
曾是美国“工业之母”的芝加哥,近年来涌现出成片的高科技走廊,现有“美国”硅草原之称。1928年建于该市的摩托罗拉公司闻名全球,是世界上提供无线电通讯、半导体器件、高级电子系统和设施的主要厂商之一。

学校校园

UIC校园由位于芝加哥市小意大利(Littel Italy)和大学村(University Village)的三个园区组成。东校园在希腊城(Greektown)以南的近西锡德(Near West Side),离芝加哥市中心只有15分钟的步行距离。西校园坐落于在伊利诺伊医疗地区的中心。南校园位于大学村。
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伊利诺伊大学芝加哥分校的商学院

芝加哥伊利诺大学的商学院被美国《成功》杂志2001列为“最佳的50所企业家商学院”中的第3位,在2005年《美国新闻及世界报道》的全美商学院排名中列第62位,其中的城市政策及管理专业排名第5位,金融专业排名第24位,MBA学位经过了全美高等商学院联合会(AACSB)认证。
多年来,芝加哥伊利诺大学与中国各地政府部门,专门开办了针对政府人员的的MBA及MPA课程,因此该校在中国地方政府有较高的知名度。伊利诺大学芝加哥校区的商业管理、工程、社会科学、健康科学、心理学、建筑学颇负盛名 ,深受学生们喜爱,拥有多种专业的研究中心及机构,多有杰出表现,并获得美国科学发展协会(American Association for the Advancement of Science)、美国人文基金会等多种国家级评鉴优良声誉或奖项。

学校行政

UIC Administration

Name Title
Paula Allen-Meares Chancellor
Lon S. Kaufman Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost
Michael Redding Executive Associate Chancellor for Public and Government Affairs
Mark Donovan Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services
Mitra Dutta Vice Chancellor for Research
Jerry Bauman Vice President for Health Affairs (interim)
Barbara Henley Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Jeff Nearhoof Vice Chancellor for Development

UIC Deans

Name Title
Bo Fernhall College of Applied Health Sciences
Steve Everett College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts
Michael B. Mikhail College of Business Administration
Bill Knight College of Dentistry (interim)
Alfred Tatum College of Education (interim)
Peter C. Nelson College of Engineering
Karen J. Colley Graduate College
Bette L. Bottoms Honors College
Creasie Finney Hairston Jane Addams College of Social Work
Astrida Tantillo College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Dimitri T. Azar College of Medicine
Sara L. Rusch
  Regional Dean
College of Medicine at Peoria
Mitch King (interim)
  Regional Dean
College of Medicine at Rockford
Uretz Oliphant (interim)
  Regional Dean
College of Medicine at Urbana-Champaign
Terri E. Weaver College of Nursing
Jerry L. Bauman College of Pharmacy
Paul Brandt-Rauf School of Public Health
Michael Pagano College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
Mary Case University Librarian

知名校友

Academia

  • Anne Allison, professor of cultural anthropology at Duke University, specializing in contemporary Japanese society [1]
  • Nancy Cartwright, Ph.D. Professor of philosophy at the London School of Economics and the University of California at San Diego, and a recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship [2]
  • Kevin Desouza, Associate Dean for Research, College of Public Programs, Arizona State University. Prior appointments include: University of Washington, London School of Economics, Virginia Tech, and the University of Witwatersrand. Author of nine books and over 100 articles on information management, knowledge and innovation management, and security. Fellow, Royal Society of the Arts. [3]
  • William A. Dembski, B.A. 1981, M.S. 1983. Mathematician, philosopher, theologian, author, and professor of philosophy at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas [4]
  • Lindsay Grace, C. Michael Armstrong professor of Fine Arts atMiami University, focusing on game design theory and writing [5]
  • Richard I. Morimoto, B.S. Bill and Gayle Cook Professor of Biology, Professor of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology an Cell Biology, and Director of the Rice Institute for Biomedical Research at Northwestern University [6]
  • Kali Nikitas, B.F.A. Chair of the Communication Arts department at Otis College of Art and Design [7]
  • Richard Schneirov, 1971. Professor of history, noted labor historian at Indiana State University and Fulbright Scholar [citation needed]
  • Roger Wojtkiewicz, B.A. 1974. Professor, former Chairperson, Department of Sociology, Ball State University [citation needed]

Architecture and design

  • George J. Efstathiou, 1974. Architect and managing partner of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, LLP [8]
  • Tom Marshall, M.A. Award-winning architect who served on the Memphis City Council for 21 years [9]
  • Dan Meis, 1985. Award-winning architect of ballparks, arenas and stadiums (e.g.,Miller Park,Paul Brown Stadium,Safeco Field,Saitama Super Arena,Staples Center, andSports City Stadium) [10]
  • Adrian D. Smith, 1969. Former longtime partner at Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP, before starting his own firm, designed theTrump International Hotel and Tower (Chicago),Burj KhalifaandJin Mao Tower [11]
  • Michael G. Turnbull, 1973. AssistantArchitect of the Capitolin Washington, D.C., previously head of the Department of Design and Construction at theArt Institute of Chicago [12]

Arts and entertainment

  • Santiago Durango, attorney and guitarist remembered for his work with the 1980s punk rock groups, Naked Raygun and Big Black [13]
  • Tom Friedman, M.F.A. in sculpture in 1990. [14]
  • Janina Gavankar, actress and recording artist [15]
  • Michael Gross, 1970. Movie and television actor best known for his role as Steven Keaton on the 1980s NBC sitcom, Family Ties [16]
  • Angelina Gualdoni, M.F.A. 2000. Painter [17]
  • Justin Hartley, actor best known for his roles on the NBC daytime soap opera, Passions, and the WB/CW Superman-inspired series, Smallville [18]
  • Megan Hauserman, 2005. Reality TV Celebrity and Model [19]
  • Michael Heinstein, M.A. 1997. Founder and Chairman, art.com [citation needed]
  • Patty Hou, Taiwanese news anchor and actress [citation needed]
  • Richard Hunt, 1965. Sculptor known for large public works [citation needed]
  • Al Jourgensen, attended the Circle Campus c. 1979 [20]
  • Ronnie Kroell, fashion model and former contestant on Bravo's reality series Make Me a Supermodel [21]
  • Mike Nawrocki, B.S. 1992. Co-Creator, Writer and Director of the computer animated seriesVeggieTales. Also the voiceLarry the Cucumber
  • Lucas Neff, B.F.A. 2008. Actor best known for his starring role as James "Jimmy Chance in Fox's sitcom, Raising Hope [citation needed]
  • Roger Neal Smith, B.F.A. 1982. Chairman of the Board President and Chief Executive Officer OBN Holdings, Inc. [citation needed]
  • Christopher Sperandio, M.F.A. 1991. Artist known for his collaborative work with British artist Simon Grennan [22]
  • Kenny Techstepper, 2006. Co-host & technical producer forMancow's Morning Madhouse, a nationally syndicated talk radio show [20]
  • Azhar Usman, comedian, lecturer, community activist and lawyer [23]

Business

  • Anuradha Acharya, Founder and Chief Executive Officer,Ocimum Bio Solutions [24]
  • Jim E. Compton, Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer, United Continental Holdings
  • Charles Dangelo, 1971. President and CEO, Starr Indemnity and Liability
  • Mary N. Dillon, President and Chief Executive Officer, U.S. Cellular
  • Louis Gries, B.S. Mathematics 1977. Chief Executive Officer, James Hardie
  • Richard S. Hill, B.S. 1974. Former Chief Executive Officer, Novellus Systems, Inc.
  • Cary Kochman, co-head of M & A at UBS
  • Marc J. Lane, 1967. Business and tax attorney, entrepreneur and founder of The Marc J. Lane Wealth Group [citation needed]
  • Robert "Bill" Anthony Mariano, B.S. 1971. Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President, Roundy's, Inc.
  • Leo Melamed, attended in 1940s. Former chairman,Chicago Mercantile Exchange(CME); current board member,CME Group; chairman, CME Group Foundation [citation needed]
  • Tony Podesta, class of '67, prominent Washington lobbyist, founder of thePodesta Group

Government, politics, and service

  • Carol Moseley Braun, 1969. Politician and lawyer and the first African-American woman elected to theU.S. Senate [25]
  • John H. Cox, lawyer, accountant, businessman, broadcaster, and aspiring politician [26]
  • Sharon Denise Dixon, 1985. Democratic alderman representing the 24th Ward on the Chicago City Council [27]
  • Freddrenna Lyle, alderman of the 6th ward of the City of Chicago [28]
  • Iris Martinez, Democratic member of the Illinois Senate, representing the 20th district [29]
  • Michael Noland, B.A. 1991, M.B.A. 2001. Democratic member of the Illinois Senate, representing the 22nd District [30]
  • Milton Patterson, M.P.A. Former two-term Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives, representing the 32nd District [citation needed]
  • Tony Peraica1980. Cook County Commissioner [31]
  • Louanner Peters, M.A. 1973. Former deputy governor of Illinois [32]
  • Bobby Rush, 1994. U.S. Congressman and civil rights leader [33]
  • James R. Thompson(Navy Pier), former governor of Illinois and member of the 9/11 Commission [34]
  • Lloyd Zimmerman, 1975. Minnesota jurist [35]
  • Radovan Jelasic, Former Governor of the National Bank of Serbia [36]
  • Jesus G. Garcia, Cook County Commissioner [citation needed]
  • Kevin Bautista, City Year Chicago Team Leader 2014-2015

Journalism, literature and writing

  • Charles Blackstone, novelist, editor and winner of the Barker Award for Fiction in 2001 [citation needed]
  • Patricia Brieschke, Ph.D. 1983. Short story writer [citation needed]
  • John Chancellor(Navy Pier), 1950. Leading news anchor forNBC Nightly Newsfrom 1970 to 1982 [37]
  • Michael Collins, Ph.D. 1997. Irish novelist and international ultra-distance runner [38]
  • Tina De Rosa(master's degreein English) - Author of Paper Fish [39]
  • M. Miriam Herrera, M.A. 1981. Author and poet [40]
  • Ma. Luisa Aguilar Igloria, Ph.D. 1995. Poet and author of various award-winning collections [citation needed]
  • Stuart Kaminsky, 1957. Author of over 50 award-winning novels; predominant genre is mystery [41]
  • Rich King, weekend sports anchor and sports reporter forWGN-TVin Chicago [42]
  • Gerald Nicosia, B.A. 1971, M.A. 1973. Freelance journalist, interviewer, and literary critic [43]
  • Bernard Shaw, 1968. Leading news anchor forCNNfrom 1980 to his retirement in 2001 [44]
  • Shel Silverstein, attended the University of Illinois atNavy Pierfor a year [citation needed] [45]
  • Kenny Techstepper, 2006. Nationally syndicated broadcast journalist [citation needed]
  • Corrina Wycoff, M.A. Writer, best known for her short story collection, O Street [46]
  • Alaa Al Aswany, MDent, writer and political activist. [citation needed]

Medicine and dentistry

  • Mark FreyB.A. 1977. President and Chief Executive Officer, Alexian Brothers Health System
  • Stanley J. Korsmeyer(1951–2005). Oncologist who helped develop the concepts of the role of programmed cell death in carcinogenesis
  • Harry Watson Martin(1889-1951), medical director of 20th Century Fox Studios and third husband ofLouella Parsons
  • John ShortB.S. 1977. Senior VP, Chief Operating Officer, Resurrection Medical Center at Resurrection Health Care
  • Sheila Tlou1990. Botswana specialist in HIV/AIDS and women's health, nursing educator and former Minister of Health

Non-profit organizations

  • Charles Dean Connor, 1972. President & CEO, American Lung Association
  • Barbara A. Schaal, 1969. Evolutionary biologist, professor at Washington University in St. Louis and vice president of theNational Academy of Sciences

Sports

  • Jeff Bzdelik, basketball coach atWake Forest University, former head coach of theDenver Nuggetsand the University of Colorado basketball team. [47]
  • Jay DeMerit, professional soccer player formally ofWatford F.C.of the EnglishFootball League Championship, currently of theVancouver Whitecaps FCofMajor League Soccer, and longtime member of theU.S. National Team. [48]
  • Curtis Granderson, Major League Baseball center fielder for theNew York Yankeesand finalist for the 2011American LeagueMVP. [49]
  • Baggio Husidić, professional soccer player formally of theChicago FireofMajor League Soccer, currently withHammarby IFin the SwedishSuperettan. [citation needed]
  • Joanne McCarthy, 1998. UIC career scoring and assists recordholder and former professional women's basketball player. [50]
  • Monroe Saffold Jr., American bodybuilder, first place Masters Mr. America AAU, tall division 1990. [51]
  • Chuck Ulrich, former NFL defensive tackle [52]
  • Cesar Zambrano, former UIC and professional soccer player. [53]
  • Jerry O. Haynes, professional soccer playerChicago FireofMajor League Soccer.
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