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  • Blackboard Will Be Unavailable 9-11 p.m. on Friday, 28 January

    Blackboard Will Be Unavailable 9-11 p.m. on Friday, 28 January

    Blackboard will be temporarily unavailable from 9:15–11:15 p.m. Central on Friday, 28 January while maintenance is performed. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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  • Join us for Illinois Tech’s 2022 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Programming

    Join us for Illinois Tech’s 2022 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Programming

    Our university is proud to host “Lessons from Little Rock ,” a virtual discussion with Terrence Roberts, Ph.D., who, along with Illinois Tech alumna Gloria Ray Karlmark, was a member of the Little Rock Nine that integrated Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Please join us for this virtual conversation on Friday, January 14, from 12:30–1:30 p.m.

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  • Important Updates and Reminders for Return to Campus on January 24

    Important Updates and Reminders for Return to Campus on January 24

    As announced prior to the break, the university will operate all courses remotely until Monday, January 24, at which point the university will return to full in-person instruction. Please read these critical booster and testing updates and reminders for returning to campus later this month. As always, the university will continue to closely monitor COVID-19 metrics in Chicago and will continue to follow all relevant city, state, and federal guidance.

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  • COVID-19 Vaccine / Booster Clinic On Friday, January 14 and February 4

    COVID-19 Vaccine / Booster Clinic On Friday, January 14 and February 4

    Illinois College of Optometry is hosting an IDPH Vaccine/Booster Clinic on Friday, January 14 and February 4, 2022.  Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson&Johnson vaccines and booster shots are available.

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  • Illinois Tech Alumni Team Publishes Novel Transport Phenomena Chemical Engineering Textbook

    Illinois Tech Alumni Team Publishes Novel Transport Phenomena Chemical Engineering Textbook

    Illinois Tech alumni Dr. Hamid Arastoopour, Dr. Dimitri Gidaspow and Dr. Robert W. Lyczkowski collaborated as authors of the newly released book, Transport Phenomena in Multiphase Systems. Margaret M. Murphy served as editor of the textbook which fills the need for a textbook presenting basic governing and constitutive equations, followed by several engineering problems on multiphase flow and transport that are not provided in current advanced texts, monographs, or handbooks.

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  • Nominate Students for the Richard Babcock Leadership Award

    Nominate Students for the Richard Babcock Leadership Award

    Nominations are now being accepted for The Richard Babcock Leadership Award.

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  • Nominate Students for Service and Leadership Awards

    Nominate Students for Service and Leadership Awards

    Nominations are now being accepted for Illinois Institute of Technology’s Student Service and Leadership Awards, honoring students who have made notable contributions to campus life.

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  • Introducing Mobile Pay for Visitor Parking

    Introducing Mobile Pay for Visitor Parking

    Mobile Pay, powered by Text2Park,  conveniently allows parkers to purchase visitor parking fast using their mobile phone. Parkers are encouraged to become familiar with utilizing Mobile Pay, as this platform will replace the legacy campus visitor pay stations effective January 3, 2022.

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  • Last Call for Alumni Awards Nominations

    Last Call for Alumni Awards Nominations

    Nominations for 2022 Illinois Tech Alumni Awards are open until January 14, 2022. Since 1946, awards have been presented to Illinois Institute of Technology’s most accomplished, innovative, and influential alumni. Alumni Award winners add to our university’s rich history of…

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  • 2021 Highlights from Illinois Tech

    2021 Highlights from Illinois Tech

    As we near the new year, we have the wonderful opportunity to reflect on how Illinois Tech is making a difference in our students’ lives and across the world.

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  • Online Instruction to Begin Spring 2022 Semester

    Online Instruction to Begin Spring 2022 Semester

    As we continue to see a rise of COVID-19 in Chicago due to the omicron variant, the university will take the following steps to reduce the risk to students, faculty, and staff while also supporting our continued academic excellence.

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  • Booster Requirement and Work from Home Update

    Booster Requirement and Work from Home Update

    Consistent with current university vaccination requirements and applicable exemptions, the university has extended the deadline for all eligible students, faculty, and staff to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster until January 24, 2022, and for others, as soon thereafter as they are eligible.

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