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"By the time students are teenagers, many parents don’t think there is much they can do to change their children’s minds or help them be motivated. This research shows that parents can still have a substantial effect."

Talking to children about STEM fields boosts test scores and career interest

On the eve of the Presidential Inauguration, UChicago Social Science faculty will come together to discuss what a Donald Trump presidency means for U.S. politics. #TalkingTrump

Talkingtrump: Conversation, Context, Controversy

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Heads up, UChicago! Do you know where on campus this photo was taken? You can email your guess to headsup@uchicago.edu to win a high-res digital copy—and stay tuned for more #HeadsUpUChicago challenges throughout the year.
The UChicago community came together last week for the 27th annual MLK Celebration at UChicago, featuring a keynote address by Bryan Stevenson and a performance by the Chicago Children's Choir (pictured here).
Kuviasungnerk/Kangeiko—#UChicago's annual winter festival—wrapped up this morning with sun salutations at Promontory Point. Did you brave the cold for all five days of Kuvia this year?

Pictured here: Salisbury House fourth-years Yida Cai, Andrew Jaffe, Evan Mayer, and Juliet Eldred.
Selwyn O. Rogers, a top surgeon and public health expert with 16 years of trauma care experience, will lead The University of Chicago Medicine’s development of a new Level 1 adult trauma center, scheduled to open in 2018.

“I look forward to working in Chicago’s South Side to help meet the clinical needs of patients while working to understand and help address the broader challenges that go...
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Selwyn Rogers to head adult trauma center

The University of Chicago's #OdysseyChallenge has helped more than 3,500 students attend UChicago College—regardless of their socioeconomic background. At University of Chicago Magazine, six current and former Odyssey Scholars reflect on how the program changed their lives:

Epic beginnings | The University of Chicago Magazine

“I look forward to shaping what it means to be a great art museum at a top research university, while helping to define the role of the Smart Museum of Art in the constellation of world-class art museums in Chicago and beyond.”—Alison Gass

Alison Gass appointed Dana Feitler Director of Smart Museum of Art

As President Barack Obama prepares to give his farewell address today in Chicago, his Hyde Park neighbors reflect on his legacy:

For Many on Chicago’s South Side, Obama’s Farewell Will Be Personal

Live at 6:00 PM CST—Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, will offer the keynote address at the University of Chicago's 27th annual MLK Commemoration Celebration. #MLKUChicago

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"The services we assessed are not just expensive for the health care system. They also can cause physical, emotional, and financial harm to children and their families.”—Prof. Kao-Ping Chua

One out of 10 children receive unnecessary health care services

Every Wednesday, the University of Chicago Divinity School hosts a family-style, student-cooked lunch accompanied by an academic presentation—a long-running tradition that brings together community members from across the University.

Have you been to the Div School lunch series? What are your favorite memories?

Divinity School tradition feeds mind and body

The Indian government has ended the use of current 500- and 1,000-rupee notes—what will this mean for the country's economy? Prof. Anup Malani outlines plans by the Tata Centre for Development at UChicago to study the effects of demonetization through large-scale research:
#UChicago's Winter Quarter kicks off today—welcome back, everyone!
Is gaining wisdom one of your #NewYearsResolutions? Practices like meditation and ballet could make you wiser, according to a first-of-its-kind UChicago study:

Meditation and ballet associated with wisdom, study says

Happy New Year! What's your plan for today?
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July 1, 2016 – During her first year at UChicago College, Naomy Grand’Pierre balanced coursework with training for the Olympics. In Rio de Janeiro, she went on to make history as the first female swimmer to represent Haiti at any Olympic Games.
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April 8, 2016 – “One of the reasons I wanted to come back is to recruit you—to stay engaged, get involved, make a difference.”—President Barack Obama to students at The University of Chicago Law School earlier this year.