Oren Oppenheim

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Former Graduate Fellow Nominated to Lead Israel's Central Bank

Yaron earned a graduate fellowship from the University as well as an Alfred Sloan Dissertation Fellowship for his doctorate work.


October 12, 2018

As Yerkes Closes, University Hints at Community Efforts and Residential Development

While it will no longer run the historic Wisconsin observatory, UChicago is in talks with a local group aiming to save Yerkes from closing permanently.


October 2, 2018

Early Numbers Show Trauma Center Will Be One of the Busiest in Illinois

The trauma center has treated nearly 300 patients in its first month.


May 31, 2018

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In addition to adding a new sequence, the changes will expand Social Science Inquiry to include multiple tracks.


May 11, 2018

New SOSC Sequence Added, SSI Expanded

The new sequence, Global Society, will discuss social science research in the context of contemporary issues.


May 11, 2018

New Group Submits Proposal to Keep Yerkes Open

A group calling itself the Yerkes Future Foundation has submitted a proposal to keep the Observatory open.


May 10, 2018

Obama Foundation Announces Library Branch, Community Commitments, and Design Changes for Presidential Library

A seven year rent-free lease is included for the Chicago Public Library branch, and provisions for it to be placed next to a planned "Obama Reading Room."


May 7, 2018

Alumni Association Announces 2018 Award Winners

Professor Doyal Harper won the Norman Maclean Faculty Award, while John McGinn (A.B. ’90) will receive the 2018 Alumni Service Medal.


May 3, 2018

Trauma Center Official: "We’re really filling a need for our community"

The Maroon sat down with Debra Allen, UChicago Medicine’s clinical director of trauma, and Dr. Ken Wilson, the deputy director of trauma, to discuss their professional backgrounds, the trauma center designation, and the future of UChicago Medicine.


April 27, 2018

MAB announces 2018 lineup



April 26, 2018