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DECEMBER 2015 NEWSLETTER

ILLINI LIFE

 
Fog on the South Quad
 

Days of Haze: Foggy weather in early December generated some striking photos on campus, including this one on the South Quad of the McFarland Carillon rising into the mist. It’s one of the most popular photos on the College of LAS Instagram account (lasillinois).

 
 
 
 

NEWS

 
Leah Matchett 
 

 

LAS Student Named Marshall Scholar

A Senior wins Prestigious Scholarship to the U.K.
 
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Andrew Leakey 
 

 

 

Fighting Drought and Dry Land

Researchers Receive $5 Million Grant to Make a Bioenergy Crop More Resilient 

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Pictured here, left to right: Hyunjoon Kong, Martha Gillette, Taher Saif, EBICS Director Roger Kamm of MIT, and Rashid Bashir. 
 

 

 

Building a Living Machine 

The Future of Medicine Could be Tiny Biological Machines in your Bloodstream

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U. of I. President Timothy Killeen 
 

 

 

Distinguished Honors for Research

Researchers at Illinois are Named AAAS Fellows

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William Sparks and Welton Taylor 
 

 

 

LAS Alumni Inducted into National Inventors Hall of Fame

Two from the College are Among those Highlighted for 2016
 
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A replica of the death mask of Agamemnon, the mythical king of Mycenae, was on display at the College of LAS Alumni Associations gathering at the Field Museums limited-time exhibition, The Greeks from Agamemnon to Alexander the Great. 
 

 

 

A Meeting with the Greeks

Large Crowd Shows up for LAS Alumni Event at the Field Museum

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