Yuezhen Li



Germanic Studies Professor Awarded the Golden Goethe Medal

Professor David Wellbery was awarded for his research on the conceptual links between Goethe and German philosophers at the time.


March 4, 2019

Martha Nussbaum Wins $1 Million Berggruen Prize

The philosophy and law professor is the recipient of $1 million prize for helping to show how philosophy is not just an "armchair discipline."


November 5, 2018

UChicago Econ Paper: 'The Tyranny of the Top Five'

Nobel economist James Heckman co-authored a paper critical of academia’s emphasis on publishing in “Top Five” journals.


October 25, 2018

University Opens Campus in Hong Kong

The campus joins existing UChicago centers in Delhi, Beijing, and Paris, and a Booth School site in London.


October 11, 2018

Former Ambassador to Russia speaks at IOP

McFaul described the Obama era “reset” policy that attempted to turn U.S.–Russia hostility into a win-win scenario and spoke about how that plan failed.


May 25, 2018

Carney Talks Twitter and Truth at IOP Event

“Everything you say is gonna be scrutinized, so make sure everything you say is right and don’t fake," Carney said.


May 17, 2018

College Launches Summer Research Program in Humanities

Selected rising fourth-years will receive $2,500 to explore a topic over a four-week period.


January 29, 2018

I-House Panelists Debate Religiosity and College Campuses

At an event in I-House, multiple panelists discussed the relationships between college campuses and religion.


January 18, 2018

The Senate Has Passed Tax Reform. Here’s What That Could Mean For UChicago

For the first time in U.S. history, the bill will introduce a tax on net investment income generated by the endowments of private universities.


December 4, 2017

Five Professors Inducted Into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The professors joined this year’s 228-member class in early October.


November 9, 2017