A Holiday Greeting from Chancellor Robert J. Jones
Written and produced by Big Ten Network producers Tim Hartin, Kaitlin Southworth and Alison Davis Wood, The Game Changer tells the story of how Dr. Tim Nugent changed the world for people with disabilities. Nugent fought against prejudice to establish the first college program for people with disabilities at the University of Illinois. Nugent, who is known as the "Father of Accessibility," was also a pioneer in the wheelchair sports movement.
On September 13, at the request of Chancellor Phyllis Wise, a handful of faculty and staff members gave “Campus Insights” presentations to the Board of Trustees. These stories reflect the positive attitude, remarkable abilities, and commitment to the land grant missions found in the people of Illinois.
In any conceivable emergency, you have options: RUN, HIDE, FIGHT. This two-minute video explores each of these alternatives.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign gets its first introduction to new Chancellor Robert J. Jones on July 20, 2016.
A new documentary premiering on the Big Ten network features three extraordinary women at the University of Illinois. The program shows how Jean Driscoll uses sports to change lives. Driscoll’s wheelchair racing wins include two Olympic medals and 12 Paralympic medals. Driscoll also was the first person to win the Boston Marathon eight times. When she retired from racing in 2000, she started helping those with disabilities in Ghana, West Africa. On her first visit to Ghana in 2001, she…
Solar Superstorms is a full-dome production by NCSA, University of Illinois; Thomas Lucas Productions; Spitz Creative Media
Narrated by: Benedict Cumberbatch Funded in part by:
National Science Foundation Award: ACI-1445176
The Centrality of
Advance Dgitally Enabled Science: CADENS
Solar Plasma Interacting with Earth’s Magnetic
University of California San Diego
Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences
Tim Nugent started a program at Illinois that changed peoples lives and how the world looks at disability. Sixty years ago, Nugent founded Illinois' Department of Rehabilitation Education Services as thousands of World War II veterans returned home with amputations and spinal cord injuries. Illinois and the VA worked with Nugent to offer something that was unheard of at the time, higher education to people with disabilities. Nugent's vision also included a wheelchair sports program…
Eminent Speaker Series: A Conversation with Darryl Cheeks
Agricultural Communications Program at the University of Illinois
60 Second Science: Justin Rhodes on Studying Mice and Clownfish
Dr. Krystal Smalls Lecture 1 - Born Digital Records from the Anthropology Colloquium Audiovisuals, Series 15/2/5
Dr. Doris Derby Lecture, 4 - Born Digital Records from the Anthropology Colloquium Audiovisuals, Series 15/2/5
Dr. Doris Derby Lecture, 2 - Born Digital Records from the Anthropology Colloquium Audiovisuals, Series 15/2/5
Dr. Doris Derby Lecture,3 - Born Digital Records from the Anthropology Colloquium Audiovisuals, Series 15/2/5
Dr. Doris Derby Lecture, 1 - Born Digital Records from the Anthropology Colloquium Audiovisuals, Series 15/2/5
Freeman Dyson Lecture, side B - Digital Surrogates from the Tykociner Memorial Lecture Programs Audio Recordings, Series 11/6/803
Master of Computer Science - Data Science (MCS-DS) University of Illinois Promotional Video
Live at Illinois
Introduction to trig integrals
Introduction to integrating rational functions
Introduction to sequences
ECE Building Dedication Ceremony
Alan Hansen - Cultural Dimensions
International Study Abroad
The Advantage of International Experience
Who Am I?
Adapting to a New Learning Environment