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Company Overview of The University of Chicago
The University of Chicago is an educational institution that offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs in the fields of biology, humanity, law, social service, and physical science. The schools of the university include Divinity School, Booth School of Business, Graham School of General Studies, Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies, Law School, Pritzker School of Medicine, and School of Social Service Administration. The University of Chicago was founded in 1890 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. It has endowment assets of $3963.4 millions.
5801 South Ellis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637-5418
Founded in 1890
Key Executives for The University of Chicago
Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer
Adjunct Professor of Finance
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
The University of Chicago Key Developments
University of Chicago Teams with Evelo Therapeutics to Advance Microbiome-Based Cancer Immunotherapy
Nov 12 15
A partnership between Evelo Therapeutics and the University of Chicago will advance an immunotherapy that employs certain gut microbes to boost the immune system's attack on cancer cells and improve the effectiveness of anti-cancer drugs. An exclusive agreement between the University of Chicago and Evelo provides the company with the option to acquire worldwide rights to the microbiome-based immunotherapy developed by Gajewski, who is a professor of medicine and pathology at UChicago.
University of Chicago Appoints Cole W. Camplese as Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Jul 29 15
University of Chicago announced that Cole W. Camplese has been appointed as Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer. Since 2013, Camplese has served as Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer for Stony Brook University in New York. At UChicago, Camplese will lead collaborative efforts to modernize IT assets, processes, organizational structures and the security environment as the University makes strides to improve the delivery of technology services to students, faculty and the research community.
The University of Chicago Announces Executive Changes
Jul 7 15
The University of Chicago announced that John Longbrake, an accomplished leader in higher education communications, has been appointed Vice President for Communications after a national search. His appointment is effective August 24, 2015. At the University of Chicago, Longbrake will lead the development of strategic communications in support of academic programs, University initiatives and institutional priorities. This will include collaboration on communications with units across the University, and direct oversight of the Office of Communications.
Longbrake will succeed Julie Peterson, who left UChicago at the end of June 2015 to form a private consultancy business, after eight years at the University.
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