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    • A Walk through the Countryside 

      Michels, John (2010)
      Highway 11 winds its way through the rural landscape of the Almaguin Highlands in Ontario, Canada. My research explores how a current development project, to be completed in 2012, is expanding the highway, converting it ...
    • Wall of Post-Its 

      Xie, Zhen (2009)
      This photograph, taken in the new UIC innovation center, shows a huge wall full of post-its notes from my research documentation. The blue wall background and the colorful post-its form a high contrast image, and the ...
    • Welcoming the Stranger: White Ethnics, Latinos, and Negotiating Church and Community in Chicago Suburbia 

      Martinez, Juan (2011)
      This image depicts an Italian American Catholic religious street procession in a historically white ethnic Chicago area neighborhood that has transitioned into a Mexican-majority community in the last 20 years. In the ...
    • West Haven Neighborhood Watercolor 

      Fitzsimmons, Matthew (2009)
      This image is a watercolor done by Matthew Fitzsimmons to represent what the redesigned West Haven/ United Center Neighborhood will look like in 2030 after completion of the project. One on the main goals of the image is ...
    • What Nature Hides 

      Walkosz, Weronica (2009)
      The desirable properties of beta-silicon nitride (-Si3N4) ceramics in high temperature and pressure applications are hindered by its intrinsic brittleness. It has been empirically demonstrated, however, that sintering ...
    • When Noble Metal is Not Noble 

      Lei, Yu (2010)
      "Noble metals are generally considered chemically inert in moist air. However, Rh (Rhodium) nanoparticles frequently have been studied and used as highly active catalysts for purification of automobile and industry exhaust. ...
    • Where is my mind? 

      Lynch, Ruth (2009)
      “In this world of change, nothing which comes stays, and nothing which goes is lost.” –Annie Sophie Swetchine My current interest in the field of architecture began with a semester study in Barcelona. There is a ...
    • Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? 

      Mores, Rob (2010)
      "I study detrital food webs, specifically the interaction pathways between wolf spiders and their prey. Wolf spiders are cursorial, meaning that instead of building webs they hunt for food within the leaf-litter of the ...
    • Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? 

      Mores, Robin (2010)
      "I study detrital food webs, specifically the interaction pathways between wolf spiders and their prey. Wolf spiders are cursorial, meaning that instead of building webs they hunt for food within the leaf-litter of the ...
    • Wine ceramic jars from colonial winery of the XVIII century, Moquegua valley, Peru 

      Chacaltana, Sofia (2010)
      When the Spaniards arrived to the Andes (1532 A.C.), they brought with them their food and liquor. In the southern Peru, the colonial economy was mainly based on extractive resources such as mining that used Indian labor ...
    • Withoute Justice No Peace 

      Hagerman, Margaret (2008)
      My PhD research in sociology involves studying the voices of children and youth in relation to educational inequality. This image, a photograph of a public school bus covered in graffiti, documents the students’ dissatisfaction ...
    • X-Ray Laser 

      McCorkindale, John (2009)
      This image illustrates the operating principles of a type of X-Ray Laser being developed in the Laboratory for X-Ray Microimaging and Bioinformatics here at UIC. An intense ultraviolet pulse (traveling from left to right ...
    • Xibalba: the Ancient Maya Underworld 

      Buechler, Jeff (2009)
      This is the Black Road: the entrance to Xibalba, the ancient Maya Underworld, complete with a bat denizen trying to escape. This and many other such cave entrances dot the Guatemala landscape where I researched, surveyed, ...
    • Zebraprinting 

      Lahiri, Mayank (2011)
      "Identifying individual animals in the wild is a fundamental step in ecological analysis, used for everything from population size estimation to social network analysis. Animals are usually identified manually from photographs ...