Committees & Centers
Mussolini, the Pope, and Italy’s Racial Laws
In 1938, Mussolini surprised many Italians—not least Italy’s Jews—by proclaiming a new “racial” policy, setting a pure Italian race against a foreign, noxious Jewish race. He soon followed this with a series of racial laws that stripped the Jews of their rights as citizens, removed them from their jobs and professions, and cast all Jewish students out of the public schools.
The Department of Psychology & The Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience present:
2017 Donald W. Fiske Distinguished Lecture: The Selling of ‘Implicit Bias,’ featuring Dr. Anthony G. Greenwald Professor, Psychology University of Washington
TO: Faculty, Students, and Staff
Division of the Social Sciences
FROM: David Nirenberg, Dean
Amanda Woodward, Deputy Dean
Patrick Hall, Dean of Students
DATE: February 8, 2017
RE: University’s Response to Executive Orders Affecting Immigration
The Benefits Open Enrollment period is under way! From October 31- November 16, 2016, you will be able to make your benefit elections for 2017 by logging in to http://workday.uchicago.edu.
You should have received your Open Enrollment Guide at your home address. The Guide can also be found on the Benefits Website at http://humanresources.uchicago.edu/benefits/2017openenrollment.shtml.