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The University of Chicago

The University of Chicago (UChicago) is a private research university in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., with over 17,000 students from more than 100 countries, over 2,300 faculty members, 6 schools and colleges and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and more than 200 programs of study. UChicago is one of the world’s leading universities in science, humanities, social sciences, and professional fields. UChicago is ranked #6 among national universities by U.S. News & World Report. UChicago is also a leader in research, with $511 million in research awards in 2020.

Why work at UChicago?

UChicago offers rewarding employment options with competitive salaries and benefits, a diverse and inclusive campus culture, and a stimulating intellectual environment. You will also have access to state-of-the-art facilities, resources, and services to support your academic and professional goals.

How to apply to UChicago:

UChicago is looking for talented and passionate individuals who share its mission of creating, preserving, and disseminating knowledge for the benefit of society. Whether you are interested in teaching, research, administration, or service, you will find a variety of positions that match your skills and interests at UChicago. You can browse the current openings by visiting the [Human Resources website] or by contacting the relevant school or college directly.

If you want to join a vibrant and dynamic university that is committed to excellence, innovation, and diversity, apply to UChicago today!

Notable alumni from UChicago:

  • Economics and Business
  • Milton Friedman (M.A. 1933, Ph.D. 1946) – Nobel laureate in Economics (1976), one of the most influential economists of the 20th century, advocate of free markets and monetarism, author of Capitalism and Freedom and A Monetary History of the United States
  • Eugene Fama (B.A. 1960, M.B.A. 1963, Ph.D. 1964) – Nobel laureate in Economics (2013), father of modern finance, developer of the efficient market hypothesis and the Fama-French three-factor model, professor at UChicago
  • Gary Becker (B.A. 1951, Ph.D. 1955) – Nobel laureate in Economics (1992), pioneer of the economic analysis of human behavior, such as crime, discrimination, marriage, and addiction, professor at UChicago
  • Richard Thaler (Ph.D. 1974) – Nobel laureate in Economics (2017), founder of behavioral economics, author of Nudge and Misbehaving, professor at UChicago
  • Satya Nadella (M.B.A. 1997) – CEO of Microsoft, one of the world’s largest technology companies, leader of the company’s transformation to cloud computing and artificial intelligence
  • David Booth (M.B.A. 1971) – Co-founder and executive chairman of Dimensional Fund Advisors, a global investment firm with over $600 billion in assets under management, donor of the largest gift in UChicago’s history ($300 million) to name the Booth School of Business
  • Larry Ellison (Dropped out) – Co-founder and executive chairman of Oracle Corporation, one of the world’s largest software companies, billionaire philanthropist and sports enthusiast

Q&A about UChicago jobs:

  • How do I apply for a job at UChicago?
  • You can apply for a job at UChicago by visiting the [Human Resources website] and following the instructions for the position you are interested in. You will need to create an account, upload your resume and cover letter, and fill out an online application form. You may also need to provide additional documents or information depending on the job requirements. You can track the status of your application online and receive notifications via email.
  • What are the benefits of working at UChicago?
  • Working at UChicago offers many benefits, such as:
  • Competitive salaries and performance-based incentives
  • Comprehensive health and wellness plans, including medical, dental, vision, and prescription drug coverage
  • Retirement savings plans with employer contributions and matching options
  • Tuition assistance and scholarships for employees and their dependents
  • Paid time off, holidays, and leaves of absence
  • Flexible work arrangements and telecommuting options
  • Professional development and career advancement opportunities
  • Access to campus facilities, resources, and services
  • Discounts on various products and services from local and national vendors
  • What is the culture like at UChicago?
  • UChicago has a culture of excellence, innovation, and diversity that fosters collaboration, creativity, and curiosity. UChicago values academic freedom, intellectual rigor, social responsibility, and civic engagement. UChicago strives to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all members of its community, regardless of their background, identity, or perspective. UChicago celebrates its achievements and honors its traditions while embracing change and pursuing new challenges.
  • How do I find out more about UChicago?
  • You can find out more about UChicago by visiting its [official website] or by following its [social media accounts]. You can also contact the [Office of Communications] for any media inquiries or requests. You can also attend one of the many events hosted by UChicago throughout the year, such as lectures, seminars, concerts, exhibitions, sports games, and alumni reunions.