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Today in the History of the University of IllinoisWelcome to the new "Today in the History of the University of Illinois" feature! This is an extremely experimental project to build a database of major events in the University's history, currently totaling more than 500,000. The current database below was compiled using software programs that identified all dates in the pages on this site and in its more than 70,000 pages of digitized historical material. Since all dates were 100% automatically identified, there may be errors, and many date references may refer to routine events. This is a work in progress, please contact University Archives with comments, questions, recommendations, etc. A total of 7 events are recorded for today.
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- 1880: ...ustrial University and served in this capacity until the close of March, 1880, when he resigned to accept the work of editor-in-chief of what later became the International Cyclopedia, On July 27th, of this year, he was reappointed to the same professorship and made Regent pro tempore, assuming the new duties on August 15th. The following March, 1881, he was elected Regent of the University and co... (Book - Early History of University (1916))
- 1900: ..., beginners, 29, Cassar 14, Cicero 6, Virgil 6; Pedagogy, 72; Mathematics, 55. SUMMER TERM, 1900 The Summer Term of 1900 will open Monday, June 18th, continue six weeks, and close Friday, July 27th. No examinations or other conditions will be placed upon admission. All who can do the work are welcome to get what they can from it. Those who can meet the requirements may matriculate in the Universit... (Course Catalog - 1899-1900)
- 1913: 2 July 27. Von Jagow Germany suggests negotiations between Russia and Austria. Austria refuses. 3 July 27. Sazonoff proposes "friendly conversations" with Austria; If these should fail he favors Grey's plan. No res... (War Publications - WWI Compilation 1923 - Article 49)
- 1913: 3 July 27. Sazonoff proposes "friendly conversations" with Austria; If these should fail he favors Grey's plan. No results. Austria declares war, July 28. 4 July 29. The Tsar proposes a reference of the whole dispu... (War Publications - WWI Compilation 1923 - Article 49)
- 1915: ...Allene Gregory as instructor in English, and many others. Dr. H. V. Canter was I appointed assistant dean of College of Liberal Arts and Science, succeeding Professor G. H. Meyer who died July 27. Dean AV. F . M. GOES of College of Engineering ,C U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S returned after two years of research in Chicago. Delta chapter of Beta Phi installed. Launching of campaign for St... (Book - Early History of University (1916))
- 1945: ... g g other assignments. . . . Be W a s h i n g t o n Trustees' beta the Fobhe on "New Opportunities.tor G o v e r n m e n t , held at the University braries Section of the i Washington on July 27. has b m a d e librarian of X on a canvass for w ,t c i 22 University of Illinois Library School Insurance, of which he is chairman. Mr. Sealock also served as I944 4s chairman of the Adult Education Boar... (UI Library School Alumni Newsletter - 37)
- 1962: July 27, Fri (Student Regulations - Undergraduates - 1961)