Felicia Davis is one of two interim presidents chosen by newly-appointed City Colleges Chancellor Juan Salgado in his first official day on the job.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday established an ambitious goal for his new City Colleges chancellor to achieve: a 25 percent graduation rate by 2019.
Salgado replaces Cheryl Hyman, who announced last June that her tumultuous six-year tenure would end after a one-year transition.
KPMG’s 2,300-employee Chicago office already has added 500 employees since 2012, fueled by “unprecedented growth” in its cybersecurity practice.
City College’s French Pastry School memorialized last week’s Chicago Cubs World Series victory with a “Cubs Cake.”