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Yes, CUIP is an acronym. It stands for “Chicago Public Schools | University of Chicago Internet Project”. Typically, people just spell out the letters quickly (C-U-I-P), but sometimes people will say it as a word, “kwip”. We prefer it be spelled out.
CUIP’s Office is in the basement of the University of Chicago’s Astronomy and Astrophysics Center. To find us, enter the Research Institutes Building @ 5640 S Ellis Avenue. Here are the directions through the maze: take immediate right turn, go down institutional hallway until you reach “Enrico Fermi Institute” sign (above photo of Fermi), then take a left. Continue down next institutional hallway until you reach glass doors that read “Astronomy & Astrophysics Center”. Go through doors, continue down hallway until you reach department office. Take a left and go downstairs. Turn right. Look for room 007 or room 050. If you get lost in the process call 773.702‑6041. (Our GPS address: 41d 47? 33? N 87d 36? 05? W)