Alumni are an invaluable resource to current students, and the annual Chicago Field Day is a great way for current students and alumni to connect. This year, students from a variety of disciplines will spend the day in Chicago learning from alumni about the various fields in the sciences. They will start the day at Argonne National Laboratory and then head over to Rush University Medical Center. Alumni are invited to share their stories at a networking reception at Rush in the Searle Conference Center.
February 21, 2014
Chicago Field Day Networking Reception
Rush University Medical Center
Searle Conference Center
1725 West Harrison St.
Chicago, IL 60612
Thank you to our alumni hosts!
Students will enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour and talk with John Freeland’90, a physicist in the X-ray science division, Lisa Gades’95, detector and optics specialist in the X-ray science division, and Timothy Martin’74, senior scientific associate in the environmental science division.
At Rush University Medical Center, students will enjoy presentations from Kimberly White Stein’96, a senior principal scientist at the Gatorade Sports Science Institute.
The afternoon panel features:
- Kelsey Kettlehut’13, specialist in stability studies, SGS
- Kristin Monnard’09, program assistant, Center for Community Capacity Development , Illinois Public Health Institute
- David Nadeau’12, web developer, eTecc Communications
- Josh Prudowsky’10, youth council program director, Mikva Challenge
Interested in attending the networking event? RSVP by filling out this form by February 12, 2014.
Sponsored by Beloit's Liberal Arts in Practice Center and Alumni & Parent Relations and Annual Support