With seven colleges, four research institutes, and $56 million in annual research volume, Illinois Institute of Technology continues to make a difference through its groundbreaking work. New this year, Alumni University offers alumni the opportunity to “come back to class”—virtually—for a glimpse into how our faculty, staff, and researchers are making a real-world impact every day.
Since January alumni have participated in lectures just for them on fermentation, landscape architecture, and cutting-edge diabetes research. They’ve also had the chance to hear first-hand about what’s new on campus, with town halls featuring two of Illinois Tech’s newest leaders, Ed Kaplan Family Institute for Innovation and Tech Entrepreneurship Executive Director Maryam Saleh and Kenneth T. Christensen, the Carol and Ed Kaplan Dean of Armour College of Engineering.
Your student days might be behind you, but for Illinois Tech alumni, learning is a lifelong pursuit. Stay connected, explore new frontiers, and gain insight into how Illinois Tech makes a difference. Join us for these upcoming Alumni University lectures:
Learn more and sign up at iit.edu/alumniuniversity
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