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AlumniU Winter 2017 Programming

AlumniU - UChicago's new online learning platform exclusively for alumni - is excited to announce our Winter 2017 content.

Some writers express their thoughts on the election of 2016

A collection of articles from alums who are active opinion writers and commentators.

Watch the Special Live Taping of “The Axe Files” with Jon Stewart

On May 9, the IOP welcomed Jon Stewart for a special live taping of "The Axe Files" podcast, hosted by IOP Director David Axelrod.

Pritzker SOM Class 2018: 'Rude' Video

Parody of "Rude" by the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.

Class of 2016 Pritzker SOM: 'I Don't Know' Video

Parody of "Let It Go" from Disney's Frozen by the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine Class of 2016

What happens when you mix Law School students with ice water?

An ALS ice bucket challenge was accepted by Amy Gardner, JD '02, Dean of Students, faculty and students of the University of Chicago Law School.

The Grumpy Economist: University Debt

Bloomberg has a story on the University of Chicago's big debt expansion. Obviously, it's a topic around faculty lounges too.

The Boys and Girls of Autumn (In NYC)

The UChicago Alumni Softball Team has been playing other coed alumni teams in Central Park for over 20 years. Will Adams, AB 97, provides a recap of the team's 2013 tournament on Randall's Island.

A Chance To Mentor and A Chance To Learn

In a two part article, Steve Byun, AM '01, recounts how he was involved with the creation of the Alumni Club's APDP Program and found an intern in Matthew Pellegrino, AB '11. Matthew relates the impact of this internship on his current career path.

Reunited (with dorm life) and it feels so good

Dorm-living doesn't seem so great until you've seen the other side. (This is an excerpt from a Maroon article dated Oct 23, 3013).

College Essay Conundrum

A high school student's musings on writing essays for her college applications

Podcast: How I Got Into College

In this podcast from 'This American Life', Booth School of Business Professor Emir Kamenica relates his life story from a 13 year refugee in war torn Bosnia to a Harvard undergrad - and the role a stolen public library book played.

NYC Rallies: Good Triumphs over Evil

New York City Central Park run to remember youngest Marathon bombing victim Martin Richard

From Statistics to Theater: My Unusual Career Path

Anna Fishbeyn, AB'93 & AM'95, opens up about her path into Theater as a playwright, actress and producer.

Networked vs. Hierarchical Thinking

How to be more effective at work by understanding two thinking styles. By Katharine Bierce, AB '10

An alumna, a marathon and Hurricane Sandy

After Hurricane Sandy hit the region, Jessica Lent, AB'06, channeled the energy she reserved for the NYC Marathon to assist her city and fellow New Yorkers.

The Ten Most Beautiful School Libraries In The World

Look to see which UofC library ranks. Credit to Tracy Yuen Manty (AB'91) for spotting the article.

The wishbone-C stands for controversy

Who first wore the wishbone-C, and who designed it? Two articles by Paul Lukas of ESPN.com






Faculty Book Discussion with Nicholas Epley

Chicago Booth Professor Nicholas Epley, John Templeton Keller Professor of Behavioral Science, will discuss his book: Mindwise: How We Understand What Others Think, Believe, Feel, and Want.

Cost: 35.00
Registration Required: https://www.regonline.com/EpleyinNY


Professor Epley introduces what scientists have learned about our abilities to understand the most complicated puzzle on the planet—other people—and the surprising mistakes we so routinely make. Mindwise will not turn others into open books, but it will give you the wisdom to revolutionize how you think about them—and yourself.

• Why are we sometimes blind to the minds of others, treating them like objects or animals instead?
• Why do we sometimes talk to our cars, or the stars, as if there is a mind that can hear us?
• Why do we so routinely believe that others think, feel, and want what we do when, in fact, they do not?
• And why do we believe we understand our spouses, family, and friends so much better than we actually do?
Event Contact
Jennifer Tobin
jennifer.tobin@chicagobooth.edu
212.218.4277
Staff Liaison
Jennifer Tobin
jennifer.tobin@chicagobooth.edu
212.218.4277

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