Lewis College of Human Sciences hosts and participates in several alumni events throughout the year. Please stop by to see us, learn about the latest news from Lewis College, and reconnect with your fellow Illinois Tech alumni!
Every spring, Dean Christine Himes hosts alumni luncheons throughout the Chicagoland region. Take advantage of this opportunity to meet the dean, learn about her vision for Lewis College, and meet alumni from your area.
Event information will be posted in early 2017 for the next series of luncheons. To ensure you receive invitations to events in your area, please update your contact information.
Since 1946, Alumni Awards have been presented to Illinois Institute of Technology's most accomplished, innovative, and influential alumni.
If you know of an outstanding alumnus who deserves recognition, please nominate them today! The deadline for nominations for the 2017 Alumni Awards is October 31, 2016. For more information about the nomination process, visit the Alumni Association website.
Each fall, Illinois Tech celebrates Homecoming Weekend with class reunions, a carnival, campus tours, sporting events, and more.
This year's Homecoming is scheduled for September 16-17, 2016. All alumni, families, and guests are welcome to attend.
For more information and to register, visit the Alumni Association website.
Lewis College Roundtable
Lewis College engages in compelling work at the intersection of people and technology, and strives to create cross-disciplinary dialogue. The Lewis College Roundtable reflects that mission. Instead of a standard lecture, invited panelists, ranging from academics to industry experts, participate in a 90-minute, moderated discussion about a chosen topic. Their unique perspectives on the given theme create a lively discussion that allows our guests to think more deeply about these topics of far-reaching significance.
In the next Roundtable, Digital Discourse and Civil Society, scholars from the fields of digital ethics, social psychology, and gaming will explore what constitutes a civil society in the digital age.
Lewis College Roundatble: Digital Discourse and Civil Society
Thursday, October 13, 2016
McCormick Tribune Campus Center (MTCC)—Ballroom
3201 S. State Street
This event is free and open to the public. A reception celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions will follow in the MTCC Ballroom.
For more information and to RSVP, please visit the Roundtable website.