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Our Upcoming Monday Program

Molecular Engineering: Entrepreneurial Engineering at the Frontiers of Science

Monday, January 27 - 1:15 pm

Matthew Tirrell, Founding Dean of the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME), will discuss the dynamic field of molecular engineering and how the PME is at the forefront of engineering innovative molecular systems, which can be translated into new tools and startups that tackle urgent societal problems in water and energy resources, human health and information security. Additionally, he will share how PME is transforming the education of the next generation of engineers.

 To register for the 12pm Monday lunch, which precedes this program, please click here.

Henry Fogel Presents - February 12
Heather Wittels, Violinst, and Andrew Rosenblum, Pianist
These two engaging artists will present a diverse, vivid program of collaborative works from the classical, romantic, and modern era.
Henry Fogel Presents is program in collaboration with Henry Fogel. Mr. Fogel was dean and distinguished professor of the arts at Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of Performing Arts. Prior to academia, he ran the League of American Orchestras. Between 1985 and 2003, he served as president and CEO of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Earlier in his career he ran the National Symphony in Washington, D.C. Mr. Fogel is also the Producer and Host of WFMT's Collector's Corner.
Tickets are: 
$10 Students (with ID)
$25 NCCA Members
$30 Non-Members
To RSVP, please call 708-386-2729 or email [email protected]