Chem/Phys Reunion 

Come back to ETHS to connect with your fellow ChemPhys classmates and faculty.  Find out what everyone has been up to since leaving the halls of ETHS.

Guest speakers will share their experiences working in the field and discuss new trends and developments. 

Attendees will have the opportunity to network with fellow Wildkits and enjoy reconnecting during lunch or a tour of the campus. 

Ticket purchases will help fund a state-of-the-art ChemPhys Theory Center for ETHS students.

Chem/Phys  Theory Lab at ETHS

Saturday, September 23

10 a.m. - 3 p.m.  

Evanston Township High School 

1600 Dodge Avenue

Evanston, IL 6021

Schedule of events 

10:00 a.m.

Welcome Reception: Reconnect with current and former faculty and alums and learn more about the notable careers of fellow Chem/Phys Kits. Presentations hosted by John Benson.

11:30 a.m.

Visit & View: Take a tour of the Chem/Phys classrooms and visit with current students.

12:30 p.m.

Luncheon: Celebrate Chem/Phys at ETHS. Enjoy a buffet lunch, conversation and learning. Hear from keynote speaker, Amie Wilkinson, Class of '85.

2:00 p.m.

Campus Tour of ETHS: Join a campus tour hosted by the Alumni Association and Educational Foundation.

3:00 p.m.

Career Connections:  Meet fellow Kits working in your field or who share the same interests. Join an interest group conversation on Chem/Phys topics and careers.

7:00 p.m.

Wildkit Gathering (tickets not required)

Celebrate a great weekend by gathering with fellow Kits and former faculty in downtown Evanston. Location to be announced!

ETHS’s award winning Chem-Phys program needs a modern setting to foster both collaborative and independent study. 

 

Today’s effective learning environments accommodate meetings with students and scientists at other institutions, both locally and globally.

 

The number of students enrolled in honors and AP Classes has grown significantly in recent years.  By updating this 600 sq. foot space, more students will be able to work on projects in a room that provides respite from an otherwise busy set of science classrooms.  The new space is intended for introspection, study and learning while offering students the ability to engage in live blogging and face- time discussions with classrooms in other countries.

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