Past Tour Resources

2000 Tours

Treasures off the Beaten path

Reinventing Downtown

Go to the Head of the Class

Taps and Reveille

Gown and Town

2001 Tours

A Haunting We Shall Go

Painting the Town Green

Landmarking…To be or not to be

Immigrants: Who comes, Who stays?

Second to none: Chicago’s Off-Loop theaters

2002 Tours

2002 Brochure

2002 Symposium Program

Current Monumental Restorations

Clothes Encounters, Chicago Style

Digital Chicago

Lake Calumet: Where Industry Meets Nature

What Are the Odds?

  • Visit to a Loop off-track betting parlor
  • Riverboat Casino

Emergency!! Ready or Not?

2003 Tours

2003 Brochure

2003 Symposium Program

Home is Where the Art Is

A Walk in the Park

Water Water Everywhere But…

To Market To Market

It’s a Dog’s Life

2004 Tours

2004 Brochure

2004 Symposium Program

On the Right Track: Intermodal Freight

Fields of Dreams

Improv-Wise

Art-Full Education

A New Look On Campus

2005 Tours

2005 Brochure

2005 Symposium Program

Pharmaceutical Challenges

How Does Your Garden Grow

Arts: An Engine for Neighborhood Change

Recipes for Success

Girls in Prison; Problems and Possibilities

2006 Tours

2006 Brochure

2006 Symposium Program

Chicago Museums: Relevant and Reinvented

Children at Risk: Safe Havens

Mystical Magical India

Rejuvenating the Brain

Argonne: Science for Today and Tomorrow

2007 Tours

2007 Brochure

2007 Symposium Program

Mapping the Future

Urban Academic Medicine-Visions & Visionaries

Muslims in Chicago: Perceptions & Misperceptions

A Greener Chicago Through Sustainable Design

Academia in the South Loop: A New Look

2008 Tours

2008 Brochure

2008 Symposium Program

Philanthropic Chicago: Dynamic Agent for Change

Voting Chicago Style

21st Century Planning

CSI: Chicago

Everything Old Is New Again

2009 Tours

2009 Brochure

2009 Symposium Program

Lords of Vice: Inside Chicago’s Gangs

Spreading the News: From Print to Internet

The Real Pandemic: Diabetes

Gotta Have Art

ABC’s of Early Childhood Development

2010 Tours

2010 Brochure

2010 Symposium Program

 

Carpe Die’Em: Battling Invasive Species

From the Holocaust to Healing: Conquering Intolerance

Visionary Lakefront Communities

Chicago’s Vibrant Contemporary Art Scene

Public Education: Chicago Style

2011 Tours

2011 Brochure

2011 Symposium Program

Poetry Chicago: Salons to Slams

It’s not just the Food: Chicago’s Urban Agriculture

Sleeping Chic in Chicago

Innovating Chicago: The Future Begins Here

Libraries: New Spaces, Faces, Hi-Tech Upgrades

2012 Tours

2012 Brochure

2012 Symposium Program

Whoosh, Whirl, Splash, Chirp & You: MSI Rediscovered

The Digital World: A New Literacy

The Senior Class

What’s on YOUR Plate?

Body and Soul: Human Trafficking in Chicago

2013 Tours

2013 Brochure

Bringing Drug Discovery to Life

If you would like to help support research in women’s health issues by supplying data, not money, consider being part of a database at the Illinois Women’s Health Registry. You could even choose to be part of a clinical study. Your data could help support the research of Dr. Teresa Woodruff. www.whr.northwestern.edu

Cracking the Case: Coling Art Crimes & Mysteries in Chicago

From the Great Wall to the Great Lakes

The Architects Tell Their Story: Logan to Roosevelt to Gratz

The Transformation of Hyde Park