Look what you did!
The University of Chicago Campaign: Inquiry & Impact concluded on December 31, 2019, raising $5.43B. As part of the overall Campaign, the University of Chicago Medicine raised $1.185B, including $136.68M for education and training at the Division of the Biological Sciences and the Pritzker School of Medicine.
During the Campaign, 72 percent of BSD and Pritzker alumni attended events, made gifts, volunteered their time, and connected with alumni around the globe.
An unexpected reunion
Patricia Kurtz, MD’77, former faculty member, describes an unexpected reunion with one of her former students during a UChicago MBSAA event in LA.
Expanding health care access
Doriane Miller, MD’83, discusses her career in community health and her motivations for becoming a volunteer leader on the Alumni Council and UChicago Alumni Board.
Helping trainees explore career options
Renee Mora, PhD’89, MD’89, uses his unique experience to help students and trainees explore the breadth of opportunities available to them through myCHOICE—a program in the Division of the Biological Sciences (BSD).
Helping students during residency interviews
Eileen Rhee, MD’06, shares her experience at Pritzker and her motivation to stay involved with the HOST program.
A lifetime—and 24 hours—of impact
Robert G. Tardiff, PhD’68, describes the reasons he gives back to UChicago every year, decades after a five-page letter convinced him to attend.
A shared commitment to helping others
Margaret Nolan, MD’12, talks about her and her husband’s, Matthew Nolan, MD’12, commitment to providing scholarship support to help the next generation of Pritzker students.
An extraordinary education and “new adventures” lead to a fulfilling career
Anne Taylor, MD’76, explains why she established and endowed a scholarship fund at Pritzker in honor of her parents.