2013 Homecoming Brochure
Illinois Wesleyan 2013 Homecoming brochure listing all events for the three day event.
ALUMNI AWARD WINNERS Distinguished Alumni Award | BOB PAGE`79 Bob is president and CEO of The University of Kansas Hospital. He joined the hospital in 1996 as vice president of organizational improvement and later served as chief operating officer. Bob was named president and CEO in 2007. Bob has played a strategic role in The University of Kansas Hospital’s transformational journey from a financially troubled organization with poor patient and staff satisfaction to one of the top academic medical centers in the country. Under Bob’s leadership, the hospital has received Magnet recognition and been named to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals list for the past seven years (since 2007). Ten of its specialties ranked among the nation’s top 50 and is ranked number 3 in quality and accountability among academic medical centers by the University HealthSystem Consortium. Upon graduation with a degree in accounting, Bob began his career as a CPA for Pricewaterhouse (now PricewaterhouseCoopers). He recently endowed a scholarship in accounting in honor of his mother and in gratitude for the education he received at Illinois Wesleyan. From public accounting Bob moved into internal auditing at Jewish Hospital in St. Louis and gained extensive experience in the healthcare industry in financial and auditing positions. As a CPA, Bob decided to focus on healthcare and said in an interview, “Nothing I have done or will ever do professionally will be as meaningful. Helping people in critical moments of their lives provides lasting satisfaction.” Robert M. Montgomery Outstanding Young Alumnus Award CHAD MAXWELL `02 Chad is the Senior Vice President of the Integrated Insights, Human Experience and Intelligence Group at Starcom, one of the world’s largest media and experience design agencies, in developing communication strategies for Fortune 500 companies. As a cultural anthropologist he has a passion for people and their relationships with technology and media. At Starcom, Chad and his team develop research and measurement strategies to understand changing consumer behavior and attitudes. Prior to Starcom, Chad led Razorfish’s Research practice, a digital design and marketing consultancy. During his tenure, Chad directed user research, where he grew research revenue over 500 percent. His findings leverage qualitative and quantitative approaches to better understand consumers and brands. Chad then works with technologists, marketers, and designers to create products and advertising that drive business strategy. Before Razorfish, Chad led Q-Squared Research, a boutique ethnographic consultancy practice. Chad studied Spanish and Cultural Anthropology while at IWU, and earned his M.A. in Applied Anthropology from the University of Florida. He was a performer with the Illinois Wesleyan Wind Ensemble and Civic Orchestra and today continues to contribute to IWU through his involvement with the Hart Career Center and the Anthropology Department. Loyalty Award | ALICE FAIRCHILD HEATH `52 The longtime Chair of the Rockford, IL Regional Alumni Club, Alice still remains a very active member of the committee. Alice attends every Rockford Alumni event and always makes new members feel very welcome. As chair of her 60th class reunion, last year she reached out to every member of her class to encourage them to attend Homecoming and acted as mistress of ceremonies for the Golden Titans Reunion Dinner. Alice has a long family history in the Bloomington/Normal Community and comes from a very long line of relatives who attended IWU including three uncles, her mother, her sister, and her late husband Bob`49. Alice is proud that 13 of her relatives were Kappa Kappa Gammas at IWU and served as president of the Rockford KKG Alumni Chapter for two years. She has been a consistent donor to the Wesleyan Fund for over 15 consecutive years. A few of Alice’s accomplishments include receiving Certification as Volunteer Administrator through the National Association of Volunteer Administrators, and serving on the Steering Committee for Rock Valley College Curriculum Development Human Services Dept. In addition, she is Past President of the Northern Illinois Southern Wisconsin Assoc. of Volunteer Administrators and she was named Volunteer Coordinator of the Year by Northern Illinois Southern Wisconsin Association of Volunteer Coordinators. She was president of the Rockford Chapter Lyric Opera Chicago and is the Deputy Voter Registrar for the League of Women Voters and president of the Winnebago / Boone Counties Genealogical Society. Alice was the recipient of the ATHENA Award in 1994 and was honored as Senior Citizen of the Year by the Rockford Area Council on Aging. Alice continually promotes the University to young people she comes in contact with through her numerous volunteer activities. ALL WEEKEND The Ames Library will feature special historical exhibits during these Library hours: Friday: 7:45 am-10 pm Saturday: 8 am-10 pm Sunday: 12 pm-1:30 am IWU Bookstore – Homecoming Special - 20% off all clothing and gifts. Friday & Saturday - 8am to 5pm Sunday - 10am to 4pm Merwin-Wakeley Galleries – Joyce Eichhorn Ames School of Art Building Extended Hours for Homecoming are Saturday & Sunday 11am- 5pm Check “Saturday Events” for the special Gallery reception. NEW! LIVE TWITTER FEEDS all Homecoming weekend Follow us on Twitter @TitanPrideIWU for more information about Homecoming and other alumni events. Use #IWUHC13 for any Homecoming related Tweets. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2013 9 am-4 pm Homecoming Headquarters Information Center, Check-In and T-shirt Pick Up Check-in, pick up your t-shirts, name tags, Reunion Year Ribbon (for milestone classes) and Golden Titan Pin (for 50th reunion and above). (Prepaid shirts not picked up by 11:30am on Saturday, may be picked up in the Alumni Relations Office, 1001 N. Main St., beginning Wednesday, October 16, 2013. We will hold the shirts for 30 days after which they will be donated.) – Memorial Center, Nell Eckley Lounge. Annual Alumni Council Meeting with Alumni Association Executive Board – The Alumni Council is the primary governing body of the Alumni Association. As IWU alumni, you are a member of the Council and invited to attend. Amendments to the Alumni Association’s Bylaws are being proposed for consideration and a vote will be taken at this meeting. Your input is most important! – Memorial Center, Davidson Room. 9 am 11 am 20th Annual Alumni and Friends Golf Outing–NEW LOCATION! Get your foursome together or the Alumni Relations Office will pair you up for a 4-Person scramble. 11am shotgun start. $75 includes green fees, golf cart, lunch and prizes. Crestwicke Country Club, 15671 E. 910 North Road. Just south of I-74, Bloomington. In the event the course cancels the outing, the lunch and drawing of prizes will go on rain or shine. We cannot refund the cost of lunch or prizes. We will follow the refund policies of Crestwicke Country Club for green fees and cart rental. 1-1:50 pm Business Administration Department Open Classes Attend one of the following classes in State Farm Hall as the Business Administration Department opens their classrooms in celebration of their 90th Anniversary. Learn what current students are being taught today in the field of business. Be sure to register for the specific class you plan to attend. BUS 341, Organization & Management, taught by Visiting Asst. Professor Karen Bussone, Room 002 or BUS 409, Portfolio Management, taught by Adjunct Professor Dave Brownell, Room 122 –State Farm Hall. BACK TO COLLEGE CLASSES—FRIDAY SESSIONS All classes will be held at The Ames Library, in Beckman Auditorium. 2-2:50 pm “Ones and Zeros: Cultural Considerations in the Era of Big Data and Analytics” presented by Robert M. Montgomery Outstanding Young Alumnus, Chad Maxwell `02 What impact does Big Data and algorithm-driven pattern recognition have on our cultural development? What is the social scientist’s role in studying the human condition in the era of Big Data? This lecture addresses these questions by tracing the development of pattern recognition in human evolution, charting the growth of accelerated, external pattern recognition, and then considering the potential cultural impacts associated with the era of analytics, algorithms, and Big Data. 3-3:50 pm “Seeing Race in a Colorblind Society” presented by Student Senate 2013 Professor of the Year, Meghan Burke– Despite the reelection of Barack Obama and the successes of the Civil Rights Movement, racial inequality in the U.S. is deep and persistent. How do we understand the ways that race continues to matter, especially given the social pressure to remain “colorblind”? This session will use contemporary examples to explore how racism operates in 2013. “How to Transform an Under Performing Culture” presented by Distinguished Alumnus, Bob Page`79– In the late 1990s, the future of The University of Kansas Hospital was bleak after many years of lackluster performance with the potential of staggering financial losses. This presentation will share lessons learned during the hospital’s journey to benchmark results for key performance indicators. Specifically addressed will be the critical role of leaders both in achieving transformational change and in sustaining a high-performance culture. This story is meant to define personal actions necessary for a leader in today’s economy. 4-4:50 pm 3 pm 4 pm Council for IWU Women Meeting – Council for IWU Women members will meet to plan the 2014 summit and welcome new members – Memorial Center, Cartwright Room. Student/Alumni Marketing Career Panel – “What Fred Should Have Taught Me” Facilitated by Associate Professor of Business Administration Fred Hoyt Students interested in a career in marketing can meet alumni: John Curtis`04, Chad Maxwell`02, Pat Palmer`87, Neil Rubenstein`96, and Jessica Shull`03, marketing professionals who are willing to share their advice and connections. – Welcome Center, Alumni Auditorium. English Department Wine & Cheese Reception – Join the English Department faculty and staff for their 2nd Annual Homecoming Wine & Cheese Reception. – English House, 1101 N. Main St. Ribbon Cutting and Dedication of Fricke Hall –Howard R Fricke `60 and Sharon E. Fricke `60 – Join President Wilson, trustees, alumni, friends and the Fricke family in dedicating Fricke Hall, one of the two new student apartment buildings, at The Gates at Wesleyan. Located on Empire between McLean & Evans Streets - one block east of the Sesquicentennial Gates. President’s Reception – for reunion classes at the President’s House – 1201 N. Park St., Bloomington. 4-5:30 pm 5-5:30 pm 5:30-7 pm 6:30 pm 63rd Annual Titan Games – Cheer on your favorites in the rope pull between Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma Chi fraternities and the chariot race between Acacia, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Theta Chi fraternities. The Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma and Sigma Kappa sororities will compete against each other in relays. New for 2013, teams from residence halls and student organizations will be competing in additional events. – Tucci Stadium. Class of 1963 50-Year Reunion Kick-Off – Meet your classmates at The Ozark House to kick-off your 50-Year Homecoming Reunion Weekend - 704 McGregor Street, Bloomington Biology Department Symposium Honoring the late Miner Linnaeus Sherff Professor of Botany Jonathan Dey. In honor of Jon Dey, please join faculty, staff and invited speakers as we honor the impact Jon had on students at IWU and the study of lichens. Wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres will be served. – CNS Atrium. 6:30 pm 6:30-8 pm 7-8:30 pm Business Administration Department 90th Anniversary Wine & Cheese Reception – Join faculty and staff in their new location in State Farm Hall for a reception honoring it’s first 90 years. Casually tour the new building as you enjoy a beverage and hors d’oeuvres. -State Farm Hall, 3rd Floor. 8 pm School of Theatre Arts (SoTA) presents the musical “A Class Act” Based on the real life of composer/lyricist Edward Kleban, “A Class Act” provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how a musical is created and brought to the stage. CurtainUp.com called the musical “tuneful and bouncy (often danceable)” with “lyrics full of clever lines.” McPherson Theatre. Tickets go on sale 9/30/13. You may purchase your tickets online at www.iwu.edu/theatre/box-office.html or call the Box Office at 309-556-3232 - Box Office hours: Mon 12:30-5pm, Tues 12:30-4pm, Wed-Fri 12:30-5pm. Class of 1993 20 Year Reunion Kick-Off – To start off your Homecoming weekend meet your classmates at the A. Renee Wine Café. Follow the Class of `93 on Twitter @ IWUClassof1993. Check out the Class of `93’s Facebook page at IWU-class of 1993 20th reunion - 306 N. Center, Bloomington Class of 2008 5 Year Reunion Kick-Off – Meet up with your fellow classmates at Elroy’s in downtown Bloomington to kick off your Homecoming weekend. 102 W. Washington, Bloomington. 8-10 pm 9 pm SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 8-11:30 am Homecoming Headquarters Information Center, Check-In and T-shirt Pick Up – Check-in, pick up your t-shirts, name tags, Reunion Year Ribbon (for milestone classes) and Golden Titan Pin (for 50th reunion and above). (Prepaid shirts not picked up by 11:30am on Saturday, may be picked up in the Alumni Relations Office, 1001 N. Main St., beginning Wednesday, October 16, 2013. We will hold the shirts for 30 days after which they will be donated.) – Memorial Center, Nell Eckley Lounge. Kids Fun Run – Ages 3 to 12 meet on the track at Tucci Stadium. Includes T-shirt and goodie bag. (Any prepaid shirts not picked up at the run on Saturday may be picked up at the Alumni Relations Office beginning Wednesday, October 16, 2013. We will hold the shirts for 30 days after which they will be donated.) In case of inclement weather, we thank you for your donation. – 400 block of Titan Drive 8 am 8:15 am Captain Ryan A. Beaupre`95 Memorial Scholarship 5K Run/Walk – Starts on the IWU track at Tucci Stadium. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Captain Ryan A. Beaupre Memorial Scholarship Fund. A United States Marine Corps Captain, Ryan was a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter pilot who gave the ultimate sacrifice in “Operation Iraqi Freedom.” (Any prepaid shirts not picked up at the run on Saturday may be picked up at the Alumni Relations Office beginning Wednesday, October 16, 2013. We will hold the shirts for 30 days after which they will be donated.) In case of inclement weather, we thank you for your donation. - 400 block of Titan Drive Free Pancake / Sausage Breakfast – under the green and white tent on the Eckley Quad. 8:30-10:30 am FAMILY FUN ON THE ECKLEY QUAD 8:30-11:30 am Fun for kids from 2 to 102. Meet and greet our new men’s lacrosse team and coaches and then watch a lacrosse demonstration. Enjoy the Titan Pep Band, under the direction of Ed Risinger, IWU Cheerleaders, Tommy Titan, The Wild Style face painters, balloon artist, inflatables, Chemistry Club, Physics Club and more. Explore 163 years of IWU artifacts at the Mini Museum Tent and browse through past editions of the Wesleyana. Some past Wesleyana editions will be available for free as long as they last. Eckley Quad BACK TO COLLEGE CLASSES—SATURDAY SESSIONS All classes will be held at The Ames Library, in Beckman Auditorium. 9-9:50 am “Can History Survive In The i-Phone Age?” presented by Emeritus Professor of History Paul Bushnell – Is our praise of the Founding Fathers sincere, or is it praise of ourselves? How can we find a meaningful past if we do not have a ladder of memory that connects us to our own pasts? How can a nation of immigrants have such dismissive attitudes towards immigrants, or is this another manifestation of our heritage of attitudes toward color? We have to confront our failures as well as our achievements. After a 47 year career of teaching Professor Bushnell retired in April. Take this opportunity to once again learn from one of your favorite professors. 10-11:20 am “All About Oscar - Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the Academy Awards” presented by Tariq Khan`93 – It’s Hollywood’s highest honor and the most recognized trophy in the world. But few people realize just who makes up the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and how the Oscar winners are chosen. Internationally-known Academy Awards expert Tariq Khan ’93 will discuss some of the fascinating facts, memorable moments and sizzling scandals from the Oscar’s 85 year history. Tariq is a producer at the Fox News Channel in New York City and serves as the network’s official Academy Awards writer and on-air commentator. One of the most prominent Oscar pundits in the country, his articles have been discussed in The Hollywood Reporter, The Los Angeles Times and Vanity Fair among others. 9-10 am 9-11 am School of Music Alumni Reception – Continental Breakfast, Presser Hall, Smith Reception Room. Action Research Center 10 Year Anniversary Open House & Reception –Join ARC in celebrating 10 years and check out their new location, at The Center for Engaged Citizenship, in the Center for Liberal Arts (CLA) Room 141. Illinois Wesleyan Traditions Tours (every half hour) – starting from the Homecoming Headquarters Information Center in the Memorial Center, Nell Eckley Lounge. Visit sites of significance in the life of the University. 9-11 am 9-11 am The Annual School of Nursing Distinguished Alumna Award DR. JOANNE M. MILLER`73 PhD, RN, APN/GNP-BC Dr. Miller is an Associate Professor and Specialty Coordinator for the Adult Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurse Programs at Rush University College of Nursing, Chicago, IL. Dr. Miller is an active researcher and gerontological nurse practioner who publishes extensively and presents at national and international venues. She has been honored for teaching innovation, clinical research, and professional development. A Saturday Dr. Joanne M. Miller`73 morning social and awards ceremony honoring Dr. Miller will be held in the CNS Atrium. Dr. Miller will present a keynote address immediately following the social. 9:30-11 am The Gates at Wesleyan Apartments Tours – Tour one of the new apartments at The Gates at Wesleyan to see how residential living has changed. Beginning this fall, juniors & seniors have a new apartment option on the eastern edge of campus. The two building Gates Complex houses 24, fully-furnished four single-bedroom apartments. Each apartment features two full baths, complete kitchen and full-sized beds. Located on Empire between McLean & Evans Streets - one block east of the Sesquicentennial Gates- (Starting at the covered patio area between the two buildings.) Alumni Collegiate Choir Reunion Rehearsal – directed by Professor Scott Ferguson, Evelyn Chapel. Greek Alumni Network – Calling All Greek Alumni! Return to your chapter house to reunite with alumni and meet active members. Sigma Pi Alumni will meet in the Davidson Room and Alpha Omicron Pi Alumnae will meet in the Cartwright Room, both in the Memorial Center. The Biology Department Reception – Stop in to visit at the annual Homecoming Biology Department Reception. Center for Natural Science, E101. (Also see special Friday reception honoring the late Professor Jonathan Dey.) Ferguson Residence Hall Reunion and Reception – Ferguson Hall Lounge. Calling all alumni who lived in Ferguson, - even for one semester - join your former hall-mates for tours of the Ferguson Residence Hall as it is today. Sign your name on a Ferguson blueprint and find other alumni who also called your room “home”. ALUMNI AWARDS LUNCH –Join us for lunch as we honor our 2013 Alumni Award Winners: Distinguished Alumnus, Bob Page`79; the Robert M. Montgomery Outstanding Young Alumnus, Chad Maxwell `02; and Loyalty Award winner, Alice Heath`52. Entertainment this year will be by IWU’s recently formed co-ed a cappella group “silenceinterrupted” - Shirk Center, Performance Gym. SPIRIT STREET– on Titan Drive, between Tucci Stadium and the Shirk Center. Join current Titans as they begin celebrating the upcoming football victory. Reconnect with old friends and network with students as you enjoy the fun and festivities of Spirit Street! 10-11 am 10-11 am 10-11:30 am 10-11:30 am 11:30 am 12-1:30 pm 1:30 pm FOOTBALL GAME, IWU vs. North Park – Alumni football players should assemble at the east end of the stadium at 1:15pm and form a tunnel to cheer the Titans onto the field – Tucci Stadium. TAILGATING – NEW THIS YEAR ! New for the 2013 Football season, an official football tailgating area. Responsible use of individual beer and wine only, (no glass, kegs or drinking games permitted). Designated areas only allowed three hours prior to the start of the game and no later than two hours after the game. No overnight tailgating permitted. Tailgating will end when the game begins. Tailgating space is limited. For Policy and Map of Homecoming tailgating area go to http://www.iwu.edu/judicial/ Tailgating.html. Reserved spaces are available for Homecoming milestone reunion groups/ classes or University Departments only through Mike Wagner at email@example.com. All others spaces are on a first come basis. School of Art Reception in the Galleries – All IWU alumni are invited to view the faculty exhibit, visit with faculty and enjoy light refreshments. Extended gallery hours Saturday & Sunday 11am-5pm – Joyce Eichhorn Ames School of Art Building, Merwin and Wakeley Galleries. School of Theatre Arts (SoTA) – “The First Five Years” – The Class of 2008 is invited to speak to the current SoTA majors about work experiences, education and tips for dealing with the “real world” as they begin their fifth year after graduation. Open forum for the student body of SoTA. Please register for this event. McPherson Theatre. School of Theatre Arts (SoTA) 65th Year Anniversary Wine & Cheese Reception – Join Director of the School of Theatre Arts, Curtis E. Trout, Faculty and Staff to celebrate the 65th Anniversary of the School of Theatre Arts with hors d’ oeuvres, and beverages, at the E. Melba Kirkpatrick Lab Theatre. Minority Alumni Networking – The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and the IWU Alumni Office are proud to host the Minority Alumni (MAN) Reception - “Where the Past Meets the Present” which will begin at 4:30pm (or immediately following the football game). All current MALANA students and Alumni of Color are invited to attend this meet and greet session. Refreshments and light hors d’oeuvres will be served. We will also celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the Black Student Union. – Joyce Eichhorn Ames School of Art Atrium. History Department Reception Honoring Emeritus Professor Paul Bushnell – In celebration of his 47 year teaching career, share your memories with Professor Bushnell as you enjoy wine, beer and hors’ d’oeuvres – CNS Atrium. Business Administration Department 90th Anniversary Open House & Reception – Join faculty and staff for light refreshments in their new location as they celebrate their 90th Anniversary. State Farm Hall, First Floor. Women’s Soccer Team – Cheer on the women’s soccer team as they host conference foe Augustana College – Neis Field. Paul Bushnell 2-4 pm 3-4 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm 5 pm 2ND ANNUAL CLUB TOMMY 5-8 pm IWU Alumni & Guests are invited to the All Titan Homecoming Celebration Memorial Center, at Club Tommy & The Turfler Lounge aka Young Main Lounge and the Turfler RoomJoin fellow IWU alumni and guests for a heavy hors d’ oeuvres buffet, beer, wine and soft drinks. Enjoy a great evening with old friends and new acquaintances. This All Alumni Reception is the perfect place to meet up with your friends before heading out for the rest of your evening. At 7pm IWU Blues Review will reconnect at Club Tommy to entertain with the IWU Blues Review 2013 Reunion Tour performing Blues Brother’s inspired tunes featuring: Vocals: Pete Leo `94 (Jake) - Bob Rokos`95 (Elwood) - James Martin`92 - Keely Vasquez `94 Rhythm: Steve DeBerge`95, guitar - Tim Eytalis`96, drums - Mike Flack`94, keys Terry Shields`93, bass - Brian White`94, guitar Horns: Steve Graeber `96, tenor sax - George Manning`93, trombone - Jason VanStan`93, alto sax 7:30 pm 8 pm 8 pm Men’s Soccer Team – Cheer on the men’s soccer team as they host conference foes Augustana College – Neis Field Young Alumni Walk – Head to downtown Bloomington to meet other Young Alumni - Begin at Elroy’s, at 9pm walk to Fat Jacks, at 10pm continue to Mulligan’s and at 11pm finish the walk at Drifters, an alumni owned establishment. School of Theatre Arts (SoTA) presents the musical “A Class Act” Based on the real life of composer/lyricist Edward Kleban, “A Class Act” provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how a musical is created and brought to the stage. CurtainUp.com called the musical “tuneful and bouncy (often danceable)” with “lyrics full of clever lines.” McPherson Theatre Tickets go on sale 9/30/13. You may purchase your tickets online at www.iwu.edu/theatre/ box-office.html or call the Box Office at 309-556-3232 - Box Office hours: Mon 12:30-5pm, Tues 12:30-4pm, Wed-Fri 12:30-5pm. GOLDEN TITAN CLUB - 50TH AND ABOVE Bloomington Country Club, 605 Towanda Ave. 6pm Cocktails –7pm Dinner – Class of 1963 – 50 Year Reunion Reunion Co-Chairs: John Copenhaver & Frank Wanto Committee members: Paula Barenbaum Cohen, Jim Culberson, Doug & Judy Kaff, Elizabeth (Betsi) McKay, Sally Miller, Kip Orloff, Ole & Sheryl Pace, Curt Tobin, Warren Townsend, Nancy & Jerry Wisted 6pm Cocktails – 7pm Dinner – Golden Titan Club Reunion – all class years through 1962 Reunion Co-Chairs: Bob`53 & Mary Ann`53 Guenzler SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013 All Campus Service and Co-Choir Reunion Performance – The current Collegiate Choir is joined by returning alumni under the direction of Professor Scott Ferguson during the Sunday Service - Evelyn Chapel. (8:45 Call Time for Choir members) 10:30 am-12:30 pm Class of 2008 Closing Brunch – Join your classmates for a “Saga” breakfast one more time as you close out your Homecoming weekend. You will be able to pay for Sunday Brunch at the door. Memorial Center, Bertholf Commons. 11 am Pride Alumni Community (PAC) Brunch – The 2013 Robert M. Montgomery Outstanding Young Alumni Chad Maxwell`02, will present, “Curing ‘less than’: Sharing Your Authentic Self in Micromoments to Create Change” - Memorial Center, Turfler Room. 2 pm School of Theatre Arts (SoTA) presents the musical “A Class Act” Based on the real life of composer/lyricist Edward Kleban, “A Class Act” provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how a musical is created and brought to the stage. CurtainUp.com called the musical “tuneful and bouncy (often danceable)” with “lyrics full of clever lines.” McPherson Theatre 10 am Tickets go on sale 9/30/13. You may purchase your tickets online at www.iwu.edu/theatre/ box-office.html or call the Box Office at 309-556-3232 - Box Office hours: Mon 12:30-5pm, Tues 12:30-4pm, Wed-Fri 12:30-5pm. HOTEL & TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION The following is a list of area hotels for you to consider. Rates and cut off dates vary. When making reservations, please inform hotel staff that you would like to stay in the IWU HOMECOMING BLOCK. Make your reservations directly to the hotel by the dates below to receive the IWU discount: B-N Marriott Hotel The Chateau Doubletree Hotel Eastland Suites Hampton Inn & Suites Holiday Inn Express Holiday Inn & Suites (by Airport) Parke Hotel & Conference Center (Sept. 20, 2013) (Oct. 1, 2013) (Sept. 19, 2013) (Sept. 19, 2013) (Sept. 27, 2013) (Sept. 27, 2013) (Sept. 30, 2013) (Oct. 10, 2013) (309) 862-9000 (309) 662-2020 (309) 664-6446 (309) 662-0000 (309) 452-8900 (309) 820-9990 (309) 662-4700 (309) 662-4300 $139/night $95/night $119/night Starting at $90/night Starting at $109 /night Starting at $95/night $89/night $99/night Visit www.titanpride.org for the most complete and up-to-date information about Homecoming 2013. Call the Homecoming Hotline 309-556-3863 for cancellations and/or weather-related information. REGISTRATION FORM • Registration deadline Friday, September 20. Registration Options: • Register and pay online at www.titanpride.org/homecoming13 • Toll-free telephone reservations accepted at 1-888-498-2586 • Complete the registration form and mail with proper payment. FRIDAY 11am Alumni Golf Outing at Crestwicke Country Club No. of Reservations (Includes green fees, cart rental, lunch, two drink tickets and prizes.) _______ X $75 Amount Enclosed $________ Foursome: 2)_____________________________ 3)______________________________ 4)_____________________________ q Pair me with anyone The lunch and awarding of prizes will go on rain or shine. We cannot refund the cost of the lunch or prizes. No. Attending 1-1:50 pm Business Administration Department Open Classes in State Farm Hall BUS 341, Organization & Management _______ BUS 409, Portfolio Management _______ BACK TO COLLEGE CLASSES – Friday Sessions 2-2:50 pm “Ones and Zeros: Cultural Considerations in the Era of Big Data and Analytics”— Chad Maxwell`02 3-3:50 pm 2013 Robert M. Montgomery Outstanding Young Alumnus “Seeing Race in a Colorblind Society” – Meghan Burke, Student Senate 2013 Professor of the Year “How to Transform An Under Performing Culture” Bob Page`79, 2013 Distinguished Alumnus Student/Alumni Marketing Career Panel – (What Fred Should Have Taught Me.) _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ 4-4:50 pm 4 pm 4-5:30 pm English Department Wine & Cheese Reception 5:30-7 pm President’s Reception 6:30 pm Class of 1963 50th Reunion Kick-Off (Ozark House) 6:30-8 pm Biology Department Symposium honoring the late Miner Linnaeus Sherff Professor of Botany Jonathan Dey _______ 7-8:30 pm Business Administration Department 90th Anniversary Wine & Cheese Reception 8-10 pm Class of 1993 20th Reunion Kick-Off (A. Renee Wine Café) _______ _______ SATURDAY 8 am Kids Fun Run T-shirt size: 2-4___ 6-8___ 10-12___ 14-16___ (Please list all Fun Runners’ names & sizes separately. Attach a separate sheet of paper if necessary.) No. of Runners Amount Enclosed $_______ $_______ Name______________________________________ Size_____ First Last First Last _______ X $7 Name______________________________________ Size _____ _______ X $7 (In case of inclement weather, we thank you for your donation. Refunds will not be issued; fees will go to the Scholarship Fund.) 8:15am SATURDAY (continued) Captain Ryan A. Beaupré ’95 Memorial Scholarship 5K Run/Walk Amount Enclosed T-Shirt Size: S___ M___ L___ XL___ 2XL___ (Shirts and/or sizes cannot be guaranteed for late or walk up registrations.) (Please list all runners’ names & sizes separately. Attach a separate sheet of paper if necessary.) No. of Runners First Last at time of race Name______________________________ Age____ Gender _____ _______ X $20 (no shirt) $_______ Name______________________________ Age____ Gender _____ _______ X $30 (w/shirt) $_______ A portion of each registration goes to the Ryan A. Beaupré Memorial Scholarship Fund. In case of inclement weather, we thank you for your donation. No. of Reservations Amount Enclosed 9-10 am 9-11 am 9-11 am School of Music Alumni Reception Action Research Center (ARC) 10 Year Anniversary Open House & Reception School of Nursing Social & Award Program– honoring Dr. Joanne M. Miller`73 _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ 10-11:30 am Biology Department Reception 10-11:30 am Ferguson Hall Reception 10-11 am Alumni Co-Choir Reunion Rehearsal Voice part: S1 S2 A1 A2 T1 T2 B1 B2 ____ Attending spouse’s voice part: S1 S2 A1 A2 T1 T2 B1 B2 ____ I will fully participate ____ I can only attend Saturday rehearsal ____ BACK TO COLLEGE CLASSES – Saturday Sessions 9-9:50 am Can History Survive in the iPhone Age?”– Paul Bushnell, Emeritus Professor of History 10-11:20 am “All About Oscar - Everything You Always Wanted To Know About the Academy Awards”��� Tariq Khan`93 11:30 am 2-4 pm 3-4 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm 4:30-6 pm 5-8 pm Alumni Awards Lunch School of Art Reception School of Theatre Arts (SoTA) “First Five Years” _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ _______X $10 $______ 4:30-6 pm School of Theatre Arts (SoTA) Wine & Cheese Reception Minority Alumni Network History Department Reception Honoring Emeritus Professor Paul Bushnell Business Administration Department 90th Anniversary Open House and Reception 2ND ANNUAL – CLUB TOMMY All Alumni Titan Homecoming Celebration OFF-CAMPUS REUNION DINNERS 6 pm 50-Year Reunion Dinner – Class of 1963, Bloomington County Club No. of Alumni Beef_____ Fish_____ Chicken_____ _______ NO CHARGE (Class of `63 Alumni are guests of the Alumni Assoc.) No. of Guests Beef_____ Fish_____ Chicken_____ _______X $35 (Not in the Class of 1963) $______ 6 pm Golden Titans Club Reunion Dinner – All classes through 1962 No. of Alumni Beef_____ Fish_____ Chicken_____ _______ NO CHARGE (Alumni are guests of the Alumni Assoc.) No. of Guests Beef_____ Fish_____ Chicken_____ _______X $35 $______ (Non Alumni guest) SUNDAY 10:30 am 11 am Class of 2008 Closing Brunch (till 12:30pm) Pride Alumni Community Speaker Brunch _______ # Attending _______ # Attending HOMECOMING SHIRTS Order your 2013 A Class Act souvenir Homecoming shirts. Indicate the number of shirts in each size needed. Shirts will be at the Homecoming Information Center in the Nell Eckley Lounge on Friday/Saturday during information hours. Any prepaid shirts not picked up by 11:30am on Saturday, can be picked up in the Alumni Office starting on Wednesday, October 16, 2013. We will hold the shirts for 30 days after which they will be donated. SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRTS: Adult: # Shirts ____ X $ 8.00 LONG SLEEVE T-SHIRTS: Adult: # Shirts ____ X $10.00 CREW NECK SWEAT SHIRTS: Adult: # Shirts ____ X $ 12.00 Total $_______ SM____ M____ L____ XL____2X____3X_____ Total $_______ Total $_______ SM____ M____ L____ XL____2X____3X_____ 2-4____ 6-8____ 10-12____ 14-16____ See cover for larger view of the logo! Children: # Shirts ______ X $ 6.00 Total $_______ Children: # Shirts ______ X $ 8.00 Total $_______ 2-4____ 6-8____ 10-12____ 14-16____ 18-20_____ Children: # Shirts ______ X $ 10.00 Total $_______ 2-4____ 6-8____ 10-12____ 14-16____ 18-20_____ SM____ M____ L____ XL____2X____3X_____ We cannot guarantee the availability of styles and/or sizes unless they are pre-paid and the order is received by the September 20 deadline. IF PAYING BY MAIL: Please submit this form with your check or credit card information and mail to: Alumni Relations Office, P.O. Box 2900, Bloomington, IL, 61702-2900. Be sure to allow enough time for your registration to be received by the Friday, September 20th deadline. NAME________________________________________________________ CLASS _______________ GUEST____________________________________________________________________________ (Attach a separate sheet for additional guests’ name.) Relationship ADDRESS__________________________________________________________________________ Street ________________________________________________________________________________ City State Zip Phone (____) _____________ Email _______________________ Daytime Phone (____) _____________ Card Type: __________________ Account Number: ____________________________ Exp. 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