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July 28, 2015

UChicago Shortlist
Welcome to your new biweekly e-newsletter, which rolls multiple Alumni Association communications into one place to share must-reads, job listings, events, and more.
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1. Microbial me
UChicagoans such as Jack Gilbert and John Alverdy are discovering how microbes not only make us sick but also keep our bodies working.
Follow @gilbertjacka and @jcalverdy
Shared by @UChicago, @Argonne, @MicrobiomDigest

2. City to test an "Array of Things" at UChicago
For the Array of Things project, open data collected by interactive sensor "nodes" will serve as a "fitness tracker" for the city of Chicago, providing information for residents, scientists, and policy makers to build a safer, cleaner, and more efficient urban environment.

Follow @ArrayOfThings
Shared by @UChiEngagement, @UCUrbanNetwork, @SAICpres

3. The science of Inside Out
Psychologist and 2015 Alumni Award recipient Paul Ekman, EX'52, coauthors a New York Times story about consulting for the Pixar movie.
Read about the 2015 recipients

4. Welcome new graduates
Recent degree earners, you're now part of a vibrant alumni community. Find local clubs and affinity groups as well as volunteer and leadership opportunities. Plus, learn about your Alumni Association benefits.
Follow @UChicagoAlumni
Connect with alumni on Facebook and LinkedIn
Save the date for Phoenixphest

5. Continue your UChicago education--free and online
UChicago antitrust expert Randal C. Picker, AB'80, AM'82, JD'85, teaches a MOOC this summer called Internet Giants: The Law and Economics of Media Platforms.
Watch a Harper Lecture to learn about other topics.
PLUS . . .
How does knowledge form? The Stevanovich Institute's executive director is on the case . . . Rockefeller gets a new carillonneur . . . Filmmaker Agnes Varda in residence October 8-15 . . . How to talk like a Democrat (or a Republican) . . . The future will taste great.
For more stories and events, visit news.uchicago.edu.

Career opportunities
Director of Development
People's Music School
Minneapolis, MN
Investments Strategist
Wealth Enhancement Group
South Pole
10-Meter South Pole Telescope Winterover Crew Member
The University of Chicago
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In memoriam
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Yoichiro Nambu
1921-2015: Nobel Prize-winning physicist More »
David Raup, SB'53
1933-2015: Transformational paleontologist More »
Charles Rubin
1953-2015: Pediatric cancer specialist More »

Upcoming signature event
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Alumni Travel Program
2016 travel opportunities
Italy | Holland and Belgium | Provence | Central Europe | Alaska
Explore new territory or rediscover favorite destinations in the company of fellow alumni while learning from the University's most distinguished experts.
  Find an alumni travel trip » 

More upcoming events
Noon-1 p.m. CDT
(Webinar) Slicing Pie: How to Divide Equity in a Start-Up
11 a.m.-2 p.m.
(Denver) UChicago Family Picnic
5-7 p.m.
(San Francisco) Climbing the Legal Ladder
See more events across the country and around the world »

Lite of the mind
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Looking up
Chelsea Leu, AB'14, on Grey City gargoyles and how a serendipitous summer led to a minor obsession. More »
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