Chicago Society was founded in 2001 to bring students together and create events on campus that foster student, faculty, and community engagement with pertinent issues.
Since our founding, we have held a wide variety of events, from a conference that attracted over a thousand attendees to small-scale lunches with professors.Learn More
Past events have ranged from large conferences to smaller academic discussions, click below to find out more about our past events.
Also stay on the lookout for news of future events, including an upcoming pop-up class this quarter.Learn More
Getting involved with Chicago Society is easy! If you are interested in joining, attend any of our weekly meetings or speak to any of the current members of our executive board.
You can also subscribe to Chicago-Society-Events mailing list to keep informed of special events. Or you can even propose an event you are interested in seeing happen.Learn More
Chicago Society proudly presents “Space: Speculation and Exploration” on Saturday, April 9! The 2016 Space Conference is free and open to the public with free breakfast and lunch provided.