In Fall 2016, the Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies and Alumni Relations and Development launched AlumniU, a space for alumni to continue the rich intellectual inquiry that so much characterized their university experience long after they have left the University. AlumniU offers alumni a new way to learn, and UChicago faculty a new way to teach.

There are two main kinds of learning opportunities on AlumniU. The first is a six week online class taught by a member of the UChicago faculty. These are highly discussion focused, and the direction they take can be informed by alumni and their interests. The second, "Connecting the Curious," is a three week seminar in which a faculty member presents on his or her research and responds to questions from alumni.

If you are a faculty member who is interested in developing an offering on AlumniU, or would just like more information, contact

Current and Past Classes for Alumni on AlumniU:

Comparative Fairy Tale, taught by Kim Kenny (Germanic Studies)

Plato's Meno: On the Possibility of Learning How to Be Good, taught by Agnes Callard (Philosophy)

Critical Issues in Urban Education, taught by Sara Ray Stoelinga (Urban Education Institute)

Neuroethics, taught by Peggy Mason (Neurobiology)


Current and Past Seminars for Alumni on AlumniU:

Connecting the Curious: America's Founding Revisited, led by George Van Cleve (Seattle University School of Law)

Connecting the Curious: Science Fiction, led by Hilary Strang (MAPH)

Connecting the Curious: Gravitational Waves, led by Michael Turner (Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics)