All UIC and Loyola dental school alumni are invited. Tickets will be $95 if purchased before March 4, $115 afterwards. A reception will be held at 6:30 p.m., with dinner at 8 p.m.
Alumni, spouses, friends, and faculty all will enjoy Reunion 2012. It will feature special recognition for members of classes whose graduation years ended in a “2” or a “7.”
Special awards will be presented to Dr. Samuel S. Wexler, ’64. Distinguished Dental Alumnus; Dr. Kenneth W. Gehrke, ’82, Prosthodontics ‘84, Dr. E. Lloyd Du Brul Faculty Achievement Award; Dr. Frank A. Maggio, Loyola ’71, UIC Periodontics ‘75, Dr. F. William Towner Organized Dentistry Award; Dr. Samuel J. Cascio, Loyola ’52, and Dr. Joseph V. Discipio, Loyola ‘52, Raffaele Suriano Award; Dr. Robert B. Hurdle, ’61, Alumni Loyalty Award; and Dr. Alvin C. Atlas, ’77, Dr. Irwin B. Robinson President’s Leadership Award.
Table seating will be by class year and by dental specialty. Color photographs will be taken of all classes and may be purchased at the event.
In recent years, more faculty, young alumni, and Loyola alumni have attended in increasing numbers. There will be tables for Loyola alumni, so UIC College of Dentistry alumni are urged to invite their Loyola colleagues.
See the College’s website at http://dentistry.uic.edu/
For additional information, contact Ana Lisa Ogbac of the College’s Office of Advancement at (312) 996-0485 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry offers the DMD dental degree and various dental specialty degrees, and provides oral healthcare to patients.The College is located at 801 S. Paulina St. in Chicago. More than 320 students are in the DMD Program and International Dentist Degree Program. Specialty programs are offered in Orthodontics, Endodontics, Restorative Dentistry, Periodontics, Pediatric Dentistry, and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, with 80 postgraduate students enrolled across these programs. The College annually provides 90,000 patient treatment appointments in its clinics, for 27,000 patients in active treatment. http://dentistry.uic.edu/