75th Anniversary  

ImpactCMC 2022
Friday, September 30 - Saturday, October 1

As a dedicated and contributing member of the CMC community, we are excited to invite you to a very special ImpactCMC celebrating the continued success of The Campaign for CMC: Responsible Leadership! Join key volunteers, students, members of the Board of Trustees, and senior leadership as we collectively learn, discuss, and strategize about the College’s current and future priorities.
 
This year’s program kicks off Friday, September 30 with a very special event – the groundbreaking for Robert Day Sciences Center! Be part of CMC history as we kick off construction of this transformative center and come together as a community to mark this special moment. Research Institute and CMC Alumni Association board meetings, as well as a welcome reception with the Class of 2024, will also be hosted during this first day.
 
Insider programming continues on Saturday, October 1, with sessions and conversations with students and campus leaders around topics such as the Presidential Initiative on Anti-Racism, alumni engagement programming, philanthropy and the 1946 Challenge, the CMC budget and endowment spending, the new Kravis Department of Integrated Sciences and Roberts Campus, and more. ImpactCMC will conclude Saturday evening with a joyous community ceremony and reception as we celebrate Professor Marc Massoud’s P’89 more than 40 years of service with the naming of an iconic campus structure in his honor.
 
We appreciate your generous contributions of time, talent, ties, and treasure to the College, and look forward to gathering again for this fully in-person weekend. During this final year of the Campaign, we look forward to celebrating all things CMC, and we hope you will join this eventful ImpactCMC in a few weeks' time.

Registration Schedule Accommodations
ImpactCMC Schedule

Registration

This is a tentative schedule and will be updated regularly. Last updated: September 23, 2022

Friday, September 30

10:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Registration and Check-In

Flamson Plaza

Start here to pick up your weekend credentials, lanyard, and schedule. 


10:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
CMC Supply Shop
Flamson Plaza
Stop by the CMC Supply Shop to pick up some new swag to show off your CMC pride. All volunteers receive 30% off 75th Items and 10% off all other items this weekend only. 


11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Lunch
Collins Dining Hall
Join us for lunch at a CMC classic – ImpactCMC guests will have the opportunity to dine at Collins Dining Hall. Relax and enjoy while catching up with fellow volunteers.


11:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Randall Lewis Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Board Meeting 
(by invitation only)


11:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Mgrublian Center for Human Rights Board Meeting
(by invitation only)


1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Robert Day Sciences Center Groundbreaking Ceremony & Reception
Bauer East Parking Lot
Be part of this historic moment in the College’s history and gather as we celebrate the groundbreaking of the new Robert Day Sciences Center followed by a celebratory toast and reception to honor this momentous day.


3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Mgrublian Center for Human Rights Board Meeting, Continued
(by invitation only)


3:00 - 3:50 p.m.
CMC Alumni Association Committee Meetings
LC 61, Freeberg Forum, and LC 63, Kravis Center Lower Court


3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Public Art at CMC
Meet at Flamson Plaza
Join Kimberly Shiring, secretary of the college and director of public art, and John Faranda, ambassador-at-large, on a walking tour highlighting the key Public Art pieces at CMC. Explore the latest additions the new Public Art Initiative has supported including works by Carol Bove, Mary Weatherford, Ellsworth Kelly, Jeppe Hein, and Chris Burden.


4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
CMC Alumni Association Board of Directors Meeting
Freeberg Forum, Kravis Center
The CMCAA Board of Directors will meet for their October meeting with a focus on the Open Academy, the Rose Parade, and the Campaign for Responsible Leadership. All alumni welcome.


4:30 - 5:15 p.m.
Parent Volunteer Meet & Greet
3rd Floor North Terrace, Kravis Center
Don’t miss this opportunity to relax and get to know your fellow parent volunteers with beautiful views and lite fare.


5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Welcome Reception
Flamson Plaza
Join us for refreshments and an opportunity to meet the Class of 2024 as we kick off ImpactCMC 2022! Gather with fellow community leaders, students, and campus partners to reconnect, share stories, and discuss the exciting weekend ahead. All community members are welcome. Registration required

Saturday, October 1

8:15 - 10:00 a.m.
Registration and Check-In
Collins Dining Hall
If you are joining us Saturday only, stop by the registration table at Collins Dining Hall to pick up your name tag and schedule before heading in for some bacon, eggs, fruit, or beloved tater tots.


8:15 - 10:00 a.m.
Collins Dining Hall Breakfast
Collins Dining Hall
Start the day with a delicious breakfast in Collins Dining Hall before heading off to your sessions. Registration required


8:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Institute Directors and Chairs Meeting 
(by invitation only)


9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
CMC Supply Shop
Flamson Plaza
Stop by the CMC Supply Shop to pick up some new swag to show off your CMC pride. All volunteers receive 30% off 75th Items and 10% off all other items this weekend only. 


9:00 - 9:50 a.m.
Impact Workshops 
All community leaders are invited to choose one of the following sessions:

Alumni Interviewing
Freeberg Forum, Kravis Center Lower Court
The Office of Admission is already hard at work recruiting a diverse, increasingly talented, and energetic group of students for the Class of 2027. Many of them have already started the application process. They are eager to be interviewed by alumni like you and show you how they can contribute to CMC. Alumni interviewers are invited to join the Office of Admission for an interactive training session on the Alumni Interviewer Program.

The Campaign and the 1946 Challenge - How can you help?
Kravis 102, Kravis Center
What does a dollar do? Find out how you can make a difference in
the lives of current and future CMC students. Join us as our Annual Giving team shares insights on the past, present, and future of philanthropy and how you can participate in this exciting CMC tradition, including the upcoming 1946 Challenge!

The Presidential Initiative on Anti-Racism and the Black Experience
Kravis 164, Kravis Center
Join Nyree Gray, Vice President of Human Relations and Chief Diversity Officer, as she discusses the Presidential Initiative and how CMC is developing a long-term, structural, integrated educational response to racism, inequality, and inequity. Nyree will discuss feedback and opportunities based on the work of our alumni, faculty, staff, and student steering committees.

The CMC Business Model and Endowment Investments 
Kravis 103, Kravis Center
Ever wonder about the CMC budget? How the endowment is spent or where philanthropy dollars go? Learn about how the CMC business model has helped the College and what these next years will look like as we expand institutional initiatives like Integrated Science.


10:00 - 10:50 a.m.
Impact Workshops
All community leaders are invited to choose one of the following sessions:

Admission 101 – What does it take to get into CMC today?
Freeberg Forum, Kravis Center Lower Court
Learn about the way we look at recruiting and application reading. This session will also focus on the importance of volunteers – alumni and parents can help in the selection process and representing CMC in all corners of the globe.

The Campaign and the 1946 Challenge - How can you help?
Kravis 102, Kravis Center
What does a dollar do? Find out how you can make a difference in
the lives of current and future CMC students. Join us as our Annual Giving team shares insights on the past, present, and future of philanthropy and how you can participate in this exciting CMC tradition, including the upcoming 1946 Challenge!

The Presidential Initiative on Anti-Racism and the Black Experience
Kravis 164, Kravis Center
Join Nyree Gray, Vice President of Human Relations and Chief Diversity Officer, as she discusses the Presidential Initiative and how CMC is developing a long-term, structural, integrated educational response to racism, inequality, and inequity. Nyree will discuss feedback and opportunities based on the work of our alumni, faculty, staff, and student steering committees.

The CMC Business Model and Endowment Investments 
Kravis 103, Kravis Center
Ever wonder about the CMC budget? How the endowment is spent or where philanthropy dollars go? Learn about how the CMC business model has helped the College and what these next years will look like as we expand institutional initiatives like Integrated Science.


9:30 - 11:00 a.m. 
Robert Day Scholars Board of Associates 
(by invitation only)


11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Town Hall and Luncheon with President Hiram E. Chodosh
Eggert Dining Room, Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum
Join President Hiram E. Chodosh for a conversation about CMC’s bold plans for the College’s future, including new pursuits in co-curricular experiences and residential life. President Chodosh will highlight recent work in Integrated Sciences, Student Opportunity, the Open Academy, and the Roberts Campus. All community members are welcomeRegistration required


1:15 - 4:00 p.m.
Kravis Leadership Institute Advisory Board Meeting
(by invitation only)


1:15 - 2:05 p.m.
Impact Workshops
All community leaders are invited to choose one of the following sessions:

The Kravis Department of Integrated Sciences with Professor Ran Libeskind-Hadas
Freeberg Forum, Kravis Center
 Join Professor Ran Libeskind-Hadas, founding chair of the Kravis Department of Integrated Sciences, for a discussion of CMC’s vision for the future of science education, including the spring semester pilot course and the plan for the iconic Robert Day Sciences Center that will be home to that new program. 

1946 Challenge - A Bigger Peek Behind the Curtain!
Kravis 102, Kravis Center
Ever wonder what it takes to make the biggest Giving Day of CMC’s year a success? The Annual Giving team will share trends, successes, and lessons learned over the last four years and walk you through tips and tricks to advocate for the Challenge this year. The 1946 Challenge aims to exceed 1,946 donors in 1,946 minutes and we need you to make it a success!

Networking  with Student 101
Kravis 164
A unique feature of the CMC student experience is the ability to call up engaged alumni and parents to solicit their guidance, whether it be on a potential career path, grad school, internship, or job opportunity. However, from afar, it can sometimes be challenging to know the best way to advise students and recent alumni. Join Ursula Diamond and Amy Flanagan ’11 from the Soll Center in a workshop on how you can best support the next generation of responsible leaders.


2:15 - 3:00 p.m.
Impact Workshops
All community leaders are invited to choose one of the following sessions:

The Kravis Department of Integrated Sciences with Professor Ran Libeskind-Hadas
Freeberg Forum, Kravis Center
 Join Professor Ran Libeskind-Hadas, founding chair of the Kravis Department of Integrated Sciences, for a discussion of CMC’s vision for the future of science education, including the spring semester pilot course and the plan for the iconic Robert Day Sciences Center that will be home to that new program. 

1946 Challenge Intensive
Kravis 102, Kravis Center
Ever wonder what it takes to make the biggest Giving Day of CMC’s year a success? The Annual Giving team will share trends, successes, and lessons learned over the last five years and walk you through tips and tricks to advocate for the Challenge this year. The 1946 Challenge aims to exceed 1,946 donors in 1,946 minutes and we need you to make it a success!

Networking with Students 101
Kravis 164
A unique feature of the CMC student experience is the ability to call up engaged alumni and parents to solicit their guidance, whether it be on a potential career path, grad school, internship, or job opportunity. However, from afar, it can sometimes be challenging to know the best way to advise students and recent alumni. Join Ursula Diamond and Amy Flanagan ’11 from the Soll Center in a workshop on how you can best support the next generation of responsible leaders.


2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Parent Network Board Meeting
Kravis 321, Kravis Center 3rd Floor South
Parent Network Board Members Parent Network Board Members will discuss Board Business and the Open Academy during their second board meeting of the year. All CMC parents welcome.  


3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Alumni-Student Career Networking Reception
Flamson Plaza
What is your best piece of advice? Please join us in welcoming our senior class back to campus and offer insights as they explore potential career paths and look to honor CMC’s leadership mission and take on the world’s biggest challenges.


4:15 - 6:00 p.m.
The Massoud Dedication & Closing Reception
Gann Quadrangle, Kravis Center
Join us for a celebratory naming ceremony of the Living Room at Kravis Center to honor professor Marc Massoud P'89. After the ceremony, join us for a closing reception in honor of Marc and The Massoud dedication. Registration required

ImpactCMC Registration

The Office of Alumni and Parent Engagement has reserved a block of rooms at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Ontario Airport for September 30, 2022 through October 2, 2022. You will receive an acknowledgment email, upon completion of your registration containing the groups rate information.

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Friday, September 30
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Join us for live music and refreshments as we kick off ImpactCMC 2022! Gather with fellow community leaders, students, and campus partners to reconnect and discuss the exciting weekend ahead. All community members are welcome.
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Saturday, October 1
8:15 AM - 10:00 AM
Start the day with a delicious breakfast at Collins Dining Hall before heading off to your sessions. If this is your first event of the weekend, stop by the registration table to pick up your nametag and schedule before heading in for some bacon, eggs, fruit, or beloved tater tots.
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Saturday, October 1
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
Join President Hiram E. Chodosh for a conversation about CMC’s bold plans for the College’s future, including new pursuits in co-curricular experiences and residential life. President Chodosh will highlight the recent work on The CMC Strategy, detailing the College’s top priorities to guide us through the last year of the Campaign. All community members are welcome.
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Saturday, October 1
4:15 PM - 6:00 PM
Join us for a celebratory naming ceremony of the Living Room at Kravis Center and an intimate closing reception with delicious appetizers and refreshments.
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Town Hall and Luncheon with President Hiram E. Chodosh:
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