Welcome to the Benedictine University alumni and friends website. Here you will find the latest updates about alumni programs, upcoming events, student-alumni networking opportunities, scholarships, donor awareness and much more!
Let your Voices be heard.Every Benedictine graduate has a unique story to tell, and we would love to share yours with your fellow alumni as well as students, parents, donors and the rest of the Benedictine University community. New career? Promotion? Baby? Met the person of your dreams? Finally retired? Share your news with us, and we'll include you in the Class Notes section of Voices magazine.
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Click here to view all of the 2015 Who's Who Among Benedictine University Alumni award winners.
Douglas Wildes graduated from Benedictine University in 2002 majoring in social science with a minor in secondary education. He earned both his Master of Science in Educational Administration (2007) and Education Specialist (2013) degrees from Northern Illinois University. He is currently pursuing his Educational Doctorate at NIU. Wildes began his teaching career at Addison Trail High School teaching U.S. and world history. In 2008, he was hired as the social studies department chair at Addison Trail and was then hired as the assistant principal for curriculum and instruction at Addison Trail in 2012. Starting this year, he has served in the same role as assistant principal for curriculum and instruction at Willowbrook High School.