Planning for Our Next Five Years

Image of George Meyer Welcome to 2018! I know for many in our class (about half of us live in “cold” states) it’s a winter with a vengeance. But we all know spring will arrive ultimately, even in Cambridge.

 While we won’t have a Class Reunion to attend this year, we will keep our Class activities going and begin planning for our next big Reunion in 2022.

We are going to try something new: the Alumni Association Poll Module. I would appreciate it if class members would respond to the first question in the first quarter of 2018, so planning can begin if there is enthusiasm. We have longer on the creation of an update to our 50th Reunion Book, but please tell us if you are interested in providing an update. To participate in the poll, just log into your Infinite Connection Account.

George Meyer '62 VII


Class News

Recap of 1962 Finances
A Qualitative Look at Our Class' Finances

Allen Saye, Class of 1962 & member of Phi Sigma Kappa, has passed.
The sad news Hank received is in the posting under Deceased Classmates, found under Community (menu item at top).

Our Scholarship Report for 2017--It's Great!

Our fund kept growing along with MIT's Endowment which continue to outpace MIT's local rivals. The Fund stands at $4,445,222, up $188K for the year.

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Class 1962 Events


Past Events

On Friday, December 8, 2017, at Endicott House in Dedham, MA, MIT's Cardinal and Gray Society held its annual Holiday Lunch. Four members of the Class of 1962 had signed up (Dave Bragdon, Marshall Reber, Dan Smythe and Gary Stuart). Unfortunately Gary was unable to attend.

Professor Agustin Rayo, Associate Dean, MIT School of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences (SHASS), was the guest speaker. Professor Rayo spoke to us about the history and recent accomplishments of SHASS and its outstanding faculty. 

SHASS houses 22 departments, centers, labs: from economics and political science to music and theater arts. There are 179 full-time faculty (plus 115 lecturers).  Of the faculty, 2 are Institute Professors 7 are Nobel Prize winners, 7 have received MacArthur “Genius” Awards, and 5 have won the Pulitzer Prize.

Dan Smythe & Gaye Carpenter

Beverly & Marshall Reber

Future Events

None currently scheduled.


 


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