MIT ALC: Information and Inspiration

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In the ALC opening keynote, Sheila Xu '14 challenged MIT to better embrace deaf students: “If you take advantage of the skills and knowledge of the deaf community, it will enrich all of MIT.”

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Slide background The Association's alumni engagement diagram displays how alumni volunteers support programs that engage alumni face-to-face, philanthropically through Annual Fund giving, and virtually through the Infinite Connection and social media.
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Slide background Alumni from more than 40 different graduating class years—ranging from '44 to '13— returned to familiar sites on campus, including Bldg. 7 and the Infinite Corridor.
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Slide background Attendees view a t-shirt from MIT's Glass Lab, which showcased its annual Great Glass Pumpkin Patch during ALC.
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Slide background Volunteers heard MIT President L. Rafael Reif discuss his vision for MIT's road ahead, its opportunities for change and improvement, and share what he learned during the first year of his presidency.
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Slide background MIT Alumni Association Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer Judith M. Cole, MIT President L. Rafael Reif, Bronze Beaver Award winner G. Mead Wyman ’62, Bronze Beaver Award winner Cordelia M. Price ’78, SM ’82, and Alumni Association President John W. Jarve ’78, SM ’79.

 

The 2014 Alumni Leadership Conference will take place Sept. 19-20 on MIT campus. Visit the Frequently Asked Questions for more information on this year’s conference.

Last year’s conference took place on Sept. 27-28, 2013, and nearly 500 alumni from more than 40 class years returned to campus to reconnect with the Institute and discuss what they do for MIT. Read a recap of the conference at the Slice of MIT blog.

Throughout the weekend, alumni and volunteers took part in more than 40 sessions, keynote addresses, networking meals and socials, and even a director’s cut movie screening. More than 100 Twitter and Instagram users posted nearly 400 messages and photos using the #mitalc hashtag. Review the full stream of conference tweets and photos and read Slice of MIT’s top 13 tweets of ALC 2013.

Photo Credits: Melody Ko and Christopher Huang