Whether it's been 5 years or 50, isn't it time to come back to campus for a visit? If your class year ends in 4 or 9, make plans to come back to campus for Reunion June 4-6. The weekend features seminars, a cruise, golf outing, tours, a picnic, and class dinners. A mailing will be arriving in mid-April with a class bulletin, full schedule, and registration materials. If you have any questions about the Reunion program, contact Michele Brumsey at (518) 276-6910 or write to her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit the Reunion Web page at www.alumni. rpi.edu/Reunion. The page includes links to Web sites maintained by the Classes of 1989, 1979, 1974, and 1959. See page 56 for a complete list of Reunion class volunteers.
Alumni Stay Connected and Help Advance Rensselaer
Thanks go out to alumni around the country who have participated in a series of informal opportunities to prepare for Rensselaer's next capital campaign. Twenty-four events, including a recent series of events on the West Coast hosted by Harry Mow '53, Wendell Van Auken '66, and Bill Hart '62, have involved 208 participants since November 1997. This is one of the many ways alumni are staying connected and advancing Rensselaer's mission.
Entrepreneur Web Page
The Rensselaer Entrepreneur Network, a community of Rensselaer alumni involved in various aspects of high-technology ventures, has set up a Web site to keep interested alumni informed of entrepreneurial activities on and around campus and beyond. Regional and campus events also are being planned. Tom Payne '86 and Dan Zettler '92 are organizing the group, Payne focusing on the Silicon Valley/San Francisco Bay area, and Zettler on the East Coast. Visit the Web site at http://members.tripod.com/rpi_entrepreneur. The group is being supported by the Alumni Office and the Center for Technological Entrepreneurship.
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