On December 13, 2010 EAPS hosted its annual reception for alumni and friends during the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in San Francisco. More than 200 alumni joined us at the event, which featured a buffet dinner and remarks by Department Head Maria Zuber. Enjoying the festivities from left to right are Sarah Kruse Ph.D. '89 (XII), Donald Hickmott Ph.D. '88 (XII), and Miriam Fuhrman '79 (XII).
Stay Connected and Get Involved
Our alumni are important to us, and we encourage you to maintain your personal and professional ties with EAPS and MIT.
There are many ways to get involved. Stop by Building 54 when you are in Cambridge, read our newsletter, EAPSpeaks, or join us for department events, including our annual receptions at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting and the Society for Exploration Geophysicists Annual Meeting.
Take advantage of all the MIT Alumni Association has to offer. Register for an Infinite Connection account to use the on-line alumni directory and to set up e-mail forwarding for life. Whether you become active in a local MIT club or attend an alumni event in your area, you can remain connected with your peers and intellectually engaged with the Institute. Read more about the MIT Alumni Association.
Career Guidance and Opportunities for Employers
If you are looking for a job, in need of career advice, or hoping to expand your professional network, MIT can help. Read more about career tools. MIT can also help your employer gain access to an elite pool of talent—MIT students. To discuss potential strategies for recruiting MIT students and alumni, raise your visibility on campus and/or learn more about resources available at MIT, please contact the Employer Relations Team at 617-715-5327 or careerbridge [at] mit [dot] edu.
For further information, please contact:
EAPS Senior Development Officer
dadelson [at] mit [dot] edu