Our alumni/ae are important to EAPS - stay connected! There are so many ways to stay involved. Call to let us know when you are in Cambridge and drop by to see us! Read EAPSpeaks, our monthly e-newsletter, and our annual EAPS Scope. Get today’s news on our website or on the EAPS Facebook page. Like to tweet? Check us out on Twitter and share our news!
Let us know about your achievements so that we can spread the word!
Join us for departmental events! Why not come to the annual Carlson Lecture on climate science at the New England Aquarium this Fall? Check Facebook for today’s departmental lectures. Network at EAPS annual receptions for alums and friends at the AGU Fall Meeting, the SEG Annual Meeting and the GSA Annual Meeting! (Let Angela Ellis know if you don’t get your invitation – firstname.lastname@example.org)
For alums/friends who can offer insider career tips for graduate students and postdocs, please come and host an EAPS Career Mentor coffee hour, and chat with students and scientists who are contemplating what comes after MIT! Your advice is greatly appreciated.
Like to travel? MIT Alumni Travel regularly offers travel adventures and learning opportunities with an EAPS/MIT faculty member. See the world, brush up on your knowledge or learn something new! See the whole 2016 schedule at https://alum.mit.edu/travel/travel-schedule-2016.
Take advantage of all the MIT Alumni Association has to offer. Join your local MIT Club. Register for an Infinite Connection account to use the on-line alumni directory and to get e-mail forwarding for life. Read more about the MIT Alumni Association here.
For further information about events or to volunteer as an EAPS Career Mentor, please contact Angela Ellis at 617 253 5796 or email@example.com.
For further information on giving opportunities or creating a named fund to benefit the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, please contact:
Senior Development Officer
Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at MIT firstname.lastname@example.org 617 253 5796
MIT has an extraordinary, time-limited opportunity to play a central role in this historical scientific initiative to discover habitats and signs of life outside of our solar system. Our goal is to raise at least $1,000,000 to build one new SPECULOOS (1-meter) telescope to be installed in Tenerife, Spain by 2018, and to help with operating costs, graduate research assistants and travel. We have potential gifts in the pipeline totaling $700,000 so far! Will you help us find more exoplanets around ultra cool stars like TRAPPIST-1? To accelerate this exoplanet research and bring MIT into the SPECULOOS consortium, please consider a gift to the SPECULOOS project! Call Angela Ellis at 617-253-5796 or email email@example.com for information.