alumni and alumnae
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes minutes and other records of the Board of Directors of the Alumni Association of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from the organization of the board in 1968 through 1983. Also in the collection are board resolutions, by-laws, and by-law revisions.
The collection includes early Alumni Association reports and meeting records, information on the Committee on Publication, which led to the establishment of Technology Review, Board of Directors minutes, financial records and budgets, information regarding reunions, Alumni Officers conference files, records of the National Selection Committee, and information regarding the choosing of MIT’s colors. Also included are audio tapes of speakers at alumni events.
Association of Alumni and Alumnae of MIT, records of Executive Vice President Donald P. Severence and William J. Hecht
The collection comprises records produced by Donald P. Severence and William J. Hecht, Executive Vice Presidents of the Association of Alumni and Alumnae of MIT. The materials span the years of 1962 to 1970 and 1980 to 1997.
The collection of the Boston Stein Club records includes the bylaws and articles of the club, correspondence about activities, announcements and programs, and club minutes related to this organization of Boston area MIT Jewish alumni.
The MIT Club of Washington, DC was established in 1899 in order to serve area alumni and alumnae. This collection documents the activities and membership of the club from the 1940s to the present (2004). The records include flyers and announcements of major club events and annual club meetings, minutes of meetings for the years 1956-1994, correspondence, and club newsletters from 1970 to 2004.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Office of the Dean for Student Affairs, residence and campus activities records
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, School of Engineering, Office of the Assistant Dean for Resource Development records
The collection contains materials that document the academic student experience on the MIT campus. The collection includes handwritten and printed notebooks, exams, assignments, p-sets, and notes created by those teaching the class and by those taking the class.
The collection spans from approximately 1903 to 2008. Records include newsletters, correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, news releases, directories, and photographs of both active and inactive clubs and affinity groups.