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Save These Important Dates

Mark your calendars for a number of interesting alumni events coming up this spring.

First, on April 30, 2005, the Alumni Association will sponsor a special conference that will explore and celebrate leaders and innovators among MIT alumnae. The weekend conference will include a variety of events and seminars. For more information, contact associate director of alumni education Kim Cole at

Also, mark down April 9, 2005, in the calendar, as that is the date of the Alumni Association’s very popular seminar series, MIT On the Road, which returns this year with a scheduled event in Washington, DC. Alumni near the Washington, DC, area are encouraged to attend and meet what promises to be a remarkable lineup of MIT faculty.

Earlier this year, MIT On the Road held its first event of this academic year in Southern California. The event featured a number of noted MIT professors, including Professor David W. Miller ’82 of MIT’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, director of MIT’s Space Systems Laboratory; Nancy Kanwisher ’80, the Ellen Swallow Richards Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience; and Kip Hodges ’82, professor of geology and codirector of MIT’s Earth System Initiative.

And finally, alumni living near the cities that are home to MIT’s three largest clubs, Boston, New York, and Washington, DC, are reminded that regional clubs hold a number of events throughout the year featuring MIT faculty, leading alumni, and other interesting speakers. All MIT alumni are welcomed at these club events, so if you live near or travel to any of these cities, check out their club schedules of events by visiting the Alumni Association website at

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