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Tech Reunions 2006:
Globalization, Pops, and More. Register Now!

Starting March 13, you can register for events like MIT’s 109th annual Tech Night at the Pops, the 10th annual Reunion Row on the Charles, and tours of a number of MIT labs and facilities.

And don’t miss this year’s June 10 Technology Day program on globalization, featuring faculty speakers such as Woodie C. Flowers, SM ‘68, ME ‘71, PhD ‘73, Pappalardo Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Subra Suresh, ScD ‘81, director of the new Global Enterprise for Micro-Mechanics and Molecular Medicine.

Find information and registration forms online at http://alum.mit.edu/ne/reunions/index.html for these June 8-11 events.

Members of an undergraduate class year ending in one or six can also find information about the special activities your reunion committee has planned or check your mailbox for a registration packet.

Alumni Events Spotlight
Learn more: http://alum.mit.edu/ne/calendar/Index.dyn

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MIT on the Road in Chicago, April 8
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Graduate Alumni Convocation and Reunion, April 21-22
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Tech Reunions 2006, June 8-11
Undergraduate classes ending in one or six return to campus to connect with old friends and learn what’s new at MIT

109th Tech Day, June 10
Faculty speakers on globalization; open to all alumni

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