Welcome to the ESG Alumni Page! It is currently under development. However, we do have some information for you, including upcoming reunions, our alumni steering committee membership, and links to resources for helping ESG alums keep in touch with each other. If you visit this page and have suggestions for improvements, contact Holly Sweet (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ESG Alumni Steering Committee
The committee meets 2-3 times year with the ESG Director and Associate Director to help strengthen alumni connections with current staff and students, and to assist the ESG staff in pursuing innovative academics and ESG community activities.
Current committee members:
Richard Hilliard (Chair) ‘76
Peter Fiekowsky ‘77
David Henkel-Wallace ‘88
David Glazer ‘81
Andrea McGimsey ‘87
Gregory Moore ‘73
James Rising ‘03
Raja Bobbili ‘07
Matthew Wilbert ‘80
Ex officio: ESG Interim Director (Professor Leigh Royden), Associate Director (Holly Sweet)
ESG Alumni Events
ESG Alumni Get-Together, June 8, 3:30-6:00 p.m.
As part of the Tech Reunion Weekend (June 7-9, 2013), ESG hosted a get-together for ESG alumni on Saturday June 8th from 3:30-6 p.m. up at ESG. This was a chance for alumni to chat with other ESG alumni. As part of this get-together, we will did some brainstorming in a somewhat structured fashion from 4:30-5:30 about how to strengthen the connections between ESG alumni, as well as develop a program for ESG alumni who have internship or job possibilities for current ESGers or who want to become a mentor in our new alumni-student mentoring program.
Ann (Hening) Lu
Deborah Pekala Wilbert
Toh Ne Win
Useful links for ESG Alumni
ESG Alumni Mentoring Program
Program will start September 1, 2013
ESG Alumni Fundraising Drive
ESG staff and alumni have raised over $500,000 to date to support three ESG initiatives not funded by ESG’s base budget:
a. TA Training Program .
b. ESG Spring Seminar Series (http://esg.mit.edu/energy-initiatives/educational-initiatives-2009-2012)
c. Friday Lunch program http://esg.mit.edu/resources/friday-lunch-guide
The total cost of running these initiatives is $50,000/year which would require a $1,000,000 endowment. We have raised $500,000 so are half way there! We would like to raise another $500,000 by December 2016. If you’d like to contribute, go to our gift-giving site (https://giving.mit.edu/givenow/browse-designations.dyn?categoryId=CS,CSED). Your gifts will be credited to your MIT contribution. Remember, no gift is too small!
We have five recommended levels of gift giving:
Graduate Lizard (above $1,000)
Senior Lizard ($500-1,000)
Junior Lizard ($250-$499)
Sophomore Lizard ($100-$249)
Freshman Lizard (under $100)
If you pledge any amount over $100 for five years, you’ll be a wizard lizard! Special prizes for wizard lizards for donations over $250 for five years.