A Publication for West Coast Alumni and Friends
Many thanks for your warm reception of WPI West, the print and online magazine we publish exclusively for our West Coast alumni and friends.
This issue brings fresh campus news and profiles of alumni who tell us that their careers did, indeed, spring from their WPI education.
Carolyn Jones `79 is a San Francisco industrial hygienist. Thanks to her initiative, we set up several student projects at the San Francisco Department of Public Works. She is an important WPI ambassador.
Wil Houde `59, a born troubleshooter, is a leading WPI ambassador whose career evidences his undergraduate education. He focused on the future by playing a pivotal role in establishing the university's Silicon Valley Project Center.
In Audrey Carlan `57, the first woman to earn a WPI degree, is the literal embodiment of an original ambassador. Her story is a litany of firsts.
Justin Greenough `01 is an ambassador in the making. The projects he completed in Bangkok and San Jose suggest that he will join the long line of WPI alumni who concern themselves with technology's social consequences.
You, too, can play an important role as an ambassador for WPI. The Silicon Valley Project Center, WPI West, and other activities in the making show that we see the West Coast playing a pivotal role in our march toward achieving an enhanced global reputation for WPI, which, as the accomplishments of our alumni prove, is merited.
I ask for your interest and action. Let us know what you might like to do on behalf of WPI, and we will do what we can to put your ideas into action. Please e-mail your thoughts to email@example.com.
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