Worcester Polytechnic Institute

A Planning Program for Worcester Polytechnic Institute: The Future of Two Towers - Part Four: A Plan


With this, its final report, the Planning Committee would express its sincere appreciation to the WPI community for the countless instances of helpful cooperation with the planning effort for the past year and a half. In developing the present status of the College the Committee found that one of the positive aspects of WPI is the friendly helpful attitude of the community. From its own experience the Committee know the validity of this factor. Everyone from the grounds crew to the trustees has contributed when asked.

It is always difficult to list specific people or groups in acknowledging aid in a work of this magnitude for fear some significant contributor will be omitted. Yet the Committee cannot leave its task without specific mention of:

The 90 students and 74 staff who served on the various subcommittees,
The editorial staff of The Tech News who responsibly reported the planning activity,
The faculty and students who participated in the often heated but always helpful discussions.
The members of the adminstration who willingly supplied information and cleared the way for the Committee to concentrate on the task at hand.

The Committee also express their sincere appreciation to Mrs. Sylvia Nylund for her conscientious and patient efforts as secretary, to Mrs. Marion Mundy for her assistance in preparing the final report, and to Mr. Roy Seaberg who served as executive secretary during the summer of 1969.

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