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Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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On behalf of the WPI community, I am pleased to present the 2010-2011 Honor Roll of Donors, which recognizes our alumni, parents, friends, corporations, foundations, and other organizations for their generosity during the fiscal year (July 1, 2010, through June 30, 2011). This year, you were part of a remarkable group who together committed more than $30 million in gifts and pledges, providing lasting support for our students, faculty, programs, and the beautiful living and learning environment that is the WPI campus.
In support of WPI’s ongoing sustainability initiative, we are presenting the 2010-2011 Honor Roll entirely online again this year. If you have any comments or questions, or would prefer to list your name differently, please contact us at email@example.com.
This is an exciting time to be part of the WPI community. Our incoming freshman class set new records in quality and diversity once again. Our students and faculty are pursuing research and projects certain to contribute to solutions that will have a positive impact on a significant number of lives. Our alumni are breaking new ground in their work in industries across the spectrum and around the world. All of these achievements raise the national profile of this remarkable institution and serve as the inspiring backdrop for the upcoming public launch of the most ambitious fundraising endeavor in WPI history. The words of Albert Einstein seem most apropos: “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.”
Your support of WPI fuels the imagination of our students and faculty, the minds that will invent tomorrow’s bright future. On behalf of the WPI community, I thank you.
Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations, ad interim
Robert Foisie '56 and Priscilla and George Messenger Jr. '51
WPI receives more than $15 million for scholarship support
Honoring devoted alumnus and husband
Supporting the Sports and Recreation Center
Herman Medwin '41
A legacy of music and learning
Honeywell, UTC, and other corporations
Investing in WPI Fire Protection Engineering
Promoting STEM to young people
Kern Family Foundation
Preparing engineers for entrepreneurship
Leonard White '41
Investing in students
The Morgan Family
Endowing WPI center for excellence in teaching and learning
Celebrating Worcester project center's first decade
WPI honors its most generous donors
Denise and Len Redon '73
Life Sciences and Bioengineering at Gateway Park