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1997-1998

WPI Alumna Returns to Lead Alumni

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/Aug. 27, 1997
Contact: WPI Media Relations, 508-831-5616

WORCESTER, Mass Martina (Tina) Gorski-Strong who received a bachelor's degree in management from WPI in 1985 , returned to campus this summer as director of alumni affairs. Gorski-Strong, who grew up in Webster, Mass., recently returned to that town after several years in Northampton, Mass. She came to WPI after two years as director of college counseling at Wilbraham & Monson Academy. Before that she was assistant director of admissions at Smith College and held a similar position at Daniel Webster College.

Her new post is an extension of the work she has done as an alumna volunteer with the Alumni Council, the GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Committee and the Class Board of Directors program.

An independent technological university founded in 1865, WPI is renowned for its project-based educational plan. Under the WPI Plan, students are provided with unique opportunities to integrate classroom studies with preprofessional projects conducted on-campus and at off-site locations.