To the Class of 1960--
As you know, our Class established its Endowment Fund for Innovation in Education (EFIE), at our 25th Reunion. Since then, EFIE has supported 48 Institute faculty, as selected by the Provost across all schools and departments. Their creative innovations and academic dedication continually propel the excellence of the MIT experience. [see: Class 1960 EFIE ]
The current Class of 1960 Fellow is Prof Ian Waitz, vice chancellor and former dean of engineering. Chancellor Waitz will discuss the design of the First Year Experience at MIT, innovations to which are supported by EFIE.
Date: Tuesday, 2/6/2018
Time: 3:00 PM to 3:45 PM ET
The MIT Alumni Association is organizing Ian’s online chat as part of its ongoing Faculty Forum series. For additional information and registration: FacultyForumWaitz
While it’s been quite awhile since our First Year, you well may be interested in designs for the future at MIT, that our Class is impacting.
Thank you for supporting MIT. With [BRB1] best wishes for a happy 2018,
MIT Class of 1960
[BRB1]Toni-- Your comments/revisions on this line would be appreciated.
Thank you for joining us on the MIT Class of 1960 home page
Fall 2017 Newsletter
Join us for Fall 2017 get together
Join us for Spring 2017 Mini-Reunion
Successful gathering at Legal SeaFoods Cambridge on October 22, 2016
See pictures on 2016 October Mini-Reunion
under Photos & Videos Tab, Photo Album
To register for the 2016 Mini-Reunion on October 22, 2016 click on the following link, print the downloaded pdf and follow included reservation instructions
Moving Day Pageant Video:
Class of 1960 Fellow 2018 - 2020 awarded.
The Provost has designated Professor Ian Waitz as the recipient of the Class of 1960 EFIE Fellowship for a two-year term commencing July 2018. The award is in support of his leadership of innovative approaches to excellence in engineering education, and in support of the development of a new and fresh first-year student academic experience in his new role of Vice Chancellor.
Class of 1960 Fellow 2016 - 2018 awarded.
The Provost has designated Professor Dennis Frenchman as the recipients of the Class of 1960 EFIE Fellowship for a two-year term commencing July 2016. The award is in support of the DESx Educational Program
The Design Accelerator (DESx), will train students to be design and urban entrepreneurs. Centered in the School of Architecture and Planning, DESx will engage students and faculty from many disciplines across MIT in the task of redesigning their environments to be more resilient, productive, healthy, and equitable.
55th Reunion Report from Dan Whitney /s/1314/images/gid51/editor_documents/report_on_class_of_1960_55th_reunion.docx
Dinner cruise pic from Gurnitz Venus, Jupiter, and the Boston Harbor
On 5/21/2015 EFIE Fellows Profs Staffilani and Jerison report their progress on their project: Part 1 of our Calculus online course will go live as a MOOC on the MITx platform on June 2. There are 15,000 already registered. 18.01x is the online version of 18.01. This is going to be released in 3 parts. We are done with the first part and are continuing with Part 2 and Part 3 next year. We are also learning a lot about best ways to deliver the content and we believe we will go faster as we progress.
See how the Class of 1960 Endowment Fund for Innovation in Education (EFIE), established in 1985, aligns with Recommendation 1 of the Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education.
Here you will find information about the class, its philanthropy, and leadership, plus an archive of Class Notes and helpful links to more information about reunions or annual giving.
Below is a photograph of 1960 alumni preparing to march in the MIT Commencement Procession at our 50th reunion in 2010. This was the largest gathering our class since our own Commencement in 1960!
Having passed this 50th anniversary milestone, all our classmates are now members of the MIT Cardinal and Gray Society, which has its own set of events during Tech Reunions each year.
Replacement "Brass Rats"
Several classmates have asked about replacement class rings here is the info supplied by the manufacturer: L.G. Balfour Company
You will need to contact the Balfour representative who tends to MIT class rings her name is Peg Mead and you may email her at email@example.com she will be happy to assist you farther.
Manufacturing methods changed in the early 70’s from die-struck to lost wax casting. As a result, Balfour no longer has the dies to produce rings from before 1976.
However, many alumni use the 1976 ring which is very close to their original ring. They change the date from 76 to whatever year you choose. Note that there will still be a subtle 76 in the sticks under the beaver.
The ring is available in Jumbo, Large, Small and Tiny sizes. Prices are mit_ring_pricing_for_all_years_out_of_contract.pdf
There is a shipping and handling charge of $14.95 and sales tax for the location the ring is shipped.
Balfour would need the following information:
Bezel size: (Jumbo, Large, etc.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bezel_(jewellery)
Your ring size (go to a jeweler if you do not know it):
Yellow or white gold
Antique or natural (shiny) finish
Engraving for inside the ring: 18 letters/numbers or spaces
Engraving style: Block (all capitals) or Script (upper and lower case)
Optional Cherry box engraved with MIT seal $15.00 additional:
Delivery is approximately 8 weeks and the ring is shipped via Fed Ex. A delivery signature is required.
You can pay by check or credit card. If you choose credit card, please call her number 617.750.2723
Class of 1960 Fellows 2014 - 2016 awarded.
The Provost has designated Professors David Jerison and Gigliola Staffilani as the recipients of the Class of 1960 EFIE Fellowship for a two year term commencing July 2014. The award is in support of their efforts to bring MIT's Single Variable Calculus Course (18.01) to the MITx platform. Read about the project to see the full scope of the plan.
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