Students and parents on Earle Bridge 2023

From the Desk of Pamela (Giasson) Lynch ’05

Dear Alumni,

Settling into the role of president of the Alumni Association, I find myself thinking about WPI often and recalling many fond memories of the Hill. It’s been wonderful to take these walks down memory lane, and I hope to inspire you to also reflect on your time at WPI. What did your WPI experience mean to you? What impact did the university have on your personal and professional lives? How has the community you built while at WPI continued to play a role in your life?

Pamela Lynch

As you welcome nostalgic thoughts of your alma mater, rest assured in knowing the Alumni Association is doing its part to support the university’s mission and keep the Alumni Association thriving. By working strategically to increase meaningful alumni engagement, our goal is to connect and involve alumni with WPI in a way that will positively impact both the alumni community and the university. And as we work hard to ensure our beloved alma mater and alumni community continue to thrive, we invite you to do your part by engaging with the university. 

We thank those who return to the Hill for Reunion Weekend and Homecoming each year. Your attendance at these signature events helps solidify your appreciation for the university and keeps the alumni community connected. Other ways to engage with and support your alma mater are to follow WPI on social media and attend the wide range of exciting events that occur on campus each year. 

Keep WPI in your hearts and minds. Your alma mater remains a cornerstone of your life journey—let’s continue to build its legacy together.

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