The MIT Alumni Leadership Conference (ALC), Sept. 25‒26, is a time for alumni to reconnect and learn new skills while also recognizing the work of alumni volunteers. A spotlight event for ALC is the Leadership Awards Celebration honoring MIT’s most dedicated volunteers. In this Slice of MIT podcast, you’ll hear personal stories from this year’s four alumni winners of the Bronze Beaver award, the Association’s highest honor.
In this podcast you’ll learn about the newest Bronze Beaver recipients: Robert V. Ferrara ’67; Jonathan M. Goldstein ’83, ’84, SM ’86; Theresa M. Stone SM ’76; and Robert N. Gurnitz ’60, SM ’61, PhD ’66. You’ll hear stories of rock stars and the second law of thermodynamics along with MIT memories and tales of volunteering long after graduation.
Head to the ALC website to learn more about the volunteer contributions of all the winners of this year’s honors—the Bronze Beaver Award, the Henry B. Kane ’24 Award, the Harold E. Lobdell ’17 Distinguished Service Award, the George B. Morgan ’20 Award, and the Great Dome Award.
Listen to podcast linked above or on the Alumni Association’s SoundCloud page. And don’t forget to subscribe on iTunes and rate the podcast and leave a review. Tweet your thoughts on this episode to @mit_alumni. Follow this year’s Alumni Leadership Conference and join the conversation on social media with the hashtag #MITALC.