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Alumni

Dear Alumni,

This past academic year, we welcomed two distinguished alumni speakers to campus for our fall and spring Lyon & Bendheim Lectures: Neil Blumenthal, A02, co-founder and co-CEO of Warby Parker, who spoke about his socially conscious eyewear company and Reed Krakoff, A86, A17P, Creative Director, Reed Krakoff Collection, who discussed his experience designing for iconic fashion houses such as Coach, Ralph Lauren, and Anne Klein. In November, winners from the $100K New Ventures Competition traveled to New York to pitch their early-stage ventures to local alumni. In February, Kirk Loevner, E79, former Engineering Board of Advisor member, hosted a donor–volunteer reception with alumni at his home in San Francisco featuring Professor Linda M. Abriola. Other on-campus events included the third Stephen and Geraldine Ricci Interdisciplinary Prize Lecture, in which members from the prize-winning team presented their project to create a wireless device to monitor blood oxygen concentration in the brain. In April, the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering hosted a research symposium to honor the late Professor Emeritus Gregory Botsaris.


Engineering Alumni Networking Night - Images by Tufts University

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French Countryside

Dates: August 28-
September 11, 2015

French Countryside

Join us and experience the essence of France through its rich culture, beautiful countryside, and stirring history. Visit Mont St. Michel, the famous D-Day landing beaches, and the American Cemetery overlooking Omaha Beach. Walk amid Monet's gardens in Giverny.

Learn more about this journey with Tufts' Travel-Learn Program.


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Holland & Belgium- River Cruise

Dates: May 1 -
May 9, 2015

Holland & Belgium- River Cruise

Journey with us along the waterways of Holland and Belgium aboard the exclusively chartered, award-winning M.S. Amadeus Silver. We will begin with an evening cruise through Amsterdam's picturesque canals, then stroll through a 700-tree labyrinth and a floral display in Keukenhof Gardens.

Learn more about this journey with Tufts' Travel-Learn Program.