Welcome to the MIT Club of Wisconsin!


We are the MIT Club of Wisconsin and our mission is to enhance the value of the MIT degree, build community, and celebrate our shared experience.

The MIT Club of Wisconsin represents alumni throughout the state as well as Friends of the Club. We also represent alumni from Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Alumni from Illinois and Minnesota are also welcome at our events. This website is your gateway to activities and news about the club, a way to find out what your fellow alumni are doing and stay connected.

Upcoming Events

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Student Send-off and Welcome BBQ - Sun 7/23 3-6PM

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Experimental Aircraft Association Air Show: Sat 7/29 all day

 

Come see the Oshkosh EAA air show! We'll have an MIT tent right near the front.

This is a big event, so friends and family are most welcome. We are also inviting MIT alums from out of state. We will have some food, so register to let us know you are coming. Should make an excellent day trip. See more details here.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

27th Annual Wisc Space Conference Keynote

 

MIT Alum Thomas Corbitt, Ph. D., is giving the keynote address on gravitational waves at the 2017 Wisconsin Space Conference at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. It kicks off at 7:30 AM. You don't have to register here, but you will need to register for the conference. All the details here.

Friday, September 08, 2017

Tour of Ariens

Ariens, a family-owned business, is a leader in manufacturing snow blowers and lawn tractors for commercial and high-end consumer markets since 1933. We will be touring the plant.


Check back soon for more events.

Letter from the President:

The MIT Club of Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is the official alumni club that continues to serve over 500 alumni throughout the region. Our activities serve MIT alumni, current students, and friends of the Club. We strive to provide behind-the-scenes industry tours, lectures on the latest research, and unique social events. We also serve as a resource to the local K-12 STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) community providing a platform to the local community, MIT students and alumni, and friends. We host events for Club members throughout the year, so please join us at one of our upcoming events!

Best,

Christie Lin
President

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