Hack Madness, Everywhere
Held March 3-14, 2014
Hack Madness is an online, interactive competition for the MIT
community to vote for their favorite MIT hacks. The full bracket will be
revealed on Friday, February 28
and details on the full competition will be available at
on that date
March 8 at 9 am to 1230 pm
Community Center Robotics Club Training, Madison
Madison, if you are interested in mentoring students but don't have the
time to be a mentor for robotics competitions, there is now an
opportunity to mentor community center robotics clubs depending on your
availability for 1-5 hours a week. If you are interested please see flyer, come to the Training Saturday, March 8th 9:30am to
12:30pm, or contact Lydia Roussos.
March 8 2-5 pm
Hack Madness Ice Cream Social, Madison
Sick of winter? Miss the warm Boston winters? Come reminisce about your
favorite hacks with fellow alumni, family and friends over ice cream, well because it is
Wisconsin. We'll discuss the merits of individual hacks as March Hackness voting will be into the Elite Eight stage. Please rsvp
Wisconsin FIRST Regional Competition, Milwaukee
The MIT Club of Wisconsin is excited to be a sponsor for this year's FIRST Wisconsin Regional Competition on March 20-22, 2014 in
the US Cellular Arena in Milwaukee. This is a free event, which you are welcome to bring your family and friends!
see 60 FIRST FRC
teams ( 31 Wisconsin teams and 29 teams from seven other states) compete in this year's challenge, Aerial Assist.
Qualifying matches will occur on Friday from 9-12 and 1-545 and on
Saturday from 9-1215. Please be sure to join us for the final round will
occur on Saturday from 130 to 430 pm.
Come by the MIT
-sponsored interactive booth! If
you are interested in volunteering or displaying something
sciency/roboticy please contact Christie Lin
MIT Technology Achievement Awards, Milwaukee
This year, it will be from 5 --> 9 PM at the MillerCoors Visitors Center in Milwaukee. Our keynote speaker will be Professor Albrecht Karle,
of the Physics Department at UW-Madison. He is one of the Major
Investigators in the IceCube Neutrino Project, which
announced its successful detection of neutrinos from outer space in late
2013. A description of this work is given on the website. We will be announcing the Individual, Medium-Sized and Large Company Awardees shortly.
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.