Alumni Council 207th Session | Oct 24–26, 2013 | Hanover, NH
Dear Alumni Councilors,
Please join us for the 207th meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Council, Thursday to Saturday, October 24–26, 2013, in Hanover, New Hampshire. The Executive Committee has been working throughout the summer to plan an exceptional program for you as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Dartmouth Alumni Council.
The 207th session commences on Thursday evening with an orientation session for new councilors, the opening reception in the Kim Gallery of the Hood Museum, and a dinner featuring an extraordinary student panel. On Friday morning you will have the opportunity to hear from President Philip J. Hanlon '77 at your first plenary session.
Other planned highlights of the 207th meeting include an update from the Board of Trustees from chair Steve Mandel '78 and presentations by dean of the College Charlotte Johnson, senior vice president for advancement Bob Lasher '88, director of market research Jean Romeo, and many others. On Friday evening we will celebrate the extraordinary volunteerism of six fellow alumni at the Alumni Awards Gala dinner. The meeting will close on Saturday at 12:30 pm at the conclusion of the plenary session, which will be held in the Arvo Oopik Auditorium at the Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center.
Dress is casual throughout the majority of the weekend, with semi-formal attire required at the Friday evening reception and Alumni Awards Gala dinner. Plenary sessions are open to all alumni. In addition, former councilors are welcome to attend certain committee meetings as observers.
Current councilors will be our guests from Thursday until adjournment on Saturday afternoon. Due to space limitations, some alumni councilors, typically first-year representatives, will share accommodations. There will be a registration fee of $125 to cover meals and housing if you bring a guest. Attendance charges for former councilors are listed on the registration form. It is important that we receive your registration form no later than October 4. After that date, we may not be able to guarantee overnight accommodations.
I look forward to seeing you in October.
Lynne Gaudet '81