This is your call to action. Please consider giving to Trine University’s 2010 Annual Fund campaign. The Annual fund provides the resources to transform our students into future leaders, giving them the extensive knowledge and experience needed to change the world.
Your contribution will:
- Provide scholarship dollars to deserving students
- Help provide financial support for academic resources, cutting-edge technology and facility improvements
- Demonstrate confidence in your alma mater. Alumni participation in the annual fund is a key factor in obtaining grants. Many foundations look at total alumni giving percentages before awarding grants or making contributions.
Your gift is tax-deductible and every donation, no matter how large or small, helps us continue our mission and vision for this university, which has educated students for over 125 years.
Alumni gathered at the Museum of Science and Industry on Saturday, March 20 to hear campus news, academic updates and network with classmates.
Angola–area alumni — this event is for you! Join classmates and local alumni at Trine University!
We would like to welcome area alumni back to campus for a special evening in the Franks Executive Conference Suite on the fourth floor of the C.W. Sponsel Administration Center on Wednesday, May 5 at 5:30 p.m.
Whether you have recently visited or haven′t been back to campus in years, now is your chance to hear the latest university news, get an outlook on fall athletics, including a Thunder football report from coach Matt Land, tour the newly renovated C.W. Sponsel Administration Center, enjoy great appetizers by Bon Appétit and catch up on everything that Trine has to offer you.
Bring your friends and family. The cost is $10 per person, and a cash bar will be available. For questions or to RSVP, please contact Sarah Brown, Director of Alumni Relations and Events, at 260.665.4316. You can also register online at www.trine.edu/alumni.
Upcoming regional events:
- Angola, Ind.
Wednesday, May 5
Trine University main campus
Franks Executive Conference Suite located in C.W. Sponsel Administration Center
- South Bend, Ind.
Wednesday, June 23
Studebaker National Museum
- St. Louis, MD
Saturday, July 10
Lake Forest Country Club
- Indianapolis, Ind.
Tuesday, July 20
Victory Field for an Indians Baseball Game
- Fort Wayne, Ind.
Monday, July 26
Parkview Field for a TinCaps Baseball Game
On March 3, Vice President for Alumni and Development Bob Remington met with Ed Hemmert and Jim Golden, both ME ’66, at Advanced Mechanical Products Inc. in Blue Ash, Ohio. Ed and Jim are engineers working on electric vehicles for General Motors. To read more about their company, visit www.ampelectricvehicles.com.
If you would like us to visit you for an "On Location" feature that highlights your career direction in the Thunderbolt e-newsletter, call the Office of Alumni & Development at 260.665.4114 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.