We think turning 50 is a pretty great milestone. As this year approached, the staff and faculty at Conway have done a lot of reflecting on our footprint. Not just the consumption one, but the impact that all the student projects and alum careers over the past 50 years have made in moving the needle toward resilience in many communities. While there is always room for improvement and innovation moving forward, it is essential that we also share and celebrate these accomplishments with the people who made them happen.
Throughout the year, we will host a series of seven monthly virtual regional gatherings among alums across all five decades, providing an opportunity for alums to catch up with classmates, make new connections, and engage in lively conversation. The sixth of these, for alums in the Northwest region, will happen on Sunday, March 12. The event is free but registration is required. Please see below for details, and we look forward to catching up with our alums in this region.
No matter where you are located, you are welome to join any or all of the online gatherings. Visit our 50th anniversary page for the full list of events.
You can read about the first online regional alum gathering (for the Southwest/Mountain Region) here: Alums Enjoy the First Regional Zoom Gathering
Northwest Regional Alum Zoom Gathering
Sunday, March 12, 2023, 5:30-7 Pacific Time via Zoom
Co-moderated by Beth Batchelder ’15, Robert Small ’93, and Kim Smith ’13