Celebrating 100 Years
In 2014, MIT Sloan will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of Course XV—the beginning of management education at MIT and the precursor to the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Over the past century, faculty, students, alumni, and staff have made significant and lasting contributions to the field of management and management education. We will pay tribute to those individuals and groups whose ideas and work changed thought, theory, and practice in the world of management. And we will recognize MIT Sloan as the environment where those ideas flourished.
This historic milestone will be marked with a series of events, both on campus and in cities around the globe, that provide thought-provoking insight into how Course XV has improved our world.
MIT Sloan is producing a commemorative book to share with everyone connected to the School. We want you to be an integral part of this celebration, making it a true community experience.
We are mining the MIT Archives and MIT Museum to unearth photos, memorabilia, and information to create a lasting history of Course XV and MIT Sloan.
Place your name in history
Preorder your copy of MIT Sloan: Celebrating Our Past, Inventing The Future today and save 25% on the cover price. You’ll also have the opportunity to see your name printed in the book itself for posterity.
To place your order, visit the Third Millennium Publishing microsite at www.mit-sloan-book.com, where you can also contribute your memories.
Please help us with this project by sharing your MIT Sloan historical photographs and objects. Your contribution can be part of an ever-growing collection of school history.
We are looking for items such as:
- Your short, written memories of MIT Sloan
- Photographs and videos depicting your MIT Sloan experience
- Objects and memorabilia (the older the better!) such as mugs, articles of MIT Sloan clothing, ticket stubs, etc.
- Copies of student or School publications, flyers and posters
- Notes and correspondence
To share your memories of MIT Sloan in your own words or to send photographs and other physical memorabilia, all of which can be returned, please contact the MIT Sloan Office of Communications at email@example.com.