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MIT Club of South Texas!

  • Serving Alumnae and Alumni in the Greater Houston, Galveston, and College Station Areas
  • Sponsoring Activities for MIT South Texas Alumnae and Alumni
  • Assisting MIT in Recruiting Students and Promoting its Reputation Promoting Engineering, Science, and Math Education in Our Local Area

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K-12 STEM News

MIT+K12 Videos Website

MIT+K12 Videos is an educational outreach media program in the Office of Digital Learning. They produce original digital media and live programming that seeks to spark curiosity and a love of learning among middle-high school students, open the door to the science / technology / engineering / math (STEM) world, and promote STEM-literacy among the general public.

Browse the site to learn more about videos, outreach, on-campus opportunities, and how MIT is building a community of learners and teachers at MIT and beyond.

South Texas K-12 STEM Webpage Launch
We have launched our K-12 STEM webpage!
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Volunteer Opportunity with Family Point Resources in the Energy Corridor - Dateline April 2017
The MIT club is looking for volunteers to work with FamilyPoint Resources, a community group in the Nottingham Park area of west Houston that "engages our community in supportive relationships that build hope, meet needs, and transform lives."  Volunteers can choose a number of activities such as:
Afterschool homework help
Coding class/club 
Minecraft club (will begin in the Fall)
Robotics club
Khan Academy
General technology volunteers to help with hardware, software, apps, etc.
Here is their website:  
Please contact Arno Bommer and David Brown at comm.service@mithouston.org if you are interested in helping and let them know your ideas and preferences.  Once we have a team of volunteers, we can meet with FamilyPoint Resources and decide how best to participate.

Arno Bommer ‘82
David Brown EC ‘77

MIT Alumnus Jack Fischer, Col. USAF, SM ’98, will spend five months on the International Space Station!

Launch (scheduled):    2:13am CDT April 20, 2017
Arrive ISS (scheduled):     8:23am CDT April 20, 2017

MIT Alumnus Jack Fischer, Col. USAF, SM Course 16, ’98, is scheduled to launch on April 20, 2017 is scheduled to launch on his first space mission April 20, 2017 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on a Soyuz spacecraft with cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin of the Russian space agency Roscosmos. They are scheduled to return to Earth in September. Their flight plan calls for an arrival at the station six hours after launch. They will join Expedition 51 Commander Peggy Whitson of NASA, cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy of Roscosmos and ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Thomas Pesquet. The team will continue several hundred experiments in biology, biotechnology, physical science and Earth science currently underway and scheduled to take place aboard humankind's only orbiting lab.

Follow the NASA Launch Coverage and Latest Mission Status here...

Learn more about Jack at our website  www.mithouston.org/mitastro_fischer2017

Follow Jack on Social Media:

Twitter @Astro2fish

Facebook @Astro2fish

Instragram  @Astro2fish

The best real time source of launch/mission status is via Social Media:
On Facebook   @ISS
On Twitter   @Space_Station
On Instagram   ISS

Call For MIT Board Volunteers / Annual Elections

Annual Board Elections:  Our Club forms a nominations committee in the March/April timeframe each year - alumni interested in elected volunteer positions should contact Al Cisar, President-Elect.

The MIT Club of South Texas is looking for alumni who would like to volunteer in the following areas:  Committee members/chairs, Board members, or Club officers.  A lot of volunteers just start by showing up at board meetings to help out, and then later serve as Committee members, Committee Chairs, Board members, or Board Officers.  We always pair new volunteers with a seasoned volunteer on a specific event / activity, so new volunteers get through the learning curve quickly.

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Annual Club Membership Drive – Calendar Year 2017

The MIT Club of South Texas invites you to join or renew your membership for 2017.  Membership in the club runs coincident with the calendar year.  Need to sign up for 2017 membership or need to check your membership status?  Please visit our website Membership page.

We’re Looking for Speakers…Got an Interesting Topic?

Can you give an interesting presentation about your profession (or avocation)?  This can be a professional talk, an overview of an area, or a collection of “war stories” about your professional experiences. We’re looking for local alums to speak at an upcoming club event.  Learn more...

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