40th Reunion of the 1976 Experimental Invertebrate Zoology Course
We hope you can visit Woods Hole on the weekend of June 17-19, 2016 – with spouse or partner – to celebrate this milestone!
Four decades ago, thirty-five students, eight instructors and four TA’s were brought together by a common curiosity about marine life. Where did those interests lead? In our online search for current contact information, it seems that few strayed far from the life sciences, whether we pursued basic research in biology or were drawn to other endeavors. The Quad-decennial Reunion provides all of us a chance to learn where those paths led since we assembled forty summers ago.
Please respond by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, even if you’re not sure you can attend. We would love to hear from you, and we hope as many as possible will convene in Woods Hole in June.
EIZ-76 Reunion Committee:
Make a gift now to celebrate this anniversary!
Help support today’s students enrolled in MBL courses.
Anne Schneiderman, Elaine Burke, and Lewis Deaton share their photos from the summer of 1976.
Putting names back with the faces
Lists from the Biological Bulletin (PDFs)