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  • The Future of RSE +

    RSE is at a crossroads AND we need your input.  Please Take a Moment to Fill Out the Survey on the Future of RSE.  We are conducting a survey to gather information on possible future states from RSE.  Please take a few moments fill out the survey at following site:       https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/V29D3KS Read More
  • RSE Strategic Retreat August 28-30, 2020 at 1501 Sage +

    RSE is at a crossroads. The only way we will be able to make good decisions on the future of RSE is through the input and involvement engaged Alumni and Junior Members. We must formulate a new vision of RSE that adds value to the RSE Junior Members, the RPI community and the Alumni of RSE. To make this formulation in the most efficient and interactive way possible, RSE is holding a Strategic Retreat at the House in Troy, NY. This retreat will evaluate options for RSE and its role in the broad educational and community missions of the organization. Read More
  • Needed: Alumni Input and Involvement in The Alumni Advisory Committee +

    As you read, we are forming an Alumni Advisory Committee to assist the Trustees in getting feedback from the Alumni stakeholders as well current students and RPI.  The Committee is currently being formed and so far, Keith Smith ’79, Dave Hall ’80, Don Thoma ’83, and John Freer ’98 have volunteered.  However, we need more people to provide input and join this Committee, especially from recent graduating classes and those alumni pre 1970’s. Read More
  • Alumni Profile: David Youmans ‘75 +

    By: Christen Bell David Youmans ’75 remembers vividly the welcoming atmosphere, sense of community and various personalities that drew him to join The Rensselaer Society of Engineers (RSE.) In addition to the unique, centrally located and accommodating house, Youmans remembers it feeling like a good place to call “home” on campus. “It was very, very welcoming,” Youmans recalls. “They participated in activities that were interesting to me and the house has a tremendous location centrally on the campus.” Read More
  • Necessary Upgrades Required to the Clubhouse to Weather the COVID-19 Storm +

    These are interesting times, and RSE faces challenges across our organizational structure.  Regarding our building, we have continued making progress on multiple fronts.  As a result of RPI requiring the evacuation of all Greek Housing because of COVID-19, we took a number of measures.  Read More
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Upcoming Events

** DELAYED ** RSE August 2020 Strategic Retreat Postponed Until Fall
Sat, Oct 17, 2020 - Mon, Nov 30, -0001

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Annual Dues and Donations

Annual dues and donations support maintenance and renovations to all areas of the RSE clubhouse and occasional alumni activities. They also support our alumni communications program, including publication and distribution of OveRSEer and other mailings. Annual dues and donations are not tax deductible.

 

RSE Foundation

The RSE Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 charity that provides financial support for the educational objectives and facilities of the RSE clubhouse.

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