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William A. Mingst | Chair Harvey Mudd College Board of Trustees


Look no further for the nation’s next science and technology leaders and those who will responsibly shape the world. Harvey Mudd College is committed to providing the world with such leaders, and we aim to do so knowing just how crucial our mission has become during this time of economic challenge and opportunity. I am pleased to report that HMC’s achievements—again—are reflected in prestigious


rankings of America’s liberal arts and technical colleges. In 2010, U.S. News and World Re- port placed HMC among the top 20 best liberal arts colleges in the nation. Our generous financial aid program earned us Princeton Review’s “best-value” ranking—fourth among liberal arts colleges. And Payscale, an online salary information company, reported that


HMC alumni earn an average salary, mid-career, of $126,000, ahead of MIT, Caltech, Harvard and Princeton. Our dedication to preparing our students to serve the public good was rewarded by a sixth-place ranking among service-oriented liberal arts colleges by Washington Monthly. The achievements of the Board of Trustees are also noteworthy. The board overwhelmingly approved the


program and schematic design for the new teaching and learning building that will be constructed when we have solidified major donor support. The dynamic design will engage students and faculty and stimulate excitement about learning. Board members continue to support the College’s key programs. They showed their dedication in this regard


by meeting the College’s 100 percent participation goal for trustee annual giving. Two of our newest board members, Neil Chriss and Peter Muller, support the President’s Scholars Program, which enables the education of underrepresented students and supports the College’s vision for diversity. Trustee Andrea “Andy” Leebron-Clay experienced firsthand the extraordinary resolve of our students to find solutions to world problems. She accom- panied a group of Mudd Engineers for a Sustainable World on a 16-day educational mission to Africa where they helped people in a remote village install a solar-powered water pump. The experience, she said, gave her optimism that smart and committed people can change the future. This fiscal year marked the passing of Ken Jonsson, a longtime trustee, whose service to the College exem-


plifies the quality and integrity of our distinguished board. For 40 years, Ken and his wife, Diana, contributed significantly to the College’s endowment and scholarship programs. Your gifts make it possible for our students to make the world a better place. We present this Annual Report


and Honor Roll of Donors to share with you the important work of the College you support and to thank you for your continuing generosity.


William A. Mingst Chair Harvey Mudd College Board of Trustees


A Member of The Claremont Colleges


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