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A preliminary architectural rendering of the teaching and learning building shows the proposed environmentally friendly design.

• Leaders in their fields – 22% are or have been corporate executives;

• Entrepreneurial – 18% have started their own company; • Creative and inventive – 19% are inventors and 18% hold patents;

• Life-long learners – 3% hold advanced degrees, 17% soon will, and another 20% decided a degree from HMC is all they need to achieve their goals; 21% received academic awards since HMC; 21% have been involved in research since HMC; and, 48% are published;

• Active community leaders who understand the importance of giving back – 29% have led or founded a community or other non-profit organization, and 42% are or have been teachers • Living by the HMC Honor Code

Advancing Communications The trustees, president, faculty and staff are collaborating to increase HMC’s national and global visibility. Leading this effort is the communications team, led by Advancement’s newest Senior Director Judy Augsburger. In just six months, Judy and her staff, which now includes a director of digital marketing and communications, have overseen the successful launch of a new, dynamic social media program and the implementation of strategic upgrades to the College’s web presence. Improving the look and functionality of the website will continue to be a priority in the coming year. Danyel Barnard Reed, director of advancement initiatives, together with Judy, launched the Presidential White Papers, which explain HMC’s impact and vision for the future of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. The first White Paper has received accolades at the national level.

Celebrating Trustee Generosity HMC benefits immeasurably from the wise counsel born of the trustees’ vast experience in all areas of business and industry. HMC is extremely fortunate for their generous financial support, which continues at a record level. The past fiscal year alone, the College benefited from the visionary leadership support of Trustee Michael Shanahan and Mary Shanahan, who gave nearly $600,000 in support of HMC’s most pressing needs. Joining Mike and Mary with an annual gift of their own was Trustee

John Benediktsson ’01 and his wife, Rajashree Karwa, who contributed just over $100,000. We are also grateful to Trustee Bruce Worster ’64 and his wife, Susan Worster, who contributed nearly $180,000, a portion of which funds the Iris and Howard Critchell Aeronautical Annual Scholarship. We could go on and on. We are grateful for the generosity of all HMC trustees.

Planning for the Future HMC reached significant milestones in the planning for the new teaching and learning building this year. Perhaps the most tangible embodiment of the HMC Strategic Vision, this new building is designed to meet HMC’s academic needs for the next 75 years. To be constructed on the site of the cramped and outmoded Thomas-Garrett Building, the new building will provide nearly 70,000 square feet of flexible teaching and learning spaces, including optimal settings for public conferences, large-scale workshops, art exhibitions and musical/theatrical performances. With classrooms ranging from a 300-person auditorium to more intimate 12-person seminar rooms, HMC will see a 50 percent increase in on-campus teaching spaces (from 22 to 33) when the new building opens. While the campus community is eager to break ground and

get started with construction, much of fiscal year 2009–2010 necessarily was spent engaged in design and construction planning. As the design development phase nears completion, the College will begin to seek leadership support for the new building. These early fundraising efforts will be guided by the recently completed campaign planning assessment, facilitated by Marts & Lundy and benefiting greatly from the input of trustees and so many alumni, parents and other friends of the College. HMC continues to be grateful to trustee Wayne Drinkward ’73, whose visionary support has facilitated design and construction planning efforts. We are grateful to and inspired by every one of the College’s

supporters. You exemplify the understanding that a gift to Harvey Mudd College is an investment in the future—of science, of scientists, of ideas, of innovation, of world-changing discoveries. Those things happen here, and they are made possible by you. Thank you.

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