As alumni, you can attend a variety of exciting events throughout the year. View the complete events calendar here.
Become an active participate in Gallatin's distinguished community of alumni--and add your energy and expertise to a vibrant network that continues to expand across the country. However you choose to contribute, we look forward to your involvement!
Visit Campus on Alumni Day 2014
On November 8, 2014, Gallatin will host four of the Alumni Day events: The Classics Tour of the Lower East Side & the Bowery, Gallatin Dean’s Luncheon, America Ahead: A Talk with David Burstein (GAL ’12), Give the Crowd a Seat at the Table, A Talk by Ivan Askwith (GAL ’03), and the evening performance of the all-female production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, which is part of the fall Roman Tragedies Festival. A full Alumni Day schedule is available; alumni can register on the Alumni Day site.
Stay in Touch
We would love to hear about your successes and to keep you in the loop about your fellow alumns! Let us know about your accomplishments--or send us your email and mailing addresses if you're not receiving our communications--by submitting an alumni update.
Connect with Local Gallatin Grads
With established groups in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington DC, and Boston, Gallatin's alumni community keeps growing. Receive information and invitations to local receptions, performances, career workshops, faculty lectures - and more. Get involved as a participant or help volunteer!
Become a Career Contact
You can support recent Gallatin alumni and current students by becoming a mentor or career contact, hosting an intern, or sharing professional opportunities. Our network of active alumni volunteers forge critical professional connections that provide practical guidance in a wide variety of disciplines.
Contact Lauren in Gallatin's Office of Alumni Relations with questions or ideas at
212-992-9868 or firstname.lastname@example.org.