Alumni Newsletter

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In the Fall 2016 issue of the AMP Alumni Network Newsletter you can read about AMP ’11 alumnus Daniel Graham’s educational and professional journey that has led him to the great state of Washington, publication of the new How to Do Systems Analysis book by Gibson, Scherer, Gibson, and Smith, and see a picture of AMP ’15 with the “Kings of Freedom” Berlin Wall exhibit.

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Please send us your suggestions and contributions for the next AMP Alumni Network Newsletter. Alumni spotlight info, recommended reading, “where are they now?” and other items of interest will be greatly appreciated!

Previous Editions

In the AMP Alumni Network Newsletter Fall 2014 issue you can learn about the benefits of applying a systems approach to challenges in humanitarian relief efforts in AMP ’11 alumnus Shawn Kern’s article about the response to super Typhoon Haiyan, see a list of information events for prospective AMP students and an invitation to School of Engineering Homecoming events, and gain insights about the Big Data revolution in Professor Barry Horowitz’ review of the book by Viktor Mayer-Schonberger and Kenneth Cukier.

The AMP Alumni Network Newsletter Summer 2014 announces the AMP Alumni Football Weekend, spotlights AMP ’08 alumnus Brian Tamburello, who has taken on new challenges in international locations, and celebrates our newest alumni, AMP ’14.

Learn how AMP ’13 alumni Paul Zmick and Chris Durham are using their skills in new ways, enjoy the message from Professor Bill Scherer, put a good book on your list of recommended reads, and see photos of alumni events in the AMP Alumni Network Newsletter Spring 2014 issue.

Read the interview with Professor Yacov Haimes, learn about upcoming events, see photos and more in the
AMP Alumni Network Newsletter Winter 2013-14 edition. To receive future issues via email, please subscribe to our list in MailChimp.


The inaugural issue of the AMP Alumni Network Newsletter was sent on September 17, 2013. You can view the Fall 2013 newsletter in your browser. We hope you enjoy the first newsletter! If you have ideas for future issues, please email