Golden Ibis Society

41st Annual Golden Ibis Society Celebration (Classes 1926-1967)

The Golden Ibis Society is a long-standing campus honorary society that recognizes UM graduates from 1926 to 1967. The Golden Ibis Society was started in 1975 by the late Ruth Linder Sutton, A.B. ’30, and was led for 22 years by Helene Putnam Kichefski, B.B.A. ’42, and continues to be an unforgettable event during Alumni Weekend and Homecoming. Friends gathered for the celebration, which included the induction of our newest members, the Class of 1967!

Would you like to serve as a Golden Ibis Society Class Ambassador? If so, visit the volunteer page. Learn more about the Golden Ibis Society by clicking here.

Thanks again to everyone who came out and helped to make this year's alumni weekend a stellar success!

Check out a photo gallery from Alumni Weekend 2017 and explore the conversations on social media #UMAW17 and #CaneForLife.