List: Which colleges and universities claim the most seats on technology NPO boards?

The Brief
As a group who, we admit, gets very excited about technology, we here at RelSci wanted to know who guided the minds who guide the minds in the industry today. Specifically, we scanned our over 3 million profiles to find the schools most represented on the boards of the country’s technology and engineering NPOs. Because the Ivy League schools don’t have enough things to brag about already. 

Did your alma mater make the cut?


No. 2: Princeton University, Yale University, Stanford University

No. 3: Cornell University

No. 4: Harvard University, Columbia University

No. 5: Johns Hopkins University, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, The George Washington University, University of California – Berkeley, University of Wisconsin – Madison

No. 6: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology, Pennsylvania State University

No. 7: Birmingham – Southern College, Dartmouth College, The University of Chicago, Tufts University, United States Naval Academy

No. 8: Bucknell University, Purdue University, University of Pittsburgh, Rice University, University of Virginia


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