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But for the families of the thousands feared dead or missing, a long-term recovery from the devastating storm also depends on managing the remains honestly and honorably. That's the role Carnegie Mellon's Alex John London and Jay D. Aronson are helping to play.
Even though Deepak Gupta (E'89, TPR'89) graduated from Carnegie Mellon more than 20 years ago, his experience as a freshman has stayed close.
Gupta and his wife, Sunita, are avid supporters of many student organizations and outreach programs at the university - particularly the College of Engineering's First-Year Experience Program.