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The Alumni Directory has been published in print form since 1976, the year of the first EAP graduations. The directory contains mainly private and professional addresses.
The directory helps to find friends and can be used to support networking among alumni. In order to continuously improve our service, we welcome your feedback in comments below.
Addresses can be managed online by the respective Alumna / Alumnus.
Permanent addresses (usually parents) are only shown in edit mode in the user’s data. They help us to track “missing” alumni. We welcome your help to track missing alumni as well as to update data.
The EAP used to publish Yearbooks with the CVs of the last year students. After the merger with the ESCP, the school discontinued that service because it shouldn’t be offered to only one programme. Since 2003 the Alumni eV decided to produce and publish the Yearbook for the international programmes. The data collection is done via the directory.
Check out the last Yearbook below (18MB)
The directory as well as the website are developed on Lotus Domino. The “Notes” directory database has been celebrating it’s 10th annivery in 2004. Pre-1994, the then “EAP Network” used a French D-Base equivalent with a very simple structure.
Since 1994 this database has continously been improved and enhanced: around seven major upgrades over the years and nearly weekly design updates. The first web prototypes have been presented in 1996, the first “homepage” was published in 1997, the online directory has been launched in the beginning of 2000. Visually the site changed dramatically in the first half of 2003. Since 2004 a lot of Yearbook functionalities have been added, such as the ability to add professional experiences, skills, languages, interests etc.
The directory is still running on a Lotus Domino infrastructure, even though the rest of the site is now based on WordPress. In 2004 we launched a project with our sister organisation in France for a common database which will be based on Postgre-SQL, Perl and XUL (Mozilla). We hope to start using that new system first half of 2007.