MIT Arab Students Organization 9th Annual Science and Technology Awards


Friday, April 6, 2012
6 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
The Ballroom at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Boston
Tickets are on sale now through the following website:
http://proximate.ly/mit_aso_science_and_technology_awards_banquet
Regular tickets $50
Student tickets $25 (limited quantity)
Ticket prices will go up to $75 on Monday, April 2 so buy your tickets now!
Business attire is suggested.

The MIT Arab Students’ Organization Science and Technology Achievement Awards, or simply, “MIT-ASO SciTech Awards,” was initiated in 2003 to honor the achievements of Arabs, and Arab-Amercians, in U.S. institutions, who have had significant contributions in the fields of science and technology. The SciTech Awards are divided to four main categories: the Lifetime Achievement Award, the Young Professional Award, the Graduate Student Award, and the Undergraduate Student Award, in which the winners are selected by a selection committee of four MIT Arab and Arab-American professors who come from different science and technology related backgrounds. The Arab Students’ Organization at MIT established the institution of these awards in hope of fostering a bold new vision of a scientifically inquisitive, technologically pioneering and knowledge empowered, Arab American community. The awards banquet links different generations of Arab and Arab-American science and technology specialists and presents a valuable opportunity for Arab and Arab-American students to interact with accomplished professionals from the community.

For more information, click HERE

 

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