02 July, 2010
Present Armenians At MIT by Tigran Sloyan
Date: 12 July 2010 Time: 7:00 pm Country: Armenia City: Yerevan Time and Venue: To be announced to registered participants Deadline to Register: 09 July 2010 How to Register: See below Language of the Lecture: English
If you want to know more about Massachusetts Institute of Technology or about Armenians studying there then this lecture is for you. The lecture will start with an introduction to MIT. The participants will learn more about MIT and about ways to get to MIT. The second part of the lecture will introduce some of the Armenians currently studying at MIT as well as the MIT Armenian Society.
Lecturer Bio: Tigran Sloyan is currently a senior at MIT pursuing a double degree in Mathematics and Computer Science and a minor in Economics. He is also the president and one of the founders of the MIT Armenian Society(www.mitas.org). Tigran went to high-school in Yerevan, Armenia. During his high-school years, he was awarded four medals at the International Mathematics Olympiad as a member of the Armenian team.
To participate in this lecture, please, submit an e-mail with short (1-3 lines) introduction (in Armenian or in English) about yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org with “MIT” in the subject line. The authors of emails with different subject line will not be considered for participation in this lecture. So, please, be sure that you mention “MIT” in the subject line of your e-mail when registering for this lecture. The details of the meeting will be shared with those who registered till July 9.