Societies

Dr. Albert Einstein, upon his return to Germany after his visit to the historical Technion campus in 1923, founded the first Technion Society. In the 21st century, we see a growing number of Technion Societies. To date, there are 16 participating countries. Thousands of Technion society members worldwide support the institute’s development by generously funding scholarships, faculty chairs, and projects, including new buildings, dormitories, laboratories and Interdisciplinary Research Centers of Excellence.

Directory of Societies

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