As we prepare to celebrate 100 years of the Technion and the exciting century that lies ahead, we want to hear your story of how the Technion has shaped you. Maybe you were on a team that researched a life-saving cure, or made a science-changing discovery that won the Nobel prize. Maybe you met your spouse on campus. Maybe the Technion shaped your family or your profession in big or small ways.
However you connect to the Technion, we want to hear about it! Take a minute to fill out this form and tell us your Technion story, or share a picture or two. We’ll share some of your Technion stories as we approach our Centennial celebration! See Geni and Eli Bahar’s story.
In 1924, the Technion opened its doors to Jews around the world to provide them with the science and technology education they were denied elsewhere. At every stage of Israeli history, the Technion has been there to build, support, and innovate for the Jewish state.
We know it nurtured the learning, creativity, and innovation of thousands of faculty and alumni in that time, too. The Technion has changed industries, improved lives, and connected families. As we prepare to celebrate 100 years of Technion, tell us: How has the Technion changed you?