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Before the Broadcom MASTERS 2017 finalists presented their research to members of the public, Society for Science & the Public alumni gathered at Union Station's Thunder Grill for an alumni reception. They had a chance to meet new and old friends and see just how wide their network of STEM professionals reaches through their connection with the Society.
Alumni included participants of our three science competitions: Broadcom MASTERS, Regeneron Science Talent Search, and Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. View photos from the alumni reception below.
From left: Annie Ostojic (Broadcom MASTERS 2015), Parsh Bavishi, the Broadcom MASTERS Program Manager at the Society for Science & the Public, and Ben Hylak (Broadcom MASTERS 2011). Ben participated in the first ever Broadcom MASTERS — and was a keynote speaker at this year's awards gala.
Through the Society’s three leading STEM competitions, we’ve come across many ideas worth sharing.
Alexander the Great had Aristotle, Quincy Jones had Ray Charles, Luke Skywalker had Obi-Wan Kenobi—the mentor-mentee relationship is something that runs deep in human culture.