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American Technion Society

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
111 W. Washington Street, Suite 1220
Chicago, IL 60602
Phone: (312) 553-2222
Email: technion.chi@ats.org
Web: http://www.ats.org
Contact: Joy Leff

Based in New York City, the American Technion Society (ATS) provides critical support to the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, ranked among the world's leading science and technology universities. ATS Donors have provided more than $2 billion since its inception in 1940. The ATS and its network of chapters across the U.S. provide funds for scholarships, fellowships, faculty recruitment and chairs, research, buildings, laboratories, classrooms and dormitories, and more. The mission is to enable the Technion to be among the world's leading institutions improving the well-being of Israel and all humanity through leadership in science and technology.

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