MIT Bahá'í Alumni Association
|To facilitate activities of the Bahá'ís at MIT, the MIT
Bahá'í Alumni Association (MITBAA) is forming as an
recognized group. Please contact Ramin Abrishamian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
or Amechi Nwachuku <email@example.com>
to join this group, which will be acting quickly to help accomplish several
re-opening of the Bahá'í
Institute of Higher Education (BIHE) in Iran.
to present an award at MIT Graduation, June 1999, to an individual who
overcame enormous obstacles in the pursuit of higher education, in
honor of one of the Bahá'í educators arrested in October
1998 in Iran.
to inspire at least 36 other universities around the world to organize
Bahá'í alumni and present similar awards. (at least one for
each educator arrested).
to support current Bahá'í students at MIT.
to encourage Bahá'í youth to attend MIT.
to support, facilitate and highlight activities at MIT that encourage tolerance,
compassion, service to humanity, independent investigation of truth, equality
of men and women, and harmony of science and religion.
The MIT Alumni/ae association
Some of the Bahá'í alumni/ae:
Ramin Abrishamian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Nader Anvari <email@example.com>
Brian Aull <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Ph.D.,
Electrical Engineering, 1985. I serve on the Executive Committee of the
Coalition for a Strong UN, and in the past served as chair of the Cambridge
Kenneth Bergenthal <email@example.com>:
Class of '90 Mathematics and Computer Science 18c. Work phone: 516-465-5758,
home phone: 914-722-4923, home address: 85 Wiltshire Rd. #B-4 Scarsdale,
Bill Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hamed Eshraghian <email@example.com>
Diana V. Garcia-Martinez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jeffrey Gruber <email@example.com>
Alan Hoffman <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Master of Science in Urban Studies and Planning, February 1996. Thesis
title: "Toward a Positioning Strategy for Transit Services in Metropolitan
San Juan: An Initial Typology of Public Perception of Transit Options."
Prior degrees: M.Ed. (Harvard, 1989), M.S. (Florida State, 1987), B.A.
Tom Kalantar <email@example.com>:
Ph.D., Chemistry, 1990. 1827 Eastlawn, H-11; Midland, MI 48642; h (517)
832-9958, w (517) 636-4259.
James S. Law <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Greetings
from the Netherlands! We have been pioneering here since 1980. I was a
student at Harvard from 1968-1971 and received a master's degree in Chemical
Engineering Practice from MIT in 1972.
Robert (Puck) Mitchell <email@example.com>
Amechi Nwachuku <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Roy Steiner <email@example.com> (correct?): I am a Baha'i alumni
of MIT that graduated in 1984 in biology and mech E. I am now living in
Forrest Thiessen <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
I was at MIT from 1980-1986 (SB in '84 and SM in '86, both Course VI),
and became a Baha'i in 1984.
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