2014 Carnegie Science Awards
Friday, May 9, 2014
Carnegie Music Hall
440 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh
Join Carnegie Science Center for the 18th annual Carnegie Science Awards. The event, which was founded in 1997, honors innovation in science and technology through recognition of the achievements of our region's top scientists, engineers, educators, and innovators. Join us at this fundraiser supporting Carnegie Science Center. The evening's highest honor, the Chairman's Award, will be awarded to Dr. Jared Cohon, former president of Carnegie Mellon University, and Mark Nordenberg, chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh, in recognition of the tremendous benefits to the region deriving from their exemplary collaboration. See all Awardees here.
Carnegie Science Awards features a strolling dinner, cocktail service, live music, and silent auction and raffle. All proceeds from the Carnegie Science Awards event benefit science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs at Carnegie Science Center.