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2017

  • Dinner of the Century Montreal, Canada

Previous Events

2017

  • Albert Einstein Business Forum | Inspiring Leadership and Entrepreneurship in Philanthropy The Atrium, MaisonAlcan, Montreal QC

  • The Nasdaq Stock Market Closing Bell Ceremony Time Square

  • Places as Brands New York University (NYU), New York NY

  • Guinness World Record for “Largest Gathering of People Dressed as Albert Einstein.” The MaRS Discovery District, Toronto

  • Celebrating Albert Einstein’s Legacy | A Conversation with Three Distinguished Ambassadors West Palm Beach, FL

2016

  • Launch Event Los Angeles, CA

  • Launch Event Winnipeg, Canada

  • Launch Event New York City,New York NY

  • Launch Events HONG KONG & TOKYO

  • MOU Signing Ceremony with the Smithsonian Institution WASHINGTON, D.C.

  • Global Launch event, hosted by Anderson Cooper TORONTO

  • Presenting the Einstein Legacy Project to the 9th European Conference Berlin

  • Participation in Africa Conference Ghana

  • Presentation of the Albert Einstein Legacy Projects Monaco

2015

  • Launch Event Vancouver

  • Meeting with Representatives of the European Space Agency The Netherlands

  • Launch Event The Netherlands

  • First Launch Event Toronto

    • Albert Einstein Business Forum | Inspiring Leadership and Entrepreneurship in Philanthropy

      Sunday Brunch with guest speaker George Logothetis, Chairman & CEO of the Libra Group and Co-Chair of the Dinner of the Century, and interviewer Alan Shepard, President and Vice-Chancellor, Concordia University.

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    • The Nasdaq Stock Market Closing Bell Ceremony

      Nasdaq hosted The Einstein Legacy Project (ELP) at their MarketSite in Times Square on May 1st, 2017. Mr. Ronnie Appleby, ELP Honourary Chairman, rang the Nasdaq stock market closing bell. The mission of the Albert Einstein Legacy Project, founded by Canadian Friends of Hebrew University, is to inspire and support the next generation of brilliant minds on the planet to bring fresh thinking to the global challenges facing humanity. In so doing, The Einstein Legacy Project seeks to engage young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and make STEM an appealing career aspiration for young adults.

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    • Guinness World Record for “Largest Gathering of People Dressed as Albert Einstein.”

      The Next Einstein” team has set a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for The Largest Gathering of Albert Einstein Lookalikes. The attempt was organized by Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University (CFHU) to support the launch of “The Next Einstein”, an online competition which searches for the next genius idea that can change the world for the better. To learn more about supporting or submitting to “The Next Einstein” or “Space 4 The Next Einstein”, visit www.alberteinsteinfoundation.com/inspiring-the-future

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    • Celebrating Albert Einstein’s Legacy | A Conversation with Three Distinguished Ambassadors

      Speakers included Ambassador Ido Aharoni, Ambassador Haim Divon and Ambassador Vivian Bercovici. Held at the residence of Judy and Larry Tanenbaum, West Palm Beach, FL

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    • Einstein Legacy Project Launch Event
      Los Angeles

      Launch of the Einstein Legacy Project in Los Angeles, hosted by Tori Avey and Shuki Levy, members of the International Executive Committee.

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    • Einstein Legacy Project Launch Event
      Winnipeg , Canada

      Launch of the Einstein Legacy Project chaired by Dr. Robyn Gertenstein, with guest speaker Jeff Martin, Co-chair, International Executive Committee of the foundation.

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    • Einstein Legacy Project Launch Event
      New York City

      An event hosted by the Einstein Legacy Project at the Waldorf Astoria in Manhattan, Ambassador Ido Aharoni and George Logothetis, Chairman and CEO of the Libra Group in attendance.

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    • MOU Signing with the Smithsonian Institution,
      Washington, D.C.

      The Hebrew University of Jerusalem signs an MOU with the Smithsonian Institution; delegates from the Einstein Legacy Project, the Smithsonian Institution, The Hebrew University and American Friends of Hebrew University in attendance.

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    • Global Launch event, Hosted by Anderson Cooper
      Toronto

      Launch of the Einstein Legacy Project

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    • Einstein Legacy Project launch,
      Monaco

      Harvard Club Monaco invited members of the Einstein Legacy Project to present the ELP initiatives to top leaders and influencers of the Monaco community.

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    • Einstein Legacy Project Launch
      Vancouver

      A private reception for the launch of the project was hosted by Andre Nudelman, member of the Einstein Legacy Project Executive Committee.

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    • Einstein Legacy Project Team Meeting with Representatives of the European Space Agency
      The Netherlands

      An inspired meeting was held with representatives of the European Space Agency in Holland to explore potential avenues of collaboration on various projects. Albert Einstein spent a great deal of time in Leyden, Holland and even wrote a portion of his Theory of Relativity while there.

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    • Launch Event
      The Netherlands

      Hosted by Mrs. Shida Bliek, a member of the International Executive ELP Committee, our first global launch took place in Europe. Many representatives from around the world were in attendance including ambassadors, businessmen, philanthropists and influencers from all walks of life.

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    • First Launch Event of the Einstein Legacy Project
      Toronto

      The first launch of the Einstein Legacy Project, hosted by co-chair Judy Tanenbaum, served as an introduction to this multi-initiative project conceived in Toronto. Presentations by Jeff Martin, Rami Kleinmann, Laurence Metrick and Elan Divon explained in detail the 6 initiatives: The Einstein Museum, Genius: 100 Visions - 3D Book, The Next Einstein Competition, The Dinner of the Century, The Einstein IMAX movie, and Citizen Science.

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