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Joshua Schuler
The Lemelson-MIT Program

Joshua Schuler is the executive director of the Lemelson-MIT Program, a non-profit organization within MIT’s School of Engineering, which recognizes outstanding innovators and inspires young people to pursue creative lives and careers through invention. Joshua joined Lemelson-MIT in 2003 to develop and run InvenTeams, the program’s nascent national grants initiative designed to foster inventiveness among high school students. The Lemelson-MIT Program annually awards more than $700,000 in prizes to inventors who are at mid-career, working in international development, and current graduate students at select universities. A graduate of Tufts University (Political Science/Environmental Science) and MIT (Technology and Policy/Entrepreneurship), Joshua also holds a MBA from the Collège des Ingénieurs (Paris, France).

 

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