Mardirossian to Speak at Commencement

Mardirossian to Speak at Commencement

Mardirossian to Speak at Commencement

Aris Mardirossian (Photo by Mike Morgan Photography)
Aris Mardirossian (Photo by Mike Morgan Photography)

Entrepreneur Aris Mardirossian (B.S. '74 and M.S. '75, mechanical engineering) will be the Clark School's spring 2011 commencement speaker.

Mardirossian's company, Technology Patents, holds or has pending more than 50 patents. Mardirossian invented systems for everything from satellite traffic control and missile defense systems to an apparatus that disarms land mines. His past business ventures have included restaurants, convenience stores and several construction and real estate businesses.

Mardirossian supports the Clark School with gifts for scholarships including the Aris and Marianne Mardirossian Endowed Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering. He recently was honored as the Clark School's 2011 Distinguished Alumnus. He serves as trustee on the board of Suburban Hospital and the State of Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development Commission.

The Clark School commencement ceremony will take place on May 20 at 11:30 a.m. in the Comcast Center. The University commencement ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. on May 19 in the Comcast Center.

Related Articles:
Olusola-Ajayi to Deliver Student Speech for Clark School Spring Commencement
Northrop Grumman's Christopher Jones to Deliver Spring Commencement Remarks
Holland to Deliver Student Speech for Clark School Winter Commencement
Epps to Deliver Winter Commencement Speech
Alumnus Thomas Hicks to Serve as Commencement Speaker
Watch Stephens UMD Commencement Speech Online
Smile! Clark School Commencement to Stream Live
Stephens to Speak at UMD Commencement
Lyles to Speak at Commencement
Tether to Speak at Commencement

April 26, 2011


Prev   Next

Current Headlines

2020 Dean's Doctoral Student Research Awards

Mohammad Hafezi Wins 2020 Simons Foundation Investigator Award

Legacy through Impact: Dr. Darryll J. Pines

UMD Team Takes a Top Spot in NASA RASC-AL Design Competition

Rapidly evolving ‘smart marble’ sensors hold promise for monitoring pharmaceutical industry bioreactors and beyond

Assistant Professor Cheng Gong Wins IUPAP Young Scientist Award

Maryland-led, Multi-institutional Research Team Receives $10M to Transform Shellfish Farming with Smart Technology

GAMMA Research Group is Developing Novel COVID-19 Prevention Robots

News Resources

Return to Newsroom

Search News

Archived News

Events Resources

Events Calendar