Advances in technology are happening at a rapid pace. Scientists and researchers are developing new breakthroughs that are changing the way in which we live, what we know about the universe, and how our society overcomes obstacles, both personal and planetary.
Shining light upon those achievements contributing to the wellbeing of people and planet, the 2018 Rotary Humanitarian STAR Awards will honor outstanding scientific and technological accomplishments in four categories: Health and Medical, Environmental Improvement, Knowledge Sharing and Disaster Relief and Recovery.
The Third Annual Rotary Humanitarian STAR Awards will be held on January 31, 2019 in the ballrooms of the Pasadena Convention Center.
This elegant evening will feature a sit down dinner followed by the awards ceremony honoring scientists who use their achievements to benefit humanity. The Helios Award will be presented to Lawrence "Larry" Sanger, co-founder of Wikipedia. To meet Mr. Sanger and other awardees, attend the Rotary Humanitarian STAR Awards banquet on January 31, 2019 at the Pasadena Convention Center.
Consider Nominating for the 2018 Rotary Humanitarian STAR Awards. Click the link for more information on the nomination process.