Taghi Ebtekar, Iranian mechanical engineering educator. Recipient Most Prestigious Kharazmee award President of Iran, 1988, prize for inventions Congress for Science in Islamic World, 1993, Promotion Committee award Ministry of Education, 1994. Deputy to Prime Minister on environmental issues, 1979-1981. Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Iranian Academy of Sciences.
Ebtekar, Taghi was born on August 1, 1932 in Mashad, Khorasan, Iran. Son of Ahmad and Esmat Ebtekar.
Bachelor of Science in Electromech. Engineering, University Tehran, Iran, 1958; Master of Science, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1964; PhDME, University of Pennsylvania, 1967; postgraduate, University of Pennsylvania, 1968.
University Tehran , Engineering , Bachelor of Science
Worcester Polytechnic Institute , Master of Science
University Pennsylvania , PHDME
University Pennsylvania , Postgraduated
Masoumeh Ebtekar born Masoumeh, Niloufar Ebtekar; 21 September 1960)
Parents: Taghi Ebtekar, Fatemeh Barzegar
Ebtekar's father studied at the University of Pennsylvania, and she lived with her parents in Upper Darby, a western suburb of Philadelphia. During her six years in Philadelphia, she developed "near-perfect, American-accented English." Returning to Iran she enrolled in Iranzamin (Tehran International School). Later after graduation as a student, she became a supporter of the political Islam of Ali Shariati and began wearing a traditional black chador covering everything except her face
Was Mr. Taghi Ebtekar married to Ms. Fatemeh Barzegar before entering into the U.S or after?
Had to have been before since M.Ebtekar was born in Tehran in 1960.
2 years after Mr. Ebtekar received his B.S. from the University [of] Tehran.
Which would have made M.Ebtekar 2 when she entered into the U.S in 1962 if a 2 year Master of Science degree was received in 1964 from Worcester Polytechnic Institute: Worcester Polytechnic Institute is a private research university in Worcester, Massachusetts