NATIONAL ACADEMY OF FUTURE SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS--TEJES SRIVASTAVA; Congressional Record Vol. 162, No. 55
(Extensions of Remarks - April 12, 2016)

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[Extensions of Remarks]
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    NATIONAL ACADEMY OF FUTURE SCIENTISTS AND TECHNOLOGISTS--TEJES 
                               SRIVASTAVA

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                            HON. PETE OLSON

                                of texas

                    in the house of representatives

                        Tuesday, April 12, 2016

  Mr. OLSON. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to congratulate Tejes Srivastava 
from Sugar Land, TX for being accepted into the National Academy of 
Future Scientists and Technologists to represent the state of Texas at 
the Congress of Future Science and Technology leaders.
  Tejes attends William B. Travis High School and is one of 13 high 
school honor students selected from the Twenty-Second Congressional 
District of Texas. These students were selected as Texas delegates at 
the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders. This program was 
designed for high school students to be recognized for their hard work 
in school, as well as to support their aspirations of working in a 
science or technology field. The National Academy was founded by 
Richard Rossi and Dr. Robert Darling; Mr. Rossi currently serves as 
president. The Congress is being held at the Tsongas Center at the 
University of Massachusetts, Lowell from June 29th through July 1st. 
Tejes was selected by a group of educators to be a delegate for the 
Congress thanks to his dedication to his academic success and goals of 
pursuing science or technology. We are proud of Tejes and all of his 
hard work, and know he will make Sugar Land proud.
  On behalf of the Twenty-Second Congressional District of Texas, 
congratulations again to Tejes for being accepted into the National 
Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists. Keep up the great work.

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