Martin Nowak accepts Lower Austrians Abroad Life's Work Award

MNowak LAAA ceremony

Managing Director of IMC Krems Karl Ennsfellner, Rector Eva Werner, Christian Maurer, who received the award on behalf of the award winner Doris Carson, Martin Nowak, provincial governor Johanna Mikl-Leitner, and president Thomas Henzinger.

Martin Nowak was among the honorees of the first Lower Austrians Abroad Awards, given by Lower Austria and the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems to recognize Lower Austrians living around the world for their professional success and their connection with Lower Austria.  

Nowak grew up in Klosterneuburg and attended the University of Vienna, where he studied biochemistry and mathematics.  He gratefully accepted the "Life's Work Award", saying that he is honored to feel that he is making a special commitment to Austria by representing the country abroad.

For German readers, more information about the event can be found at the following links:

Erstmals "Lower Austrians Abroad Awards" verliehen - NÖN.at, APA Science
Wichtige Botschafter Niederösterreichs - Österreich Journal
LH Mikl-Leitner überreichte die ersten "Lower Austrians Abroad Awards“ - APA OTS