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Custer Workplace Lecture Series

How does an engineer work in a global environment? How do you become a leader in your field, and how can a student prepare to turn that leadership into a rising career? the Custer Workplace Lecture Series brings in the leaders of the top engineering organizations in the nation to discuss how to become a leader.

At this time there are no Custer Workplace Interiors Lectures scheduled.

If you would like to be added to the Custer Workplace Lecture Series email group for annoucements and updates please contact Carey Schoolmaster at: carey.schoolmaster@wmich.edu

September 8, from 3- 5:00pm

 Keechoo Choi, Professor and Director of TOD Center, Ajou University
"Public Transit", together with

Cheol Oh, Professor, Hanyang University
"Bicycle Research".

In room B-211.
Beverage and snacks provided.

October 1, 2014 from 12:30 to 1:30PM
Nancy McClain, PE
Director of Michigan Society for Professional Engineers

"Why Belong"
Learn about the many benefits in being a member. Meet engineers with like interests.
Network, meet potential mentors, learn where the jobs are and how different industries work together.

Beverages and snacks provided.

November 13, 2014 from 11:30-12:20PM
Eric P. Uitvlugt, P.S.
Chief Executive Officer of Exxel Engineering
WMU Alumni 1973

"Making Work Work"

In room D-208.
Beverages and snacks provided.

 

 

Past lectures include:

Hexagon and Polar Vortex: Observing Saturn’s Northern High Latitudes from NASA’s Cassini Orbiter. By Dr. Kunio Sayanagi on 3/10/2014