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Custer Office Environment Lecture Series






Past lectures include:

Betty Strohfus
A Veteran and Congressional Gold Medal recipient, and a retired Woman Air Force Service Pilot (WASP). Soon after the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941 Betty enlisted in the Air Force in 1943 and she will be sharing her story that started over 7 decades ago, as a female pilot in WWII. 4/8/2015

Dr. James Cutler
A leading expert in the field of small satellites.

Dr. Wansoo Im
Applied community participatory mapping on environmental health, health equity, health care providers, transportation, and other planning-related fields. 
"Latest GIS technology to Promote Citizen Engagement for Livable Communities" 3/19/2015

Carl D. Roberts
CEAS Alumni Excellence Academy Inductee 2014
Click here for presentation: "Applied Science, A Different Perspective" 2/25/2015

Eric P. Uitvlugt, P.S.
Chief Executive Officer of Exxel Engineering
WMU Alumni 1973
"Making Work Work" 11/13/2014

Keechoo Choi, Professor and Director of TOD Center, Ajou University
"Public Transit", together with Cheol Oh, Professor, Hanyang University "Bicycle Research", on 9/8/2014

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


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.

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