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NAE presents "The Engineer of 2020"

Topic: 
The voice of the new generation of engineers, engineering students and aspiring engineering students – the Gen Z engineers!
Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 2:00pm
Venue: 
Online Panel
Speaker: 
Panel Speakers
Abstract / Description: 

The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) presents "The Engineer of 2020"

~ Registration is required ~

Hear the voice of the new generation of engineers, engineering students and aspiring engineering students – the Gen Z engineers! You're invited to the online panel, The Engineer of 2020, on September 17 at 5 PM ET, where we will discuss the enabling power of engineering as we address today’s challenges and the post-COVID future.

The panelists are engineering students or engineering professionals, beginning their careers during a time of change. In this first-of-its-kind event, intended for Gen Z, we'll discuss attributes and mindsets for engineering graduates needed to engineer a better world for all humanity.

A keynote address by USC Viterbi Professor Andrea Armani will precede the panel discussion.

The event is organized under the aegis of the National Academy of Engineering's COVID-19 Call To Action.

Panelists include:
Rachel Figard '21, North Carolina State University, Industrial and Systems Engineering
Arynn Gallegos '20, University of Southern California, Electrical Engineering
Esther Sim '20, Arizona State University, Biomedical Engineering

Moderator:
Rachael Lau '20, Duke University, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Hosted By:
Andrew Mang '12, Duke University, Mechanical Engineering and Economics

Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Andrea Armani, Ray Irani Chair of Engineering and Materials Science and a Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science @USC Viterbi School of Engineering