1235 N. Milwaukee St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Please contact Andreana Moody via email or call (414) 277-2334 if you have any questions.
One PDH is awarded for each one hour of session completion, so you have the potential to earn up to 9 PDHs. Certificates of completion as documentation will be given to each attendee following the completion of the session.
March 21, 2015 Schedule
- Room 301: Why do 100-year Rainfalls Happen So Often? – William Gonwa
- Room 300: Moving from Engineering Management to Leadership – Dr. Kelly Ottman
- Room 200: Hydraulic Directional Control Valves – Dr. Medhat Khalil
- Room 201: Project Management Short Course Pt. 1 – David Schmitz
- Room 301: Ethics for Engineers – Douglas Nelson
- Room 300: Doing Business in China – Dr. Kelly Ottman
- Room 200: Hydraulic Components Failure Analysis – Dr. Medhat Khalil
- Room 201: Project Management Short Course Pt. 2 – David Schmitz
- Room 103: Additive Manufacturing Pt. 1 – Vince Anewenter
11:45-1:00 p.m. LUNCH BREAK
- Entrepreneurship – Ken Dragotta – Location TBD
- Room 301: Water Reuse Systems – Douglas Nelson and Amanda Heller
- Room 300: Managing the New Product Development Process – Irene Strohbeen
- Room 200: Additive Manufacturing Pt. 2 – Vince Anewenter
- Room 201: Project Management Short Course Pt. 3 – David Schmitz
- Room 301: Introduction to Supply Chain Management for Highly Technical Professionals – Dave Reed
- Room 300: Too Many Projects: Managing the NPD Portfolio – Irene Strohbeen
- Room 200: Human Factors and Forensic Engineering in the Control of Medical Error – Dr. Larry Fennigkoh
- Room 201: Project Management Short Course Pt. 4 – David Schmitz
Milwaukee School of Engineering reserves the right to revise at any time, without notice, any and all programs, fees and costs stated herein in accordance with the best academic and industrial standards as recommended by its advisory committees. The right also is reserved to cancel any course or subject at any time because of insufficient registration or other valid reason.