All of MSOE’s Students, Faculty, Staff, and Alumni are welcome to hear Dr. Karl David as he shares with us his greatest and most succinct knowledge and life experiences with us.
PURPOSE OF THE SERIES
The purpose of the MSOE last lecture series is two-fold: to recognize a faculty or staff member of MSOE for their years of service and contributions to the university by giving them an opportunity to pass on their greatest and most succinct knowledge and life-experiences to the student body and their peers, and, second, to create an opportunity for those in attendance at the lecture to learn what the speaker truly believes are the most important facets of their human life experiences and accomplishments.
ABOUT THIS YEAR’S SPEAKER Dr. Karl H. David
Department Chair - Associate Professor, Mathematics
• Doctor of Philosophy, Mathematics, Univ of MA: Amherst, 1978
• Master of Arts, Mathematics, Univ of MA: Amherst, 1974
• BA, Mathematics, University of Richmond, 1969
14 Years of Service at MSOE
Other Teaching Experience: Cornell University, 1990-91 and 1997-98
Wells College, New York, 1984-98
Middlebury College, Vermont, 1980-84
Union College, New York, 1978-80
Westfield State College, Massachusetts, 1978
Honors and Awards: • Recipient, Oscar Werwath Distinguished Teacher Award, Milwaukee School of Engineering, 2007