PEAK Schedule September 19, 2015

8:00-9:45 a.m.

Room 301: Ethics for Engineers – Doug Nelson, Assistant Professor, MSOE

Room 300: Improving your Individual Innovativeness – Gene Wright, Program Director, Graduate Management

Room 201: Sell it!..Proven Technical Sales & Communication Best Practices – Eric Lien, Lien & Company

Room 200: Design for Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing – Vince Anewenter, Manager of Operations, RPC

 

10-11:45 a.m.

Room 301: Human Factors in Medical Errors – Dr. Larry Fennigkoh, Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Room 300: Improving Team Innovation – Gene Wright, Program Director, Graduate Management

Room 201: Logical Management Skills for Engineers – Michael Previte, Instructor WCTC

Room 200: 3D Laser Scanning Overview and Workshop – Vince Anewenter, Manager of Operations, RPC

 

12:00-12:45 p.m. LUNCH & SPEAKER

Location TBD

Topic: The Greater Milwaukee Waterscape: Toward Restoration, Renewal, Revitalization           

Linda Reid, J.D., Executive Director, Southeastern Wisconsin Watersheds Trust, Inc.

 

Lunch only participants – Lunch will be served in Room 101 of Rosenberg Hall

 

1-2:45 p.m.

Room 301: Weather Impacts: Useful Historical and Forecast Data – Mark McGinnis, Fair Skies Consulting

Room 300: Cost Estimating for the Planning and Design Phase of Projects – Van Walling, Walling Consulting Services, LLC

Room 201: Change Management for Engineers – Michael Previte, Instructor, WCTC

Room 200: Introduction to Lean Construction – Mark Rounds, PE

 

3-4:45 p.m.

Room 301: What non-software Engineers Should Know about Software Engineering – Mark Sebern, Professor Emeritus, MSOE

Room 300: Helping to Build the STEM Talent Pipeline – Van Walling, Walling Consulting Services, LLC

Room 201: TBD

Room 200: Lean Construction, Part 2 – Mark Rounds, PE