Are you interested in expanding your chemistry skills into the areas of entrepreneurialism, consulting, public policy, or business negotiations but aren’t sure how to get started?
Then join us for a panel on Friday, November 6 at 12 PM in 1300 Chem where we’ll discuss courses of interest and opportunities on campus to help you take your chemistry expertise into these fields and jump-start your career.
CALC|UM’s Courses to Consider
Friday, November 6 2015, 12-1 PM (1300 Chem)
Discussion 1-2 PM (1706 Chem)
Lunch provided for registered attendees
Please register here by Tuesday, November 3rd at 5 pm
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Professor Shobita Parthasarathy is an Associate Professor at the Ford School and will be discussing her graduate class, “Introduction to Science and Technology Policy Analysis,” as well as the Science, Technology, and Public Policy Graduate Certificate Program.
Dr. Aaron Crumm (PhD in Materials Science from UM Engineering) is a lecturer and Entrepreneur in Residence with the Center for Entrepreneurship. He’ll be speaking about his class, “An Introduction to Innovation: Tools for Career
Success,” in addition to talking about the other opportunities the CFE offers to help PhD scientists make the leap to a career outside of the lab.
Dr. Sung-Hei (Sunny) Yau (Chemistry) will be discussing his experience taking the MOOC, “Successful Negotiations: Essential Strategies and Skills,” taught by Prof. George Siedel at UM’s Ross School of Business.
PhD Candidate | Banaszak Holl Group
Department of Chemistry
Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program
Ford School of Public Policy
University of Michigan