BU-ASM Career Panel Discussion

6:00 pm on Wednesday, November 14, 2012
9:00 pm on Wednesday, November 14, 2012
GSU, Faculty Dining Room, 5th Floor
Curious about what it's like to work in engineering in industry, government research, consulting or a start-up?
Want to speak directly with experts in their field about different career paths?

BU-ASM has organized a Career Panel with highly experienced and successful engineers to come share their own career stories and insider perspectives.

RSVP today to reserve your food request at http://blogs.bu.edu/buasm/. Speaker bios also on BUASM site.


Exponent -- Ronald Latanision, Ph.D., Corporate Vice President, Materials and Corrosion Engineering Consulting
MIT Lincoln Laboratory -- Christopher Serino, Ph.D., Technical Staff, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Systems and Technology
Saint-Gobain -- Ann Hardy, Ph.D., Deputy Vice President of Research and Development, Building and High Performance Materials
Schlumberger -- David Rowatt, Ph.D., Research Director of Mechanical and Materials Science, Energy/Oilfield Services
Surmet -- Suri Sastri, Ph.D., FASM, Founder, Chairman and CEO, Ceramics and Advanced Materials

Panelists will also discuss what kind of schooling or experience is typical for that career, what the work is like and what they enjoy about their career.
The event is consist of a panel discussion, Q&A, and small group discussion!

Come join us (RSVP early for free food), learn more and get help to assess your career options.

Any questions, email buasm@bu.edu
Co-sponsored by MSE & SAGE