IOE-EER WORKSHOP: “Making A Difference, Finding Meaning & Having Fun” — Dann Engels

WHERE: Livestream/Virtual

WHEN: February 3, 2021 5:30 pm-7:00 pmADD TO CALENDAR

IOE-EER WORKSHOP: “Making A Difference, Finding Meaning & Having Fun” — Dann Engels

In partnership, the Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) and the Engineering Education Research Program (EER) will be hosting a dynamic Virtual Mentoring Workshop Series. The aim of this series is to help foster an engaging and inclusive environment for students, faculty, and staff.

Workshop sessions will feature guest speakers across industry, research and DEI professions, and the special series itself is designed with a specific focus to facilitate conversations, build connections and empower self-reflection opportunities to support students’ journeys within the mentoring process as a whole.

This series is open to all College of Engineering students, faculty and staff. Registration is required. Please RSVP early to attend and the Zoom information will be sent prior to the event.

“Making A Difference, Finding Meaning & Having Fun”

J. Dann Engels’s companies operate in India, China, Vietnam, Taiwan, and the Americas, providing products and services to the automotive aftermarket, tools and equipment, horticulture, material handling, and battery industries. Along with his wife, Que-Lan, Engels founded the Engels Family Foundation in 1995 with a focus on supporting education in underrepresented communities. Engels was actively involved in the early stages of MShadow, which matches University of Michigan student-athletes with mentors, internships, and post-graduation employment. In 1996, Dann was honored with IOE’s Outstanding Alumni award.

Please Note:
The event will be held from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. EST with the following options to attend:
Seminar Talks will take place during the first hour 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Breakout Sessions will take place during the second hour 6:30 - 7:00 p.m.

*This workshop series is supported by a Michigan Engineering Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) faculty grant.