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NIU Today | Three CCET student organizations organize diversity, equity and inclusion series

Three NIU student organizations in the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology (CEET) including the National Society of Black Engineers, Society of Women Engineers, and Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers have joined forces with sponsor Collins Aerospace to host a series of information and sharing talks by CEET alumni who are emerging leaders in their fields. The events, open to all NIU students, faculty, and staff, will be held either virtually or in person at the Holmes Student Center.

Don Peterson, Ph.D., dean of CEET, said, “The students have worked so hard on this series, and we are very proud. We hope that these events will initiate a conversation and convergence of interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to unite the creativity needed to solve the complex challenges of our time.”

Below is the schedule and links for more information.

Wednesday, February 9 at 6 p.m.: Alumni Randall Barnes, Electrical Engineer, Alliant Energy
Theme: Networking Lifestyle
Location: Virtual

Wednesday, February 23 at 6 p.m.: Alumna Brianna Smyles Buyer Engineer, SPX Flow
Subject: You have a degree in engineering .. What now?
Location: Virtual

Wednesday 2 March 6 PM: Alumna Amy Kofod Senior Engineer, Navistar
Subject: to be determined
Venue: Holmes Student Center

Wednesday, March 9, 6 pm: Alumna Diana Irashita Automation Design Engineer/Manufacturing Engineer, Amsted Automotive
Theme: The personal story, Latinas in STEM, and women in their careers
Venue: Holmes Student Center

Wednesday, March 23 at 6 p.m.: Alumna Claire Spillers, Manufacturing Engineer, Collins Aerospace
Subject: to be determined
Location: Virtual

Wednesday, April 6 at 6 p.m.: Alumni Edgar Seda, Senior Engineer, Collins Aerospace
Subject: to be determined
Location: Virtual

Wednesday 20 April 6 PM: Graduate Katia Echazarita, Electrical Engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Subject: to be determined
Location: Virtual

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