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Soft Skills (Communication and Leadership Skills) For EngineersIron Ring Registration

Fri., Mar. 13, 2020 1:30 p.m. - Fri., Mar. 13, 2020 3:00 p.m.

Location: ED 388

EGSA(Engineering Graduate Student Association) In collaboration with
faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and IEEE South Sask section
would like to invite you to attend Workshop on "Soft Skills
(Communication and Leadership Skills) For Engineers " :

Date: Friday, March 13th, 2020
Time: 1:30 p.m – 3:00 p.m
Room: ED 388
LUNCH will be provided!

Please register using this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1KiQ_5Xz533WzF-Yczw9BWHRnBPIcHgovUJyvWB6XWQk/edit

Abstract:
Developing a project and research is not enough, it's a good addition,
if you know how to present and convince stakeholders. In this workshop,
we shall cover the soft skills which play key roles in a professional
environment such as Leadership, presentation etc. More specifically, you
will come to know “how to present a project/research” in an effective
way.

Speaker Biography:
Dr. David deMontigny is currently the Associate Dean Academic
(Undergraduate) . He has been a professor at the U of R for 15 years and
his background is Industrial Systems Engineering. He is currently
researching academic misconduct related issues. He is also a volunteer
on the APEGS Continuing Professional Development Compliance Committee.
Previously, He had been involved with Toastmasters International for
almost 20 years, working on communication and leadership skills.
His research interests are CO2 absorption in packed columns and membrane
contactors; Solvent regeneration in membrane adsorbers; Membrane-solvent
wettability and performance evaluation; Manufacturing of hydrophobic,
microporous polymer membranes; Design of membrane contactor modules;
Engineering education; Academic integrity.