Corporate Open House
Photo: Jeff Miller
As a top recruiter of UW-Madison talent, you recognize firsthand the benefits our graduates bring to the workplace. At the first annual UW-Madison Corporate Open House, explore additional ways the university
is addressing corporate priorities — and how your company can benefit.
Hear from fellow corporate leaders about successful partnerships.
Learn more about topics important to your bottom line.
The event is geared especially for leaders in the human resources and
research and development sectors.
Register July 12 before 10 a.m. in the atrium of Engineering Hall. Same-day registration may not include lunch.
Thursday, July 12, 2012, schedule
10:00 Meet participants, introductions in the Engineering Hall lobby
10:15 Q&A with campus leadership, 1610 Engineering Hall
Paul De Luca, provost, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kate VandenBosch, dean, UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Paul S. Peercy, dean, UW-Madison College of Engineering
Chip Hunter, associate dean, School of Business
11:00 Campus Partnerships panel discussion, 1610 Engineering Hall
Paul Shane, Rockwell Automation: The Rockwell Diversity Scholars Program
Louise Hemstead, Organic Valley Farms: Strategic supply chain partnerships
Mary Ann Wright, Johnson Controls: Renewable energy research investments
Ann Renckens, General Mills: “Ignite the Potential” in business students
Moderator: Tom Still, director, Wisconsin Technology Council
Noon Lunch in the Camp Randall Suites
University of Wisconsin Athletic Director Barry Alvarez will join us for lunch and a brief update on Badger athletics.
1:00 Break-out Sessions and Tours at various campus locations
Session 1: How — and Why — to Participate in UW-Madison Sponsored Research
William Barker, director, Office of Industrial Partnerships
Session 2: Increasing Diversity in STEM Professions
Adele Brumfield, director of admissions, UW-Madison
Manuela Romero, assistant dean, College of Engineering
Tom Browne, assistant dean, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Session 6: How to Get Involved in Wisconsin School of Business Knowledge Centers
Tours and Research Overviews (choose one)
July 12, 2012
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Lot 17, engineering campus
Wisconsin Alumni Association
College of Agricultural
and Life Sciences
College of Engineering
Wisconsin School of Business