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Event Name: KGCOE Dean’s Alumni Speaker Series 2013-14
Category: Academic/College Events
Sub Category: College of Engineering
Description: An Engineer for the Next Generation:
Building a Multi-Disciplinary Background
From quality assurance, to developing cyber security tools, to engineering “castles and knights,” the career paths of today’s engineers require a multi-disciplinary approach. As industry
demands more and more from young ¬engineers, how can you prepare yourself to meet these diverse challenges? Come and get tips on how to mold yourself into a versatile
engineer with a degree that can take you to more places than you ever thought!

Brian Argauer (KGCOE-CE ’07) -
Fisher-Price Product Development Engineer
Brian manages and executes projects at Fisher-Price, global leader of infant toy manufacturing. His job requires floating between electronics, software, and mechanical engineering disciplines as he engineers toys and oversees app development, as well as understanding business needs and working with cross-functional teams. Brian has a BS and MS degrees in CE from RIT.

Presented by RIT Office of Development and Kate Gleason College of Engineering
Schedules: 09/26/2013   (12:30 PM - 1:30 PM)
Xerox Auditorium

Phone: 475-4045
Cost: Cost - 0