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Leadership Seminar Series 2020

Wednesdays — Autumn Quarter

2:30 - 3:20pm


Speaker and Lecture Title

Sept. 30

Linda Cadwell Stancin (B.S. ChemE '87)

Director Emerging Technologies, Collaboration and Innovation, Lockheed Martin

Oct. 7

Melanie Drake Curtis (B.S. ChemE '11)

Senior Process Engineer, Intel

Oct. 14

Kirk Nass (Ph.D. ChemE '89)

Technical Team Leader; Dispersants, Inhibitors, and Fuel Additives (ret.), Chevron Oronite Company LLC

Oct. 21

Epiphany Wallner-Haas (B.S. ChemE '10)

Manager, Business Transformation Consulting, Ernst & Young

Oct. 28

Rebeccah Stay

Global Leader of Data Science, Cargill

Nov. 4

Enrico Saturay (B.S. ChemE '87)

Managing Director, Marsh & McLennan

Nov. 18

Lindsey Boles (B.S. ChemE '11)

Director of Engineering, Terrapower

Dec. 2

Denny Roja (M.S. ChemE '89)

Managing Partner, VQ Law Group

Dec. 9

Greg Newbloom (M.S. '11, Ph.D. '14)

Founder and CEO, Membrion, Inc.


Recommended Preparation

The course is intended for undergraduate and graduate students of chemical engineering.

Class Assignments and Grading

The class will be graded credit/no credit. Attendance is required at all class meetings; only one absence will be permitted. 

Engineering Elective Credit

This class counts as an engineering elective credit.

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