My education as a Chemical Engineer at UMD and the Minneapolis branch was a sound one, but it was 1955. For half of my career I used a slide rule. The process technologies and chemistries I needed to do my work were not taught in school because they were proprietary to 3M Company or had not yet been discovered. You can expect the same experiences in the career ahead of you. I intend to discuss:
• Why people are symbiotic.
• Why patterns are ubiquitous.
• The growth of complexity
• Where can you fit in?
• Post-it Notes were not an accident.
Well known inventor of the Post-it Note, Art Fry, discusses education and work,the growth of complexity and where YOU, the student, fits in.
UMD Department of Chemical Engineering UMD Swenson College of Science & Engineering Academy of Science and Engineering
University of Minnesota Duluth. Swenson College of Science and Engineering; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Chemical Engineering.
A Path of Lifelong Learning From UMD to Proprietary Corporate Knowledge to Discovery (2014-09-19).
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