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Cornell Engineering Alumni Association (CEAA) Sponsored Enterprise Engineering Seminar 

MAE 594 / ORIE 894
Spring 2009
(as of 01.02.08)  

Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m., B17 Upson Hall 

Faculty Organizer: John Callister, PhD '96 MAE, 607-255-5545
CEAA Contact: Shannon Ahn, 607-255-1288

Date Speaker/Organization Title/Topic
Jan 23 Richard H. DeMarle '73 CE
Interim CEO, Ultraguard Corporation
Superb Strategies Deserve Exceptional Execution...Driving Organization Performance
Jan 30
Feb 6 Ugochi C. Nwachukwu '06 ChE
Fabric & Home Care R&D, Procter & Gamble
Real world Applications of Engineering that address important industry challenges
Feb 13 Carl J. Accettura '75 ME
Founder and Managing Director, Global Pharma Consulting
Pharmaceutical New Product Commercialization
Feb 20 Ray Coulombe '71 EE
Manager, Industry Consulting for the Physical Security Business Unit (PSBU) of Cisco's Emerging Technologies Group
What's Different about Product Development in an Early Stage Company?
Feb 27
Mar 5
Mar 12
Elissa P. Sterry '79 ORIE, MS '80
Global Vice President, Intermediates, ExxonMobil Chemical Company
Tomorrow's Energy - Challenges for Engineers
Mar 19 Spring Break No Seminar
Mar 26 Justin R. Rattner '70 EE, MEng '72 EE
Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Intel Corporation
Digital Revolution - How it has Impacted Quality of Life, Opportunities it Creates, and How Stuends can Become Revolutionaries
Apr 2 Donald M. Aubrecht '06 EP
Graduate Researcher, Harvard University, School of Engineering & Applied Sciences
Innovation: What To Do When the Problem Sets End
Apr 9 Andrew L. P. Kellner '87 EP, MEng '88 EE, MBA '89
Managing Director - Barclays Capital
Apr 16
Donald E. Morel Jr. MS '83 MSE, PhD '84
Chairman and CEO, West Pharmaceutical Services
Managing through a Corporate Crisis: An Engineer's Perspective
Apr 23 Craig Wheeler '82 ChE, MS '84
President & CEO, Momenta Pharmaceuticals
Follow on Biologics: From Cambridge to K Street
Apr 30
Brian G. Kushner '78 EP, MS '80 AP, PhD '84
Principal & Partner, CXO LLC
Engineering the Turnaround: What Happens When Things Go Terribly Wrong and Roles/Opportunities for Engineers in These Situations