Thursday, November 19, 2015

UPDATE: Lecture on "The Lighting of Detroit" re-scheduled for TODAY, Nov. 19

From Tech Today:

HOUGHTON -- Due to a flight cancellation, a presentation by Akemi Mitchell originally scheduled for yesterday, will take place this afternoon, Thursday, Nov. 19. Mitchell, senior vice president for quality control and continuous improvement for the Detroit Public Lighting Authority (DPLA) and a Michigan Tech alumna ('95 ChemEng) will be on campus through Friday for a series of meetings with campus leaders, students and researchers.

The public seminar "The Lighting of Detroit" has been re-scheduled for 3:30 p.m. TODAY, Thursday, Nov. 19, in Noblet G002, School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science (SFRES).

Mitchell is also looking for two new employees in this area, so she will participate in SFRES's Career Fair today, Thursday.

A forum/discussion on Michigan Tech's involvement in the use of bio-based materials in the "Lighting of Detroit" project is still scheduled for 3 p.m. tomorrow in SFRES 144.

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