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Building a Legacy with Dr. Susan Montgomery

This was taken with the old Nikkor f1.4  35mm AIS, wide open, making for a pretty abstract image. This was taken with the old Nikkor f1.4  35mm AIS, wide open, making for a pretty abstract image.
This was taken with the old Nikkor f1.4 35mm AIS, wide open, making for a pretty abstract image.
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This year is MUSES' 20th year anniversary, and our theme this year is Building a Legacy. On Nov 12th, we will have the pleasure to host a very special guest, Dr. Susan Montgomery, that truly represents what legacy looks like.

Doctor Susan Montgomery has had an important role in mentoring and advising students and student organizations throughout her career. She joined the University of Michigan in 1993 after a two-year postdoc developing educational modules following her PhD from Princeton University. She has taught many courses over the years including ‘Teaching Engineering’ which molds future engineering faculty. She has served as an advisor for undergraduate chemical engineering students, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), and Habitat for Humanity. Recently she received the “Achievement Award” at the Willie Hobbs Moore Luncheon, given to an individual in STEM whose achievements encourage and inspire others to achieve their goals. She is in the process of transitioning to phased retirement, and certainly her contributions to our organization and our community at the University of Michigan will be forever remembered.

All are welcome!

When: Nov 12th, at 6pm.
Where: Johnson Room, Lurie Engineering Center (1221 Beal Ave)

Dinner will be provided. Please, RSVP below so enough food is provided.
https://forms.gle/StwpgEtjUurczAVz9

for more information or questions, contact umichmuses@gmail.com
This was taken with the old Nikkor f1.4  35mm AIS, wide open, making for a pretty abstract image. This was taken with the old Nikkor f1.4  35mm AIS, wide open, making for a pretty abstract image.
This was taken with the old Nikkor f1.4 35mm AIS, wide open, making for a pretty abstract image.
 Joe deSousa on Unsplash
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