What can you do with a degree from Georgia Tech College of Sciences? Join Belma Erdogan-Haug, PhD, MBA (CHEM '03), Head of Product Development for Henkel of America, Inc., who will share about her personal career path, science education, and best practices for transitioning between degree programs and industry.
This meeting is hybrid. Most of you have registered via Career Buzz for the virtual option. The Microsoft Teams link is here. Please log on by 3:55pm.
For those who submitted your name for the in-person dinner option, please come to the Price Gilbert Library to the Scholars Event Network Theater on the street level. The Theater is located behind the Gallery. If you are coming from Clough, please come to the 4th floor and walk across the Library. Please arrive by 3:45pm. Thank you. —James Stringfellow
About CoSX Talks
The world of science and technology is one of global proportions. This systematic study of the physical and natural world is one that scientists live for. From topics as small as parts of an atom, large as continents, and as vast as space, there are endless topics to discuss.
CoSX Talks are the College of Sciences' take on the popular TedX Talks, but centered around conversations for our students and alumni. Join us as we host alumni speakers sharing advice, lessons learned, best practices, and mentoring tips.
Dr. Belma Erdogan-Haug is a Head of Product Development and Innovation for Henkel Chemistry Company and leads flagship technical collaboration and learning programs, awards and recognition programs, science encouragement programs, and Technical Leadership Roundtables. She has a Ph.D. in Polymer Chemistry from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
THIS IS A HYBRID EVENT.
For those that register for online a link will be sent to log in.
For those who will join in person, buffet dinner will be served. Space is limited to register on Career Buzz. Additionally for those attending in person, you must email James Stringfellow to hold your space for dinner. email@example.com
Dinner is limited to 20 individuals.