Rensselaer Presents Severino Interest Group Breakfast Series: Sustainability in the Context of Today's Business Realities
EVENT: Rensselaer's Severino Interest Group (SIG), a university-community collaborative sponsored by the Severino Center for Technological Entrepreneurship, located in the Lally School of Management and Technology, is pleased to host a series of breakfast discussions examining sustainability in the context of today's business realities. The first presentation is entitled, “Economic and Financial Disruption in an Era of Expanding Technological Innovation: Challenges for business and business schools.”
DATE: Tuesday, May 5, 2009
LOCATION: Rensselaer Hartford Campus, 275 Windsor Street, Hartford
ADMISSION: $15, includes breakfast from Russell's Bistro at Rensselaer
PARKING AND DIRECTIONS: FREE parking is available on site. For directions to the Hartford campus, please see: www.ewp.rpi.edu/hartford/.
REGISTRATION AND MORE INFORMATION: To register for the breakfast series or for more details about the event, please call (860) 548-7881 or e-mail: . Additional information about the series may also be found on the Web at: www.ewp.rpi.edu.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER AND SERIES MODERATOR: David A. Gautschi, Ph.D., Dean, Lally School of Management and Technology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, will be the first presenter in the series. He brings to the classroom a unique expertise of research at various high-caliber national and international academic institutions in combination with in-depth industry experience that has global reach and impact. The series moderator is David L. Rainey, Ph.D., Clinical Professor in the Lally School at Rensselaer. He is the author of the book, Sustainable Business Development: Inventing the Future through Strategy, Innovation, and Leadership.
ABOUT THE SIG: The SIG serves as a nexus for young innovators and researchers to engage with business leaders and seasoned entrepreneurs to exchange ideas, discuss emerging research, and stay informed of current strategic and global trends. The SIG has over 400 business members, with chapters in Albany, NY; Hartford, CT; and the Bay Area, CA.