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Katie Wiley Gives CURENT Power and Energy Seminar on Friday, September 18

Katie Wiley will give the CURENT Power and Energy Seminar (ECE 496 and 691) on Friday, September 18, from from 12:20 pm to 1:10 pm. The seminar will be available via ZOOM. The ZOOM link will be sent to CURENT students and faculty through email. Contact Wendy if you need a link.

Presenter: Katie Wiliey, Career Coach with Tickle College of Engineering, University of Tennessee 

Title: "How to Present Yourself Professionally" 

Abstract: This presentation will teach you how to refine your professional materials, start your internship/job/grad school search, and present yourself in a professional manner.

Bio: Katie Wiley is a career coach who works with the Tickle College of Engineering students who are exploring their internship and post-grad options and employers looking to hire engineering students. She serves on the CliftonStrengths Facilitation Team in partnership with staff from the Center for Leadership & Service. She is also on the Chancellor’s Commission for Women.

Before working in the Center for Career Development & Academic Exploration, Katie was an academic advisor in industrial engineering and the hall director of Fred D. Brown Jr. Residence Hall.

Katie is passionate about the student experience, strong interpersonal relationships, servant leadership, and the volunteer spirit. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, the outdoors, and travelling.

Upcoming seminars are: 

Andrea Mammoli, EPRI - September 25

Multicultural Student Life Educations - October 2
Diversity and Inclusion: Cross-cultural Communication 

David Gao, University of Denver - October 9
Wind Control

Masood Parvania, University of Utah - October 16

Brian Sohn, Carson Newman University - October 23
Professional Development: Listening and Learning in New Domains

TBA - October 30

Jingling Sun, University of Tennessee and Yu Yan, University of Tennessee - November 6
TBD and Zero-Voltage Switching for a Dual-Active-Bridge-Based Bidirectional EV Charger

Dr. Hong Tao - November 13