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Date & Time: March 19th, 2021; 1000-1100 EST (Live session with Q&A discussion)Audience: U.S. Government, industry young professionals, engineering students, and those students considering engineering. This presentation
will introduce key processes, concepts and opportunities in Materials Engineering.Virtual Course Format: The one-hour presentation and discussion will occur in Microsoft Teams. If you do not have Teams, you will be able to
view this event in your browser.Enrollment Fee: FREE!Questions: Please email email@example.com or call ASNE HQ at (703) 836-6727.
Dr. Maureen Foley is a leading Materials Engineer with the U.S. Navy. She is graciously doing this special presentation for engineering students, Introduction to Requirements Definition and Materials Selection in Developing New Components for
U.S. Navy Applications. If you are wondering about how engineers design and use new materials, she will explain this design process in great detail. She also will share her experience as an engineering, and answer questions you may have about
possible future career paths.
Dr. Foley is a regular presenter at scientific conferences. She shares the latest developments in material engineering, and data from recent investigations and trials. The graphics to the right depict some of the research she presented during
the Fleet Maintenance & Modernization Symposium in September 2020. Her presentations show the engineering design process she designs for her team and the resulting data that informed their final solutions. She will introduce these ideas for
those new to Materials Engineering.
In addition, Dr. Foley is a STEM advocate. She will be happy to discuss her path through engineering and discuss your questions about future career paths. You can read about her passion for STEM in this July 2020 article.
Here is a brief video of Dr. Foley explaining her expertise as a "Magnificent 8" awardee winner. Join us on March 19 to talk with her directly!
You will be able to participate in this event using your favorite browser, or Microsoft Teams if you prefer.
On March 18, an invitation with the link will be sent to you. Please also check Spam or junk mail if you expected the registration email and it was not received. There will also be event details on the PEP page on the morning of March 19 if
you are late to signing up.
Questions: Please contact ASNE at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 836-6727.