Engineering Futures seminar series: Team Chartering
Saturday, May 31, 2014
1:00 PM-3:00 PM
The award-winning Tau Beta Pi Engineering Futures Program was founded more than 20 years ago in response to a need to provide engineering students training in the "soft skills," those non-technical skills necessary for success in the workplace but rarely included in engineering curricula. The Engineering Futures Program received national recognition as winner of the 2007 Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Award.
For the Team Chartering Module, we will be talking about working in teams: Defining the Role of Teams--Learn the importance of teams in today's world and the growth stages experienced by all teams; Developing the Team's Charter--Learn how to create a charter for a team. Participate in an entertaining team-building exercise.
After completion of this workshop, you will receive a certificate for this module. After completing all five modules, you are eligible for the complete certification of the Engineering Futures program.
RSVP at http://goo.gl/WKAVYi by May 28, and a confirmation email will be sent out with location information on May 29. As the workshop is discussion and activity based, we will limit the attendance to 25 people.