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Join ETM Faculty at the ASEM 2022 Hybrid International Annual Conference

ASEM Logo.ETM Faculty are busy contributing to the knowledge base for the Engineering Management profession at the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) International Annual Conference. Feel free to reach out directly to the faculty member if you are interested in their topic.

Thursday, October 6th,

1:30-2:30pm (EDT) Workforce Disengagement – The Easiest Management Method by Dr. David Paulus

2:45-3:45pm (EDT) Complex System Governance (CSG) Principles to Guide AI adoption by Dr. Luna Magpili

2:45-3:45pm (EDT) Emerging Trends in Engineering Leadership Workshop, Part I, lead by Dr. Alice Squires & Dr. Todd Vanek

4:00-5:00pm (EDT) Emerging Trends in Engineering Leadership Workshop, Part II, lead by Dr. Alice Squires & Dr. Todd Vanek

Professional project manager presenting management skills.

Friday, October 7th

8:00-8:50am (EDT) – Council of Engineering Management Academic Leaders (CEMAL) Meeting, Chaired by Dr. Todd Vanek

12:15-1:30pm (EDT) – Ready, Set, Next Gen: Early Career Perspectives on the Future of Engineering Management Panel lead by Dr. Todd Vanek

4:00-5:00pm (EDT) – Teaching Metacognition Practices For Engineering Management Leadership Learning and Awareness by Dr. Kay Bachman

Dr. Bill Gray Retires: A Quarter Century of Service to WSU

Headshot of William Gray.

After more than 25 years of teaching in the Engineering and Technology Management (ETM) program at Washington State University, Dr. Bill Gray has retired with a plan to spend more time with his wife, Manji, on his ranch in Eatonville, WA. Bill joined the ETM program in 1996 as a Lecturer while working full time at the Boeing Company. He transitioned to a full-time faculty member in 2009 following his retirement from Boeing after 40 years. Dr. Gray supported hundreds of students pursuing their master’s degree in Engineering and Technology Management (METM). “Dr. Gray has positively impacted ETM students through his teaching, advising, and mentoring,” said Todd Vanek, director of the ETM Program. “He helped working engineers and technical professionals build confidence in their management skills.” In addition to supporting students in and out of the online course space, Bill was a sage and mentor to many ETM faculty. “We’re grateful for his long service and dedication. He will be sorely missed.”