Your STEM Degree in Action: Careers in Intellectual Property and Technology Commercialization is free and open to the public. Registration is requested.
What can you do with a STEM degree? Hear from four young professionals who have followed their STEM pathways down very different roads in academia, industry, new ventures and law. These emerging experts will share their experiences working to advance innovations and will talk about ways to build your technology commercialization experience while pursuing your STEM degree.
This session is part two of a three-part miniseries focused on tools and strategies for advancing your career prospects in research and beyond. The first session on Feb. 17 focused on communications tools for researchers, while the final session will cover social impact.
Featuring: Carly Conway, Exact Sciences; Zach Ellis, Rev1; Katharine Schulz, Quarles & Brady; Jessica Parrott, UW-Madison graduate student; and Justin Anderson, WARF (moderator).
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Effective January 25, the Discovery Building will be open to support UW-Madison on-site classes. Most in-person events have been canceled and several events will be offered virtually. Visit discovery.wisc.edu/covid for the latest updates to our events in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus).