Ann Arbor Software Council presents Professor John Laird, Associate Chair Of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Engineering At the University of Michigan May 10

Apr 30, 2001, 01:00 ET from Ann Arbor Software Council

    ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Ann Arbor Software Council is
 proud to present John Laird, Associate Chair of Electrical Engineering and
 Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan Thursday, May
 10 at 5:30 p.m. at Wolverine Tower, 3003 S. State Street, Room 18 in Ann
 Arbor.  John's presentation is titled, "An Overview of Computer Science and
 Engineering at U of M."  He will discuss current activities and future plans
 for computer science and computer engineering at the University of Michigan.
 This will include the undergraduate programs, graduate programs, research
 program, and activities that involve interaction between students, faculty and
 the local software industry.
     The topics to be discussed by Dr. Laird include faculty start-ups and the
 business opportunities they represent to the community.  Also, he will
 describe classes at the University where industry will be invited to bring
 their problems and projects together with a team of students to work together
 on solutions.  Dr. Laird will be looking for input from the audience regarding
 a structure to communicate the availability of students looking for
 internships.
     The networking and registration starts at 5:30 p.m.  Light refreshments
 will be served.  Reservations are requested.  Cost for Software Council
 members, $10; Prospective members, $15; Students, $5.  Registration is
 available online at www.annarborchamber.org or by calling Martha Johnson at
 734-214-0101.
 
     The Ann Arbor Software Council is a forum for users and providers of
 software products and services that are vital to the professional growth of
 our people and promotes Ann Arbor as the premier center for software
 development.  The Chamber services the administrative needs of the Software
 Council.
 
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    ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Ann Arbor Software Council is
 proud to present John Laird, Associate Chair of Electrical Engineering and
 Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan Thursday, May
 10 at 5:30 p.m. at Wolverine Tower, 3003 S. State Street, Room 18 in Ann
 Arbor.  John's presentation is titled, "An Overview of Computer Science and
 Engineering at U of M."  He will discuss current activities and future plans
 for computer science and computer engineering at the University of Michigan.
 This will include the undergraduate programs, graduate programs, research
 program, and activities that involve interaction between students, faculty and
 the local software industry.
     The topics to be discussed by Dr. Laird include faculty start-ups and the
 business opportunities they represent to the community.  Also, he will
 describe classes at the University where industry will be invited to bring
 their problems and projects together with a team of students to work together
 on solutions.  Dr. Laird will be looking for input from the audience regarding
 a structure to communicate the availability of students looking for
 internships.
     The networking and registration starts at 5:30 p.m.  Light refreshments
 will be served.  Reservations are requested.  Cost for Software Council
 members, $10; Prospective members, $15; Students, $5.  Registration is
 available online at www.annarborchamber.org or by calling Martha Johnson at
 734-214-0101.
 
     The Ann Arbor Software Council is a forum for users and providers of
 software products and services that are vital to the professional growth of
 our people and promotes Ann Arbor as the premier center for software
 development.  The Chamber services the administrative needs of the Software
 Council.
 
                     MAKE YOUR OPINION COUNT -  Click Here
                http://tbutton.prnewswire.com/prn/11690X46177015
 
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