By alumni for students
There are still a few free books available!
So you’re going to be an engineer? But what’s next? For some opportunities seem endless, making it impossible to choose. Others are still looking for the perfect career path. Whatever position you might be in, good examples, best-practices and role models always give some sense of direction and insight into the possibilities that lie ahead of you. Fortunately Delft University of Technology (DUT) has some wonderful and successful alumni, and we want you to meet them!
The Alumni Relations Office and Studium Generale have launched a new series called Inspiring Dialogues: interactive interviews with renowned DUT alumni giving you, the students, a chance to meet and talk to inspiring personalities that will help you skyrocket your career!
After two successful sessions, we continue the series with Allerd Stikker on 8 October 2019! Allerd Stikker studied chemical engineering at Delft University of Technology and occupied top positions in the corporate world for a period of 30 years.
After that, the next 35 years were devoted to explore the inseparable connection between economy, ecology, and technology and its practical implications for business and government policies. This includes analysing the positive and negative impact of technological innovations on the health of the planet and of society; providing useful guidelines for innovative engineers in the perspective of evolution.
During this interview Allerd hopes to inspire you with his experience and knowledge in this field. It goes without saying that there’s room for questions, so come join us and prepare to be inspired!
In case you can not be present, the session will also be filmed and broadcast live.
About the event
- This event will be held in English
- Lunch will be provided
- This event is free of charge, however, registration is mandatory
- The first 50 students to register get a free book during the event
- Registration closes when maximum capacity is reached
- Time: 12:45 – 13:30 (Doors open at 12:30)