UW-Stout will be welcoming Dr. Robert Meyer, President of the Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, as the 2014 Career and Technical Education Executive in Residence. Dr. Meyer has served as President of WITC since 2009; prior to that time, he was Dean of the College of Technology, Engineering and Management, Director of the NWMOC/STTI, Program Director for Manufacturing Engineering and Professor in the Engineering and Technology Department at UW-Stout.
President Meyer will be on campus March 26 and 27, 2014, speaking to students and faculty in large and small group sessions. Share this information with your students and mark your calendars now and plan to attend the keynote presentation titled: The Gift of Leadership on Wednesday, March 26 from 4-5 p.m. in room 210 Applied Arts.
For those that you are off campus, we welcome you to make a trip to Stout to participate in the CTE Executive in Residence program. If that is not feasible for you, a special session for off campus students will be held Thursday morning at 8 am. We will facilitate a session using Blackboard Collaborate to provide you the opportunity to learn from and with Dr. Meyer. Check back in for more information – details to follow!
There will also be opportunity for you to spend time with President Meyer in a small group setting and class discussion. A complete schedule will be coming out soon!
About the CTE Executive in Residence Program: The Career and Technical Education Residency Program was developed to inspire, motivate, and showcase career successes of graduates of UW-Stout. A variety of distinguished leaders in Career and Technical Education volunteer their time and expertise for one or several days on the UW-Stout campus in order to facilitate student and faculty development via small group seminars, round table discussions, and presentations open to the campus. Residents are selected based on their demonstrated leadership, exemplary moral code, novel problem solving techniques, a proven record of exemplary team building and/or strategic planning, and demonstrated passion for serving as a role model.