Brown University School of Engineering

Enhancing Innovation and Entrepreneurship within the Enterprise

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Wednesday, April 18, 2012 12:00pm - 1:00pm
200 Dyer Street, Room 101

Brown Bag Lunch: Bring your lunch. Water, fruit, and cookies will be provided. Presented by Angus Kingon, School of Engineering, Brown University Dr. Angus Kingon is a Professor of Engineering and the Faculty Director and Barrett Hazeltine University Professor of Entrepreneurship and Organizational Studies at Brown University. He is also a physical chemist, engineer, materials scientist, inventor, management professor, and entrepreneur. In July 2008, he began a four-year appointment as COE director; he is also the co-director of the Engineering Master’s in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship, PRIME, and has been instrumental in launching the Brown-IE Executive MBA program. His background in both materials technology and business management is evident in his 300 refereed papers, seven books and six book chapters. A fellow of the American Ceramic Society, fellow of the Center for Innovation Management Studies, and the Price Foundation Innovative Entrepreneurship Educator of 2006, he served as senior chief scientist at the National Physical Research Laboratory in South Africa from 1977to 1983 and was a founding member of South Africa’s National Institute for Materials Research from 1983 to 1987. Brown University Continuing Education welcomes the community to our spring events series, held in our new offices on 200 Dyer Street. This event is free and open to the public.