Could you use strategies and tips for interacting with industry partners, and ensuring effective outcomes?
Workshop: Faculty-Industry Relationships
Application and Industry
I found value in the connections with other people, the stimulation from the presentation that led to idea generation, and the time to think about this topic.
- From a workshop survey
Faculty-Industry Relationships (FIRe) is a workshop designed for faculty relatively new to working with industry. FIRe introduces faculty to strategies for working and interacting with industry partners given a shared goal of value creation.
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Your Workshop Journey
Learn and employ various ways to engage with industrial partners
Be provided with sample agreements
Generate an understanding for the value these partnerships can bring to all parties (faculty, students, and the industry partner)
Examples of Workshop Content
Creating Connections Through a First-Year Service Course
Connects core chemical engineering concepts to real-world applications with this outline for the full semester design project, preliminary feedback for engaging a client, and future plans.
Industry-Academia Partnerships are vital to both parties, yet rarely are the partnerships planned, tracked, and evaluated. This card shares an infrastructure and landscape analysis framework that can help departments/colleges identify and deliver mutual benefits through new and existing partnerships.