How higher education can help industry meet the needs of advanced manufacturers

In this episode of the Grinding Gears podcast, we speak with Clemson professor's Josh Summers and Laine Mears about the new center for advanced manufacturing, why they're putting humans back at the center of manufacturing, and the economic impact manufacturing has on the I85 corridor. 

Laine and Josh also give a preview of an unprecedented forum on how higher education can best partner with industry to meet the needs of advanced manufacturers. See below:

Top-level executives from some of South Carolina’s largest and most influential companies are coming together in Greenville on Oct. 9 for an unprecedented forum on how higher education can best partner with industry to meet the needs of advanced manufacturers. 

Below is a list of industry leaders who will be attending the event:

-Knudt Flor, president and CEO of BMW Manufacturing

-Mike Mansuetti, president of Bosch North America

-Scott Clark, chairman and president of Michelin North America

-Dochul Choi, senior vice president for global business and technology strategies, Samsung Electronics America

-Wolfgang Rubrecht, vice president, strategy and business development at Siemens

-Tim Hardee, president of the South Carolina Technical College System

 

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Grinding Gears is sponsored by:
Assist 2 Develop: www.assist2develop.com
SolidWorks: http://www.solidworks.com

Download a copy of the Ebook: The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Positioning Your Firm to Thrive.

 

 
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