SNL: Seidenberg Networking, Live
Live, from Pleasantville…It’s Pace Path Live! Plus, a Dean’s Forum in NYC that’s a must-attend for anyone interested in healthcare technology.
There are two big events coming up in the land of Seidenberg—luckily we’ve got one on each campus, so each and every Setter will be able to get it on the action!
Seidenberg Dean’s Forum (NYC)
Wednesday, April 20 | 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. | 163 William St., 2nd Floor Lounge
Seidenberg is proud to present “Healthcare Technology: Improving the Quality of Life.” The forum is an excellent chance to meet industry experts and learn about opportunities, trends, and future challenges facing healthcare technology. The event will feature David Putrino, PhD (Burke Rehabilitation & Research), Mike Capone (Metadata Solutions), Ben Goodman (4A Security & Compliance), Julia Moore Vogel (New York Genome Center), and Esma Paljevic (Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner).
In addition to learning valuable information about the ever-increasing merger of healthcare and technology, you’ll be treated to a complementary lunch. While the popular adage may state “there’s no such thing as a free lunch,” there clearly is such a thing as a Dean’s Forum WITH a free lunch.
Pace Path Live (PLV)
Wednesday, April 27 | 6:00 p.m. | Willcox Hall
Get excited, because Pace Path Live is coming—for the first time ever—to Pleasantville! Seidenberg’s popular event gives students an inside look as to what working in technology is like today. Led by Interim Dean Jonathan Hill, the event will include several speakers, all of whom are accomplished technology professionals that can help you strengthen your professional network, and help you land those coveted internships and full-time jobs.
Just like any other great event, Pace Path Live will also include food, giveaways, and more. Interested? Sign up through the Pace Path Live website today!
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