Alumni Reflections in the School of Engineering luncheon is Nov. 6
John Heimerl '88, '04 M.S., will speak on "Which Path is the Right One for Me?" at the next event in the Alumni Reflections in the School of Engineering luncheon series.
The event will be held from noon to 1:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, in Room LL54, Owens Science Hall. A light lunch will be provided. All UST students and staff and faculty members are welcome to attend.
Heimerl will reflect on his diverse volunteer activities, work experiences and educational pursuits that have shaped his personal and professional life. He earned a B.A. in chemistry and an M.S. in manufacturing systems from St. Thomas. In addition to his 18 years industry experience as a chemist, his activities have included volunteering with the Police Reserve, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the UST Alumni-Student Mentoring Program. He also has served as a religious education volunteer and an adult literacy tutor.
The Alumni Reflections in the School of Engineering luncheon series presents UST alumni who discuss with students how they integrate faith, reason and service into their personal and professional lives.
This Alumni Reflections luncheon is sponsored by the School of Engineering, the University of St. Thomas Alumni Association and the Events and Programs Committee of the board of directors.
Questions? Call Pam Christensen, Alumni and Constituent Relations, (651) 962-6445.