Golden Medallion Society
College of Science and Engineering
Virtual Golden Medallion Society Reunion
Thursday, May 6, 2021
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (Central)
A link to join the Zoom meeting will be sent automatically from "CSE Alumni Relations" following registration.
The College of Science and Engineering Golden Medallion Society honors alumni who have reached the 50th anniversary of their graduation from the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering (formerly the Institute of Technology)! Each May, as new members are inducted into the society, existing members are invited back to join the celebration.
While we are unable to gather on campus for this year’s Golden Medallion Society Reunion, we look forward to virtually reuniting with you! First-time reunion attendees will be invited to participate in a special induction ceremony with members of the classes of 1970 and 1971.
Don’t forget to wear maroon and gold (and your medallion too, if you’d like)!
This event is complimentary, but requires pre-registration.
First-time Reunion attendees: If you registered by April 15, a commemorative medallion is en route to the mailing address provided in your registration. Please have your medallion handy on May 6 for the virtual induction ceremony. If you registered after April 15, your medallion may arrive after the event.
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What to Expect:
- College updates from Dean Mos Kaveh
- News of new initiatives, innovative research, and the students of today as they become the leaders of tomorrow
- Golden Medallion Society induction for the Classes of 1970 and 1971 and other attendees who have not previously participated in the event.
- Time to chat with classmates and fellow alumni in breakout rooms
Keynote Presentation: “Critical Partnerships Drive Innovation: The Road to Responsive Medicine”
Presented by Brenda Ogle, Professor and Department Head, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Professor Ogle will introduce the concept of responsive medicine as the development and clinical implementation of therapies that respond to the response of the patient to therapy. She will describe how responsive medicine will require innovation in electromechanical devices, machine learning, artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, and cell-based therapies. Her own work is focused on developing living cardiac muscle to repair the damaged heart and she will share the most recent advances of her lab. Finally, she will share a new framework to establish the University of Minnesota as a leader in responsive medicine.
Not sure how to use Zoom?
We are holding a Zoom practice session on Tuesday, May 4 from noon-2 p.m. (Central). Drop in anytime between noon and 2 p.m. using the link below, to ask questions, poke around the platform, and to learn more about features we plan to use during the event. If you have trouble joining the practice session, please call Janet at 612-626-7637.