Diverse industry leaders from automotive, energy, aerospace and mining take office in January 2020.
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SME and AMT ‒ The Association For Manufacturing Technology, have assembled an expert group of speakers who will share thought-provoking insights about the technologies impacting the industry during SOUTHTEC 2019, Oct. 22-24, at the Greenville Convention Center in Greenville, South Carolina.
SME, a manufacturing association promoting the interests of manufacturing industries, advanced manufacturing technologies and the development of the manufacturing workforce, has elevated 2019 president-elect Susan Smyth, PhD, FSME, NAE, to be its 2020 president.
Top-notch speaker roster includes industry innovators Jim Balsillie, Jean Charest and Ric Fulop.
From June 2-4, the Smart Manufacturing Experience will provide manufacturers an opportunity to engage with the most advanced smart manufacturing technologies that they can deploy quickly to boost productivity, increase sales, improve efficiency, reduce costs and keep up with increasingly sophisticated competition.
The application process for SME Education Foundation Scholarships has opened. Eligible students include high school seniors, undergraduates and graduate students pursuing degrees in advanced manufacturing/technology and related fields at two and four-year colleges.
SOUTHTEC attendees to gain insight into increasing profits through business cycle changes
SOUTHTEC 2019 To Empower Southeastern Manufacturers
SME has installed its new officers, directors and council representatives. The new volunteer leaders take office in January 2020.
Jeannine Kunz, vice president of Tooling U-SME, is among several Michigan influencers named to the 2019 Notable Women in Education Leadership list, presented by “Crain’s Detroit Business.” Crain’s selected Kunz, who leads SME’s workforce development and training division, along with other Michigan women who have made a difference in the education field, the workplace and their communities.