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2021-2022 Schedule Accordion Closed
|11/11||Veteran's Day Holiday|
|11/18||TBD - Last CIS of Fall Semester|
|1/20||TBD - First CIS of Spring Sememster|
|3/17 or 3/24||TBD|
Construction Industry Seminar
Each semester our department holds a weekly event we call “Construction Industry Seminar.” The Construction Industry Seminar is an exciting way for your company to personally get in touch with our students. It’s an opportunity to connect construction and engineering companies with potential employees (our students!), and it also provides a way for professionals to share their expertise with our students. During the Tuesday or Thursday evening session, we invite all of our CM & Civil and Environmental Engineering students to attend a professional seminar presented by your company! Typically 40-50 students attend.
Note: As the number of Thursday sessions is limited, priority scheduling is given to our Generation Next Sponsors. They receive a CIS as part of their sponsorship package. Any dates left in the late spring will be opened up to the public. Please get in touch if you are not a Gen Next Sponsor and would like to purchase a spring CIS date.
More information for presenters/employers Accordion Closed
We ask your firm to make a focused presentation on a cutting edge project or process. These presentations are a great opportunity for you to share your expertise with our students and also show your firm’s unique approach to construction. We suggest that you incorporate interactive activities in your presentations and keep ‘canned’ presentations short. Allow ample time for Q&A.
While the typical seminar is scheduled for 1 hour, we can schedule longer sessions for interactive activities. Contact the NAU Seminar Coordinator for more information.
When is the Construction Industry Seminar?
The Construction Industry Seminar is scheduled on Thursday evenings from 5:30 PM until 6:30 PM. We encourage companies take resumes from interested students during the event.
For more information please contact Seminar Coordinator, Professors Kai Kaoni or John Tingerthal.