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Uniquely-Abled Professional Development Event

December 6 @ 8:30 am - 11:00 am

Join us on Friday, December 6, 2019 to learn about best practices for supporting students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the challenges they face when seeking internships and employment, and some unique benefits of neurodiverse individuals. We will explore this topic with two speakers and an interactive panel.

Time: 8:30 – 11:00 a.m.
Location: MSOE- Diercks’ Hall
Register Here

Our Speakers:
Angela Moureau, is the Assistant Director of Student Services & Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services at MSOE.   In addition to working directly with students on the spectrum, she has done numerous professional development training sessions to help educate faculty and staff at MSOE on the unique needs and strengths of this population.
Matt Juzenas is the Creative Director at Islands of Brilliance/Brilliant Studios, where he guides neurodiverse talent through design and production projects in an integrated work environment.
Panel Discussion:
Angela will moderate a panel discussion and guide audience questions with an MSOE student, an employer, a job developer, and a college professional who devlelops curricula for ASD students transitioning into internships and employment.

Program:

8:30AM Check-in – Coffee with the Colleges (lite refreshments)

9:00AM Welcome, Laura Schmidt, MSOE Director of Corporate Relations

9:10AM Angela Moureau, MSOE Assistant Director of Student Services & Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services

9:40 AM Matt Juzenas, Creative Director at Islands of Brilliance/Brilliant Studios,

10:00AM Interactive Panel

10:55AM Closing remarks

11:00AM Optional Tour of Diercks Hall which includes their Corporate Partnership Office and the Super Computer

Thank you to MSOE for the gift of this beautiful space to host our MACIC event.

Park once and attend two fantastic events!

Following the MACIC Professional Development Event, The Commons is hosting their Demo Day (an open science fair showcase of innovation) next door in the Direct Supply Innovation Center. Seperate registration for The Commons Demo Day:  Demo Day

Parking Information:

In addition to street parking, there are multiple indoor and outdoor parking options available near Diercks’ Hall.

Although there are others, here are two cost effective options on or near MSOE’s campus:

  • SP+ Parking Surface Lot ($5 / day)
    Enter at: 221 E Juneau Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202 (Map)Directions to MSOE:Map

    From the North (via I-43)

    Take I-43 south to downtown Milwaukee. Then take Highway 145 east/McKinley Avenue exit (exit # 73A). Turn left (east) on McKinley; proceed for about six blocks. Turn right on Broadway to the specific building or parking lot on campus.

    From the North (via 41/45)

    Take Highway 41 south to Milwaukee; then take I-94 east to downtown Milwaukee; then take I-43 north toward Green Bay (exit # 310B; then take Highway 145 east/McKinley Avenue exit (exit # 73A). Proceed on McKinley for about six blocks. Turn right on Broadway to the specific building or parking lot on campus.

    From the South

    Take I-94 west/I-43 north to downtown Milwaukee. Continue north on I-43, then take Highway 145 east/McKinley Avenue exit (exit # 73A). Proceed on McKinley for about six blocks. Turn right on Broadway to the specific building or parking lot on campus.

    From the West

    Take I-94 east to downtown Milwaukee; then take I-43 north toward Green Bay (exit # 310B); 794; then take Highway 145 east/McKinley Avenue exit (exit # 73A). Proceed on McKinley for about six blocks. Turn right on Broadway to the specific building or parking lot on campus.

For questions, contact:

Jenny McGilligan, mcgillij@matc.edu

Julie Walker, walkerjs@uwm.edu

Venue

Milwaukee School of Engineering Diercks Hall
1025 N. Milwaukee St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States
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