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Ford Motor Company
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$ Million in corporate investment in FY20
Corporate visits hosted by our office in FY20
Using biomedical case studies, U-M faculty will provide hands-on experience in the application of the latest data science techniques, including machine and deep learning. These techniques will enable attendees to discover hidden trends and relationships in their organization’s data; analyze or predict therapeutic, biological, and clinical outcomes; and to scale these analyses to large, complex data sets.
Participants will have opportunities to learn, network, and collaborate with U-M biomedical faculty throughout the week-long bootcamp.
August 18, 1-6 PM
The COVID-19 pandemic put mental health issues front and center and created an unexpected opportunity for employers to better support their employees. The 2nd Annual Workplace Mental Health Conference will bring together key stakeholders to discuss strategies to improve employee mental health.
Topics will include transforming company culture, innovations in workplace mental health, case studies, and special presentations on millennials and compassion in the workplace.
September 17, 12:00 PM EST
Spotlight is a competitive presentation of operations and manufacturing solutions developed by Tauber Institute student teams from their 14-week team projects. Students showcase their project results and compete for academic scholarships. It is an excellent opportunity to establish relationships with students and corporate partners, expand your university presence, and see many new ideas in operations and manufacturing.
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