Socioengineering: Technology, Business, and Policy Systems for 21st Century Leadership
Dr Norman Augustine (Lockheed Martin)
"For every engineering action there is an equal and opposite social reaction."
What are the grand challenges for our society and civilization as we look ahead to the year 2050, and how is engineering going to shape not only our individual well-being but also our societal well-being?
Dr. Norman Augustine, Retired CEO and Chairman of Lockheed Martin, will present and discuss the knowledge, skills, and perspectives future engineers will need as they contribute to addressing societal grand challenges.
Dr. Augustine holds an honorary doctorate from Penn State and has served at the highest levels of leadership in business, government, and academia. He has received the U.S. Presidential award, the National Medal of Technology and Innovation.
He has served as Undersecretary of the U.S. Army and chair of the National Academy of Engineering. He has served as a trustee of both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Princeton. He is a trustee emeritus of Johns Hopkins University.
This event is co-sponsored by: The Office of the Provost, The College of Engineering, The Smeal College of Business, The Schreyer Honors College, the Institute for the Arts and Humanities, and the Engineering Systems Program.