November 12, 2015 – 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Professor Doug Reeve will talk about strategies for reading – Why? What? Where? Who? When? – and make the case for reading to develop skills and capabilities that will serve you well. He will share his own favourites from fiction and non-technical non-fiction.

Bring a favourite book to share, trade or give away.

More about Professor Reeve:

    Professor Reeve is the founding Director of the Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (ILead) at the University of Toronto. Providing opportunities for leadership learning has been central to his work with engineering students for over twenty-five years.

    Dr. Reeve is a professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry and served as Chair from 2001-2011. He has worked with industry for many years as a consultant and president of a small consulting firm, frequently in international assignments. He has created and led professional development short courses for industry on over 50 occasions reaching over 5000 attendees. His contributions to the profession and to research have been recognized by numerous awards.

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