Professional Training Forum PART 2; TIME MANAGEMENT

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THIS IS THE SECOND OF THE FOUR WEBINARS BEING PRESENTED. EACH OF THESE FOUR NEEDS REGISTRATION.

"What is one thing we never have enough of? Time! In this talk, I will review some common
failproof strategies to manage your time and be more productive. We will discuss strategies
focused on timeblocking, prioritization and goal setting, the importance of environment, and
assessment and reflection."

9:00-10:00  PART 1

*   Project Management: The key involvement  and execution

    Julian Morales, PMP, Past GBS Chair

10:00- 11:00  PART 2

*  Time Management: Key Tips

    Dr Sabia Abidi, Rice University

11:00- 12:00   PART 3

*   Ethics in Business and Profession

     Dr Zafar Taqvi, UHCL

12:00-1:00     PART 4

*   Professional Engineering: How to become a PE

     Bob Becnel,  R5 Director



  Date and Time

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  • Date: 11 Nov 2023
  • Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
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ZOOM INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED TO ALL REGISTRANTS AFTER THE CLOSE OF REGISTRATION.

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  • Starts 05 November 2023 08:59 AM
  • Ends 10 November 2023 05:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
  • No Admission Charge


  Speakers

SABIA of Rice University

Topic:

TIME MANAGEMENT

Dr Abidi will focus on the time management process and how it effects our professional productivity.

"What is one thing we never have enough of? Time! In this talk, I will review some common
failproof strategies to manage your time and be more productive. We will discuss strategies
focused on timeblocking, prioritization and goal setting, the importance of environment, and
assessment and reflection."

Biography:

 She is currently the Women in Engineering (WIE) chapter chair and Vice Chair of Engineering in Medicine and Biology (EMBS)chapter of the Galveston Bay Section.

"Sabia Abidi, PhD
Rice University, Houston, TX
sza2@rice.edu
Sabia Abidi is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the bioengineering department at Rice
University and has taught courses in Systems Physiology, Troubleshooting of Clinical Lab
Equipment, and Senior Design. Abidi has a doctorate in biomedical engineering from the
University of Texas, Austin. Her investigations utilized in vitro 3-D polymer scaffolds and notch
ligand functionalized microbeads to scale up the production of T cells for therapeutic use. Abidi
also completed postdoctoral research at NYU School of Medicine utilizing microbiological
techniques for malaria research to characterize a unique Plasmodium phenotype – a triggering
of parasite death at high densities. Prior to her appointment at Rice, Abidi worked as a
postdoctoral associate in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT where
she conducted research on using microfluidics for the diagnosis and treatment of red blood cell-related diseases. Abidi has 10 journal publications and 3 patent applications and has been
awarded funding from NASA, Brown Foundation, and Kern Family Foundation to pursue
teaching-based initiatives. She is committed to mentorship and STEM outreach through the IEEE
WIE, Big Brother/Big Sister, serving as a judge for Rice-related and Future City competitions."

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