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Mobility is a vast topic spanning multiple disciplines including engineering, computing, robotics, social sciences, humanities, and others. Looking forward, how can Michigan Tech contribute towards a future where Mobility is more sustainable, equitable, and best supports the well-being of our region and beyond?
To help us begin to answer these questions, we are hosting two virtual Mobility events, starting with a panel discussion at 3 p.m. (EDT) on Tuesday, April 6. This event will feature an exciting group of national leaders in mobility, transportation, community leadership, public policy, and economic development who will share their unique perspectives on Mobility.
National Mobility Panelists
We hope you’ll join us as we initiate this important discussion and consider how national issues intersect with the unique challenges and opportunities of small cities and rural communities like those here in the Upper Peninsula. The goal is to make this event as interactive as possible and will feature an opportunity for participants to join the discussion during a live Q&A. This event is free to attend but registration is required and space is limited, so register today!
Regional Mobility Panelists
Our second panel discussion will be held one week later at 3 p.m. (EDT) on Tuesday, April 13. The discussion builds upon the first by bringing together a panel of community leaders and innovators from across the U.P. to discuss Mobility-related challenges and opportunities in our region. For more information and registration for both events, please visit http://www.mtu.edu/mobility.
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