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Oct. 5: Boeing, Microsoft, other experts on career panel

PULLMAN, Wash. – Alumni with corporate, medical and legal expertise will be members of a career panel for Washington State University students at 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 5, in the Honors Hall Lounge. Pizza will be served.

The free panel will precede the Career Expo and Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Technical Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 6, in Beasley Coliseum. Learn more at https://ascc.wsu.edu/career-expo/.

“The Honors panel professionals will relate how well their WSU education prepared them for their future careers,” said Jessica Cassleman, assistant dean of the Honors College. “They look forward to sharing knowledge and answering questions from students.”

Members of the panel are:

Lana Earhart, senior program manager in the Microsoft Corp. strategic enterprise services IT digital media program, Seattle

Lindsey Elhart, member of the Boeing business career foundation program, Seattle

Joshua D. McKarcher, attorney at Clements, Brown & McNichols, Lewiston, Idaho

Brandt C. Mohr, chief technology officer at MOHR Test and Measurement, Richland, Wash., and physician specializing in nuclear medicine/radiology at Kennewick Radiology Group, Kennewick, Wash.

The panel is hosted by the Honors College and Honors Student Advisory Council with support from the Boeing Co.

 

 

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