Wolf Yeigh, PhD.
1997-98 WISE Faculty-
For the past twenty plus
years, WISE has made a lasting impact on students, faculty, and
sponsors while influencing public policy debates. The program truly
forged partnerships between engineering and public policy. The
graduates of WISE continue to play leadership roles in public policy
in this technology-driven 21st century. In addition to making
life-long friendships with student leaders, I have personally
benefited from participating in WISE as it prepared me to serve in
leadership roles in engineering and in academe. Simply, WISE is one of
Bjong Wolf Yeigh, Ph.D.
Dean of Engineering and Aviation,
Saint Louis University
Former Assistant Provost for
Science & Technology,
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