Get your tickets for the 2015 Engineers Week Banquet

Case School of Engineering students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends are invited to attend the annual Engineers Week Banquet Thursday, Feb. 26 at the Intercontinental Hotel.
 
John Nottingham and John Spirk, the co-founders of business innovation firm Nottingham Spirk, will deliver the keynote address: "Think Vertical: Expanding the Role of Engineering Through Vertical Innovation."


Nottingham, Spirk and their innovation team have created a number of award-winning products, including the SpinBrush, the largest selling powered toothbrush line; Swiffer SweeperVac, the largest selling floor care appliance; Scott's Snap Spreader System; dozens of Dirt Devil/Hoover products, Sherwin-Williams Twist & Pour; CardioInsight EC Vue, a noninvasive heart mapping system based on  technology originally developed at Case Western Reserve University; and HeathSpot, the first integrated, commercialized telemedicine/medical device system.
 
General admission tickets are $80 per person and student tickets are $20. Order your ticket now.
 
Each year, Case Western Reserve University celebrates National Engineers Week by hosting activities and events to honor the achievements made by engineers and the positive impacts the profession makes upon our everyday lives.
 
This year, Engineers Week runs Feb. 14-27, 2015, and features the Department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering. Visit the Engineers Week website for the latest updates on the week’s activities.