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University instructors are suddenly tasked with developing weeks of online content. Join us on March 17 at 12 PM Eastern for a panel discussion from online educators in Process Dynamics and Control. Brian Douglas, Jeffrey Kantor, Steven Brunton, and Anthony Rossiter will share online resources and advice for faculty and students in process dynamics & control distance education. Brief presentations will be followed by a panel discussion with Q+A. The session is sponsored by the AIChE CAST division and CACHE.

Link to join Zoom meeting (max 200 participants): https://apmonitor.com/wiki/index.php/Main/ApplicationWebinars

Best regards,

John Hedengren
Associate Professor
Brigham Young University



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