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Careers in Project Management Brown Bag: Tools and Tips from Mary Samy, MSc

February 16, 2016

Are you interested in exploring a career in project management? Or simply want to strenghten your skills in this area?

In this session one-hour Brown Bag session, Mary Samy will share her experiences working as a project manager, identify project management industries and resources relevant to those who want to actively pursue role in this area. As well, she will share tools and frameworks that you can integrate into your practice right away.

When: February 25, 12 noon–1:00 pm
Where: Research Commons, room 7010, Library, Burnaby
Register via this link.

Mary Samy has worked as a project manager on several multi-million dollar projects and completed a MSc in Project Management at the University of Washington. Samy knows how to successfully run a project though the project life cycle in the most efficient manner to ensure that the project is delivered on time and under budget.  She specializes in implementing efficient processes to improve time management protocols as her motto is to “work smarter, not harder.” She has hired many employees throughout the years and knows what to look for in a skilled employee to optimize the success of her team.

This session is offered in partnership by the Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology, the SFU Postdoctoral Fellows Association, and the APEX Professional Development Program with the Office of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Fellows. 

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