Join Notre Dame’s Master of Science in Patent Law and ESTEEM programs at the SWE event in Madison, WI this Saturday!
Learn more about our curriculum, and find out more about the perks of patent agency and why now is the right time to enter patent law. Join us at Notre Dame’s technology incubator, Innovation Park, on February 24, 2012, for an open house.
When: 12:30-8:00 pm
Where: Innovation Park at Notre Dame
1400 Angela Blvd.
Notre Dame, IN 46614
RSVP required. If you would like to attend this event please email Khoa Huynh firstname.lastname@example.org or call 574-485-2279
by February 15th.
Tentative Schedule of Events
12:30–2:00 pm: Check-in and Welcome Reception in the 3rd Floor Boardroom
Sandwiches and beverages
Innovation Park tours 1-2 pm
2:00-4:00 pm: Info Sessions
ESTEEM and Patent Law One Year Master’s of Science Degree Programs
David Murphy – ESTEEM Program
Karen Deak – Patent Law Program
4:00-5:00 pm: Invited Speaker
Joseph Queenan, Innovation Park Early Stage Advisor and Recovering Entrepreneur
5:00-6:00 pm: Keynote Address
David Murphy, Associate Dean, Director of ESTEEM
6:00 pm-7:30 pm: Dinner Reception
Current ESTEEM students, ESTEEM alumni, ESTEEM faculty & faculty mentors, and Innovation Park Administrators
8:35 pm: Hockey Game
Michigan State vs. Notre Dame
RSVP required (Tickets available on a limited basis and are first come, first served; Standing room only since game is SOLD OUT)
Post game networking: Place TBD
Coming in from out of town?
Fairfield Inn and Suites – King suite rooms (includes breakfast) are reserved under the ESTEEM Program
Ivy Court and Suites – Double rooms are available at the rate of $89.00/night (includes breakfast) are reserved
under the ESTEEM Program at the adjacent to campus.1220 East Angela Boulevard South Bend, IN 46617 (574) 234-5510
Other suggested hotels within walking distance of Innovation Park: The Morris Inn at Notre Dame http://morrisinn.nd.edu/
Note: This event is open to students on campus and off campus interested in the ESTEEM and Patent Law One Year Master’s Degree Programs. The event is also open to faculty at area colleges who may be advising students on post graduate studies.