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Manufacturing conference offers special rates to faculty, staff and students
STANFORD -- The Stanford community can attend either or both days of the 1992 Manufacturing Conference at special rates of $20 and $40. The theme is "Integrated Manufacturing: Breaking Down the Walls."
The conference opens Friday evening, May 1, at the Palo Alto Holiday Inn. It features speaker Ken Iverson, chairman and CEO of Nucor Corp., a leader in the steel industry. Tickets for Stanford faculty, staff and students are $40; dinner is included in the price.
On Saturday, May 2, Harvard Business School Prof. Steven Wheelwright (Stanford MBA '69, PhD '70) will deliver the keynote address at the Graduate School of Business. Participants may choose four seminars to attend during the day. Ticket price for the Stanford community is $20; it includes continental breakfast, lunch and a reception following the conference.
Space is limited in many of the seminars. For reservations, call or fax Doris Matsukawa at (415) 424-9844.
The Manufacturing Conference is sponsored by the Business School's manufacturing club and the School of Engineering's club for automation and manufacturing.
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