Case Western Reserve University’s chapter of Beta Theta Pi is sponsoring a community-wide discussion on unconventional career paths and the downsides to streamlined thinking.
“Look Past the Conventional: Downsides to Streamlined Thinking” will be held Monday, Jan. 17, from 5 to 6 p.m. via Zoom.
Jose Nazario (CWR ’17), now a PhD candidate in mechanical engineering at University of Tennessee, a technology instructor at Pellissippi State Community College, will lead a discussion on how he has successfully made a career out of doing what interests him and not holding back. The seminar aims to help attendees rethink what is possible with their careers and gain useful knowledge in how to define their own path.
Beta Theta Pi holds cultivation of the intellect as one of its five core values and sees this seminar as a way to benefit the greater community.