PROVIDENCE, RI (PRWEB) October 26, 2016
Brown University's Executive Master in Science and Technology Leadership (EMSTL) program today announced the members of its advisory committee. The EMSTL advisory committee comprises senior executives from science, technology and engineering fields who are known for success in facing the challenges of competing in today's complex, global economy.
These industry leaders will ensure the market relevance of the EMSTL program, which prepares technical experts to be global leaders who drive innovation and corporate success. The technically-trained professionals who choose EMSTL move beyond technical expertise by developing their leadership capacity, broadening their impact, and achieving personal and enterprise success.
"We are delighted to have such a distinguished and diverse group of industry leaders on the EMSTL advisory committee," said Sandra Smith, EMSTL director. "They join award-winning faculty and university leaders who are shaping the program and setting a new standard of leadership development for science and technology professionals."
Brown University’s EMSTL advisory committee members are:
Chief Technology Officer, Vonage
Executive Vice President and Head of Corporate Strategy (retired), Samsung Electronics
Chairman, President and CEO, Textron
Chief Marketing Officer, Power Services, GE Power
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Lyra Health
Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, Financial Institutions Group, Citigroup
Chief Talent Officer, SapientNitro
Jae Ha Lee
Dean, Graduate School of Business, Sungkyunkwan University
Founder and Chairman, JOULON, Dubaï, UAE
Senior Vice President, Advanced Materials & Systems Research - Technology Innovation BASF SE
Stanton J. Rowe
Chief Scientific Officer and Corporate Vice President, Advanced Technology, Edwards Lifesciences
Leonard A. Schlesinger
Professor, Business Administration, Harvard Business School, Harvard University
Chief Executive Officer, Aushon BioSystems
"Real-world problem solving is a key component of the EMSTL program," said Anubhav Tripathi, PhD, EMSTL executive academic director. “The advisory committee’s experience and insight are invaluable resources and ensure we address the complex problems leaders face as they accelerate their careers, broaden their impact, and propel their businesses forward.”
The EMSTL program leverages Brown's interdisciplinary excellence with a multidisciplinary curriculum focused on the development of pragmatic, immediately applicable leadership skills. Based at Brown’s School of Engineering and School of Professional Studies, EMSTL prepares highly effective leaders to unleash new market opportunities and drive significant growth. This 16-month graduate program meets the needs of working professionals with a highly collaborative learning environment and a blend of state-of-the-art online and residential learning. Graduates earn a Master’s degree from Brown University and join its powerful, global alumni network.
Brown University, an independent, coeducational Ivy League institution, offers outstanding undergraduate and post-graduate programs and a portfolio of executive master’s programs in Cybersecurity, Healthcare Leadership, Science and Technology Leadership, and the IE Brown Executive MBA. These accelerated programs of intensive study prepare mid-career professionals to lead transformative change.
For more information, visit https://www.brown.edu/academics/professional/emstl/.