November 19: The future of technology on entrepreneurship and the economy

October 15, 2009

in BioTech & Life Science,Business,Energy,Events,Green & Clean Tech

Dr. Lowell Catlett, noted economist and futurist will share insights on technology entrepreneurship and the economy. Economics, demographics and technology are all converging such that the next 10 years will be unlike any in human history. Five Trends are changing society and providing more opportunities than ever before. Life will never be same. For those willing to rise to the challenge of the Five Trends, the rewards will be boundless.

Date: Thursday, November 19, 2009
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Location: UNM Campus, Albuquerque
Jackson Student Center – Building 87
(next to the Anderson School of Business Building – Building 76)
Map Link (UNM Campus Map)

About the Speaker

Lowell Catlett

Dr. Lowell Catlett is a Regent’s Professor/Dean and Chief Administrative Officer at New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. An exciting futurist, his knowledge of technologies and their implications on the way we will live and work is addressed in his varied and upbeat presentations. Dr. Catlett works on behalf of corporate and association audiences internationally, presenting his take on trends in healthcare, agriculture, the environment, education and more.

Dr. Catlett received his doctorate in Economics from Iowa State University, and has twice received the Don C. Roush Award for Excellence in Teaching. He is also a recipient of the prestigious Burlington Foundation Faculty Achievement Award for Outstanding University Teaching. In 1994 he was one of two Western Regional recipients of the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges “Excellence in College and University Teaching in the Food and Agricultural Sciences Award.”

He recently received the College of Agriculture and Home Economics Advisor of the Year as well as Teacher of the Year at New Mexico State University. He was one of six senior faculty members to be named New Mexico State’s first Regents Professors.

He is a consultant to the U.S. Departments of Agriculture, the Interior, Defense and Labor. He has also been a consultant to many Fortune 500 companies.

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