June 11, 2020
About this event
Mississippi State’s Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS), the Bagley College of Engineering, the MSU Athletics Department, and the university’s National Strategic Planning and Analysis Research Center (NSPARC) are teaming up to host the MSU Athlete Engineering Summit on June 10-11 at The Mill at MSU Conference Center.
The two-day event will feature discussions on how to build effective collaborations between athletics and academics and explore how key elements affect four different types of athlete: sport, industrial, tactical and at-risk. In addition to hearing nationally renowned keynote speaker presentations and panel discussions with experts, attendees will have an opportunity to network with professionals, enjoy delicious food and see wearable technology in action.
Registration opens at the end of April. Registration fees are:
—General public: $150
—MSU faculty and staff: $100
For more information on the MSU Athlete Engineering Summit as it becomes available, visit athleteengineeringsummit.com.