Seminar Series
Fall 1997


September 12, 1997


11:00 am


Room 102D, Cullen College of Engineering


Presentation Pitfalls and Practice


Dr. Lawrence Schulze

    Dr. Schulze is an Associate Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering at UH. He holds a Ph.D. and MS degree in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M and Virginia Tech, respectively. His BS is in Experimental Psychology. Dr. Schulze specializes in Ergonomics and Human Factors. Recently, he completed a Fulbright Scholar assignment in Colombia where has was a lecturer and leading investigator. He has over 100 refereed publications, research reports, conference presentations and invited presentations. He has developed and given presentations both in English and Spanish. Dr. Schulze is a registered Professional Engineer and a Certified Professional Ergonomist. He is a member of the National Eagle Scout Association and the National Industrial Engineering Honor Society. Some of the industries he has done services for are: Foley’s Distribution Center, Union Carbide, Houston Chronicle, H. B. Zachary Co.., Bechtel construction, the U.S. Department of Labor and Union Texas Petroleum.


This presentation will cover:

    Planning and Research Presentations
    Knowing your Audience
    Presentation Development
    Practicing the Presentation
    Delivering the Presentation

Three separate presenation examples will be presented. From these examples, positive and negative aspects will be discussed. The objective of this presentation is to instill the background of professional presentation skills in all those who attend.


All Are Welcome.  Refreshments will be served.