Early Registration opens for June Project Management Symposium at University of Maryland in USA


21 February – College Park, Maryland, USA — The Center for Excellence in Project Management in the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland, USA will hold their first annual project management conference during 9-10 June 2013 at the University. The conference will be held in association with the PMI Silver Spring Chapter, with the PM World Journal acting as a media partner.  Registration for the event is now officially open. Register here.

140221-pmwj20-conference-IMAGEAcademically Rigorous and Practically Applied: For two days, join project managers from the Baltimore-Washington metro area and abroad for DC’s premier academic project management symposium.

Share experiences, make connections, and learn the best project management practices at the University of Maryland’s First Annual Project Management Symposium.  Announced featured speakers will include:

  • Ron Taylor, Principal and Founder, Ron Taylor Group, author of The 77 Deadly Sins of Project Management
  • Karen Durham-Aquilera, Director of Contingency Operations and Office of Homeland Security, Headquarters, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Regina McElroy, Director, Office of Innovative Program Delivery, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration
  • Mladen Radujkovic, President, International Project Management Association and Dean of faculty and Professor of Project Management and Construction Management, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Zagreb Croatia
  • Gregory Balestrero, Former President and CEO, Project Management Institute (PMI)
  • Brian McKeon, Senior Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Melinda Peters, State Highway Administrator, Maryland Department of Transportation

Two-Day Registration = $350 PMI Members; $420 Non-members

One-Day Registration = $200 PMI Members; $245 Non-members

Register today. Prices increase after April 1st

Share ideas, experiences, challenges, and the best practices with project manager practitioners and academic researchers alike.  Symposium sessions earn professional development units (PDUs) toward maintaining your PMI credential. Earn up to 15 PDUs.

This event is being held in partnership between the UMD Project Management Center for Excellence and the Silver Spring Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI), with media sponsorship support from Project Management World Journal. More information at http://PMSymposium.umd.edu .

The Center for Excellence in Project Management in the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland offers Masters and PhD level graduate degrees in project management.  The mission of the Center is threefold: 1. To provide a high quality, challenging education in project management that encompasses breadth and depth, and prepares graduates to be proficient as both contributing members of project teams and excellent project managers; 2. To maintain a strong research program that is recognized for excellence in project management; and 3. To provide project management training & development services to the University, the profession, and the community at large.  For information, visit www.pm.umd.edu