The 2018 Mensa Foundation Colloquium, a one-day educational symposium sponsored by the Mensa Education & Research Foundation, welcomes the public to explore the evolution and revolution of manufacturing in the 21st century, with Indianapolis being the perfect setting as a crossroads for trade and business. Individuals attending will have the opportunity to engage with notable speakers such as Scott N. Paul, President of the Alliance for American Manufacturing and a former Capitol Hill staff member, Mike Davis, a Robotics Expert with Universal Robotics, and Gardner Carrick, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at the Manufacturing Institute. Attendees will be able to examine the economic, technological, educational, and geopolitical ramifications of how things are made and distributed. The cost to attend this year’s Colloquium is $99 for Mensa members and $124 for non-members.
For more information about the Colloquium as well as details and discount rates for the Mensa Foundation’s 2018 Annual Gathering, please visit colloquium.us.mensa.org.