Presentation in Haddonfield Public Library and Haddonfield Public Schools
On May 20 at 7:00 p.m. at the Haddonfield Public Library, 60 N. Haddon Ave., Haddonfield, N.J., the public was invited to hear Feitshans’ view that “nanotechnology’s revolution for the world’s economy can also provide the catalyst for revolutionizing public health — a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to retool industry, rethinking the role of key stakeholders for reshaping public health policy and health care delivery.”
Dividing her time between Switzerland, France Asia and Haddonfield, Feitshans considers herself to be a local Mom who raised Haddonfield School District graduate Jay Levy Feitshans, Esq (a lawyer now in Medical School) and his sister Emalyn Levy Feitshans who graduated Haddonfield Friends School and is now at Columbia University,
Dr ilise FEITSHANS has been invited to speak to current students both her native English and in French. Her second presentation will be held in AP French class at Haddonfield Memorial High School on May 24 at 12:00 p.m. (in French!) Using photos of 3D printed bridge construction projects from China and photos from her recent visit to Notre Dame after the fire, Feitshans will ask the students “… what they think of the very real possibility that parts of the broken Cathedral of Notre Dame may be repaired in part by artisans and in part by nano-enabled 3D-printing.” .
She will also meet with students at Haddonfield Middle School. Noting that when she was a child “girls didn’t study science in then all-male elite schools” she is delighted to talk about the rule of law and the role of law in shaping opportunities in Science technology engineering and Math (“STEM”) Her book is the product of the first Swiss doctorate on the subject of nanotechnology law and is deeply connected to her work developing the infrastructure for nanoregulation in the USA an d Europe.
The Presentation at the High School in Haddonfield
I welcome also questions from the media and of course to discuss careers in STEM or law or international relations (or writing!) with students and staff whether middle school or high school.. or younger. In my own experience my father knew that he wanted to be a lawyer before he chose his high school, as did my son. And I sure do recall some people telling me I argued and talked like a lawyer even when I was a child …(please smile here)
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