"Personal Thinking Styles, Whole Brain Thinking, the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument and Applications to Problem Solving, Communications and Teamwork"
|Edward Lumsdaine, PhD
Friday, April 7, 2017, 7:45am - 9:00am
Crockett Conference Room 1st Floor Neuro Institute, Saint Luke's Hospital
Live web stream to KUMC and UMKC campuses (details forthcoming)
Dr. Edward Lumsdaine is Emeritus Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Michigan Technological University and served as Special Professor of Business, Institute for Enterprise and Innovation, University of Nottingham (England). He has served as dean of engineering and professor at six different universities in the U.S. and four different universities abroad. His engineering specialties are in aero-acoustics, vibrations, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, and solar energy. He has published over 100 papers in these fields. For the past twenty years he has focused on introducing creative problem solving and whole brain thinking into engineering curriculum, using the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI) as a basis for his creative problem solving model and forming project teams. He and his wife (now retired) have been recognized by Herrmann International as HBDI practitioners. They have taught workshops in public and private universities (faculty, administrators and staff), a hospital, at TACOM, and in many automotive companies and suppliers. Click here for extended bio.
The Christopher Y. Thomas Lectureship was established in honor of Dr. Chris Thomas and serves to permanently honor the 40 years of contributions he has made to Saint Luke's and to medical education. The fund, managed at Saint Luke's Foundation, sponsors an annual program wherein a nationally prominent speaker is invited to visit Kansas City to meet with faculty and residents at KUMC, UMKC, and Saint Luke's, and to deliver the annual Dr. Christopher Y. Thomas Lecture.