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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Looking through the Kaleidoscope: Discovering Your Path to Leadership
Presentation Title Park & Diamond
Author(s) David Hall, Jordan Klein
On-Site Speaker (Planned) David Hall
Abstract Scope On average, over 85,000 people a year suffer traumatic brain injuries as the result of cycling accidents in the United States. We are Park & Diamond and it is our mission is to improve cycling safety with our collapsible bike helmet that can be rolled up into the shape of a water bottle. The helmet can be conveniently stored in the water bottle holder on the bike or easily carried in the water bottle pocket on a backpack or briefcase, meaning the helmet is either with you or on your bike so its always where you need it when you need it. The flexibility of the helmet and the incorporation athletic fabric means the helmet is form fitting and comfortable, and aesthetically looks like a baseball hat. By conveniently fitting an active lifestyle with a stylish and comfortable design, there is no longer an excuse to not wear a helmet.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume


An Internship Program for Laboratory Technicians at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Leadership along the Academic Track
Leadership within Different Spheres
Materials Design: Leading by Example
Materials Entrepreneurship as a Young Scientist
Overcoming Challenges for Minorities in Leadership
Park & Diamond
Perspectives on Contrasting Leadership in Industry, Academia, and Government
Student Leadership: Igniting the Spark within Yourself and at Your University
Technical Leadership: Risk vs Comfort
The Art and Science of Leadership: Influence and Disruption
The Leader Inside: Determining Your Specifc Skills and How to Apply Them (Interactive Session)
The Many Facets of Effective Leadership: A View from Two Perspectives
When to Step Up

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