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Subject: Hacking the Future: Two Codes You Need to Know

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Stefanie Sanford, chief of global policy and external relations for the
College Board, will explain how to harness these powerful forces in public
life. As a state policymaker and a senior officer for the Bill & Melinda
Gates Foundation, Sanford has spent her career shaping public policy.
Encouraging the next generation of students to own their future and play an
active in civic life is crucial for both individual success and the health of
democracy.

Introducing students of all backgrounds to advanced computer science and the
core values of American democracy will help answer some of the biggest
challenges we face. In an era of declining faith in big institutions - from
government to business to media - mastering the codes of technology and the
Constitution can help restore trust and open the way for progress. Instead of
feeling buffeted by powerful forces beyond our control, Sanford offers a
vision of engaged, confident citizenship for the 21st century.

RSVP at
http://publicpolicy.umd.edu/events/brody-forum-hacking-future-two-codes-you-need-know-rsvp

Event Date: May 6, 2019
Event Start Time: 7:00 pm
Event Location: Van Munching Hall, Public Policy Atrium
Contact Person: Megan Campbell
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