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IBM Centennial Lecture: Pioneering the Science of Information

Featured Speaker: Steve Mills, Senior Vice President & Group Executive, Software & Systems, IBM
Prince George’s Room, Room 1210
Stamp Student Union
11:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.
Thursday October 20th, 2011

To commemorate our Centennial, IBM has been partnering with leading universities around the globe to host a series of lectures exploring how the world has changed in the past 100 years – and how it will change in the decades ahead. Steve Mills, Senior Vice President, Software and Systems, will present a rich narrative of discoveries, struggles and insights that have shaped our company’s 100-year history, as well as identify underlying patterns that are continuing to shape the present and the future to help us understand the implications for science, business and society. These insights are important for anyone in a leadership position – but they are especially critical for the next generation of leaders and forward thinkers who are trying to chart their path as global citizens.

For more information contact Anne Geronimo at [log in to unmask]

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