Monday, September 25, 2006
Colorado Tech to attend IT forum in Korea
Colorado Tech University will send two top officials to Daedeok, Korea on Oct.12-14 for a forum to promote global partnerships in information technology education. Richard Kettner-Polley, chancellor of CTU's Institute for Advanced Studies, is scheduled to speak at the conference and will be joined by Wally Astor, vice president of academics. Colorado Springs-based CTU will be one of two American schools respresented at The International Forum for Presidents on Information and Communication Technology Education. Nicholas Negroponte, professor from the Massuchusetts Institute of Technology, is a keynote speaker.
Posted by Jim Bainbridge at 8:43 AM