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Students who complete the Managing Technology and Innovation Concentration are eligible to have the Concentration noted on their transcripts (please see the Bulletin for the list of requirements). Take advantage of this focused set of courses to deepen your overall understanding of: the innovation context, organizing for innovation (both large firm issues and start-ups), the process of innovation (team and project management), and systems design.These courses will better prepare you to engage with the Santa Clara University technology and innovation community. Relevant University organizations include: the Leavey School of Business’ Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; the SCU Center for Science, Technology, and Society; SCU's Tech Law Forum; and especially, the student-run Entrepreneurs’ Connection.
Calendars of Events
Managing Technology and Innovation Today
Minds for Sale: Ubiquitous Human Computing and the Future of the Internet, 7-8pm Oct 19
Monday, Sep. 21, 2009
Speaker: Professor Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard Law School; Co-Founder, Berkman Center for Internet and Society; and Chair in Internet Governance and Regulation, Oxford University
Cloud computing is not just for computing anymore: you can now find as much mindshare as you can afford out in the cloud too -- a new range of projects is making the application of human brainpower as purchasable and fungible as additional server rackspace. What are some of the issues arising as armies of thinkers are recruited by the thousands and millions? A fascinating (and non-scare-mongering) view is offered of a future in which nearly any mental act can be bought and sold.
Jonathan Zittrain's research interests include digital property, privacy, and speech, and the role played by private "middlepeople" in Internet architecture. He has a strong interest in creative, useful, and unobtrusive ways to deploy technology in the classroom.
Visit his website for more information.
This event is co-sponsored by the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, The Center for Science, Technology, and Society, and the High-Tech Law Institute
Learning Commons -- Media Room, First Floor
For full info, please see http://www.scu.edu/events/?event=13936