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[liberationtech] Stanford WTO Colloquia - Winter Schedule 2009

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Tue Jan 20 16:16:27 PST 2009


*Center for Work, Technology and Organization
**Stanford Department of Management Science and Engineering
2008-2009 Colloquium Series


*We are pleased to announce our speakers for the winter quarter:



   - February 2* -  <goog_1232476386735>Gerardo
Okhuysen<http://www.business.utah.edu/display.php?module=facultyDetails&personId=1276&orgId=953>
   **(David Eccles Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor of the Department
   at Management at The University of Utah) *[Joint WTO and Stanford
   Technology Ventures Program (STVP)]



   - *February 9** - Barbara Lawrence<http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/x2198.xml>
   **(Professor of Human Resources & Organizational Behavior at UCLA)*



   - *February 17** - Lowell Feld and Nate
Wilcox<http://www.netrootsrising.com/about/>
   *, "Harnessing the Wild, Raging River: Thoughts on the Rise of the
   Netroots, 2002-2008"*(Prominent Bloggers and Authors of the acclaimed
   book Netroots Rising) *[Joint WTO; Center for Democracy, Development and
   the Rule of Law (CDDRL); and the Stanford Liberation Technologies Project]
   ****Location: Encina Central Hall, CISAC Conference Room, C231, Stanford,
   CA, 94305****



   - *March 9** - Giuseppe LaBianca* *(Endowed Associate Professor of
   Management in the Gatton College of Business and Economics at the University
   of Kentucky)
   *


WTO colloquia are held on *Mondays *from *12:00 noon to 1:30 pm *in *Terman
217 *(except where otherwise noted).  Lunch is served and no RSVP is
necessary. Further details will be distributed with the announcements for
individual talks.

For more information on the WTO Colloquium and the Center for Work,
Technology and Organization, please visit:  wto.stanford.edu
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