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[liberationtech] Fwd: [CtC] Love Technology? Want to make a difference? Thursday 7pm at Nitery 210

Sam King samking at cs.stanford.edu
Tue May 7 10:31:33 PDT 2013


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From: Angad Singh <angadsingh at stanford.edu>

Come listen to *Gabriel Adauto*
Stanford CS & Education alum
& co-founder of Motion Math <http://bit.ly/10fP268>

Thursday, May 9
7pm, Nitery 210

*The talk is tailored for CS majors, but everyone is welcome!*
*
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RSVP HERE <http://bit.ly/13r1NiE>

*About the speaker*

Gabriel Adauto’s mission is to instill in learners a sense of wonder and
empowerment that motivates them to combine math, technology, and creativity
in their everyday lives. With a B.S. in Computer Science from Stanford,
Gabriel developed his engineering expertise in enterprise software
development, providing stable, scalable, user-friendly infrastructure for
many large institutions worldwide. He also spent five years teaching
technology classes, including Video Game Design, to children in the Bay
Area and Sweden. Motion Math combines his technical skills with his
passions for education and games.  Having started as a master's project at
the Stanford School of Education, Motion Math has become a gold-standard
company developing learning experiences that fuse fun gameplay with
educational rigor.

*About the series*

Code the Change <http://codethechange.org> helps computer scientists use
their skills for social change to make social change an integral part of
computer science culture. This speaker series is bringing people who are
combining technology and social change to talk about their experience in
using technology for high-impact scalable solutions to real problems. For
more information, contact Angad Singh <angadsingh at stanford.edu>.


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