Paula Johnson, professor in the College of Law and co-director of the Cold Case Justice, was interviewed by the Beauregard Daily News for the article “‘There were higher hopes’: Did the FBI fail in trying to resolve civil rights cold…
#140cuse conference releases speaker list
The School of Information Studies (iSchool) has released the list of more than 35 speakers for the one-day #140cuse conference on April 19 at Syracuse University’s Hildegarde and J. Myer Schine Student Center.
#140cuse, a local version of the widely known #140conference (140conf.com), is a platform for the social media community to listen, learn and engage with each other while collectively exploring the effects of the emerging real-time internet on business, which Jeff Pulver, #140conference’s founder, calls “the state of now.”
In its inaugural year, #140cuse will draw hundreds of attendees to join speakers who will share authentic stories about how the medium of the real-time web has affected their lives. Speakers will discuss a wide spectrum of issues, ranging from local issues to global problems affecting nations. Many speakers will touch on how the innovative technologies available today are not only making the world appear smaller, but also helping to provide a better quality of life for many.
The event will feature speakers from all industries, from news and entertainment to government and business, each offering unique learning and networking opportunities.
The full speaker list, available on the #140cuse website, includes highlights such as, Alexis Ohanian, entrepreneur and co-founder of Reddit; Tim Pool, journalist and web broadcaster from the Occupy Wall Street movement; Josh Lukin, director of MLB.com; and Beth Beck, operations outreach manager at NASA.
The conference schedule is fast paced, with individuals speaking in 10-minute slots, and panel discussions set for 15 or 20 minutes. This rapid style and the wide range of topics discussed provides a platform for as many people as possible to share their thoughts and engage in conversation with attendees.
Tickets for the #140cuse conference are available at a discounted price through March 1—$1.40 for students, $14 for SU alumni and $30 for general admission.