Technology in Politics

Posted on February 4th, 2012 by

When: Thursday, February 9, 2012, 11:30am-12:20 pm
Where: Olin Hall 320
Presenter: Matt Klaber

Topics will include:

  • ways in which technology is applied to political organizing
  • specific example projects
  • how a liberal-arts computer science major contributes to software development.

Matt Klaber is Director of Research and Development at NGP VAN, the leading technology provider to progressive campaigns and organizations. He studied at Gustavus prior to completing his degree in computer science at Macalester College.

This presentation will take place in the class MCS-270 (Object-Oriented Software Development) but is open to the public as part of the MCS Department Seminar Series. Please see the calendar of upcoming events. Also please email suggestions for future seminars as well as any questions.

 

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