NETT Day 13
11 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022
Main Campus, Alumni Hall
What is NETT Day?
Established in 2010, NETT Day at Northeastern Illinois University is an event that celebrates technology, the way in which we interact with it and how we use it to improve society. On this day we have keynote speakers and workshops that make us think about human interaction with technology, as well as give us hands-on experience with new ways of using technology to interact with the world. NETT Day also features vendors that help promote new technology to our students.
- Annie Evans
- Kim Stephens
- Ryan Warczynski
- Nekia Nichelle
- Aneta Zalinska
- Brandon Bordenkircher
- Jillian Epperson
- Ted Joffs
- Melissa Lee
- Stuart Layne
11 a.m. via Zoom
"How Digital Scholarship is Transforming the Way We Teach and Learn About America"
Annie Evans, Director of Education and Outreach
"Assume Nothing: Using Transformational Conversation to Overcome Unconscious Bias"
Kim Stephens, Author
Ryan Warczynski, Learning Technology Rep
McGraw Hill Learning Technology
- Sebastian Lacola, President
- Nekia Nichelle (TV Personality)
- Aneta Zalinska, President
"The Impacts of Policies on Technology"
Brandon Bordenkircher, Tech Policy Professional
"Interviewing in the Metaverse"
Jillian Epperson, CapGemini US
"Don't Pay the Ransom"
Ted Joffs, National Incident Response Manager, Sentinel Technologies
"Connectivity - Belonging in Today's Workplace"
Melissa Lee, Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
"The Evolution of Sports Marketing"
Stuart Layne, Marketing Consultant of Good Karma Brands
Nala the Comfort Dog