Monday, April 2, 2007

Rob Curley at ESU - April 6, 2007

Rob Curley, Vice-President, Product Development, Washington Post/Newsweek (and ESU alumnus) will be on campus on April 6, 2007. His speaking schedule is below.
Sessions are free and open to the public.
To quote Dr. Jim Stephens (ESU School of Business), "His ideas go beyond newspapers to all virtual communication, to the future of electronic communication, and raises issues about how communities share information."
His bio. can be found at
2007 Entrepreneurial Distinguished Lecturer
Rob Curley
Vice-President, Product Development, Washington Post/Newsweek Interactive
9:00-11:00 a.m. Presentation, 118 Visser Hall,
"Creating interactive newspaper sites and advertising models that make them profitable ."
Open to the campus and Emporia community

1:00-2:00 p.m. Information technology issues related to interactive newspapers and the skill set and mental attitude needed to operate in this changing communication process..
Cremer Hall, Roe R. Cross Room
2:30:3:30 p.m. Social and communication issues related to interactive communication and the impact on new forms of electronic communication have on people and society.
Cremer Hall, Roe R. Cross Room


Roger Heineken said...

Curley gave a great program today.

Marcus Childress said...

Yes, he did. He his a very bright and energetic guy. (and glad to see that you found the IDT blog)

Jim Stephens said...

I apppreciate all the support from my colleagues and the atttendance of the students to Rob's presentations. I felt Rob could bring a critical message to students, faculty, and staff that there are new tools, new opportunities, and a need for passion in what we do.

Rob was outstanding in all presentations and the students, faculty, staff, and the Emporia community all embraced his insight and energy.

I was thrilled with his contribution to our knowledge experience and excited that we have a new vision with which to work.