IT Matters breakfast series to showcase 'green IT' on April 14

March 11, 2010

Registration is open for the second IT Matters Breakfast Series held by Kevin Morooney, vice provost for information technology at Penn State. The event, "A Greener Penn State and the Role of IT," will take place from 8 to 9:30 a.m. on April 14, in the ballroom at the Nittany Lion Inn on Penn State's University Park campus. Information Technology (IT) professionals, staff and faculty from across the University are encouraged to attend.

Erik Foley, director of the Campus Sustainability Office and featured speaker, will discuss the University’s efforts toward energy conservation and sustainability. Following Foley’s presentation, panel members from the University will share insights on areas such as Penn State’s energy program, green design, sustainability and the critical role of IT. The program will conclude with an open discussion between audience members and panelists.

A breakfast buffet will be served at the beginning of the program. There is no charge to attend but registration is required. Visit http://it.psu.edu/itmatters for details, including registration and Adobe Connect information.

The IT Matters breakfast series is designed to bring topic experts and University-wide IT staff together to foster collaboration while sharing food, ideas and information.

Last Updated December 06, 2010