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Alum Speaks at IBM Lecture

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Left to right: Yacov Shamash, Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences; Diane D. Brink; and Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. (photo by John Griffin)

Stony Brook alumna Diane D. Brink, Vice President, Marketing, Global Technology Services, IBM Corporation, addressed the campus community on October 6 at the Charles B. Wang Center. Her lecture, “Pioneering the Science of Information,” was part of IBM‘s centennial commemoration. Stony Brook and other leading universities around the globe are hosting a series of lectures exploring how the world has changed in the past 100 years—and how it will change in the decades ahead—along three important dimensions: Pioneering the Science of Information, Reinventing the Modern Corporation, and Making the World Work Better. The goal of these lectures is to identify underlying patterns that are continuing to shape the present and the future, with the hope of building greater understanding of how individuals and institutions can get ahead of change on today’s technology-infused planet.

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