The Paul Gray Personal Computing Museum, in partnership with CGU Center for Information Systems & Technology, and CGU School of Arts and Humanities, invites you to “Decoding the Past: Conversations with PC Innovators,” a monthly conversation series with key players in the personal computer revolution.
This first engagement will be an opportunity to hear a conversation between CGU President Len Jessup, Professor and Director of CISAT Lorne Olfman, and Jack Nilles, internationally known as the father of telecommuting and teleworking.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM PDT
Location | Online via Zoom
Jack Nilles is a renowned author, scholar, and educator. He has served as a consultant to President Kennedy’s and Johnson’s Science Advisory Council (PSAC), the National Science Foundation (NSF), NASA, and other federal agencies, as well as founding Director of Interdisciplinary Program Development at the University of Southern California. He is the author of five books on telecommunications, and founded the management consulting firm, JALA International, Inc. in 1980, with his wife Laila.