TALK STORY WITH APPLE DEVELOPMENT EXEC, CHARLES DU
Spring Lecture Series
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Campus Center Ballroom
University of Hawaii at Manoa
R.S.V.P. deadline is 3:30pm March 29, 2011 at the following link:
Mo‘olelo is a brown-bag event where attendees can bring their own lunch/dinner/snacks while listening to, then participating in, spirited conversation about various issues in education. In Hawaiian, mo‘olelo is a story, tale, myth, history, or a succession of talk/s; kau wela refers to the summer season; ho refers to the spring season. In the spirit of learning from our wide education community, HERA presents its mo‘olelo ho, or spring stories in education.
Our guest speaker this spring is Charles Du, the Development Executive for Mobile at Apple. With over 10 years of experience in mobile, he has expertise in app design, entrepreneurship, and education technology. Prior to Apple, Charles spearheaded many successful education efforts at NASA, including the design and implementation of NASA's first iPhone app leading to over 2 millions downloads. Subsequently, he helped Singularity University infuse disruptive learning technologies and cofounded multiple mobile startup companies ranging from location-based, real-time commerce to on-demand, peer-to-peer transportation. Charles's work has been featured in Popular Science, Inc., Entrepreneur and has given talks at Stanford, UCLA, and Art Center College of Design. He is a passionate soccer player and an avid rock climber.
Charles' presentation will be geared towards the students of Hawai‘i who are interested in mobile development. He is eager to talk to the future designers, programmers, and engineers of the islands. Space is limited, so RSVP soon.
Please feel free to bring your own brown bag snacks. Light refreshments will be provided.
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