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Better IT Workforce Through an Industry-Academic Partnership

Better IT Workforce Through an Industry-Academic Partnership

A fresh graduate (even with MIS as a major) usually has little clue about how real world IT works. If ongoing education programs are ineffective in retooling or improving worker value, can IT and academia come together to create an ongoing certification program, to keep track of an IT graduate’s training and career advancement, from college throughout his career?

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Harry R. Lewis

Harry R. Lewis, Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science, Harvard College

Harry Lewis stumbled upon computer programming through a part-time job, and fell in love with the emerging field. Lewis’s undergraduate thesis, written under the direction of computer graphics pioneer Ivan Sutherland, was on handwriting r... More   View all posts
Kevin R. Faughnan

Kevin R. Faughnan, Director, IBM Academic Initiative, Software Group

Kevin joined IBM in 1974 as a systems engineer/salesman. He has held numerous customer-facing professional, management, and executive assignments responsible for IBM relationships and associated revenue with companies in Manufacturing, Dist... More   View all posts

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