Easton Technology Management Center

 

Developing leaders who shape the future of technology

Through innovative courses, creative workshops, high-profile events and immersion in the most vital areas of high-tech business culture, Easton prepares the next generation to drive change in technology. By exploring verticals such as high-tech, financial services, health care, education, entertainment/media, retail and defense, students are prepared to work anywhere from startups to large global corporations.

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Easton’s Three Pillars:

 
 

Students, Faculty, and Alumni & Industry Professionals.

The Center connects these three pillars through various offerings.

Courses


Between courses, workshops, events and our work with the industry,
Easton is able to impact a broad range of students
and technology professionals.

Some of Our Top Recruiting Companies

Easton Top Employing Companies

Events

 

"Reimagine Everything!" Keynote with Darren Pleasance ('95),
Director of Global Customer Acquisition, Google

Korn Convocation Hall, Entrepreneurs Hall
11:30am - 12:30pm
MONDAY, April 25, 2016

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From The Blog

 
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Developing Executive Presence

People with executive presence inspire confidence, even under conditions of stress, pressure, and uncertainty. It’s a vital leadership characteristic. 


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Reflections from a SXSW 2016 Journey

This is my 7th year going to SXSW -- I think.  They blur together.  I started going to SXSW Interactive and enjoying the diverse voices, sharing areas I knew nothing about. I would go to session on digital changes in Latin America and Eastern Europe...


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If Apple Can Create A Backdoor To The iPhone, Could Someone Else?

On February 16, U.S. Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym issued an order compelling Apple to assist the government in bypassing the security features of an iPhone 5C used by one of the perpetrators of the December 2015 San Bernardino attack.


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