May 13, 2011
The Human Experience at Stanford: The Role of Humanities in Innovation
On May 11, 2011, leading executive officers and venture capitalists in Silicon Valley industry and Stanford University humanities faculty and doctoral students came together at an event called The Human Experience.
The goal was to have a groundbreaking discussion on the ways in which highly trained, skilled, and creative humanities doctoral students can play a role in Silicon Valley businesses. The idea is to enlist "humanities" in the role of innovation.
The list of topics and speakers below:
Keynote Address: Vivek Ranadivé
Session II: Silicon Valley Entry Points for Humanities Ph.D.s: Google, Social Media, Marketing, Product Design, and More
Keynote Address: Marissa Mayer
Keynote Address: Damon Horowitz
Keynote Address: John Hagel III
Keynote Address: Patrick Byrne
Keynote Address: Michael Moritz
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