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Virginia Internet Technology Week to be held in September

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July 1, 1999

The First Virginia Internet technology Week will be held September 13-17, 1999, at Donaldson Brown Hotel and Conference Center, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg.

It is sponsored by the Internet Technology Innovation Center (ITIC) and offers instruction for Virginia business leaders, entrepreneurs, engineers and technicians on how to use Internet Technology in their business, or use it better. It will also introduce to new business ventures possible with Internet2 technology.

For more information, visit http://manta.cs.vt.edu/vit or contact Mark Schaefermeyer, at Virginia Tech's Division of Continuing Education, at eagle@vt.edu or (540) 231-3259 or Tom Caruso, Industry Program Development Specialist, Virginia Tech Research and Graduate Studies, at tcaruso@vt.edu or (540) 231-6771.

The ITIC was established by Virginia's Center of Innovative Technology (CIT) to nurture Virginia's entrepreneurial environment for information technology and Internet-based businesses; accelerate the creation and deployment of network-based information technology; develop hardware/software infrastructure; and expand Virginia's high-skill work force, which is needed to develop, support, and market Internet-based electronic products and services. The ITIC is a partnership among 11 research groups at four Virginia universities.

"Professor Alf Weaver of the UVa Department of Computer Science has helped organize the Internet Week event."


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