Vivek Wadhwa, Professor and TechCrunch writer guest lecture, "How Silicon Valley left Rt. 128 in the Dust and how Boston’s entrepreneurs can help it catch up”
Monday, February 28, 2011 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EST)
MIT's Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 100K Business Plan Competition, and VCPE Clubs is excited to host:
Vivek Wadhwa, Professor and columnist for BusinessWeek.com and TechCrunch.com.
His lecture is entitled,
"How Silicon Valley left Rt. 128 in the Dust and how Boston’s entrepreneurs can help it catch up”
Prof. Wadhwa is a prolific researcher and writer. Some of his research and recent columns include: How to Fix the Flawed Startup Visa Act, What I Want in My New Google, U.S. Schools Are Still Ahead Way Ahead.
Lunch is provided, and seating capacity is limited to 90 so please sign up soon.
About Vivek Wadhwa:
Vivek Wadhwa is a senior research associate with the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School, an executive in residence/adjunct professor at the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University, and a visiting scholar at the School of Information at University of California at Berkeley. He helps students prepare for the real world, lectures in class and leads groundbreaking research projects. He is also an advisor to several start-up companies, a columnist for BusinessWeek.com, a contributor to the popular tech blog, TechCrunch, and writes occasionally for several international publications. Prior to joining academia in 2005, Wadhwa was a technology entrepreneur, who founded two software companies.