The SRC is excited to welcome IBM volunteers
On June 15, 2011, IBM Volunteers and members of the SRC will be joining forces to discuss innovative yet accessible e-solutions to support collaborations that advance HIV prevention knowledge and action.
IBM is marking the 100-year anniversary (http://www.ibm100.com) of its founding with several global initiatives to engage in new ways with business leaders, academia, clients, and local communities in the 170 countries where the company does business.
To help commemorate this centennial, tens of thousands of IBMers around the world are volunteering their time and talent throughout 2011 in support of smarter planet initiatives. These efforts make up a global 'Celebration of Service' (http://www.ibm.com/ibm100/service) in which IBMers get out into their communities and apply their expertise to the most pressing civic challenges and societal needs. The focal point of the year-long Celebration of Service will be June 15, when it is expected that tens of thousands of IBMers, retirees and partners will participate in a range of meaningful service projects in communities around the world.
The SRC is excited to benefit from this volunteer effort and welcomes the IBM volunteers for a session on innovative e-platforms for research communication, dialogue, and KTE with the broader community, policy and academic field.
Jun 14, 2011