Tonight I’ll be speaking with the Poughkeepsie Chapter of the Association For Computing Machinery. I’ve spoken at one of their meetings before, and thoroughly enjoyed it. You probably won’t find a room full of more powerful brains in the Hudson Valley. I’m taking the opportunity to discuss one of my favorite topics, the history of engineering and marketing. Here in the Hudson Valley, we’re in the historic stomping grounds – or at least the vicinity of a great deal of the history of the American Industrial Revolution.
Where: Ulrich Room, Dyson Hall, Marist College
Directions: Building 6 on the map at
Parking: Please park on the east side of Route 9,
in the lot to the southeast of Dyson Hall.
Cost: Free and open to the public