Update: Due to the O’Hare Airport fire, Linda’s trip to North Carolina has been postponed. The talk has been cancelled.
Linda Stone, a national expert on technology and behavior change, will be visiting Chapel Hill on Tuesday, September 30. She will give a talk at UNC’s SILS. After the talk, 80Pct is hosting an informal reception for Linda. If you’re interested in technology and behavior change, you’ll find Linda’s work very interesting.
The talk will last from at 3:15PM-4PM at UNC’s SILS, located at 208 Manning Hall. Map: http://sils.unc.edu/future-students/manning
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