An electrical engineer, programmer, entrepreneur, philanthropist and the driving engineering force behind Apple, Steve Wozniak will be the Thought Leader Series’ inaugural speaker at USF on February 20.
The Thought Leader Series was established to draw nationally recognized speakers, innovators, idea generators, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, authors and “turn-around artists” in business and industry.
As part of a conversation with USF Muma College of Business Dean Moez Limayem, Wozniak will discuss everything from the need for entrepreneurship in technology companies to business issues in the age of technology. He is also expected to talk about the ways big data and analytics can be used to foster innovation and creativity.
“Having Steve as our inaugural guest sets the standard for future speakers in this series. His talk here benefits everyone: USF, the Muma College of Business, the Tampa Bay area – currently poised to become a technology hub – and Steve, who can see firsthand the fresh analytical approaches we are implementing into our business curriculum.” – Moez Limayem, Dean of USF Muma College of Business
At the conclusion of the event, Wozniak will respond to a limited number of audience questions submitted via Twitter using the event hashtag: #USFMumaTLS.
UPDATE: The event sold out within two hours, however, it may be moved to a larger venue. Sign up for the waiting list to be notified first should that happen. Click HERE to sign up for the waitlist.
*Header photo by Dianna Bonner