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The WVU Computing and Technology Symposium, sponsored by the WVU Office of Information Technology, will be held on March 30 and 31. This year OIT welcomes Karen Evans, CIO of the federal government, as the keynote speaker. Evans is a graduate of the WVU biology and MBA programs. Evans has accomplished an impressive 20-year career in government and will lead the nation into a new era of e-Government in the future. OIT encourages every college and university in West Virginia to participate in this event, which showcases outstanding examples of technology used throughout the state. If you have developed an interesting use for computing technology in your curriculum, or have perfected the use of technology and would like to share your experiences with your colleagues please use the information below to participate in this year’s event. Those who would like to participate can register online at http://labs.wvu.edu/CTS/apply.cfm. This form must be completed by March 5 to be included in the printed schedule. For more information about the symposium, contact the presentation coordinator Lee Silverman or Paula Cole at email@example.com. The 2004 web site is being developed now and can be read at http://labs.wvu.edu/CTS.