Dunbar High Schools 10th Annual Academy Awards Ceremony 5.27.15

  • Tuesday, April 21, 2015 10:10 PM
    Message # 3311704
    Anonymous

    On May 27, 2015 @7:00 pm, with a networking reception at 6:00 p.m., Dunbar High School’s Academy for Technology Excellence (ATE), Academy for Digital Excellence (ADE),  Academy for Game Design & Programming Excellence (AGD&PE), and the Academy for Engineering Excellence (AEE) programs will be having our 10th Annual Academy Awards Ceremony.  Dunbar High School’s premier technology programs will be celebrating 10 years worth of amazing student and program achievements.  Guest speaker is Gregg Murphy, COO of Aruba Networks.

    Greg Murphy is the Vice President of Business Operations and Chief of Staff for Aruba Networks (NASDAQ: ARUN), a leading provider of next-generation network access solutions for the mobile enterprise. Greg held several previous positions within Aruba, including: VP & GM of Outdoor, Mesh & Industrial Products, VP of Marketing and GM of the AirWave unit. Greg joined Aruba in 2008 through Aruba’s acquisition of AirWave Wireless, which Greg had founded and led as Chief Operating Officer since 2000. Prior to AirWave, Greg held executive positions at Idealab, a developer of Internet and technology companies and brands, and On Command Corporation, the leading provider of in-room entertainment systems for the hospitality industry. Greg received an A.B. summa cum laude from Amherst College and an MA from Stanford University. Greg resides in San Francisco and is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Breakthrough Silicon Valley, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing under-served students the support they need to get admitted to four-year colleges and universities.

    Declared as the “1st Microsoft certified high school in the world” and “Microsoft Showcase School” by Microsoft, acknowledged as a “model school for tech success” by CompTIA, and highlighted as a featured school by Adobe, these programs offer today’s high school student the ability to develop the 21st century IT skills needed for a technology savvy workforce. The challenge filled programs offer 9th-12th grade students hands-on IT experiences taught by IT certified instructors. Combined, students enrolled in these programs have the opportunity to earn over 24 industry standard (Microsoft, Adobe, CompTIA, Cisco and AutoDesk) IT computer certifications by the time they graduate high school.

    Please RSVP at: http://goo.gl/forms/X5Ld2XCOZi

    Questions, please contact Denise Spencer at denisecs@leeschools.net 

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