SF Teen Read - A Day of Doctorow
NIU STEM Outreach and the Friends of the NIU Libraries invited high school students and community members to our DeKalb Campus for a presentation by author Cory Doctorow on internet freedom and the scientific, technological, and ethical aspects behind Doctorow's book Little Brother.
Cory Doctorow's Presentations at NIU Thursday, February 9, 2012
View Cory Doctorow's presentation.
View the panel discussion with Doctorow and NIU experts Marc Falkoff, David Gunkel, Jack King, Sharon Smaldino, and Lynne Thomas. View program and panelist bios.
NIU STEM Outreach proudly presented this event with support from
You can learn more about Little Brother at http://us.macmillan.com/littlebrother/CoryDoctorow or go to Cory Doctorow's craphound.com.
The STEMfest SF Teen Read is presented through the cooperation of NIU STEM Outreach, DeKalb Public Library, Sycamore Public Library, Cortland Community Library, Hinckley Public Library, NIU Founders Memorial Library, and Friends of the NIU Libraries.