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« June 03, 2005 - July 04, 2005 »
 
06 / 3
Start: 11:00 am

Social Security Reform: The
Debate

06 / 4
Start: 11:00 am

East Cleveland Mayor Goggins is hosting a Town Hall meeting Saturday, June 4, from 12-2 PM, where she will share with residents recent developments in the community. Representatives of the East Cleveland 2010 and Extending Community Home Online initiatives will be at the Town Hall to present progress being made to bridge the digital divide and optimize virtual community in East Cleveland - please feel free to attend.

06 / 5
06 / 6
Start: 11:00 am

Dr. Ronald D. Sugar heads
Northrop Grumman Corporation, one of the nation’s three largest defense
companies and a leader in the application of high technology to
military transformation. Once highly specialized in military aircraft
such as the B-2 bomber, Northrop Grumman is today the nation’s largest
shipbuilder and a leader in systems integration, advanced aircraft,
radars, electronic warfare, space systems, missile defense, and
government information technology. Headquartered in Los Angeles,
Calif., Northrop Grumman employs more than 125,000 people in all 50
states and 25 countries.

06 / 7
Start: 10:30 am

Please join your friends for today's NEO
Excellence Roundtable. We will focus discussion on issues and
opportunities related to education in Northeast Ohio - planning to make Northeast Ohio the world's most empowering learning community.

Start: 3:00 pm

June 7: "From the Ground Up in Glenville: Neighborhood Planning
& Community Development: Engaging Youth and Building Networks"
- Tony Diggs, Glenville Development Corporation

06 / 8
06 / 9
06 / 10
Start: 11:00 am

Eduardo R. Menascé - President, Verizon Enterprise
Solutions Group

06 / 11
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06 / 14
Start: 10:30 am

The REALNEO team and the Excellence Roundtable are supporting Peter Whitehouse PhD/MD, the Intergenerational School, Case University, their Center for Regional Economic Innovation (REI), and enlightened area leaders to organize a series of forums in July to make NEO the world's most empowering learning community.

Start: 10:30 am

Swagelok will share the story of its successful, but extremely challenging, move of core business preactives into an online environment.

Start: 3:00 pm

Designing For Technology in our Neighborhoods - C V (Charlyn) Wood is a civic entrepreneur focusing
on developing technology initiatives which integrate technology access
and applications across communities.

Integral to promoting technology use C V Wood
develops strategies to identify new channels toward aggregation of
demand and resources for “niche� market development.

06 / 15
Start: 7:00 am

Dialogues on Leadership New Leaders Only - Dr. Edward Hundert
President, Case Western Reserve University

Start: 11:00 am

A New Convention Center: Civic Hope or Civic Hype?
Anthony
Coyne, Chair of Cleveland Planning Commission, and Heywood Sanders,
Public Administration Professor, University of Texas

Start: 4:30 pm

Please join us for a special alfresco Community of Minds! Enjoy fine
outdoor weather (or indoors if inclement) as we explore a hot topic:
blogging.

Blogging has been garnering extraordinary media attention lately. It
has been hailed as everything from a landmark technology that will
change the way we communicate, share knowledge, and entertain
ourselves... to mere hype. The answer likely lies in the way that we
choose to leverage this new tool. Join Community of Minds as we explore
the strategic value of blogging, as it pertains to business.

As we explore blogs as a business tool, Cleveland Public Library will
also highlight its enabling technologies... such as WiFi and database
archives.

Guest Speaker: George Nemeth, Cool Cleveland's CIO and creator
of the Brewed Fresh Daily blog (www.brewedfreshdaily.com) will lead the
discussion, share insights and answer questions. Bring your wireless
laptop to surf along in real time, on CPL's free WiFi hotspot.

Food & Drink: Community of Minds provides complimentary Hors d' Oeuvres. Cash bar available.

Parking: Self-parking is available across the street at the BP
Building, located next to the Hyatt. Limited metered street parking may
also be available.

This event is sponsored by Thompson Hine.
Established in 1911, Thompson Hine - www.ThompsonHine.com - is among
the largest business law firms in the United States. For the last three
years, the firm has been named as one of the Best Corporate Law Firms
in America (in an annual survey of 32,000 corporate directors conducted
by Corporate Board Member magazine). With more than 350 lawyers and
offices in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus and Dayton, Ohio; New York
City; Washington, D.C.; and Brussels, Belgium, we serve some of the
world's premier businesses.

This event is co-sponsored by REI (The Center for Regional Economic Issues).
According to REI, economic development insight comes from combining
different perspectives into a composite view of "What's next?". REI
combines the work of academic researchers with the disciplines of
management consulting. The goal is to develop actionable insights into
the types of investments that can accelerate productivity in a regional
economy.

This event is co-sponsored by the Cleveland Public Library, CPL (www.cpl.org).

Start: 4:30 pm

This is a joint meeting with Community of Minds, a business networking group - http://www.communityofminds.com

It's
going to be held in the reading garden at the Cleveland Public Library
along with the blogger meetup to talk about the impact of blogging (and
podcasting) on business.

06 / 16
Start: 5:00 pm

Allah Made Me Funny, The Official Muslim Comedy Tour
Azeem, Azhar Usman, and Preacher Moss

06 / 17
Start: 11:00 am

Admiral
Thomas H. Collins, who is committed to effective use of emerging
technologies and developing innovative methods to improve Coast Guard
mission performance, will be speaking on homeland security as it
relates to the protection of shipping and ports.

Start: 6:00 pm

Please join us for the grand opening of Assemble, the newest addition to the 1300 and the Greater Cleveland Art Scene. Assemble is one part original artwork, two parts creative lifestyle products/services, and a splash of limited edition hand made items, all served chilled and at an affordable price. Assemble (Gallery & Store) co-exist within the 1300 complex and provide a new venue for the ne(u)w-art-era.

06 / 18
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06 / 21
Start: 10:30 am

Plan to join in the discussions at the Tuesday, June 21, NEO Excellence Roundtable at the City Club of Cleveland as we advance innovative open source pursuits for holistic economic development in Northeast Ohio, including:

Start: 3:00 pm

June 21: "Regional Marketing: New Frameworks for a Global Marketplace"

06 / 22
Start: 4:30 pm

Cleveland 104 - The Curator's Keys: Unlocking the Doors to Cleveland's Museum of Art

06 / 23
06 / 24
Start: 11:00 am

Robert W. Briggs - Chairman of Fund for Our Economic Future and Chairman Emeritus, Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs

06 / 25
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06 / 28
Start: 10:30 am

Big news and developments to discuss this week at the NEO Excellence Roundtable.

After working in academe innovating the Case Center for Regional Economic Issues, Ed Morrison returns to the private sector to lead Open Source Economic Development (OSED) for this region and the world, his way. Join Ed at the Excellence Roundtable as we explore next steps with him. As so many of us are building our community development plans around Ed's framework, today's Roundtable is where the planning continues.

Start: 3:00 pm

June 28:“A Holistic Approach to Developing Cities and Regions�Michael Easterling, graduate student, CSU College of Urban Affairs (http://urban.csuohio.edu/) and Executive Director, Open Roads Institute (http://www.open-roads.net/)

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