The First-Ever HBCU Technology Conference Is Available On-Demand

The inaugural HBCU Technology Conference recently concluded. If you did not attend this virtual event created just for HBCUs, you will want to take a look at what you missed! The entire conference is now available on-demand.

Presented by HP and sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Intel, and Microsoft, this event featured separate tracks for IT, Faculty/Staff, and Students. The goal? Provide an experience for everyone across the HBCU campus. The conference focused on digital transformation and the future of education at HBCUs, and presentations provided valuable learning and sharing opportunities designed to help your entire campus work together towards a common goal.

The conference featured compelling general sessions with presenters and panel discussions to support your digital transformation efforts with an HBCU president’s roundtable, fireside chat with special guest, Congresswoman Dr. Alma S. Adamas, cyber security discussions, and discussions with HBCU CIOs, VPs, and industry leaders. The closing keynote from Hill Harper, actor, author, and CEO/Founder of The Black Wall Street Digital Wallet, is not to be missed. Learn about how technology can help HBCUs in their transformation journey and explore topics you’ll find of interest for professional development.        

Through the IT Staff track you can: 

  • Hear industry leaders share their transformation stories
  • Learn from your HBCU colleagues across the country as they share best practices through peer presentations
  • Build partnerships with other HBCUs to leverage shared services 

Through the Faculty, Non-IT Staff, and Administration track you can: 

  • Hear education experts share how technology can transform learning and help you prepare your students with future-ready skills
  • Workshop solutions for teaching and learning challenges that can be addressed through digital learning solutions
  • Create lasting connections that support your digital transformation efforts
  • Learn new strategies to implement at your own institution

We encourage you to register today in order to unlock all of the great gems shared in this year’s history-making HBCU Technology Conference!