Game Night

Wednesday, May 24
8:30 – ?

The PreK-12 Learning Group and MCH Strategic Data invite you to go “all in” for our fifth annual Texas Hold ’em tournament. Game Night is the perfect way to unwind after a day of sessions. Sign up and bring your colleagues!

All skill levels are welcome to attend and participate in the tournament. Please note participants will play for chips only—no cash bets. Trophies will be presented to the top individuals.

Not a poker player? Not a problem! How about trying your hand at Trivia! Test your knowledge of all things trivial at CIC’s pub quiz.

Poker and Trivia are free to CIC attendees, but you must register ahead of time.

Select Game Night during your CIC registration, or if you’ve already registered for CIC contact Rachel Burgos to add to your conference registration.

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Jonathan Knee, Author and Professor, Columbia Business School

Jonathan Knee
Author, Class Clowns
Professor of Professional Practice
Columbia Business School

Thursday, May 25
9:00 – 9:45 am

Professor Knee teaches Media Mergers and Acquisitions and co-teaches The Media Industries: Public Policy and Business Strategy with Professor Tim Wu of Columbia Law School. He also serves as co-director of the Media Program with Professor Sarvary. Continue reading

Fred Bramante, National Center for Competency-Based Learning

Fred Bramante
Founder and President
National Center for Competency-Based Learning

Featured Lunch Speaker
Thursday, May 25
11:45 am – 12:45 pm

In 1995, Fred Bramante received the Alumni Achievement Award from Keene State College, where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Science (1970). In 2009, Fred was given the Alumni Achievement Award from Plymouth State University where he received his Masters Degree in Educational Leadership (2006). In 1964, Fred graduated 206th of 212 students in his high school; that year his applications for admission to both colleges were rejected. Continue reading