Doug Hohulin will be discussing the building of a sustainable metaverse infrastructure. He worked for 33 years at Nokia/Motorola in Strategy, Business Development, Account Management, and Engineering roles and member of People-Centered Internet (PCI) founded by Vinton G. Cerf, and is developing a nursing school educational program in VR with Victory XR. He focuses on XR/Metaverse, Telecommunication (5G/6G, WiFi, Cable/10G), Intelligent Transportation (Automated Vehicles, Traffic Safety, UAV), Energy/Smart Grid, Digital Health, Telehealth, Education, Future of Work and Public Policy projects. He is a Volunteer Affiliate Faculty member at the University of Kansas School of Nursing supporting various XR projects. He is a KC Digital Drive Health Innovation Team member and on the University of Central Missouri Gigabit Lab Advisory Board.
Join us for the Open House for the 2022 Girls Virtual Reality Team Business Challenge, July 16-17, 2022.
The Girls STEAM Institute's Virtual Reality Girls Team Business Challenge is geared to educate and encourage young girls 12-17 to become entrepreneurs and solve world problems. Twelve girls were chosen by representing diversity in geography, age, culture and assigned to a team of 4 to develop a business with viable concepts to remedy the Climate Change Crisis and the Role of Technology and Saving Our Earth.
For details and to attend the free two-day event, check the 2022 Girls Virtual Reality Team Business Challenge.
The Girls STEAM Institute's is a non-profit that enlightens and inspires girls globally to pursue S.T.E.A.M. entrepreneurship and leadership to build a sustainable international pipeline for inspiring and empowering girls to pursue innovation as STEAM entrepreneurs.
For more information and to volunteer or donate, or bring a Girls STEAM Institute Team Business Challenge event to your school or organization, visit The Girls STEAM Institute.
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