Disruptive Tech: What’s New,
What’s Coming &
How It Will Change Everything
Friday, June 28
The Rensselaer Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP), with a gift from the Boeing Company, will present a special evening with New York Times and Scientific American technology columnist and host of NOVA scienceNOW David Pogue on Friday, June 28.
His talk, titled “Disruptive Tech: What’s New, What’s Coming & How It Will Change Everything,” aims to tell area middle school and high school students how to optimize their success in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields in the future.
The Rensselaer STEP program is funded by the New York State Department of Education. It is designed to help disadvantaged secondary students and those from minority groups underrepresented in scientific, technical, and health-related professions to acquire the skills, attitudes, and abilities to pursue professional or pre-professional study in postsecondary degree programs in scientific, technical, and health-related fields.
The event will begin at 7 p.m. in the Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center Concert Hall. Admission is free; parking is available in the College Avenue Parking Garage. For free reserved seating, contact the RPI STEP Program at (518) 276-3098 or at