Net Neutrality: Current State and Potential Impact to Your Institution

Wednesday, November 01 | 2:00pm - 2:50pm ET | Meeting Room 202A/B, 200 Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
The FCC launched a process in May to negate its 2015 network neutrality rules, leaving the future of commercial Internet service unsettled. This session will explore what net neutrality is and how changes in this space may affect higher education.

Outcomes: Understand net neutrality and the implications of the FCC's actions for colleges and universities * Talk to your campus about the issue, including which stakeholders/audiences to approach * Know what options you have to make a difference.


  • Tracy Mitrano

    Academic Dean of University of Massachusetts Cyber Security Certificate Programs, University of Massachusetts Central Office
  • Jarret Cummings

    Director of Policy and Government Relations, EDUCAUSE
  • Paul Erickson

    Assistant Director for Enterprise Architecture, University of Nebraska