Lessons from the Wireless Campus

Friday, August 04 | 8:00AM–8:00AM
Session Type: Resources
Wireless network technology has been deployed on many campuses. In this session, we will explore lessons learned with respect to wireless deployment and its applications. While some campuses delved into this technology more than decade ago, others are still experimenting with it. At Carnegie Mellon, the issues, challenges, and applications of wireless technology have evolved over the past decade. Now is good time to step back and review our collective experience to determine common threads. This discussion group will have representation from Carnegie Mellon, University of Chicago, Dartmouth, MIT, Tufts, and the UC system.


  • Meena Lakhavani

    Chief Information Officer; Kennedy School, Harvard University