By Kevin T. BrownAssociated PressAn Iowa State University professor who is credited with the development of the world’s first live streaming video platform is launching a new live stream of a commencement ceremony.
It’s a way for people to get an up-close look at a new commencement, he said.
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In addition to the two live streams, the university will host two panels on the commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 24 and Sunday, May 25.
The panels are hosted by faculty and staff members, along with speakers, a panel of social media experts and the Oberlin’s President, Dr. John W. McIlroy.
The speakers and panelists will discuss how to build a platform that is both educational and powerful.
The first panel, called The College is Not Enough, will examine how the commencement is a means of creating social change.
It will also include the idea of sharing one’s experiences.
The second panel, The Power of a Community, will discuss the importance of community, as well as how to achieve this through technology.
It is a unique opportunity to bring together a wide array of voices to discuss the important issue of social change and how we can harness the power of technology to help us make the world a better place.
The commencement ceremonies of the university have been hosted by various institutions, including Princeton, Dartmouth and Ohio State.
“We need to make sure that we’re talking to our students, our faculty and the whole campus about the issues that are really important to us, and we need to do that in a way that is as accessible as possible,” said Jennifer M. Rizzi, a professor in the College of Engineering.
The commencement ceremony was launched in 2019, and is the first such event to be hosted on the university’s network of cameras.
The event is also available to watch online.
The panelists, who are not faculty or staff members of the school, will be the same people who will be participating in the commencement ceremonies themselves.
The panelists include social media influencers, including comedian Dave Chappelle and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, as will faculty members and administrators from across the university.
They will include students, faculty and administrators who are involved in the college, as many of them are students, Rizzie said.
The speakers will be professors, business leaders, scientists and other leaders in the field of technology.
The graduates who attend will receive a certificate from the university and will have the opportunity to present their findings to the school’s commencement speaker.
The students who participate will also receive a plaque and be given the opportunity for a Q&A.
The Q&As will be conducted by faculty members.
The platform also will be used for events across the college.
Students can expect to see a live stream on the college’s campus from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., according to the university, which also is planning a video for the graduation ceremony that will feature the graduating class.
For the live stream, the University will be using the University Channel.
The university is also planning to use the platform to stream a public service announcement at 6 p.M. on May 24.
The announcement will also be made on YouTube, Facebook and other social media platforms.
“It’s just the first step.
We want to have these conversations all over the country and around the world,” Rizzia said.
“It’s important for us to have a platform to share this message with students and people around the country.
It’s a chance for us all to get involved.”