The Ken Kennedy Institute hosts several lecture series throughout the academic year. Each of these series has a specific focus. Distinguished guests are invited to present talks that allow for both discussion, networking and an opportunity to hear from top executives and leaders from around the globe.
The Ken Kennedy Institute Distinguished Lecture Series brings leaders in the field of information technology from both academia and industry to Rice to speak about the impact their work has had on the broader field of information technology.
The Technology, Cognition & Culture Lecture Series traces the evolution of information technologies and their influence on civilization. It is sponsored jointly with the Humanities Research Center and the Fondren Library.
The Technology, Society & Public Policy Lecture Series is sponsored jointly with the James. A. Baker Institute for Public Policy and the Fondren Library. This series focuses on social, political, and legal issues that have emerged from the information revolution that touches most aspects of our daily lives.
The lecture series presented by the Ken Kennedy Institute is open to the public with no cost for admission. We welcome you to come and and attend one or all of the presentations in our lecture series held at Rice University. If you have quesions about an event or need more information, please visit the "Events" section of our website for further details.