Our weekly event highlights roundup.
Did you hear all that chatter to end September with Baltimore Innovation Week? Expect a recap, but for now, back to a calmer, breezier list of technology events.
This week, remember to head to M&T Bank Stadium if you’re registered for TESSCO’s Innovation Showcase. For those looking to pursue a career in cybersecurity, UMBC will hold an info session about its graduate program. And for startups in need of legal documentation and advice, check out BizWorkshop, organized by TechBreakfast host Ron Schmelzer.
REMEMBER: TESSCO Innovation Showcase: Head to M&T Bank Stadium (home of the Ravens) for TESSCO‘s 2012 Innovation Showcase. Keynote speaker Steve Largent will speak about the future of wireless, and some top wireless manufactures, including 3M, Samsung and Sony, will be showing off their wares at various exhibition booths. Wednesday, Oct. 3, 8:30 a.m. M&T Bank Stadium, 1101 Russell St., Stadium Area, Baltimore city. Registration is closed.
UMBC Cybersecurity Info Session: Interested in a career protecting the vast interwebs? Head to UMBC on Wednesday to learn more about its graduate program in cybersecurity. As Technically Baltimore reported in August, UMBC just received a hefty grant from the National Science Foundation to provide scholarships to students studying cybersecurity. Wednesday, Oct. 3, 6 p.m. UMBC Technology Center, 1450 S. Rolling Rd., Halethorpe, Baltimore County. FREE TO ATTEND.
BizWorkshop for Startups: Need to incorporate your new business? TowsonGlobal Incubator will host a BizWorkshop on Thursday for companies to “get your legal house in order”: assistance with non-disclosure agreements, non-compete agreements, intellectual property audits and more. Twenty-one spots are still available. Thursday, Oct. 4, 9 a.m. TowsonGlobal Incubator, 7801 York Rd., Towson, Baltimore County. RSVP. $249/person.-30-
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