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Event Highlights: June 27th – July 3rd, 2011

It’s a great time to be in the city: the weather is fantastic and the city has begun its 11-day celebration of Independence Day. Before you prep the grill for this week, we have a handful of awesome technology events, two of them featuring the University City Science Center’s Quorum. This week: learn about tech […]

It’s a great time to be in the city: the weather is fantastic and the city has begun its 11-day celebration of Independence Day.
Before you prep the grill for this week, we have a handful of awesome technology events, two of them featuring the University City Science Center’s Quorum.
This week: learn about tech and education, hear from the latest Philly startups and get schooled on term sheets.

International Society for Technology in Education – Thanks to the recent budget crises, education has been on the top of Philadelphia’s mind. The International Society for Technology in Education conference rolls in just in time with three days full of programming that evaluates tech’s role in education. All day. Sunday to Wednesday. Convention Center. INFO.
June Philly Tech Meetup – Join local entrepreneurs and hackers in showing off what they’ve been working on at Quorum, the Science Center’s club house for entrepreneurs. Up this time is ElectNext, Jawaya and Open Poll. 7:00 p.m. Wednesday. University City. INFO.
“I signed what?” – If you have been paying attention to our Angel Interview series, you’d know that a recurring theme is the knowledge gap between venture capitalists and entrepreneurs. PACT and PSL have teamed up to help close that gap with a lesson on term sheets taught by Farid Naib, an angel interview alum and successful serial entrepreneur. 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. University City. INFO.

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