Bill Gates to Speak at >goto_GDC;


BILL GATES STUDENT ADDRESS ANNOUNCED

Bill Gates

The Department of Computer Science is pleased to announce that Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will deliver a student address at >goto_GDC;, the grand opening event of the new Bill & Melinda Gates Computer Science Complex and Dell Computer Science Hall on March 6th at 3:00 pm.

Seating will be available to UTCS students who have secured tickets from the department prior to the event. The lecture will also be broadcast to adjacent overflow space on a first-come, first-served basis.

Due to the enthusiastic response, the Bill Gates lecture is now sold out. If you registered for a ticket, please keep an eye on your email on February 20th to see if you receive a ticket! If you were unable to get your name on the wait list for a ticket, please join us in the SAC Ballroom and GDC Auditorium on March 6 where we will live stream the presentation!

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Bill gates hai man .i am a huge fan of yours thank you :)

Here's a video at least

http://www.cs.utexas.edu/news-events/news/2013/bill-gates-delivers-keynote-speech-grand-opening-new-computer-science-complex

Oh I would have loved to have been there but a video will do for now. Thanks!

Will Bill Gates' speach be posted online to look at later?

Hi, Bill. Bill Gates' speech will be posted online once the LHN feature has aired. We will have more information up on our homepage in about 2 weeks, so stay tuned!

Hi, I'm looking for a transcript of his speech. Would you mind please posting a link here since I managed to find this page through search?

Oh awesome bill gates!
Looking forward to see that guy

Can you live stream via online link so UT parents and TX Exes can watch as well?

Thanks for your question, Jacqueline. We will have webcast information soon. Stay tuned!

Way to go Mr. Gates!!

Well I just wanna wish A good Luck to Mr Gates . Sadly I'll not be there but hope One day I there for sure.

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