NSTA QUARTERLY FORUMS

Once-per-quarter panel and audience discussions on technology topics touching our lives!

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CURRENT EVENTS
MEMBERS EVENTS

Listen to Steven Kay

(NSTA Board Director)

Every weekday morning!
"Life, Business and Money, with Steven Kay & Brent Clanton"

Monday thru Friday, 7am-10am
CNN 650 Radio News

Call LIVE: 713-9-650-650


 
Watch Sheila Harrison
(NSTA Board Director)

"The CEO Show"
Wednesdays, 10AM Central

Phonoscope Online
(Also archived on YouTube)

 



Jerry Hobby
Anything Internet

LIVE on Radio-Wednesdays 9AM
Jerry Hobby, hosts a radio show on CNN 650 Business Talk Radio.  Jerry shares ideas and insights into the world of Internet marketing.  You can listen live or you can review one of his past shows.


 

QUARTERLY WEDNESDAYS


NSTA Quarterly Forums
Wednesday Lunches
11:30AM - 1:30PM
NSTA members and guests have long requested an increase in topical discussions and interactive exchange at our events. We have been listening to those requests, and now we present
The NSTA Quarterly Forums.

~ Third Wednesday each Quarter ~
January 19, 2011
April 20, 2011
July 20, 2011
October 19, 2011


Reservations can be made through email or phone:
[email protected] • 713.979.5288


 

FOR 2011
PRESENT YOUR INDUSTRY THROUGH NSTA!

What hi-tech industry does your company represent? NSTA is The Technology Association in Houston! We are going Global! Become a Member. Go places with us! Call 713.979.5288 or email [email protected]


Topics of Interest

   Diginomics:
The Future of Banking
  The Future of Media
   "Smart" Home Technology:
The Electronic Cottage

   "Smart" Street Technology:
Computer Cars on Digitized Streets
 

Nanomedicine:
How Nanotechnology is Changing Medicine  

   RFID Tracking:
The Future of Total Transparency        

The Road
Ahead

The Coming
Convergence

Second
Lives

Technology
and the Future

Growing Up
Digital

See NSTA Reading List on LinkedIn
 


 

FORMER SPEAKERS

 

Annual Greater Houston
Technology Report

October 6,2009

Mayoral Candidates

Annise Parker

Gene Locke

Peter Brown

Roy Morales

 October 13, 2008

Bill While

Mayor


PAST SPEAKERS

Bret Drake 
NASA-JSC Constellation Prog.

C. J. Coolidge 
Administaff
Carl Cadis, Jr.
United Space Alliance
Carla Fair-Wright
Society/Women Engrs.
Charles M. Chafer
Space Services Inc.
Conrad Masterson
Nanotech.Fdn.Texas

Cybele Woon, MD
WhitsettVision Group

Daniel Krohn
Krohn Law
David Wallace
Wallace Bajjali Developers
(former Sugar Land Mayor)

Don & Eric Fruin
EmergeTag
Hank Tomarelli
Texas Instruments
J. D. Messenger
Essence Group
Jacqueline Northcut
BioHouston
James Gaskin
Technology author
James Logan, MD
JSC Space Medicine
Jerry Hobby
Anything Internet

Jerry Woodfill
NASA JSC Tech.Mgrs.Rep.
John Donato
BizRated Mobile
Johnny Molock
Bridging ~ Digital Divide
Jordy Tollett
Houston Convention Bureau
Kirby Lammers
EBC Broadcasting Co.
Lance Griffith
Cap 5 Computer Solutions
Mauro Ferrari, Ph.D.
Molecular Med-Rice
Michael Fjetland
Armour Glass Int'l
Michael Garfield

High-Tech Texan®
Nicole Robinson
Digital Inclusion/COH
Paul Frison
Houston Technology Center
Peter Brown
COH Councilman at-Large
Peter Bishop

UH Future Studies
Richard Lewis
City of Houston CIO
Steven Kay
Steven Kay Media
Steven Vowell
The Mesh Network
Tony Elam
Baylor College of Medicine

Walter Ulrich
Houston Technology Center

 

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NSTA is an organization of organizations, an association of associations in the broad industry of Advancing Technology.
Our "Associate Partners" are non-profit, tax-exempt organizations that either represent the industry of advancing technology in some capacity, or have partnered with NSTA in full support of our Vision & Mission and wish to show public support of the same. Partnership with NSTA does not necessarily reflect our support of their philosophies in all matters, but we do recognize their role in the community in which they serve and their commitment to education and information relative to technology's positive impact on our lives and our culture worldwide.