AIM Institute’s Lincoln office hosting open house Thursday, May 20

In early April, I spoke with my colleague Rod Armstrong, vice president for strategic partnerships at the AIM Institute, about the amount and depth of activity AIM is involved with in Lincoln and western Nebraska. This Thursday evening from 4-6 p.m., AIM's new Lincoln office will be hosting an open house for folks to stop

In early April, I spoke with my colleague Rod Armstrong, vice president for strategic partnerships at the AIM Institute, about the amount and depth of activity AIM is involved with in Lincoln and western Nebraska.

This Thursday evening from 4-6 p.m., AIM’s new Lincoln office will be hosting an open house for folks to stop by and talk with Rod and other staff members about the work and plans for the location. The office is located within the University of Nebraska Technology Park (4701 Innovation Drive).

Here’s more about the AIM Institute, from aiminstitute.org:

As a not-for-profit membership organization, it is the AIM Institute’s mission to empower communities, organizations and individuals through information technology. AIM fulfills its mission by collaborating with business leaders, educators and government to help citizens in Nebraska and the surrounding region to develop the skills needed in an information economy and to prosper through the innovative application of IT.

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