Regionally Speaking, Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Aug 18, 2020

Cimcor CEO Robert Johnson is on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about his Merrillville-based tech company's work with the videoconferencing giant Zoom, a business relationship that began in 2019. Purdue Northwest professor Nicky Jackson also joins us about her topic for a series on virtual conversations this fall on "race, racism and anti-racism." Several faculty members will be presenting their topics beginning Sept. 3rd.
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Today:  Purdue University Northwest is holding a series of interdisciplinary lectures and discussions beginning Sept. 3rd entitled "Race, Racism and Anti-Racism" that focuses on race relations and racism in America.  We have one of those presenters on the program:  associate professor of criminal justice Nicky Jackson who, along with exoneree Roosevelt Glenn, will speak on "Race and Wrongful Convictions" on October 6th.  All of the lectures will be free, open to the public and viewable via Zoom and Facebook Live.  More information's available on the PNW website.   We also have another conversation from the Welcome Project at Valparaiso University and the CEO of Merrillvile-based tech company Cimcor, Robert E. Johnson III, joins us to talk about his firm's association with Zoom to give the videoconferencing giant better security and compliance through its new software.  Zoom began using CimTrak software in 2019.