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Join us for the
ACM Memorial and Reception
for
Dr. Rob Kling
"The Father of Social Informatics"

When: Wednesday April 25th 4:00pm - 5:30pm Location: SLIS LI001 - Wells Library
Refreshments will be provided following the panel by the IUB ACM Student Chapter.

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The IUB Association of Computing Machinery Student Chapter will be holding a panel and reception in memory of Rob Kling (http://rkcsi.indiana.edu/index.php/remembering-rob). During the first hour a panel of Rob's peers will discuss their memories and the contributions Rob has made to Indiana University. The panel will be immediatly followed by a short reception with refreshments from 5:00 - 5:30 from which (weather permitting) participants will be asked to take part in a walk to a bench and tree deticated to Rob's memory for a moment of silence.