Dallas

Dallas Skyline

WEDNESDAY, April 26, 2017 4:30 – 6:30pm

Hotel Crescent Court
Crescent Ballroom
400 Crescent Court
Dallas, TX 75201

Speakers

Todd Maclin, B.B.A. '78

Master of Ceremonies

Interim Co-Executive Director, The Texas Exes

Mental Wealth: UT Austin Experts on Research and Care in Mental Health

Larry Harlan, B.B.A. '78

Panel Introduction

Stephen Strakowski, M.D.

Moderator

Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Dell Medical School

Christopher Beevers, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Liberal Arts

Chris Brownson, Ph.D.

Associate Vice President for Student Affairs; Director, Counseling and Mental Health Center

Laura Lee Colgin, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Center for Learning and Memory, Department of Neuroscience, College of Natural Sciences

Elizabeth Danze, FAIA

Interim Dean and Professor, School of Architecture

Cybersecurity in an Insecure World: Perspectives From Technology, Business, Policy, and Law

Bobby Chesney, J.D.

Moderator

Director, Robert Strauss Center for International Security and Law

William Inboden, Ph.D.

Executive Director, Clements Center for National Security

Stephen McGaw, M.B.A. '94

Chief Marketing Officer, AT&T Business Solutions

Matt Tait

Senior Cybersecurity Fellow, Robert Strauss Center for International Security and Law

Featured Topics

Mental Wealth: UT Austin Experts on Research and Care in Mental Health

Christopher Beevers
Chris Brownson
Laura Lee Colgin
Elizabeth Danze

Panel Introduction by Larry Harlan
Moderated by Stephen Strakowski

From post-traumatic stress disorder to learning to memory, there is no way to overstate the importance of mental health in our lives. Hear how UT Austin is pioneering mental health and neuroscience on many different fronts, from taking care of our students to studying the relationship between architecture and our mental states. Moderated by the chair of Dell Med's psychiatry program, this panel of UT Austin faculty leaders embodies the university's depth and breadth of expertise in an area so important to us all.

Cybersecurity in an Insecure World: Perspectives From Technology, Business, Policy, and Law

William Inboden
Stephen McGaw
Matt Tait

Panel Introduction by George Seay
Moderated by Bobby Chesney

Few challenges are as pervasive or as difficult as the evolving problem of cybersecurity. From nation-state attacks to criminal enterprises to "script kiddies" disrupting websites simply because they can, the range and technical complexity of the threat seems to grow by the week. At UT we are increasingly focused on the full-range of issues cybersecurity raises. Our panel will give you a taste of our approach with perspectives bridging government, private industry, law, and international relations.