PackMUG and North Carolina State University will be hosting a keynote by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. After the keynote, a roundtable discussion with students and campus tour is scheduled. According to PackMUG:
North Carolina State University is pleased to announce that Steve Wozniak will be speaking for the first time at the university on Saturday, April 26, 2003. Wozniak is a co-founder of Apple Computer, the inventor of the Apple I and Apple II computers, and a pioneer of the personal computer industry.
The event will be hosted by PackMUG, the North Carolina State University Macintosh Users Group, and will be held at 2:00PM Saturday afternoon at the Jane S. McKimmon Center. Dr. Marye Anne Fox, the chancellor of NCSU, will deliver welcoming remarks. The keynote is open to the public and various representatives from area colleges and universities will be present.
You can find more information about the upcomming keynote at the PackMUG Web site. Attendance is free to the public.