UCSF will launch the celebration of the Mission Bay campus' 10-year anniversary on Wednesday, Jan. 23, with a news conference and reception at Genentech Hall that will be livestreamed.
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Speakers will include UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann, MD, MPH; San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee; former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, Jr.; Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom; former Gov. Gray Davis; Nobel laureate and UCSF Chancellor Emeritus J. Michael Bishop, MD; Bayer Mission Bay site head Chris Haskell, PhD; and Mark Laret, chief executive officer of the UCSF Medical Center and UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.
UCSF faculty, staff and students also are welcome to attend the news conference honoring this milestone.
Are there any special requirements for viewing the livestream?
Educational Technology Services uses the Mediasite lecture capture system, which works in every major browser (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari), on both Windows and Mac OS X computers.
Please note that the free Microsoft Silverlight plugin is required on desktop computers. ETS has worked with UCSF IT to ensure Silverlight is part of the standard desktop image. Most UCSF-issued computers should already have Silverlight installed.
Mediasite presentations can also be viewed on Apple, Android and Blackberry mobile devices (iPhones and iPod Touch devices require the free Mediasite app).