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Economy

Tools for a tough economy: Attitude & aptitude

April 21, 2009

The College of Applied Human Sciences is hosting a Monfort Professor-in-Residence presentation by James Ludington, Executive Vice President of National Network Operations with Time Warner Cable, the second largest cable operator in the U.S.

Seeking success?  Adopt some attitude 

Monfort Professor-in-Residence Lecture
Thursday, April 23, 11 a.m.
Guggenheim, Room 227 
Public reception, 4 p.m.
Guggenheim, Room 118

Beating the odds

Jim Ludington earned a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial construction management from Colorado State University in 1982 at a time when job prospects in the construction industry were at least as daunting as they are today. Yet he went on to:

  • work at Time Warner Cable in a number of capacities
  • found his own company, INT2-Internetwork Integration, Inc., an integration & network development company
  • assist Time Warner Cable with its first launches of video-on-demand
  • win the Polaris Award, which recognizes optical fiber visionaries in the cable TV engineering community
  • become Executive Vice President of National Network Operations with Time Warner Cable

The right tools to build a successful career

Ludington visits campus as a CSU Monfort Professor-in-Residence. He will give a presentation titled, Tools for a tough economy: Attitude and aptitude, on Thursday, April 23 at 11 a.m. in Guggenheim, Room 227. His presentation will show students how to use the right tools to build a successful career.

A public reception is also planned the same day at 4 p.m. in Room 118 Guggenheim.

About James Ludington

James Ludington is Executive Vice President of National Network Operations with Time Warner Cable, the second largest cable operator in the U.S. Ludington is responsible for oversight of the testing, implementation, and national operation of the technology platforms delivering voice, video, and data services to all Time Warner customers.  

Monfort Professors-in-Residence program

The Monfort Professors-in-Residence program brings accomplished leaders from business, government, and the arts to campus to interact with students and enrich their learning experiences. The program is supported by a generous gift from the Monfort Family Foundation.

Event flyer (pdf)


Contact: Kim Winger
E-mail: Kim.Winger@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-2797