January 2010 Humanity+ Board Elections

Humanity+ Board members set policy goals and oversee their implementation, contributing with their experience and expertise to the WTA's work.

Five Humanity+ Board members' terms expire in January, and one additional member is stepping down. So there will be six seats open in January.

Its time to think about whether you want to run for the Board. Running for a board post, as well as voting in the election, is open to all dues-paying ("supporting" or "sustaining") members of the association.

All voting members in good standing as of Monday January 11th, 2010 are eligible to run in and vote in the Board election. Board members must be and remain voting members in good standing in order to run and serve. Please contact Assistant Director Marcelo Rinesi <marcelorinesi@gmail.com> to determine if you will be a voting member in good standing through Monday January 11, 2010.

The Board meets and votes virtually 24/7/365, so no travel is required, although daily Internet access is essential.

The term of service is two years, for these five open positions Jan 18, 2010 - Jan 15, 2012.

The period for self-nominations closes Saturday January 9th at noon EST. Voting will be conducted Monday January 11th to Thursday January 14th.

Please send your candidate statements to Humanity+ Secretary J. Hughes at secretary@transhumanism.org.

Previous examples of candidate statements are here:

http://www.transhumanism.org/index.php/WTA/more/vote2006/

http://www.transhumanism.org/index.php/WTA/more/vote2007/

http://www.transhumanism.org/index.php/WTA/more/vote2008/

h+ Winter Edition is here!

WINTER 2009

The Winter 2009 Issue of h+ Magazine features The Ray Kurzweil Interview, CAPRICA: Birth of the Cylons, DIY Transhumanism, The Chinese Singularity, and more.

It's here:  http://hplusmagazine.com/magazine

Spread the word!

Webcasts of Humanity+ Summit and IEET Seminar

This coming Saturday and Sunday Humanity+ will be hosting two full days of talks in Irvine California on topics of central interest to transhumanists. For those of you who can't attend there will be a live webcast available from this page:

http://www.techzulu.com/live.html

The IEET "Biopolitics of Popular Culture" seminar this coming Friday will also be available through the TechZulu website.

The Humanity+ Summit agenda is available here:

http://hplus.eventbrite.com/

Proceedings will be broadcast from 9am-5:30pm PST Saturday, December 5, and 9am-6pm Sunday, December 6, 2009.

The IEET Seminar agenda is here:

http://ieet.org/bpcs09

Proceedings will be broadcast 8:30am to 5:30pm PST Friday December 4, 2009.

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