Public Universities, the Humanities, and Education in North Carolina | UNC Campus: Carolina Club | Page: Lectures Etc. | Indy Week
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Public Universities, the Humanities, and Education in North Carolina 

When: Sat., Oct. 10, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 2015
Phone: 919-962-1544
Price: free
North Carolinians are debating how our universities should best prepare students for future work in a changing global economy. The goal is to consider how the humanities and the arts can or should contribute to public education in North Carolina—and also how these contributions might be changing.. Speakers will include UNC President Tom Ross and UNC Chancellor Carol Folt. They will join the discussion with faculty colleagues and business leaders. Two separate panel presentations will be followed by a discussion among the speakers and our audience. An optional lunch is available for $29.
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