March 13, 2014
The world of higher education is being disrupted by many forces, which include rising costs and tuition rates, the advent of MOOCs and a decline in the number of college-age young people. On March 20 from 3 to 5 p.m. in Pugh Auditorium, Lynn Sutton, Dean of the Z. Smith Reynolds Library, will lead a panel of higher education experts in a discussion on the challenges and future of higher education.
• Michael Riley, CEO and editor-in-chief of The Chronicle of Higher Education
• Andy Chan, vice president for career development
• Rogan Kersh, provost
This event is free for Wake Forest University students, faculty and staff. Registration is encouraged and available online.
• A selected reading list on the future of higher education
• Join the conversation: #bigdisrupt