Please join the Chancellor’s Colloquium Distinguished Speaker Series and The UC Davis Forums on the Public University and the Social Good for the final 18–19 academic year event for both. The speaker, Dr. Michael M. Crow, is an educator, knowledge enterprise architect, science and technology policy scholar, and higher education leader. He became the sixteenth president of Arizona State University in July 2002 and has spearheaded ASU’s rapid and groundbreaking transformative evolution into one of the world’s best public metropolitan research universities. As a model “New American University,” ASU simultaneously demonstrates comprehensive excellence, inclusivity representative of the ethnic and socioeconomic diversity of the United States, and consequential societal impact.
Accessible and affordable higher education is integral to the success of our democracy and our economic competitiveness, yet the evolution of existing organizations models has been incremental and resistant to change. As knowledge creation and technology grow exponentially at an unprecedented pace, institutions must decide if they are satisfied with the status quo or if the time has come to advance a redesign that authentically reflects their organizational values and leverages their talent, tools and resources to push quality education and meaningful social impact forward at scale.
A public reception will follow the presentation.
There is no charge to attend, however tickets are required for entry to this event. Order Limit: 2.