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Innovation and Education in a Global Society

Innovation and Education in a Global Society

Four distinguished thought-leaders, two of whom are UCSC alumni, will explore what a university education should be in a global society. Panelists are (clockwise from lower right): "Innovation guru" John Kao, New York Times senior editor Katy Roberts (moderator), historian and political pundit Victor Davis Hanson, and Silicon Valley leader Shellye Archambeau. Roberts (Kresge '74) and Hanson (Cowell '75) are UCSC graduates.

 

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Highlights

Day, Time & Location

The event takes place Saturday, April 26, in the Humanities Lecture Hall, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. A reception follows immediately in the adjacent courtyard. Attendees are encouraged to arrive by 2:45.

Forum, Followed By Wine Tasting

Immediately following the forum, attendees will walk to an adjacent courtyard for a wine tasting, featuring wines produced by UCSC alumni. The wine tasting is one of many events that are part of UCSC's 2008 Alumni Reunion Weekend.

Read About This Event

UCSC's inaugural Intellectual Forum, "Innovation and Education in a Global Society," is the subject of the this article on the campus web site.

How To Get Tickets

To reserve your tickets, please call:
Locally, (831)459-2530
or, toll free, (800) 933-SLUG.