How Higher Education Institutions Are Adapting in light of COVID-19

When:
July 7, 2020 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm America/Indiana/Indianapolis Timezone
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2020-07-07T12:45:00-04:00
Cost:
Free

Join the Economic Club of Indiana for a conversation with some of the countries leaders in higher education on how these institutions are adapting in light of COVID-19.

Mitch Daniels | President, Purdue University

Since taking the helm in 2013, Purdue University President and Former Governor of Indiana, Mitch Daniels has been focused on addressing some of the greatest challenges facing higher education today—affordability and accessibility, transformative education, world-changing research, and STEM leadership. Daniels’ commitment to empowering the next generation of leaders has been advanced with his creation of the Mitch Daniels Leadership Foundation whose mission is to build a network of innovators and leaders who refuse to accept the status quo as good enough, constantly aim higher, and execute courageously.

James Danko| President, Butler University 

James Danko became Butler’s 21st President in 2011. During his tenure, he has led a strategy to establish the University as a higher-education innovator through the pursuit of creative new programs and approaches; to advance Butler’s core mission as one that integrates a liberal-arts foundation with professional preparation; and to strengthen Butler’s founding principles of inclusivity, community engagement, and academic excellence.

Patrick Mullane | Executive Director, Harvard Business School Online 

Patrick Mullane is the Executive Director of Harvard Business School Online. He brings over 20 years of management experience across several industries to the position. As Executive Director, he is responsible for managing HBS Online’s growth, expansion in global markets, and long-term success. HBS Online leverages Harvard Business School’s reputation for excellence and impact in business education and the broader business community, as well as the vast intellectual property, academic pedagogy, and faculty talent of the School to be the premier provider of high-quality digital business education.

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