What Does It Mean to Be a Public University? Carolina Conversations

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

4:00 PM

5:30 PM

Aquarium Lounge, Student Union


What does it mean to be a Public University?
Are rules and regulations different from a private university? Should any difference matter to students? What about faculty members or professional staff members? Is the amount of public financial support a factor? Are there advantages to being a
public university? Disadvantages? This Carolina Conversation will explore what it means to be a public university through an engaging, participatory dialogue from a range of perspectives. Please join the conversation. All you need to bring is an
open mind.

Facilitators
Michael Smith '78 JD
Dean, School of Government

Frayda Bluestein
David M. Lawrence Distinguished
Professor of Public Law & Government

Moderator
Professor G. Rumay Alexander
Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Diversity Officer, Diversity & Inclusion

Sponsor
University Office for Diversity & Inclusion

All faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend the discussion.

go.unc.edu/CarolinaConversations
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