Tony Cortese's presentation at First American's 2016 Peer Discussion after NACUBO

July 18th, 2016
  • Led by guest speaker Anthony Cortese, Principal of the IEN, 40 higher education leaders came together at the Pointe-à-Callière, Montreal's historic Museum of Archeology & History for a collaborative discussion at First American's Peer Discussion after the NACUBO Annual Meeting. The explored how to preserve the best of an institution's past - staying true to the core mission and values -while building to ensure a more sustainable future. The content and discussion of the evening was focused on building bold, integrated strategies for affordability, diversity and sustainability for higher education to fulfill its critical role in meeting society's needs.

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