Charlotte Talks: Area University Presidents Talk About The Future Of Higher Education

Oct 17, 2019

Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019

We are home to five schools, each representing a different part of the higher education ecosphere. With costs soaring and as more is expected from institutions of higher learning, Mike Collins talks about these challenges with the presidents of Johnson C. Smith, Queens University, Davidson College and Central Piedmont as well as the chancellor of UNC Charlotte.

On the next Charlotte Talks, the future of higher education in general and, specifically, here in Charlotte.

We are home to five schools, each representing a different part of the higher education ecosphere. 

The show was recorded at the beautiful Belk Chapel on the campus of Queens University of Charlotte.
Credit WFAE/ERIN KEEVER

With costs soaring and as more is expected from institutions of higher learning, Charlotte Talks host Mike Collins visits the campus of Queens University for a forum to talk about these challenges with the Presidents of Johnson C. Smith, Queens University, Davidson College and Central Piedmont as well as the Chancellor of UNC Charlotte. 

Guests:

Clarence D. Armbrister, J.D., president, Johnson C. Smith University

Kandi Deitemeyer, Ph.D., president, Central Piedmont Community College

Philip L. Dubois, Ph.D., chancellor, UNC Charlotte

Daniel G. Lugo, J.D., president, Queens University of Charlotte

Carol Quillen, Ph.D., president, Davidson College

Left to right: Philip Dubois, Carol Quillen, Daniel Lugo, Kandi Deitemeyer, Clarence Armbrister, Mike Collins
Credit Jeff Cravotta

Bonus Audio: Post Charlotte Talks Audience Q and A.