Jeff Selingo Speaks to Campus Community on March 19

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Jeff Selingo Speaks to Campus Community on March 19

All Fairfield University faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the upcoming lecture by Jeff Selingo , author of College (Un)Bound: The Future of Higher Education and What It Means for Students. The lecture is free and will be held on Wednesday, March 19 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Barone Campus Center’s Oak Room.

In his book, College (Un)Bound , Jeff explores the college of tomorrow – how families will pay, what campuses will look like, how students will learn, and what skills will lead to success in the job market. He is an author, columnist, and speaker who has spent his journalism career covering colleges and universities worldwide. Jeff is a contributing editor to The Chronicle of Higher Education and professor of practice at Arizona State University. Jeff’s work focuses on the innovative practices of colleges and universities and what they might mean for students in the future.

This is the first lecture in the IDEAS: Fairfield 2020 Lecture Series being offered this spring in which thought-provoking perspectives will be shared with the Fairfield University community from some of today’s leading voices in higher education regarding the challenges and opportunities facing universities in the 21 st century.

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