Chancellor Carey, National Experts to Discuss Postsecondary Education Attainment Goal

Monday, May 9, 2016 - 10:50am

Columbus State Community College’s Center for Workforce Development, 315 Cleveland Ave., Columbus 43215

Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) Chancellor John Carey; U.S. Department of Education Deputy Undersecretary Dr. Kim Hunter-Reed; Inter-University Council of Ohio President Bruce Johnson; Ohio Association of Community Colleges President Jack Hershey; Columbus State Community College President Dr. David Harrison; Ohio Technical Centers Executive Director Bill Bussey; University of Southern California Center for Urban Education Director Dr. Estela Bensimon; Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Director of Policy Analysis Dr. Demaree Michelau; Learn to Earn Dayton Executive Director Tom Lasley; Ohio Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation Director Ryan Burgess; Honda North America Technical Workforce Development Management Scot McLemore; Nationwide Talent Acquisition Manager Chuck Mischley; The Ohio State University Center for Higher Education Enterprise Director Dr. Terrell Strayhorn; Ohio Department of Education staff; ODHE staff; other higher education officials.

Go Higher Ohio: Summit on Postsecondary Education Attainment. Higher education experts from around Ohio and across the nation will discuss the need to take the percentage of adults in Ohio with a degree or postsecondary credential to 65 percent by 2025 to meet the needs of Ohio’s workforce. The daylong summit will feature a keynote address from the U.S. Department of Education’s deputy undersecretary as well as plenary discussions and breakout sessions. 

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Contact Info: 

Jeff Robinson
Office: 614.752.9487