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Appendix B: January 22-23, 2001 Workshop Agenda
Pages 69-72

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... A Wulf, President, National Academy of Engineering Plenary Address: The Information Technology TrainA Wakeup Call to the Research University 8:45 Technology Futures Moderator: Dan Atkins Executive Director, Alliance for Community Technology APPENDIX B 69
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... Structure Moderator: Nils Hasselmo President, American Association of Universities P R E P A R I N G F O R T H E R E V O E U T I O N
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... Discussants: Ton Cole Provost, Columbia University Marye Anne Fox Chancellor, North Carolina State University Mike McRobbie Vice President for Information Technology/ Chief Information Officer Indiana University Barbara O'Keefe Dean, School of Speech, Northwestern University 3:15 s 5:30 5:45 APPENDIX B Break The Impact of IT on the Broacler Environment of the Research University (e.g., post-seconciary education marketplace, research enterprise) Moderator: Doug Van Houweling President, University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development/Internet2 Discussants: Bill Massy Presiclent, Jackson Hole Higher Education Group Frank Newman Director, The Futures Project Diana Oblinger Professor of the Practice, Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Bob Zemsky Trustee, Franklin and Mills College First Day Wrap-up (Tim Duderstacit)
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... Wulf) Potential Impacts of IT on the Research University and Possible Actions Breakout groups: "How should the research university respond to the challenges, threats, and opportunities associated with IT?

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