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Thursday, January 10 • 10:45am - 11:25am
Learning Innovation Lab #1: Public-Private Partnerships – The Future of Higher Education is Now: Implications for Student Affairs

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As Amazon heads east to Arlington, VA and Mason plans for large-scale strategic expansion in the hi-tech arena, this session will explore implications of public-private partnerships (P3) in higher education. Mason has already placed great attention on connecting to employers, workforce, and emerging fields; the entrance of Amazon presents a unique opportunity for Mason to now lead the P3 arena on a new front: student affairs. Presenters will provide an overview of the topic, highlight current work in this space, and will introduce both opportunities and risks of public-private partnerships in academia. Participants will be asked to engage in an innovative thought process and discussion around the link between P3 and student affairs, with consideration to needs, resources, and the work of Mason’s University Life division. 


Sang Jin Lee

MA candidate in Higher Education and Student Development

Dr. Lori Cohen Scher

Assistant Dean, University Life, University Life

Thursday January 10, 2019 10:45am - 11:25am EST
Johnson Center, George's

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