On February 9, 2016, policy leaders and industry experts, including the College of Education’s Abbie Brown, participated in a panel discussion during the 2016 Emerging Issues Forum “FUTUREWORK“ at the James B. Hunt Library. Kendall Hageman, the Policy Manager-Economy for the Institute for Emerging Issues led the panel discussion during day two of the Forum.
The 31st Annual Emerging Issues Forum, “FUTUREWORK,” focused on how North Carolina can best ensure enough good future jobs as workplace automation expands and the state’s demography shifts. The Forum is hosted by NC State University’s Institute for Emerging Issues, a “think and do tank” that brings North Carolinians together around complex issues in pursuit of a single goal: to enhance North Carolina’s future competitiveness. The 2016 FUTUREWORK Forum was held at Raleigh Convention Center (Day One) and NCSU’s Hunt Library (Day Two). For more about the event, see www.emergingissues.org.
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