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Stanford Digital Education and Trinity College have organized 10 monthly book conversations via Zoom with leading scholars on how higher education can affect the public good.

Each event features an author of a recently published book exploring the role of colleges and universities in addressing society’s problems. An expert in the author’s field will conduct the interview, followed by questions from the audience. The list of authors and the dates they will be interviewed can be found here.

Stanford Digital Education and Trinity jointly organized the series in collaboration with Bentley University, Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke Learning Innovation, Georgetown University Center for Design in Learning and Scholarship, McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning at Princeton, Minerva, Northeastern University School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, University of Michigan Center for Academic Innovation, University of Missouri Online, University of Pennsylvania Online Learning Initiative, Stanford Humanities Center’s Recovering the University as a Public Good initiative and the Stanford Pathways Lab.

The book conversations are free, and all are welcome. Those wishing to attend one or more of the events should register in advance here.

Event Details

  • Sophia Caple
  • Linda Tvrdy
  • Perumal Kabali
  • Honghui Wu

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