Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series

A Lecture Series Featuring Renowned Leaders

In fall 2020, Chancellor Deba Dutta launched the Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series. The series brings prominent experts to the UM-Flint campus and community for thought-provoking presentations on the compelling issues of our times. All presentations are free and open to the public to attend.

Access and the 21st Century University

Dianne Harris, PhD is a senior program officer at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation who will bring her perspective on access as a key issue currently facing higher education.

February 4, 2021 • 2 p.m. • RSVP by February 3, 2021




Collaborating for Success:

The Role of Urban Universities, Foundations, and Corporations in Community Revitalization

Chancellor Emeritus Charlie Nelms, EdD. a renowned leader in education, author, and public speaker, returns to the UM-Flint community to deliver an inspiring message.

Chancellor Emeritus Lecture – October 19, 2020