Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series
A Lecture Series Featuring Renowned Leaders
In fall 2020, Chancellor 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.
College Students and Civic Engagement
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Edie Goldenberg, PhD, is a professor of public policy and political science at the University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. Voter turnout among college students is one of Dr. Goldenberg’s primary research interests, and she will share her expertise in this area as the third speaker in the Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series. RSVP
Access & 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.
Dianne Harris Lecture – February 4, 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