The three-story, 120,000 sq. ft. Wake Forest Schools of Business building, Farrell Hall, features state-of-the-art technology and groundbreaking design to create an environment where faculty-student engagement can thrive. Built around a “living room” concept that brings faculty and students together in new ways, the world-class facility has flexible classrooms and collaborative spaces, allowing students the opportunity to learn intimately and intuitively within a shared space.
I thought having LTG Luckey on campus was great. I wish he had focused more on leadership and ethics. That would have been a great message for the undergrads to hear.
Informative. It offered several key perspectives on the attitudes that a leader should have as well as how to transition from a purely technical role to a generalized leadership role.
good intro talks with plenty of time for Q&A.
Very moving and inspirational
What an inspiring event - both to hear from Mr. Best himself about the beginnings of the organization and to hear from local teachers who are successfully finding ways to meet the needs of their students through posting projects on Donors Choose. I came away inspired to pursue more "humility and hustle," the core values that propelled Donors Choose so effectively in their mission to support teachers and champion public education.
Bill Powers was excellent! He presented a highly complicated, dense, philosophical topic in a relate-able, eloquent manner. He also made "ethical" behavior tangible and achievable for anyone who makes those choices on a day-to-day basis.
Wasn't he suppose to retire?
Well worth seeing. I hope it increases the dialogue not only among students, but faculty and staff.
It was good. Thanks for organizing it.
It seemed like a great event for undergrads looking for internships or intro jobs to get their foot in the door somewhere, but not very useful for graduate students looking for careers.
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