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October 2006 Press Release

 

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 


MARYLAND HIGHER EDUCATION CONDUCTS LISTENING TOUR
FOR BALTIMORE CITY & BALTIMORE COUNTY BUSINESS LEADERS

 


WHAT:                               Solutions for Maryland’s Future:
                                           A Partnership for Workforce Development and

                                           Maryland Higher Education -- A Listening Tour

This is a groundbreaking series of events. A coalition including all segments of the Higher Education community in Maryland and the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation have invited business leaders throughout the State to talk candidly about what Maryland higher education is and should be doing to help meet the state’s workforce and economic development needs. This is the sixth in the series.

WHO:                Mary Pat Seurkamp, President, College of Notre Dame of Maryland; Earl S.

                           Richardson, President, Morgan State University; Calvin W. Burnett, Secretary,

                           Maryland Higher Education Commission; William E. Kirwan, Chancellor,

                           University System of Maryland; and James D. Fielder, Jr., Secretary, Department

                           of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.

 
WHEN:             October 31, 2006 – Program: 9:00 to 11:00 am

                          (Networking begins at 8:30 am)

 

                          (If you would like to attend, please email:  dyuhas@mhec.state.md.us)


WHERE:           College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Doyle Formal Lounge, Doyle Hall
                          4701 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland

 

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