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Great Expectations for Higher Education

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Uploaded on Mar 5, 2008

Dr. Amy Gutmann, the President of the University of Pennsylvania, gives a talk entitled "Great Expectations for Higher Education in the 21st century" as part of the 30th annual Pullias lecture series. The Pullias Lecture is dedicated to the memory of Earl V. Pullias, professor emeritus of higher education at the University of Southern California and is the oldest endowed higher education lecture series in the world.

Dr. Amy Gutmann took the helm as the eighth president of the University of Pennsylvania on July 1, 2004 launching the Penn Compact, her vision for making Penn both a global leader in teaching, research, and professional practice, as well as a dynamic agent of social, economic, and civic progress. An eminent political scientist and philosopher, Gutmann currently is Professor of Political Science in the School of Arts and Sciences at Penn, with secondary faculty appointments in the Philosophy Department in Arts and Sciences, at the Annenberg School for Communication, and at the Graduate School of Education. Gutmann continues to teach, lecture, and write extensively on ethics, justice theory, deliberative democracy, and democratic education.

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