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Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who made the inaugural Wharton Evolution of Learning Symposium a tremendous success. We're exploring the best way to keep in touch with everyone to ensure that the conversation continues. In the meantime, please check our symposium recap page for updates and links to videos from the event.

The world is increasingly interconnected, the face of employment is rapidly changing, and the economic upheavals roll on. Education is at a crossroads:

The Wharton School's Alfred West Jr Learning Lab is proud to sponsor the 2009 Evolution of Learning symposium to discuss these issues with our Higher Education colleagues. The keynote speaker will be Daniel Pink, best-selling author of A Whole New Mind and The Adventures of Johnny Bunko, who is renowned for addressing the changing model of work and our shift from the information age to the conceptual age.

After his address, Mr. Pink will lead the following panel of educators and administrators in a discussion of how to respond (or not) to this unique moment in the history of higher education:

By participating in this re-imagining, attendees will get practical advice for transforming the impending educational upheaval into new opportunities for their own institutions.