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KQED East Bay Community Conversation II: Higher Education and Attainability


Wednesday, March 20, 2019 from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM (PDT)

KQED East Bay Community Conversation II: Higher...

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Will first-generation students be able to enter and achieve a college diploma?

These and many other issues facing students desiring a higher education degree in California are critical topics for a two-part series hosted by the KQED Community Action Panel.

Please join us for East Bay Community Conversations
Higher Education and the California Dream: Myth or Reality

Hear from and share your thoughts with higher education administrators, faculty, Students, and elected officials.



Dr. Kate Karniouchina, Dean, Lokey School of Business and Public Policy, Mills College


Dr. Elizabeth L. Hillman, President, Mills College

Dr. Kimberly Mayfield. Dean of Education, Holy Names University

Dr. Marie Elaine Burns,  President of Meritt College 

Anjele Underwood, First Generation College Student, Mills College

Closing Remarks:

The Honorable Loren Taylor, District 6, Oakland City Council

Janet Miller Evans, Moderator and Co-Host, Adjunct Professor, National University, KQED Community Advisory Panel
LaNiece Jones, Co-Host,
Executive Director, Peralta Colleges Foundation,  KQED Community Advisory Panel

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Doors open at 1:00 PM 

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When & Where

Mills College
Lorry I. Lokey School of Business and Public Policy
GSB 101 - Gathering Hall
Oakland, CA 94613

Wednesday, March 20, 2019 from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM (PDT)

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