Watch our students wow on Jobs and the Economy

Yesterday, I had the privilege of serving on a panel on Jobs and the Economy, which was done by The Atlantic (formerly The Atlantic Monthly). There was a great lineup of speakers and we had our students asking questions by video conference.

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There was another group at Miami University also asking questions.

Carolina’s students did a wonderful job of asking great questions on a wide range of topics with speakers that included Tim Geithner, Orrin Hatch, and FCC Chair Genachowski. Everyone backstage was very impressed with our engaged students.

There was also a video on Joe DeSimone’s new synthetic blood project led by his graduate student Tim Merkel, which also looked great.

You can see all of this at www.jobsandeconomy.com. My panel, which includes questions from UNC and the synthetic blood video starts at 2:30, but the whole thing is worth watching.

Read more at unc.edu.