The Collective Good | Place Makers

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Summary

This week The MSCU Place Makers discuss student housing and what might happen post-Covid 19. For example, Will the traditional college campus even be relevant?

Things have changed. Big time. We’ve brought together the top minds in Higher Education, Branding and Marketing, Technology, and Entrepreneurship to candidly share insights to our listeners so they can find relevance tomorrow. After all, it’s not the same world it was just a short time ago. But it’s still a good one full of good people wanting to do good.

Here you'll find candid relevant conversations between colleagues, friends and leaders in business will arrive for you to enjoy. What makes it refreshing is even though these are smart people, they don’t have all the answers and they will challenge each other, discover ideas and strategies for continued success.

Show Notes

Joining host Dr. TJ Logan are Jim Curtin, AIA, Principal at SCB, Mary DeNiro, CEO ACUHO-I and Allan Blattner, Executive Director Carolina Housing, UNC Chapel Hill

Things have changed.  Big time.  We’ve brought together the top minds in Higher Education, Branding and Marketing, Technology, and Entrepreneurship to candidly share insights to our listeners so they can find relevance tomorrow. After all, it’s not the same world it was just a short time ago.  But it’s still a good one full of good people wanting to do good.  

Here you'll find candid relevant conversations between colleagues, friends and leaders in business will arrive for you to enjoy.  What makes it refreshing is even though these are smart people, they don’t have all the answers and they will challenge each other, discover ideas and strategies for continued success.

What is The Collective Good | Place Makers?

Will the traditional college campus be relevant in the future?

Today, it seems that everything in higher education is in question. Now more than ever it’s important for us to have those tough conversations about what the future holds.

Join us as we talk to the placemakers…those professionals who are in the business of making college campuses places where people want to be…

Each week we will explore the future of the college campus in a very uncertain world…