WHAT: Higher Education Lecture "Debt & Taxes, Two Models for Financing Higher Education" presented by Bob Meister of UC Santa Cruz
WHEN: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: Portland State University Native America Student and Community Center, room 110 (710 SW Jackson Street, Portland, OR 97201)
A lecture and discussion titled " Debt & Taxes, Two Models for Financing Higher Educations,” will be held on in room 110 of the, Portland State University. The lecture is the final of three lectures in a series titled “Outlook Hazy: Does Public Higher Education have a Future in Oregon?” that address the challenges public universities are facing.
Bob Meister, Professor of Social and Political Thought at UC Santa Cruz will speak on the timely topic of rising student debt and the broken social compact of our higher education systems today.
This event is presented by the Portland State Chapter of the American Association of University Professors (PSU-AAUP), and cosponsored by the Oregon Student Association (OSA), and the Portland Coalition to Defend Education ( PCDE)
Admission is free, light refreshments served.
For more information, contact Tita Compere at 503-725-4414.