‘Millennials in the Workplace and on Campus’ is lecture topic March 4

by Kathleen McCoy  |   

Friday, March 4, 1:30-3 p.m.

Rasmuson Hall, Room 101

Neil Howe draws the big picture by locating Millennials in the context of other youth generations (G.I.s, Silent, Boomers, Xers) over the last century. He describes what has happened in families, schools and politics to shape this generation so differently from Xers or Boomers.  And he focuses on the concrete steps schools can take to best leverage their distinct collective personality.

Find out who the Millennials are, what they're looking for in their careers, and how employers, educators and policy makers can maximize their workforce potential. Get ready for a fascinating journey through the life stories of older generations and for an inspiring message about today's rising generations and the implications for teaching and learning in higher education.

Neil Howe, best-selling author and national speaker, is a renowned authority on generations in America. He gives readers and audiences powerful insights into who today's generation are, what motivates them as consumers and workers, and how they will shape our national future.

Book-signing following presentation.

For more information, contact Anne Sakumoto at (907) 786-1432 or anne.sakumoto@alaska.edu.

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