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    Issues Prize for Innovation Resources 2015 NC Civic Health Index Civic Engagement Blog Newsletters Director Newsletter Health Newsletter Education Newsletter Economy Newsletter Environments Newsletter Sign Up IEI Publications PDF Downloads Media Center Press Releases News Coverage Related News County Growth Chart Tax Calculator NC County Health Tool Support IEI IEI Success Stories IEI Environments Smart Grid IEI Health Allied Health Pipeline IEI Economy Coworking IEI Education High School Graduation Rates Emerging Issues Commons Commons Ambassadors Click here to Register Now Recap highlights We ve Launched Shifting NC communities into innovation s fast lane Click for full details 2015 Forum Next Steps CLICK FOR OUR IMPLEMENTATION WORK NC Civic Health Index 5 000 GRAND PRIZE CLICK FOR FULL DETAILS Previous Next pulse Join The Conversation Today s complex challenges call for citizens who can identify shared interests and work together to achieve common goals Join us to find others shaping the future of our state The Emerging Issues Commons is North Carolina s space to Think and Do People come together in the Commons to solve pressing challenges by inspiring and engaging others through ideas data and stories of others successfully grappling with change Join us in this space and turn your ideas into action newsletters subscribe events engage donate Support us visit us James B Hunt Jr Library 1070 Partners Way Raleigh NC 27606 discover emerging issues Emerging Issues Forum Teachers the Great Economic Debate How do we train retain and support world class teachers in every classroom to secure North Carolina s future competitiveness Learn more about our 29th annual Emerging Issues Forum and the outcomes here Manufacturing Works The face of manufacturing is changing and North Carolina is well positioned to take advantage of these opportunities We can bring more wealth and prosperity to our communities with manufacturing but we have to plan for the future and in the right ways Generation Z In 2020 Gen Z will make up the core of our state s workforce Read on to learn how North Carolina is preparing these youth for them Healthcare Innovations Aside from the national debates North Carolina faces its own sets of healthcare challenges See how people across the state are developing innovative ways to tackle NC issues Growth Infrastructure As our state continues to grow we need a plan to adapt our infrastructure systems Learn more about the state s growth challenges Financing the Future As our state s economy and population change our public financing systems must adapt Learn more about what it will take to finance North Carolina s future Creativity iNC Creativity is now the world s most valuable commodity it can t be outsourced or automated and it generates the innovations that lead to new businesses and industries North Carolina needs more of it See how North Carolinians are unleashing their creativity Previous Next Back to top We work for the future of North Carolina Institute for EMERGING ISSUES visit us 1070 Partners Way Raleigh NC 27606 phone 919 515 7741

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  • About Institute for Emerging Issues
    IEI Success Stories IEI Environments Smart Grid IEI Health Allied Health Pipeline IEI Economy Coworking IEI Education High School Graduation Rates Emerging Issues Commons Commons Ambassadors About Us The Institute for Emerging Issues brings people together around complex issues in pursuit of a single goal to ensure North Carolina s future competitiveness IEI is a different kind of public policy organization We believe when people work together with a shared will and common vision progress is smarter more comprehensive and enduring That s why we engage people from all regions all sectors and all points of view pulse About Us Our Mission History National Advisory Board Issue Councils Media Center Staff Contact Us FAQ Home About Us About us Today s complex challenges require citizens who can work together by identifying shared interests and then act collaboratively to achieve common goals It is troubling therefore to note that North Carolina faces a crisis of disengagement According to the 2010 Civic Health Index North Carolina ranks 42nd in the nation for volunteering 44th for participation in non electoral policy activity such as public meetings and 39th for group affiliation membership Too few of our citizens are willing to contribute their civic ideas and those that do worry that their thoughts are not being heard or supported by people with the capacity to implement them Many people who would like a seat at the table often feel as though they are stuck on the outside looking in Our state s Civic Health Index suggests that the people of North Carolina would engage at more substantial levels if they were informed about opportunities and asked to act The need we face then is to identify new ways to educate and engage our citizens and to help them solve problems and recognize the importance and necessity of their participation IEI was founded in 2002 to do just that We work at a statewide level each year but our statewide efforts by their very nature benefit from and inform local work We understand that the best solutions for community problems will come from communities themselves When people are working with people they know and on problems that are real to them they are more invested in the work and better appreciate their own agency in finding opportunities for action That said the will to act collectively is far from enough If people do not have the knowledge and resources needed to improve their local communities North Carolina cannot expect to confront today s challenges and emerge as a strong competitor in the global economy IEI provides important knowledge and resources when it brings individuals and groups of stakeholders together with shared purpose and a common agenda to produce outcomes that none could produce through singular effort The new Emerging Issues Commons uses technology to offer individuals groups and organizations in North Carolina knowledge and resources as well as more opportunities to participate in communities as defined by place or a set of interests Engage 2016

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  • Our Mission | iei.ncsu.edu
    Greenville Boone Wilmington Raleigh 2015 Emerging Issues Forum List of Speakers 2015 Emerging Issues Forum Agenda 2015 Emerging Issues Forum Sponsors 2015 Forum Resources Emerging Issues Forum FAQ Prior Events North Carolina Spaces for Innovation Challenge North Carolina Spaces for Innovation Challenge Finalists 2015 SECU Emerging Issues Prize for Innovation Resources 2015 NC Civic Health Index Civic Engagement Blog Newsletters Director Newsletter Health Newsletter Education Newsletter Economy Newsletter Environments Newsletter Sign Up IEI Publications PDF Downloads Media Center Press Releases News Coverage Related News County Growth Chart Tax Calculator NC County Health Tool Support IEI IEI Success Stories IEI Environments Smart Grid IEI Health Allied Health Pipeline IEI Economy Coworking IEI Education High School Graduation Rates Emerging Issues Commons Commons Ambassadors Our Mission pulse Our Mission Home About Us Our Mission Our Mission The Institute for Emerging Issues a non partisan public policy organization exists to enhance North Carolina s long term prosperity IEI connects North Carolinians across sectors regions and perspectives for collaborative work on key emerging issues affecting our state s future economic competitiveness As a unit of North Carolina State University IEI advances the University s research service and outreach contributions statewide The Institute for Emerging Issues helps North Carolinians build consensus then move to action Every February IEI s signature Emerging Issues Forum attracts leaders in business education and public policy to discuss an issue with profound implications for North Carolina s future prosperity For three decades the Forum and IEI s related programmatic work have helped catalyze the policy reforms public investments and other proactive responses required to build an enduring capacity for progress in North Carolina In 2013 IEI launched the Emerging Issues Commons an innovative award winning civic engagement gallery located in the new James B Hunt Jr Library on NCSU s Centennial Campus IEI is expanding its connection to citizens and their concerns through the Commons which includes a digital platform For more information please visit emergingissues org Vision Mission Values VISION IEI seeks a vibrant and economically competitive North Carolina led by people from various walks of life who connect to implement a common vision for bettering our state s future MISSION IEI connects North Carolinians across sectors regions and perspectives for collaborative work on key emerging issues affecting North Carolina s future economic competitiveness VALUES IEI s work reflects the following values Nonpartisanship Engagement Collaboration Diversity Stakeholder Issue Ownership Intellectual Integrity Transparency Objectivity Stewardship Engage 2016 Emerging Issues Forum FutureWork Be inspired Move to Action in our Emerging Issues Commons Stay Connected Check out our Events Calendar Back to top We work for the future of North Carolina Institute for EMERGING ISSUES visit us 1070 Partners Way Raleigh NC 27606 phone 919 515 7741 fax 919 513 7535 Mailing Address Institute for Emerging Issues NC State University Centennial Campus Box 7406 Raleigh NC 27695 About Us IEI Issue Areas Emerging Issues Events Resources Support IEI Commons Newsletters Contact Us Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Menu About Us Our Mission History National

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  • History | iei.ncsu.edu
    Exchange for Healthcare Clayton Christensen Professor Harvard Business School Indra Nooyi Chairman and CEO PepsiCo Sanjay Gupta M D Chief Medical Correspondent and Neurosurgeon CNN 2010 Creativity iNC Tim Pawlenty Governor Minnesota Arne Duncan U S Secretary of Education Bill Strickland Manchester Craftsman Guild 2009 Changing Landscapes Building the Good Growth State Chris Dodd United States Senator David Brooks The New York Times Bruce Katz The Brookings Institution Wayne Klotz The American Society for Civil Engineers 2008 North Carolina s Energy Futures Realizing a State of Opportunity Thomas Friedman The New York Times Jeffrey Immelt Chair and CEO General Electric Kenneth Lewis Chairman CEO and President Bank of America Rajendra Pachauri Chairman Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 2007 Transforming Higher Education A Competitive Advantage for North Carolina Margaret Spellings U S Secretary of Education Ja Song Former Minister of Education South Korea Lawrence Summers Charles W Eliot University Professor Harvard University 2006 Financing the Future Paul O Neill former Secretary of the U S Treasury Paul Krugman The New York Times Steve Forbes Forbes Inc 2005 My Health Is Your Business Making Healthcare Work in North Carolina Bill Clinton 42nd President of the U S Newt Gingrich Former Speaker U S House of Representatives Steven Reinemund Chairman and CEO PepsiCo Phil Bredesen Governor State of Tennessee 2004 Creative Responses for Global Economic Change Richard Wagoner Chairman and CEO General Motors Edward Rendell Governor State of Pennsylvania Mario Rubert City of Barcelona 2003 Jump Starting Innovation Government Universities Entrepreneurs Louis Gerstner Jr Former Chairman IBM Corporation Mary Harney Deputy Prime Minister Ireland 2002 Biotechnology and Humanity at the Crossroads of a New Era Tommy Thompson Former Secretary U S Department of Health and Human Services John Edwards Former U S Senator State of North Carolina Kathleen Kennedy Townsend Former Lt Governor State of Maryland 2001 First in America Charting the Course for Excellent Schools William Raspberry The Washington Post Tom Vander Ark Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation 2000 Shaping our Common Future Roy Barnes Former Governor State of Georgia Dan Glickman Former Secretary U S Department of Agriculture Hugh McColl Former Chairman and CEO Bank of America 1999 Global Economic Storms Robert Rubin Former Secretary U S Department of Treasury John Rockefeller IV U S Senator State of West Virginia 1998 People and Planet A Fragile Partnership Sylvia Earle National Geographic Society Daniel Goldin NASA Michael Robinson Director National Zoological Park 1997 Economic Forces Shaping the Next Half Century Erskine Bowles Former White House Chief of Staff William Weld Former Governor State of Massachusetts Alice Rivlin Vice Chair Federal Reserve Board Richard A Gephardt Former U S House Minority Leader 1996 The Knowledge Explosion What is the Payoff for Americans Al Gore Former Vice President of the U S Bill Bradley Former U S Senator State of New Jersey Richard Riley Former Secretary U S Department of Education Marian Wright Edelman Founder and President Children s Defense Fund 1995 Conflict Competition and Cooperation Power Politics in a Changing World Sam Nunn

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  • National Advisory Board | iei.ncsu.edu
    Press Releases News Coverage Related News County Growth Chart Tax Calculator NC County Health Tool Support IEI IEI Success Stories IEI Environments Smart Grid IEI Health Allied Health Pipeline IEI Economy Coworking IEI Education High School Graduation Rates Emerging Issues Commons Commons Ambassadors National Advisory Board pulse National Advisory Board Home About Us National Advisory Board National Advisory Board MR JACK CECIL Chair IEI President Biltmore Farms LLC GOVERNOR JAMES B HUNT JR Chair Emeritus IEI Dr Warwick Arden Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor NC State University ms Leah Brown President and CEO A10 Clinical Solutions Inc Mr Tony Caravano Principal Business Development University Relations Amazon Dr Ruben Carbonell Director Kenan Institute for Engineering Technology Science Ms Eva Clayton Eva Clayton Associates International Inc Dr Sandra Merkel DeJames Head Business Relations Development Novozymes Dr George Fouts Interim President North Carolina Community College System dr Blanton Godfrey Emeritus Former Dean NC State University College of Textiles ms Andrea Harris Senior Fellow NC Institute of Minority Economic Development Inc mr Robert Ingram emeritus Managing Partner Hatteras Venture Partners Dr Louis Martin Vega Dean NC State University College of Engineering mr Joe Peel Mayor Elizabeth City Dr Scott Ralls President Northern Virginia Community College mr Abdul Rasheed Founder and Senior Fellow NC Community Development Initiative mr Tom Ross emeritus President The University of North Carolina ms Sepi Saidi President SEPI Engineering mr Carlos Sanchez State Director External Affairs AT T North Carolina Mr Richard Y Stevens Of Counsel Smith Anderson Blount Dorsett Mitchell Jernigan L L P Ms Jennifer Weber Executive Vice President External Affairs Strategic Policy Duke Energy dr Hope Williams President NC Independent Colleges Universities Dr Randy Woodson Chancellor NC State University Engage 2016 Emerging Issues Forum FutureWork Be inspired Move to Action in our Emerging Issues Commons Stay Connected Check

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  • Issue Councils | iei.ncsu.edu
    Smart Grid IEI Health Allied Health Pipeline IEI Economy Coworking IEI Education High School Graduation Rates Emerging Issues Commons Commons Ambassadors Issue Councils IEI sees four areas as key to realizing North Carolina s enormous potential education health the natural and built environments and the economy To better inform our work IEI established an Issue Council for each of these areas The Issue Councils provide IEI with important guidance on its activities including topics for future programs of work pulse Issue Councils Home About Us Issue Councils Education Issue Council KEVIKA AMAR School Leader KIPP Gaston College Preparatory Public Schools BRENDA BERG Executive Director BEST NC ERIC EVANS Assistant County Manager Edgecombe County MAURICE GREEN Superintendent Guilford County Schools Larry Little CSO and Partner Engaging Solutions Dr Dionna Manning Director Teaching Fellows and Maynard Scholars Program ECU ALFRED MAYS Program Officer Burroughs Wellcome Fund KEITH POSTON Executive Director Public School Forum of NC Hiller Spires Professor and Friday Institute Sr Research Fellow NC State University Tracy Weeks Chief Academic and Digital Learning Officer NC Dept of Public Instruction Health Issue Council Sherry Bradsher Deputy Secretary of Human Services NC Department of Health and Human Services Dave Gardner Executive Director NC Center for Health and Wellness UNC Asheville Matthew Gymer Director of Innovation Novant Health Jean Holliday Regulatory Project Manager Healthcare Reform Supervisor NC Department of Insurance John McCreery Associate Professor Operations and Innovation Management Graduate Faculty NC State University Poole College of Management Benjamin Money President and CEO NC Community Health Center Association Meka Sales Health Care Program Officer The Duke Endowment Alice Schenall Assistant Director Human and Public Relations and Director Public Health Dental Medical Education Area L AHEC Gabriela Zabala Program Manager Cultural Diversity and Interpreter Initiatives Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities Division of Public Health NC Department of Health and Human Services Economy Issue Council ASA Fleming President Triangle Association of Realtors Adam Hartzell Executive Director Center for International Understanding Tony Hayes Chief Executive Officer NC Indian Economic Development Initiative Inc Terri Helmlinger Ratcliff Executive Director NC Industrial Extension Service NC State University Don Hobart Associate Vice Chancellor for Research The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Leslie Hossfeld Professor University of North Carolina Wilmington Jim Johnson Partner Blount Street Advisors Doris Paez Executive Director Forsyth Futures Bonnie Renfro Randolph County Economic Development Corporation Roby Sawyer Professor NC State University Poole College of Management Natural and Built Environments Issue Council Robert George President George Institute for Biodiversity Sustainability Hunter goosman Executive Director ERC Broadband Randall johnson Executive Director Southeastern Office N C Biotechnology Center Bill Klein Project Executive BE K Building Group margaret newbold Associate Director Conservation Trust for North Carolina margery overton Professor Department of Civil Construction Environmental Engineering NC State University Jane preyer Director of the Southeast Office North Carolina Environmental Defense Fund paul sherman Director Air Energy Programs North Carolina Farm Bureau Nick Tennyson Chief Deputy Secretary of Support North Carolina Department of Transportation DO NOT REMOVE THIS LINE PLACE NEW

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  • Media Center | iei.ncsu.edu
    Speakers 2015 Emerging Issues Forum Agenda 2015 Emerging Issues Forum Sponsors 2015 Forum Resources Emerging Issues Forum FAQ Prior Events North Carolina Spaces for Innovation Challenge North Carolina Spaces for Innovation Challenge Finalists 2015 SECU Emerging Issues Prize for Innovation Resources 2015 NC Civic Health Index Civic Engagement Blog Newsletters Director Newsletter Health Newsletter Education Newsletter Economy Newsletter Environments Newsletter Sign Up IEI Publications PDF Downloads Media Center Press Releases News Coverage Related News County Growth Chart Tax Calculator NC County Health Tool Support IEI IEI Success Stories IEI Environments Smart Grid IEI Health Allied Health Pipeline IEI Economy Coworking IEI Education High School Graduation Rates Emerging Issues Commons Commons Ambassadors Media Center The Institute for Emerging Issues strives to reach all corners of North Carolina from mountains to coast in rural and urban areas and with public and private organizations pulse Media Center Press Releases News Coverage Press Releases News Coverage Related News Home Resources Media Center Media Center The media plays an integral role in helping us spread the word about the programs and projects that IEI and our partners Visit our News Center to view our most recent press releases and media coverage More resources are located on the left sidebar DO NOT REMOVE THIS LINE PLACE NEW CONTENT BELOW LINE Engage 2016 Emerging Issues Forum FutureWork Be inspired Move to Action in our Emerging Issues Commons Stay Connected Check out our Events Calendar Back to top We work for the future of North Carolina Institute for EMERGING ISSUES visit us 1070 Partners Way Raleigh NC 27606 phone 919 515 7741 fax 919 513 7535 Mailing Address Institute for Emerging Issues NC State University Centennial Campus Box 7406 Raleigh NC 27695 About Us IEI Issue Areas Emerging Issues Events Resources Support IEI Commons Newsletters Contact Us Facebook

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  • Press Releases | iei.ncsu.edu
    NC Board of Science Technology Innovation The project launch is supported by a generous Kenan Funds grant Submissions will be evaluated on strength of current efforts organizational capacity partners and ability to financially invest in these efforts Applications are available here Deadline for submission is August 17 2015 Participating communities will be announced on September 4 2015 ABOUT IEI Institute for Emerging Issues IEI connects people and resources from all sectors and areas of North Carolina in an effort to ensure our state s future economic competitiveness For more information on IEI s work visit www emergingissues org Download a hard copy of this press release here Additional Press Releases Content table UNC CH Team wins 50 000 SECU prize for innovation Download a hard copy of this press release here EAST CARTERET HIGH SCHOOL TEAM WINS 5 000 PRIZE FOR INNOVATION Download a hard copy of this press release here NC SCHOOL OF SCIENCE MATHEMATICS WINS NC SPACES FOR INNOVATION CHALLENGE Download a hard copy of this press release here NSA Director to Join Panel on Cyber Challenges Download a hard copy of this press release here REGISTRATION OPENS FOR 30 TH ANNUAL EMERGING ISSUES FORUM Download a hard copy of this press release here CATAWBA LEADERS LEARN IN GERMANY Download a hard copy of this press release here CHATHAM LEADERS LEARN IN GERMANY Download a hard copy of this press release here SECU PRIZE ANNOUNCEMENT Download a hard copy of this press release here High school prize announcement Download a hard copy of this press release here Grants awarded to three local school systems 17 500 to Fund Local Programs Designed to Enhance Teacher Effectiveness Download a hard copy of this press release here Jack Cecil named Board Chair of the Institute for Emerging Issues Download a hard copy of this press release here INSTITUTE FOR EMERGING ISSUES TO RELEASE MANUFACTURING REPORT Report to Highlight Education Alignment Rebranding and Community Networks Download a hard copy of this press release here NATIONAL EXPERTS TO PARTICIPATE IN IEI ONLINE COURSE 29 th annual Emerging Issues Forum speakers will engage with course participants Download a hard copy of this press release here IEI SPONSORS TWO COMMUNITIES PARTICIPATION IN GLOBAL LEADERS TO GERMANY PROGRAM Catawba and Chatham County to send representatives to learn about manufacturing in Germany Download a hard copy of this press release here PARTICIPANT IDENTIFIED PRIORITIES OF EMERGING ISSUES FORUM RELEASED Attendees identify action items to recruit retain and support world class teachers Download a hard copy of this press release here Havelock High School team wins 5 000 Prize for Innovation Download a hard copy of this press release here NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY LEADERS TO SPEAK AT EMERGING ISSUES FORUM Diane Ravitch Dan Pink Ron Clark Raj Chetty Rick Hess Bryan Hassel featured Download a hard copy of this press release here NCSU s Institute for Emerging Issues to host 29 th Annual Emerging Issues Forum Teachers and the Great Economic Debate Download a hard copy of this

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