FEBRUARY 8-9, 2016
Day 2:  IEI Commons, hunt library, centennial campus, ncsu

Thanks to all who attended or watched the 2016 Emerging Issues Forum, FutureWork! We’ll be continuing to update this page as we develop our post-Forum work. First, we’re pleased to present the fruits of our Day Two Leadership Hackathons; the participants of our five sector-focused Hackathons prioritized the strategies they defined as most important in addressing the future of work in North Carolina.

Leadership Hackathon Strategy Outcomes

Read more about the priorities from our five Day Two Leadership Hackathons: Banking and Finance, Education, Energy, Government/Smart Communities and Healthcare.

Interested in staying in the loop on our FutureWork post-Forum initiatives? Sign up for our FutureWork listserv! Continue your dialogues from the Forum on Twitter using #IEIFutureWork. And check back for video from Day One, broadcast live by our exclusive TV sponsor, UNC-TV!

2016 Emerging Issues Forum, FutureWork Recap:

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31st Emerging Issues Forum, FutureWork

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Part One

Part Two

Our 2016 Forum, FutureWork, poses this key question:

As technology and demography shift, how can North Carolina prepare today to create enough good jobs for tomorrow?

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FutureWork Poll:

Rank the five FutureWork Strategic Priority Options developed by the FutureWork Working Group and Forum Ambassadors!

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UNC-TVThis year, for the first time ever, Day 1 of the Forum will be broadcast live on the North Carolina Channel, a new service of UNC-TV focusing on civic affairs and other non-fiction content relevant to the state.

Starting February 1, 2016, the North Carolina Channel can be viewed over-the-air on the following channels:

Asheville 33.4/25.4 Linville 17.4
Triangle 4.4/25.4 Lumberton 31.4
Concord/Charlotte 58.4/44.4 Roanoke Rapids 36.4
Edenton/Columbia 2.4/20.4 Wilmington 39.4/29.4
Greenville 25.4/23.4 Winston-Salem 26.4/32.4
Jacksonville 19.4 Canton/Waynesville 27.4

The North Carolina Channel can also be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 1276 and on other select cable systems throughout the state.

For more on the 2016 Emerging Issues Forum, FutureWork:

For sponsorship information: Please review our 2016 Sponsorship Guide (PDF).  To confirm your sponsorship, please contact Leslie Stewart, IEI Director of Development, at leslie_stewart@ncsu.edu, 919-515-3540.