Dr. Arthur Levine, the sixth president of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, was a keynote speaker at the inaugural Parchment Summit on Innovating Academic Credentials in February and provided a rousing commentary on the history of academe. His inspiring keynote, anchored by his marked success in higher education, highlighted the evolution of education since 1636.

Earlier this month, ParchmentSummit.com published an issue brief written by Dr. Levine, “The Coming Transformation of the Credit and Degree System in American Higher Education: An Historical Perspective”, the next level discussion on the history of academe, following the inaugural Parchment Summit.

Register today to join Dr. Levine on Tuesday, May 24 at 1 p.m. EST for a live webinar to discuss his keynote and issue brief in greater detail.