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UA 011.006 Preliminary Inventory of the North Carolina State University, Institute for Emerging Issues Records, 1985-2007
Collection is unprocessed. Materials remain in the order in which they were received from the Institute for Emerging Issues. The audiovisual materials have been transferred to UA 24, the University Archives Audiovisual Collection, though these may ultimately be returned to this collection when UA 24 is fully processed.
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North Carolina State University. Institute for Emerging Issues.
19.75 Linear feet
General Physical Description note
13 cartons, 1 archival half box
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff .
Transferred from Institute for Emerging Issues.
Processed by: Unprocessed;machine-readable finding aid created by: Steven Mandeville-Gamble
News clippings, conference files, cue books, correspondence, handouts, videotapes, audiotapes relating to Forum speakers, meeting programs, and planning; includes material on Southeast United States/Japan and Southeast United States/Korea annual meetings.
The Institute for Emerging Issues is a "think and do" tank affiliated with North Carolina State University. The Institute is a catalyst for innovative public policy through its research, ideas, debate and action that encourages civic leadership in business, government and higher education.
What We Do
Identify Emerging Trends
To position North Carolina for success in today’s competitive markets, the Institute convenes the best minds in business, government, academia, and non-profits. These working groups forecast which trends will have the greatest impact on our region and anticipate how those trends will shape public and private sector policy.
Sharpen Public Debate
To deepen public understanding of emerging trends and their impact on North Carolina, the Institute organizes public forums, conferences, and roundtables. Over the past eighteen years the annual Emerging Issues Forum has developed into North Carolina's leading public policy event. Distinguished national and international speakers provide a global perspective that challenges North Carolinians to shape their common future.
Propose Strategic Responses
To transform debate into strategies, the Institute synthesizes the best ideas generated by its working groups and public forums. We publish reports, policy briefs, and trends analyses that highlight guiding principles and propose innovative approaches to economic and social issues.
Engage the Public and Private Sector
To move ideas into action, the Institute creates ad hoc independent advisory groups of public and private leaders who candidly explore competing strategies. In addition, we organize informal events that provide access and build trust among stakeholders, while regularly communicating with opinion leaders to draw out their ideas and to share and test ours.
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For more information contact us via mail, phone, fax, or our web form.
Special Collections Research Center
[Identification of item], North Carolina State University, Institute for Emerging Issues Records, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC
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