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A Chat with Dr. Sanjeev Arora, Recipient of TU's 2021 Brock Prize

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Aired on Friday, September 3rd.

Today we hear from a medical professional whose work is having a profound impact on the wider realms of continuing and professional education. Our guest is the newest Brock Prize in Education Innovation Laureate, Dr. Sanjeev Arora. He's the founder of Project ECHO, an instructional and tele-mentoring model that provides professional development to under-served and/or remote areas. It's a fast-growing program that's making educational change occur at the local, national, and global levels. Dr. Arora will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming 2021 Brock Prize Symposium, which will happen on the TU campus on Tuesday the 7th, beginning at 3:30pm. More information is posted here.

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