On January 29, 2016 Charlie Gibson, veteran television journalist and news anchor, moderated the Summit’s first day program of speakers and panelists— nationally respected medical and healthcare experts—who addressed a broad spectrum of healthcare issues: cost; access; value; technological advances; medical and non-medical determinants of health; politics; and “patient first” innovations in care.
On November 20, 2015 national experts on education engaged with local educators, administrators and Hilton Head Institute members to discuss American education. Keynote speaker, Dr. Jim Wagner, President, Emory University, Atlanta, framed the overarching question: “Why do we educate our children?”
The Hilton Head Institute is focusing on ways to communicate that identify the core underlying problems, explore and understand the full set of issues associated with those problems, and only then focus on solutions.
Tony Wagner and Ted Dintersmith, Authors of Most Likely to Succeed, to Lead Dialogue on Critical Issues in Education and How to Equip Students Better for Today’s Realities
We recently held our first “salon”, a small group discussion amongst Hilton Head Institute members. The discussion was about identifying root causes for the challenges faced by America’s education system.
Since Most Likely to Succeed premiered at Sundance in January, it has been featured at top film festivals and conferences around the United States.
The Hilton Head Institute has announced that Alan McCollough, Coleman Peterson and Eric Wojcikiewicz have been appointed to the Institute’s Board of Directors.
What happens if you fill a room with highly educated and intellectually curious people? Does the combined IQ coefficient cancel itself out or does it elevate the discussions to a higher level?
Nearly 200 people from throughout the region, and across the country, gathered on Hilton Head Island last week for an opportunity to participate in The Forum: Courageous Conversations on America’s Future.
On May 14th, hundreds of thought leaders, chief executives, and philanthropists gathered at the Hilton Head Institute for its annual forum. The Doe Fund’s founder and president, George McDonald, delivered the evening’s keynote address.