All Presidential Appearances

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Title

Materials or Link

10/23/15 Spellings Elected President File
02/11/16 UNC Board of Governors Board Retreat File
03/01/16 A Conversation with UNC President Margaret Spellings

04/22/16 Wilmington Chamber of Commerce File
06/15/16 System Tour Completed

10/13/16 Inauguration of Margaret Spellings File

11/18/16 The Charlotte Carolina Club File
12/02/16 President's Report - December 2016 File
12/16/16 NC State University Commencement File
03/03/17 President’s Report – March 2017 File
03/31/17 Deil S. Wright Lecture File
04/21/17 NC Central Technology Institute for Educators File
05/05/17 East Carolina University: Spring 2017 Commencement Ceremony Address File
05/19/17 PRESIDENT’S REPORT – May 2017 File
07/13/17 PRESIDENT’S REPORT – July 2017 File
08/10/17 UNC President Margaret Spellings’ North Carolina Chamber of Commerce Speech File
09/08/17 PRESIDENT’S REPORT – September 2017 File
09/26/17 Spellings Commission Keynote, September 26, 2017 File
11/03/17 President's Report – November 2017 File
12/15/17 President's Report – December 2017 File
01/26/18 President's Report – January 2018 File
03/19/18 State of the University Address: Charlotte File

03/22/18 State of the University Address: Wilmington File
03/23/18 President's Report – March 2018 File
03/28/18 President Margaret Spellings’ Remarks to Raleigh Chamber File
04/03/18 Meeting of the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee File
04/05/18 Remarks to the North Carolina State Board of Education File
04/09/18 State of the University Address: Fayetteville File
04/27/18 State of the University Address: Western NC File
05/10/18 Forsyth Tech Commencement Ceremony Remarks File
05/12/18 ECSU Commencement File
05/24/18 President's Report - May 2016 File
05/31/18 New York Times Higher Ed Leaders Forum: How Higher Ed Reclaims the High Road

06/04/18 State of the University: Triangle File
07/27/18 President's Report - July 2018 File

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