Leadership & Governance

A President for the Cyborg Generation

Rollins College's Lewis Duncan asks students to consider the ethics of their own immortality

Brian Blanco for The Chronicle

Teaching students to ask tough questions is at the heart of higher education, says Lewis Duncan.
October 29, 2012

It's a muggy afternoon here at Rollins College, where the president feels strangely lucky.

"I have a huge advantage over many of you," Lewis M. Duncan tells a roomful of students in Crummer Hall. "I get to be part of the last generation to die."


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