Season 3 of Future U kicks off with Jeff and Michael catching up on what happened over the summer in higher ed as well as what’s new in their lives, including an update on their books. Questions? Comments? Connect with us on Twitter or Facebook, or email FutureUpodcast at gmail dot com.
MIT professor Anant Agarwal, the founder and CEO of edX, a non-profit online learning destination, talks with Michael and Jeff about the evolution and impact of edX and how it competes with the growing for-profit online education industry.
Katie Lynch-Holmes, Principal Strategic Consultant at Ellucian sat down with Michael and Jeff to unpack the results of a recent study Ellucian conducted that explored how much value college students and hiring managers place on degrees relative to credentials.
In a round of lightning interviews in front of a studio audience at the annual ASU-GSV summit, Michael and guest co-host Goldie Blumenstyk of the Chronicle for Higher Education dig in with two of the hottest young companies in education and training, the president who helped turn a struggling university around, and the longest-tenured member … Continue reading Live from ASU-GSV, Day 2
In a round of lightning interviews in front of a studio audience at the annual ASU-GSV summit, Michael and Jeff talk with the architects of the biggest deal announced at the conference as well as with leading CEOs and entrepreneurs about the future of traditional colleges and workplace learning.
Harvard University associate professor of public policy Joshua Goodman sat down with Michael and Jeff to talk about his research into how taking the SAT more than once factors into college admissions and what inequities exist in standardized testing patterns.
After a college admissions scandal rocked the world of higher education, Michael interviews Jeff to learn how it happened and what it means for the future of athletics, standardized tests, and admissions.
The president of American Council on Education Ted Mitchell joins Michael and Jeff to discuss his organization’s role in a future where colleges and universities may not have a monopoly on producing content but can lead on quality assurance. Mitchell, a former college president and undersecretary of education in the Obama administration, also talked about … Continue reading Can a 100-year-old Organization Shape the Next Generation of Higher Ed?