Pat McGuire, president of Trinity Washington University, talks to Jeff and Michael about what changes and innovations she’s implemented during her three decades in charge to keep Trinity competitive. Advertisements
Lumina Foundation President and CEO Jamie Merisotis talks with Jeff and Michael about his organization’s goal to help higher ed institutions develop students to be better prepared to contribute to the future workforce. Advertisements
Long-time higher ed entrepreneur Paul Freedman talks to Jeff and Michael about his newest venture, Entangled, and how he hopes to help solve the challenges facing colleges and universities. Advertisements
Jeff and Michael talk to Hunt Lambert, dean of Harvard’s Division of Continuing Education and University Extension, about the imperative for lifelong learning and how Harvard maintains rigorous education quality while offering open enrollment. Advertisements
Jeff and Michael sat down with Bridget Burns, the executive director of the University Innovation Alliance, who discussed how collaboration between higher ed institutions has helped solve some problems facing colleges and universities. Advertisements
Paul Quinn College President Michael Sorrell talks to Jeff and Michael about how he turned around the school, which was in a financial crisis and facing a potential loss of accreditation, and transformed it into a “new urban college.” Advertisements
Arizona State University President Michael Crow discusses the waves of innovation throughout the history of higher ed and how it impacts what’s next on campuses. Plus, he talks about what he’s reading right now. Advertisements
Deborah Quazzo, the Founder and Managing Partner, GSV Acceleration Fund and the Co-Founder of the annual ASU+GSV Summit joined Jeff and Michael at this week’s summit in San Diego to talk about the evolution of private capital in higher ed and how the future of education blends work and learning. Advertisements
University of California at Merced sociology professor Laura Hamilton, author of “Parenting to a Degree,” joins Michael and Jeff to discuss student success and the role of parents on campus. Advertisements
West Virginia University President Gordon Gee joins Jeff and Michael. He reveals what he thinks is the number one issue facing colleges and universities and also previews his upcoming book on land-grant universities.
Carleton College economics professor Nathan Grawe, author of “Demographics and the Demand for Higher Education,” talks to Jeff and Michael about how higher ed leaders are dealing with the constantly changing demographics of college applicants.