Future U-logo

Future U

Education Podcasts >

More Information

Location:

United States

Language:

English

Contact:

2022778381


Episodes

Episode 22: What Student Loan Default Rates Really Mean

11/6/2018
More
Jason Delisle, a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talks to Michael about the student loan default process, how high default rates are affecting colleges and universities, and how the federal government may deal with the issue in the future. Advertisements

Duration:00:27:09

Episode 21: The Future of Work and What It Means for Higher Ed

10/23/2018
More
McKinsey Global Institute partner Susan Lund talks with Michael about what’s on the horizon for the workforce and the economy and how it will affect the future of higher education.

Duration:00:25:53

Episode 20: Online Education and the University

10/9/2018
More
Michael and Jeff talk to 2U CEO and Co-Founder Chip Paucek about his company’s efforts to deliver digital higher education at scale as well as the overall future of online higher ed.

Duration:00:31:14

Episode 19: Welcome Back!

9/25/2018
More
After a summer hiatus, Michael and Jeff preview Season 2 of Future U and give an update on what they’ve been up to during their break, including a sneak preview of their upcoming books.

Duration:00:30:27

Episode 18: What Do People Think About Their College Experiences?

6/19/2018
More
Gallup’s Brandon Busteed chats with Jeff and Michael about what Americans think about their colleges and about how relevant their higher ed experiences are to them now.

Duration:00:29:06

Episode 17: The Future of Small Colleges

6/12/2018
More
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.

Duration:00:28:27

Episode 16: Shifting Universities’ Mindsets Toward Innovation

6/5/2018
More
Randy Bass, the Vice Provost for Education at Georgetown University, tells Jeff and Michael how his school has introduced structural changes to introduce innovation at an elite institution and offer its students more flexibility.

Duration:00:32:05

Episode 15: Higher Ed’s Role in Shaping the U.S. Workforce

5/29/2018
More
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.

Duration:00:29:21

Episode 14: Tales from a Higher Ed Disruptor

5/22/2018
More
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.

Duration:00:27:30

Episode 13: Innovation in Continuing Education: The 60-Year Curriculum

5/15/2018
More
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.

Duration:00:25:57

Episode 12: A New Era of Collaboration in Higher Education

5/8/2018
More
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.

Duration:00:24:18

Episode 11: What is the “New Urban College” Model?

5/1/2018
More
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.”

Duration:00:28:46

Episode 10: Is Innovation Cultural or Strategic?

4/24/2018
More
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.

Duration:00:31:56

Episode 9: Are There Unicorns in EdTech?

4/17/2018
More
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.

Duration:00:26:28

Episode 8: What Impact Does Helicopter Parenting Have on Student Success?

4/10/2018
More
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.

Duration:00:27:02

Episode 7: Higher Ed Innovation

4/3/2018
More
CUNY Professor Cathy Davidson chats with Jeff and Michael about her new book, “The New Education,” and discusses why she thinks innovation in higher education isn’t happening fast enough.

Duration:00:29:03

Episode 6: Gordon Gee

3/27/2018
More
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.

Duration:00:29:27

Episode 5: Big Changes for For-Profits

3/20/2018
More
Doug Lederman, Editor of Inside Higher Ed, sat down with Jeff and Michael to discuss big changes in the for-profit college industry as well as turmoil in the non-profit college arena.

Duration:00:25:33

Episode 4: Hot Topics, Joseph Aoun

3/13/2018
More
This week, Jeff and Michael chat about some of the hot topics in higher education. Also, Northeastern University President Joseph Aoun sits down with Jeff to discuss how colleges and universities need to respond to better prepare students for the future of work.

Duration:00:30:44

Episode 3: Higher Ed Trends

3/8/2018
More
Goldie Blumenstyk, senior writer at The Chronicle of Higher Education, chats with Jeff and Michael about the market for adult students and why they are so poorly served.

Duration:00:30:25