“I’m sure everything will be back to normal by June.” When the pandemic hit in March, Eduventures Summit 2020, originally scheduled for June, seemed a long way off. As the situation worsened, we moved the date to November. Now, in lieu of an in-person event, we are...
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Eduventures Summit 2020: The Unfinished Business of Universal Higher Ed
On the threshold of a new decade, and in this election year, we are proud to unveil another timely and thought-provoking lineup of topics and speakers this June at Eduventures Summit 2020. From outside of higher education, our keynote speakers include Bryan Stevenson, feted civil rights lawyer, José Andrés, top chef and humanitarian, and two of America’s greatest living historians: Doris Kearns Goodwin and Jon Meacham.
Four Ways to Impact Student Success
Each year at Eduventures Summit, we recognize the accomplishments of a handful of schools across the country with an Eduventures Innovation Award. This year, we honored four.Among them: online giants, a small private university, and a school at one of the oldest...
Five New Insights Featured at Eduventures Summit 2019
What do out-of-state online enrollment, undergraduate brand distinctiveness, and the use of YouTube among high school students have in common? They are all burning issues that will be addressed at Eduventures Summit 2019, of course!
Higher Ed 901: Previewing Eduventures Summit 2019
Anyone wanting to be immersed in the latest and greatest thinking about higher education would be hard pressed to beat Eduventures Summit 2019. With the generous support our partner, Strada Education, we have assembled a line-up of veteran leaders, researchers, and change-makers—nothing wrong with another start-up swaggering to “fix” higher ed, but true insight is more likely to come from elsewhere.
Artificial Intelligence, Avatars, and Pathways: Eduventures 2018 Innovation Award Winners
A rare thing happened when the award committee met this year to decide the winners of the 2018 Eduventures Innovation Awards. A normally quite opinionated group of analysts and higher education experts found themselves feeling indecisive.