Designing the Future's' of the University with Higher Education Innovator Randy Bass
November 23, 2015
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How can we design a university for the future that has liberal arts values at its center but is appropriate for 2025 and beyond? What kind of student-centered university can we create right now that we could only create at this moment? What is the long-term value proposition of residential education? These are just a few of the questions that Randy Bass, Vice Provost for Education at Georgetown University, has been exploring with others through Georgetown's Designing the Future(s) Initiative. This week, we invite you to join Kate Ebner for a deep dive into this groundbreaking work. Learn how technology, globalization, and new business models for delivering education are disrupting the traditional university approach and opening up new possibilities for teaching and learning. The Designing the Future(s) Initiative is a call for purpose, vision and creative design -- and a wake-up call to anyone interested in the future of education.
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