Is higher education due for a makeover? The pandemic has only accelerated the trends disrupting the traditional model of higher ed. So it’s an opportune time to look ahead and discuss what's coming next, from closing the gap that has opened between elite schools and the rest to the waning of standardized admissions tests to the rise of online and hybrid learning from the fringe to the center. Along the way, of course, we'll be answering the ever-acute question of what it is all supposed to be for.
Join us for a conversation on the future of higher ed with Sylvia M. Burwell, president of American University, Michael Crow, president of Arizona State University, and Scott Galloway, the founder of Section4, a content platform for accessible business education. Zachary Karabell, founder of The Progress Network, will moderate.
*Brave New World is co-sponsored by The Progress Network, Arizona State University, and Slate magazine's Future Tense. It will be an hourlong event, and the panelists will take questions in the last 10 minutes. A recording will be made available after the event. When you register to attend, we’ll subscribe you to The Progress Network's weekly newsletter, What Could Go Right?, which covers constructive ideas for creating a better future. You can unsubscribe at any time.