How can we reimagine the traditional campus-based learning model to make higher education more affordable, flexible, and accessible?
For many higher education institutions, the pandemic has exacerbated the challenges they were already facing: the competition for students in a landscape of changing demographics, a drastically altered world of work, and the seemingly uncontrollable escalation of costs. Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is redefining the future of higher education by developing new programs and degree pathways, scaling online and virtual learning platforms, reducing tuition to increase accessibility, and investing in their physical campus.
We are thrilled to have you join us for an extraordinary afternoon headlined by the visionary leader of the university, Dr. Paul LeBlanc and key leaders from the SNHU community who are tackling these challenges by radically reinventing places, platforms, and products for teaching and learning.
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Heather Taylor, SCUP’s North Atlantic Regional Chair, will start the program will a warm welcome.
Dr. Paul J. Leblanc
President, Southern New Hampshire University
The SNHU Campus: An Overview
Presented by: Mary Dukakis, Vice President, Facilities and Operational Services
Product Design: Designing Digital Spaces for Learning
Presented by: Emily Masterson, AVP Product Design, SNHU | Rebecca Baker, VP Product Design & Research, SNHU | Eric Regnell, Director Learning Experience Engineering, SNHU
SNHU Labs: Learning Through VR/AR
Presented by: Cat Flynn, Director Learning Science, SNHU Labs | Alan Mendonca, Innovation Analyst, SNHU Labs
Campus Transformation: Innovation Scholars & Project Atlas
Presented by: Jen Share, Executive Director, Project Atlas, SNHU | Jen Varney, Senior Associate Dean, SNHU
Presented by: SNHU
Moderated by: Mara Hermano, Vice President, Institutional Research & Planning, Boston College
Special SCUP Group Membership Discount: If you work at a college or university that holds a SCUP group membership anyone from your institution can attend this event and any SCUP event at the member rate.
|Registration Closes||11/5/2021 at 11:00 AM Eastern|
|Cancellation||10/29/2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern|
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