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Entrepreneurial Education: Part III by John Katzman

By Stefani Relles

Our third installment on entrpreneurial education is by John Katzman. About the author: John Katzman is the Chairman and Founder of The Princeton Review, a company he started shortly after graduating from Princeton University in 1981, and that he has helped to grow into a leading provider of educational services operating in twenty countries. Katzman’s innovative […]

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Entrepreneurial Education: Part II by Michael Sandler

By Stefani Relles

We continue our conversation about entrepreneurial education today with a post by guest scholar, Michael R. Sandler. About the author: Michael R. Sandler, who coined the term “education industry” and is considered an industry founder, established Eduventures in 1993. A lifelong entrepreneur, Mr. Sandler has built a career both in business and education. Mr. Sandler established several successful businesses, including Marsan Industries, which […]

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Entrepreneurial Education: Part I by Kim Smith

By Stefani Relles

Today we kick off a week-long conversation about Entrepreneurial Education with a post by Kim Smith. About the author: Kim Smith is co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Bellwether Education Partners. She is widely recognized as an innovative and entrepreneurial leader in education, and was featured in Newsweek’s report on the “Women of the 21st […]

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TIME magazine millennial cover

Will the Real Millennials Please Stand Up?

By Kathy Hernandez

If our commitment is to understanding complex and diverse millennial identities….We have a lot of work to do.

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Globalization: Part III by Simon Marginson

By Stefani Relles

Next up in our globalization series: Simon Marginson joins the discussion. About the author: Professor Simon Marginson is a Professor of Higher Education in the Centre for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Melbourne. He took up this position in July 2006. His inaugural professorial lecture on ‘The global positioning of Australian higher […]

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Globalization: Part II (Addendum) by Rui Yang

By Stefani Relles

Dr. Rui Yang adds to his discussion of globalization and China with this addendum to this morning’s post. About the author: Dr. Yang is Associate Professor, Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong. Globalization and China: addendum Contemporary comparative and international studies of higher education reforms have overwhelmingly portrayed the powerful influence of economic and political […]

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Globalization: Part II by Rui Yang

By Stefani Relles

We continue our discussion of globalization today with a post by guest scholar, Dr. Rui Yang. About the author: Dr. Yang is Associate Professor, Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong. Globalization and China by Dr. Rui Yang The late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping is often praised as the great chief architect of […]

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Globalization: Part I by Anatoly Oleksiyenko

By Stefani Relles

Another series of themed blogging begins today with guest scholar, Anatoly Oleksiyenko, on the topic of globalization. About the author: Anatoly Oleksiyenko is Assistant Professor at The University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on higher education partnerships, collaborative leadership and strategies, academic organization and organizational change, and internationalization, among other topics. Rank Me Not! […]

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For-Profit Universities: Part V

By Stefani Relles

Our final installment on for-profit universities comes from Elise Scanlon. About the author: Elise Scanlon is counsel on the Education Team in the Government & Regulatory Affairs Practice Group of Drinker Biddle & Reath, LLP. Prior to joining Drinker, Elise served as the executive director of the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of […]

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Memorial Day

By Stefani Relles

21st Century Scholar wishes everyone a very happy Memorial Day. We will be back tomorrow with the end of our conversation regarding for-profit universities.

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