The Center for 21st Century Universities recently assembled a team of “flipping veterans" to share successes and failures they’ve experienced in learning to flip a class.
The goals of the Commission on Creating the Next in Education include exploration of new ideas in content delivery and nurturing a culture of lifelong learning for undergraduate, graduate, and professional education learners.
Beginning this August, the Center for 21st Century Universities (C21U) will serve as the program office and central coordinating body for institute-wide activities for Georgia Tech's Commission on Creating the Next in Education (CNE) report.
A new report, “The Future(s) of Public Higher Education,” released today by Deloitte’s Center for Higher Education Excellence and Georgia Tech’s Center for 21st Century Universities lays out five new models for public higher education.
Beginning in spring 2019, the strategic plan advisory process, as guided by SPAG, will pivot to consult on the CNE Program Office.
The Georgia Institute of Technology has been awarded a grant of $499,753 by the National Science Foundation’s Convergence Accelerator to develop the Competency Catalyst project in conjunction with the University System of Georgia (USG).
Excel at Georgia Tech has been restructured into CEISMC, moving the program out of the Scheller College of Business, and into a centralized unit within the Office of the Provost.
Georgia Tech has joined MIT and 10 other international universities as founding members of the Digital Credentials Consortium, a collaborative, intercollegiate research and design group focused on the creation of verifiable digital credentials.
Over two years, Competency Catalyst will receive $5 million in funding from the NSF Convergence Accelerator.