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New Ways Colleges Can Evaluate Prospective Students Outside the SAT

  Anxiety over standardized testing may be a thing of the past for students. Over this past year, many colleges and universities chose to admit new students with more Read more

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What Defines “Success” for Safety Personnel?
January 21, 2022
The Safety Justice League is back and refreshed after a much-needed, restful holiday season. Jason squared (Jason Maldonado and Jason Lucas) joined Host Abby Ferri to dive into what success looks like Read more
Driving Automation: Automating Workflows in the Parcel Post and Distribution Fulfillment Industries
January 21, 2022
  Think back to ten years ago when same-day delivery was a rarity; today, nobody bats an eye at its prevalence. Dan VanderAkker, Vice President of Kasa, joined Host Daniel Litwin to explain how workflow Read more
Using Data to Optimize Climate Control in Food Processing Plants
January 20, 2022
  John O’Haver, business development specialist, and Kevin Lockard, national operations manager, both with Polygon US, joined Tyler Kern on Ideal Connections to discuss flat roof drying — a potential Read more
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New Ways Colleges Can Evaluate Prospective Students Outside the SAT
October 4, 2021
  Anxiety over standardized testing may be a thing of the past for students. Over this past year, many colleges and universities chose to admit new students with more Read more
How Higher Education Is Approaching Skill Acquisition
September 2, 2021
Learning is an exact science and companies have spent millions figuring out the best methods of engaging students mentally and emotionally. But has higher education incorporated Read more
How To Handle the Wild Ride That Is the EdTech Marketplace
July 26, 2021
  Never before has edTech been more essential, or more coveted in the investment community. In this of EdTech Today, Liam Pisano, Managing Partner at EduLab Capital Partners, Read more
Will Chipotle’s Investment In Education Pay Off For Its Employees?
April 20, 2021
Chipotle launched an updated debt-free tuition program for its employees, covering new degrees in agriculture, culinary, and hospitality industries. The move shows another step from the QSR chain Read more
How Chipotle’s New Degree Program Is Shaping Higher Education
April 19, 2021
Chipotle recently announced its new debt-free, tuition-covered program for its employees, adding some unique perks compared to other tuition assistance programs at fast-food restaurants. To Read more
Do Debt-Free Degree Programs Work For Fast Food Employees?
April 19, 2021
Chipotle dropped the news it will allow their employees to go to college tuition-free if they major in Agriculture, Culinary, or Hospitality degree programs. They are not the Read more
Virtual College Fairs Are Here To Stay
March 23, 2021
  Let’s face it. Some things aren’t going to go back to normal. That’s a good thing, according to Julio Ronchetti, CEO and Founder at NOVVA AI Technology, whose company’s Read more
7 Higher-Ed IT Trends to Track in 2021
February 11, 2021
Higher education, like many other industries, has undoubtedly been hit heavily by the pandemic. Classes have shifted to online and hybrid environments, budgets are squeezed more than ever, and Read more
How Open Education Resources (OER) Can Cross the Digital Divide
February 9, 2021
Less than a decade after publishing its first free, openly licensed textbook, OpenStax — Rice University’s educational technology initiative — has saved students $1.2 billion. In Read more