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Within the first hour of my first day as a University Innovation Fellow, I met with my direct supervisor, Luke Tate, and the leader of the UI Office, Jacqueline Smith. I was handed a paper with my initial assignments and explained that these would be ongoing projects. What I didn’t know was that these projects would take months of research, dozens of meetings, and countless reports -- just to scratch the surface.
My first two assignments were:
At Arizona State University, you will be hard-pressed to find a group or department discussing education without simultaneously discussing scale. If we are reaching one hundred learners with a product or course offering, can we reach 200? What about 500? At EdPlus, the division which houses Education for Humanity, scale is deeply embedded in our DNA.
‘Tis the season for lists! It is the time of year when we log what we have done, what we need to do, what we have, and what we want. We at ASU are proud to top the 2015 U.S. News list of Most Innovative Schools. The joy of our achievements further inspires us to continue our mission: advancing quality, accessibility, and impact in higher education.
Imagine a rubber band. It is not particularly remarkable, yet even as you shrink or stretch it to hold what you need it will retain its original strength and shape. Unless, of course, you snap it.
Last weekend we welcomed the incoming cohort of the Next Generation Service Corps at a 26 hour retreat in Payson, AZ. On day 1 I shared an overview of our agile design-build process.
Welcoming Remarks to the Incoming Cohort of the Next Generation Service Corps
Delivered on August 29, 2015