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January 31, 2022
Bonus: Andrew Flagel’s Level Playing Field — Stackable Credits, Outside Partnerships, and a True Digital Transformation

Andrew Flagel’s Level Playing Field — Stackable Credits, Outside Partnerships, and a True Digital Transformation

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About the Episode

This fast-paced show drops listeners into a compelling conversation about higher education. In Your Element asks innovative leaders about the challenges, wins, and future of everything from meeting enrollment numbers to equity in education.

Andrew Flagel, President and CEO of the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area, sits down with host Eric Stoller to chat about the biggest challenges and innovations happening in institutions. Together they discuss:

  • The need for partial credit and experience-based education.
  • Digital transformation as a means to enhance access and equity.
  • What opportunities can partnering with private sector organizations provide?
  • What are the next largest issues schools will be confronting?

People in this episode

Host

Daniella Nordin is the Director of Customer Success and Engagement at Element451 and the host of In Your Element.

Brendan Henkel is the Manager of Solutions Engineering at Element451 and host of In Your Element.

Interviewee

Andrew Flagel

Andrew Flagel is President and CEO of the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area. He received his undergraduate and master’s degrees from Consortium member George Washington University, where he served as a regional director of admissions before being appointed as director of admissions for the Congressional Youth Leadership Council. He later received his PhD from Michigan State University’s prestigious program in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education while serving as a director in Flint for the University of Michigan, focusing his research on access and inclusion.

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