Skip to main content

Maria Spies

Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Holon IQ Maria Spies shares an update to their report on 5 scenarios for the future of higher education by 2030. She outlines the priorities for the innovation agenda for universities for the path ahead and the need to keep moving at the same or faster pace as competitors to be positioned for disruption and transformation ahead.

Read More

Rick Shangraw

CEO of ASU startup Cantina, Rick Shangraw Rick Shangraw, describes how their success story is founded on using enterprise to allow inclusive access to excellent education and research that serves end user purpose and communities.

Read More

Betty Vandenbosch

Chief Content Officer of Coursera, Betty Vandenbosch joins the HEDx podcast to outline her vision of how the landscape of global higher education will have changed by 2030 and what Coursera and global universities can best do to prepare for that vision.

Read More

Phil Regier

Phil Regier, CEO of EdPlus at Arizona State University, explains the background to how online students have grown to close to 84,000 across all disciplines in major partnerships with employers in Starbucks and Uber in partnership with the global EdTech community. The journey to online education becoming core to the whole university and to all students who make their own choice of how, when and where to gain access to inclusive excellence is a pointer to the future for hybrid education at scale.

Read More

Herk Kailis

Herk Kailis CEO of Cadmus joins the podcast to outline how EdTech companies have emerged to provide support services to help individual universities focus on what they want to be great at.

Read More

Professor Michael Crow

President Michael Crow approaches 20 years as President of ASU ranked as the most innovative US university for seven years running. He shares a clear message of the need for distinction and differentiation and of ASU’s mission to democratise higher education for the world. He measures the ASU strategy by the students they include and building pathways for all to succeed. Their technology-enabled strategy is breaking the mould of global higher education. When will others follow? The biggest risk might be in not doing so.

Read More

Professor Malcolm Press

Vice-Chancellor of Manchester Metropolitan University, Professor Malcolm Press CBE, joins the podcast this week. He shares insights into his commitment to his staff and students and the commitment Manchester Met has to its civic setting in a major city in the UK. He shares lessons from a 200 year history of an institution that is pioneering degree apprenticeships and design education among other things and illustrates the importance of authenticity and trusting teams in exercising effective leadership.

Read More

Professor Judy Raper

CEO of TEDI London Professor Judy Raper joins the podcast to describe how an alliance of research power houses Arizona State University, UNSW and Kings College are reconceiving design and engineering education in a start up in London.

Read More

Professor Colin Stirling

Vice Chancellor of Flinders University Professor Colin Stirling outlines the positioning of Flinders to Be Fearless in its focus on combining world class research with student success through new physical infrastructure.

Read More

Professor Deborah Terry

Vice Chancellor of the University of Queensland, Professor Deborah Terry AO outlines how a refresh of a Group of Eight university strategy in the depths of the pandemic got energised and inspired by the award of the Olympic Games to her city shortly before the strategy was to be finessed by university leadership after an engagement jam across staff students and external partners.

Read More