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Stanford professor leads town hall on the future of higher ed with ASU President Michael Crow

Michael Crow
ASU President Michael Crow at a student forum in 2017. He joined Associate Professor Mitchell Stevens for a town hall discussion on higher education May 15 at Stanford. (Image credit: ASU)
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Stanford professor leads town hall on the future of higher ed with ASU President Michael Crow

The convening is part of a series of Stanford discussions on the future of learning, opportunity and work.

Arizona State University President Michael Crow joined Mitchell Stevens, associate professor at Stanford Graduate School of Education, for a town hall-style discussion on May 15 on the future of higher education, open access and public-private partnerships in education. Crow talked about ASU's partnership with Starbucks, student loan debt and how to adapt higher education to the needs of learners as they face ongoing technological and economic change.

Crow has been at the helm of ASU for 17 years. He is a co-author of Designing the New American University, and is outspoken on expanding access to education to diverse student populations. Stevens, an expert in higher education and online learning, is a co-author of Seeing the World: How U.S. universities Make Knowledge in a Global EraHe is part of a team of researchers examining the futures of learning, opportunity and work as part of a group called Stanford FLOW


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