November 6, 2013
Just as we get a bit of snow here in Minneapolis, Deb Bushway, Capella’s vice president of Academic Innovation and I are off to sunny San Diego to the 2013 Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) International Conference. Deb will be busy as a both a panelist and presenting during the two-day event.
CAEL is a nonprofit that advocates and innovates on behalf of adult learners to increase access to education and economic security. It’s especially important for a school like Capella with a mission of providing high-quality access to adult learners to actively participate in the dialogue on higher-ed innovation, affordability and completion.
Be sure to join the conversation and ask questions on Twitter using the hashtag: #CAELconf
Deb’s schedule details:
Thurs, Nov. 7
8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m: Deb is a panelist for “Innovative Disruptions in Higher Education,” that is being moderated by Paul LeBlanc, President of Southern New Hampshire University and Chair of the CAEL board. Other panelists include: Marie Cini, Provost of University of Maryland University College; Anthony Beebe, President of San Diego Continuing Education, San Diego Community College District
11 a.m.-12:15pm: Deb will be co-presenting “The Promise and Peril of Online Learning.” Joining her will be Carolyn S. Taylor, director of program development for Inside Track; and David Epstein, executive director of Online Programs for Fairleigh Dickinson University.