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(PODCAST): Conversation with FlexPath learner, John

February 9, 2015

In my latest podcast, I spoke with John Scafide, another FlexPath graduate, about his story and experiences at Capella. John recently graduated with a B.A. in Business and will participate in commencement in Washington D.C. this coming March. He has … Continue reading

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Innovation in Higher Education

February 5, 2015

Harvard Business Review recently did a podcast with David Duncan, a senior partner at Innosight. You can listen to the podcast here. He has some great commentary about how companies are building innovation processes to both generate and execute ideas … Continue reading

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(PODCAST): Tapitha’s FlexPath experience and journey

February 4, 2015

Today on the podcast, I talk with Tapitha Jamison, a recent Capella graduate through our FlexPath program. I’m really excited about this episode and having the opportunity to speak with Tapitha about her educational journey and experience in our FlexPath program. Tapitha graduated … Continue reading

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(PODCAST): Dr. Marcia Ballinger – Being Capella’s 110th learner, writing a book and starting a business

January 28, 2015

Today on the podcast, I talk to Dr. Marcia Ballinger. Dr. Ballinger has had an incredible career so far – she’s co-partner of Ballinger-Leafblad, an executive search firm, has written a book called “The 20-Minute Networking Meeting“, and earned her … Continue reading

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Scott Kinney testifies before Minnesota Senate

January 27, 2015

Capella University President Scott Kinney testified before the Minnesota Senate Higher Education and Workforce Development Committee Hearing today. Scott was invited to speak about FlexPath, Capella’s competency-based, direct assessment program, as an innovative solution to critical challenges facing adult students … Continue reading

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