Category Archives: FlexPath

Scott Kinney writes about direct assessment for the Training Magazine

March 26, 2015

Scott Kinney, Capella University president, recently wrote a piece on direct assessment programs for the Training Magazine, a professional development magazine that advocates training and workforce development as a business tool. Through Rodney Showmar’s story, Scott outlines the problem many working adult … Continue reading

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FlexPath Grads in eCampus News Article

March 20, 2015

Capella’s FlexPath graduates were featured today in a great piece by eCampus News, “New pathway in higher-ed sifts out serious professionals“. Recent graduates, John Scafide and Tapitha Jamison were interviewed for the piece, as well as MBA faculty chair, Dr. … Continue reading

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(PODCAST) Brian Barton: Insights on the Creation of FlexPath

March 16, 2015

Now that commencement is over, we are back with another podcast. I spoke recently with Brian Barton, business faculty chair for Capella’s School of Business and Technology. Brian was one of the faculty members who helped create Capella’s competency-based, direct-assessment program, … Continue reading

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(PODCAST) Jacob Sullivan: Advice on succeeding in the FlexPath program

February 25, 2015

In my latest podcast, I speak with another FlexPath learner, Jacob Sullivan. Jacob recently graduated with his bachelor’s in in business administration through our FlexPath program and is walking at our commencement in a week and a half. He is also currently … Continue reading

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(PODCAST) School for the Working Adult: Tracy’s FlexPath Experience

February 17, 2015

In my latest podcast, I speak with FlexPath learner and soon to be graduate, Tracy Dudley. Tracy will be attending our commencement in March in D.C. Tracy has worked for the Department of Veteran Affairs for over 26 years and … Continue reading

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