Developing and Educating Gen Z

This webinar was hosted by LX Consortium, a joint effort between several schools, employers and EduSourced revolving around experiential learning. Special thanks to University of Illinois for co-hosting this panel and the LX group. More info here.

Key topics covered in this session on Educating Gen Z:

About LX Consortium

LX consortium is a group of college-level educators and employers working together to support student career readiness. Learn more here.

About Panel

Samir Desai

Samir is the Executive Director of Learning and Organization Development at Northwestern University. Samir is responsible for developing the skills and capabilities of Northwestern staff and faculty through high impact learning programs, leadership development, performance management, career development, and team engagement. Prior to his current role, Samir was the Managing Director of Talent Development at Accenture.

Rachel Reiser

Rachel is the Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Student Experience & Services at Boston University Questrom School of Business. Rachel supervises all facets of student services related to the Questrom undergraduate student experience, including career and academic career advising, curriculum implementation and student success. She also conducts research and consulting regarding issues and opportunities in the educational landscape and multi-generational workplace.

Dr. Robert Hart

Robert is a Clinical Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas. He has taught an Engineering Capstone course for many years and is a founder of the Capstone Design Conference, an annual conference helping engineering schools to improve their capstone programs. Robert’s research spans fluid mechanics, heat transfer and engineering education.

Andrew Allen

Moderated by Andrew Allen, the Director of the Magelli Office of Experiential Learning at the Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois. Andrew has spent the last ten years working in experiential learning, at the University of Illinois and in supporting experiential learning for several other universities. Prior to academia, Andrew worked for KPMG and Opportunity Fund in the San Francisco Bay Area.