EduSourced is proud to present this live panel discussion on the biggest data set for experiential learning yet. Our panel of EL leaders share insights from their own programs, context on EL benchmark data and live audience discussion. Register above to join the discussion!
More Data Than Ever
Our 5th year of conducting the Experiential Learning benchmark survey had 101 respondents making it our biggest set yet, and the biggest data set for experiential learning there is. In this live session, our panel will walk through the worldwide benchmark results in the context of their own EL programs and combined decades-long history of managing and teaching experiential learning.
Dorothy Kittner, Senior Associate Dean and Director of Experiential Learning at Washington University’s Olin Business School. Olin’s Center for Experiential Learning has a rich history of doing EL at tremendous scale. In 2022 alone, 1,100 students participated in CEL projects across 115 organizations. Students build their resumes with real experience across nonprofits, startups and corporate sponsored projects.
Dr. Robert Hart and Dr. Todd Polk, Co-Directors of UTDesign at UT Dallas Jonsson School of Engineering. Launched in 2014, UTDesign houses multidisciplinary engineering capstone projects and has reached over 8,000 students across 1,200+ unique projects. This award-winning program emphasizes the real-world side of experiential learning. Students work with a technical company contact and a UT Dallas advisor to balance delivering value to clients with the supportive structure of the classroom.
Fion Behm, Associate Director, Experiential Learning at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Fuqua was an early adopter of business school experiential learning and in Fiona’s 6 years of experience with Duke’s Fuqua Client Consulting Practicum, she has overseen over 500 unique clients across 300+ projects. FCCP serves more than 300 students each year.
David Comisford, CEO of EduSourced, the most widely adopted software platform for experiential learning management in colleges & universities.
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