J. Kim McNutt, California State University, Dominguez Hills
In our first episode we hear from J. Kim McNutt, Dean of the College of Extended and International Education at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH). When COVID-19 reached the U.S. in 2020, Kim wasn’t too worried. But when the gravity of the situation became clear, he and his team adapted quickly to meet the needs of students at CSUDH. MindMax CEO Lee Maxey sat down with Kim for a virtual discussion on how agile thinking helped his unit find unpredictable success in an incredibly challenging year.Watch the Video
John LaBrie, Ed.D., Clark University
For Clark University Dean of the School of Professional Studies, John LaBrie, Ed.D., the most striking thing across the board when he reflects on the last year in higher education, is that no matter a student’s background, the pandemic has been difficult for them on a very personal and heartfelt level. In this episode of MindMaxing, MindMax CEO Lee Maxey and John discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Clark University and dig into John’s outlook for the future of higher education.
Kathleen Ehlers, Fisher College
Kathleen Ehlers, Fisher College’s Vice President for Online, Graduate and Professional Studies, said 2020 was the hardest year in higher education “to help students in the way they truly need to be helped because of the pandemic.” How did Fisher navigate the challenges presented by COVID-19? Hear more from Kathleen in our third episode of MindMaxing with MindMax CEO Lee Maxey.
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