THE podcast: lessons from leading HE through two years of pandemic upheaval

Two higher education leaders reflect on what they have learnt in the two years since the pandemic struck



17 Mar 2022
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As we reach the two-year anniversary of the global pandemic, two university leaders and innovators tell Miranda Prynne and Sara Custer what they've learned about institutional resiliency, teaching practices and what the future holds for higher education, online and in-person.
Peter Mathieson, the principal and vice-chancellor at the University of Edinburgh, and Anant Agarwal, CEO and co-founder of edX, the chief open education officer at 2U and a professor at MIT, both offer their own unique perspectives on a tumultuous period for global higher education.


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