Washington Post Columnist & Author
Jeffrey J. Selingo is a best-selling author and award-winning columnist who helps parents and higher-education leaders imagine the college and university of the future and how to succeed in a fast-changing economy. Read More >
The Value of a College Degree
Life After College
The Learning House
The Future of Higher Education
It’s not good enough anymore to simply gain admission to college and then roll into the job market a few years later. How students go to college—the undergraduate experiences they take advantage of on campuses—matters to how they launch into the job market. Based on research from his New York Times bestselling book and a national survey of twentysomethings, the audience will learn the three primary ways today’s graduates launch from college and how their experiences come to shape the beginning of their careers. This talk is aimed at college leaders, school counselors, employers as well as students and their parents. Among other things, the audience will: Read More >
What changes are in store for higher education over the next decade? It’s a question being asked by college leaders, faculty members, policy makers, and of course, students and parents. Higher education is on the cusp of far-reaching changes over the next decade where technology is playing a larger role and students, parents, and educators alike are asking what colleges should teach and how learning should be measured in an era of shifting needs in the economy. Drawing on research from his bestselling book, College (Un)Bound, and a follow-up report he authored for The Chronicle of Higher Education in 2016, the audience for this talk includes college leaders, faculty members, policymakers, and high-school administrators. Among their key takeaways: Read More >
"Jeff was beyond knowledgeable and really provided a thoughtful leadership point of view for us and our attendees. We had folks tweeting out messages that Jeff had discussed. We also appreciated his panel moderation to which he lent expert opinion backed by fact that really increased a perception of credibility."
"Thank you to you and to all of your team members for helping to make Jeff Selingo’s participation at Campus Technology 2017 possible. We were delighted that he was able to join us in Chicago to share his perspective on “2027: The Decade Ahead for Higher Education” with our conference audience. Attendees were very engaged with his ideas and Jeff did a very effective job answering questions. He also stayed to chat with a few attendees after the talk, even though he had a very short time to spare until his travel to O’Hare for his return flight."
"Jeff was fantastic! While the content is sobering, Jeff's delivery and knowledge make it easy to comprehend. Now it's up to us to make sure we innovate to meet the demands of a rapidly changing market. Thanks for your help in making Jeff's presentation so thought-provoking and inspiring."
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