Bucking the Status Quo in the Aftermath of the Pandemic

Michael Bugeja, Tomorrow’s Professor

As students delay or reconsider attending college, academic departments must reinvent themselves. Universities have no other option but to explore immediate remedies. In 2021, the future of higher education looks bleak, with mounting student debt and lower enrollments exacerbated by economic shortfalls due to COVID-19. That dreary outlook will prevail for years to come if institutions insist on business as usual. The prototype for the reinvented institution values everyone, with a primary focus on student learning and affordability.

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