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ASU+GSV Summit: Lessons learned from the pandemic at center stage

When COVID-19 struck in the United States in early 2020, online learning took on new meaning. “One-point-six billion people were thrown into the deep end...

ASU+GSV: Jamie Merisotis on the future of the human work ecosystem

Despite smart technology and artificial intelligence, there is still work that is human work—the work only humans can do. Jamie Merisotis wrote a book...

ASU+GSV: Deborah Quazzo on the digital divide

Made more glaring by COVID-19, the digital divide impacted students and their ability to learn. With online learning, educators were forced to face the...

ASU+GSV: Stephen Moret on helping workers navigate the changing workforce

“We’re at the dawn of a transformational time period.” WorkingNation interviewed the Virginia Economic Development Partnership’s president and CEO Stephen Moret for our #WorkingNationOverheard series,...

ASU+GSV: Matt Sigelman on diversity not being a zero-sum game

Matt Sigelman, CEO of Burning Glass Technologies says the key to addressing racial inequality, and generations of workers denied opportunity, isn’t just about being...

ASU+GSV: Ann Kirschner on major change needed to achieve inclusivity

“The signs are not great for an inclusive recovery,” says Ann Kirschner CUNY professor and CEO of Comma Communications. WorkingNation interviewed Kirschner for #WorkingNationOverheard as...

ASU+GSV: Deborah Quazzo on access and the right to education

If education is going to be accessible to all, government, private companies, and educators will need to work together to provide the needed support. WorkingNation...

ASU+GSV: Christine Cruzvergara on employers needing to hold themselves accountable

When college students are looking for internships these days, many turn to Handshake, a company that has partnered with 500,000 employers and 1,000 colleges...

ASU+GSV: Steve Katsouros on students seeing themselves in their future careers

After founding Arrupe College, a two-year college at Loyola University, and creating a model that yielded a 75 percent bachelor’s degree completion rate (national...

ASU+GSV: Jamie Merisotis on the need for racial and social justice

Jamie Merisotis says education is the path to personal mobility and freedom, but post-pandemic, it must to a better job to close the equity...