Event: Inside Voices

Minerva

Redefining Experiential Learning

Date

Tuesday, May 7, 2024

Time

11:00 am—12:00 pm Eastern Time

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Zoom

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Join us for a candid conversation with two leading experts on experiential learning innovation.

Experiential learning is no longer considered “extracurricular.” By strategically connecting opportunities and experiences across campus, university leaders can ensure students gain the knowledge and competencies needed for a skills-focused future. 

Kate Trimble, Senior Associate Dean and Director, Office of Experiential Learning (OEL), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), will share insights into the different types of experiential learning that MIT offers and how the OEL works to create a more integrated ecosystem for MIT students.

Capri LaRocca, Director, Experiential Learning, Minerva Project, and co-author of Redefining Experiential Learning: How Universities Can Deliver an Integrated Curriculum, will share best practices for intentionally integrating experiential learning into and across the undergraduate curriculum. Capri will offer frameworks and strategies to design experiences across academic disciplines and university functions. 

The conversation will be moderated by Christine Looser, Senior Director, Solution Design, Minerva Project.

Panelists

Kate Trimble
Senior Associate Dean and Director, Office of Experiential Learning, and Chief of Staff, Office of the Vice Chancellor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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Capri LaRocca
Director, Experiential Learning, Minerva Project
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Moderator

Christine Looser
Senior Director, Solution Design, Minerva Project
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What is Inside Voices and who is it for?

Inside Voices is a conversation series for higher education leaders that explores the challenges and opportunities related to educational innovation and institutional transformation.

Contact

Megan Perpich
Strategic Partnerships Lead
mperpich@minervaproject.com