The COVD-19 pandemic changed how many viewed engineering education. The push towards online education highlighted new possibilities and vulnerabilities within the education sector. As schools being to reopen and students return to school, engineering colleges and universities must reevaluate their educational direction and build upon the new models established during the pandemic. Mike Grandinetti is a mechanical engineering professor, and CEO and co-founder of Global Venture Catalyst, a new model of professional education that leverages data and AI to connect professionals and students through project-based learning. He speaks with ASME TechCast on the state of education and how the model can pivot in the digital age.
Guest Mike Grandinetti shares insights about transformative leadership and how he teaches his students to stay relevant and innovative in a world that is always changing.
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