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The Titanium Economy: The Companies You’ve Never Heard of That Keep America Running – Asutosh Padhi, Managing Partner for McKinsey & Company North America

There’s a whole subset of our economy that you’ve never heard of, making products vital to your everyday life. The Titanium Economy is a major driver of the U.S. economy, providing jobs, products and well-being like you wouldn’t believe.

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An AI Playbook for the Classroom and Beyond – Jarrod Barnes, Professor at NYU

Get a primer on AI, learn about the AI playbook, and discover how one professor has found success driving student outcomes with AI in his classrooms.

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Adapt to the Market: What Universities Can Learn from Manufacturing Operations – Ed Magee, VP of Strategic Operations at Belmont University

University education is at a crossroads: adapt or go out of business. Ed Magee’s insights into operations leadership will help universities pivot their product offering and adapt to market demands to give today’s students what they need from a higher education.

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AI-Driven Learning: Empowering Students, Teachers, and Workers Alike – Dr. Rich Barnhouse, President of WCTC

AI is already here; now it’s time for higher education to embrace it. Dr. Rich Barnhouse has strategies for how to teach AI, how to use it to improve teachers’ and students’ lives, and how to meet the biggest needs of employers.

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The Data Science Behind Elite Athletic Performance – Dr. Matt Provencher, The Predictors

Dr. Matt Provencher has leveraged a career with the Navy SEALS, NFL teams and elite athletes to develop the most innovative algorithms and insights into peak performance, sports medicine and injury analytics

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Driving the Future: Inside Clemson’s New School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering – Dr. Zoran Filipi, Clemson University

Clemson University has launched the new School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering, bringing together the best of both worlds and giving engineering students hands-on learning around the most cutting-edge automotive and EV technology on the market

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Networking Revamped: Four Steps and One Mindset Shift to Build High-Quality Connections – Joe Sweeney

Forget what you know about networking. Best-selling author Joe Sweeney helps us rethink what it means to build strong, meaningful connections in business and education. Learn the four simple networking steps every student and worker must know.

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Global Energy Policy: Trends & Technologies You Should Know About – Christopher Guith, Senior VP of the US Chamber of Commerce Global Energy Institute

We sat down with Christopher Guith to get a sense for the global energy landscape – what do business owners need to know about energy policy, and how can education respond to emerging trends and technologies in the energy sector?

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Peak Performance: How the Right Mindset Can Help You Achieve Your Goals – Jason Goldsmith, Founder of Goldsmith Performance

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How Engineering Has Shifted in the Digital Age – Dr. Leo Kempel, Dean of Michigan State University’s College of Engineering

MSU’s College of Engineering Dean Dr. Leo Kempel shares insights into the world of engineers in today’s digital workforce. How does the work of engineers look different than in the past? How do we change engineering education? Find out in this episode.

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