Following the pandemic, students still struggle to connect with one another and with their classes. Programs such as study abroad and service learning are important to student growth, but their cost often prevents students from pursuing them.

In the upcoming Virtual Forum, experts will discuss the impact experiential learning has on students socially and in how they learn.

How can colleges and universities improve the reach of these offerings to students and address the challenges that remain in equity among students?

Register for “Experiential Education for All” on April 11th at 2 p.m. ET to learn more.


Ian Wilhelm

Deputy Managing Editor
The Chronicle of Higher Education


Brenda James

Director, Center for Academic Success and Achievement,
Morgan State University

Patrice Ludwig

Interim Assistant Vice President, Research, Economic Development and Innovation,
James Madison University

Andrew H. Potter

Director, Office of University Experiential Learning,
University of Georgia


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Thursday, April 11, 2024