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Crafting a Platform for the Future of Students

Published on July 26, 2015 By Andy

Ground has been broken on a new research project for our friends at Lumina Foundation. We’re doing some follow-on work to the Future of Student Needs: 2025 and Beyond project. One of our recommendations from that project was to consider building a platform to incorporate student voices into the discussion on the future of higher […]

Students Needs 2025 Final Report

Published on May 27, 2015 By Andy

We are pleased to release the Final report on The Future of Student Needs: 2025 and Beyond. It has been reformatted to meet the design style of Lumina Foundation. Today, college students are encouraged to find work-life-school balance. In 2025, such a concept will be obsolete because work, life, school, and play will be one in the […]

Future of Education: Goodbye, Summer Vacation

Published on September 12, 2014 By Andy

I squeezed onto CNBC yesterday with  a few comments as part of “Will the college bubble burst: http://www.cnbc.com/id/101985258 ; this is the written version: Sharon Epperson, “A higher-ed bubble even bigger than student loans, Sept 11, 2014, Redesign of the Traditional Classroom Now, for the stuff that didn’t get aired. Here are some of the note I […]

Student Needs 2025+: Draft Final Report

Published on August 28, 2014 By Andy

Today, college students are encouraged to find work-life-school balance. In 2025, such a concept will be obsolete because work, life, school, and play will be one in the same. This is just one of the mind-bending takeaways that emerged from our Student Needs 2025+ project. After months of research and discussion from UH Foresight students […]

Student Needs 2025+: All That’s Old is New Again

Published on March 26, 2014 By katie king

Millennials seem to be itching for the 70s. Two new scan hits show that modern trends in working and playing might be headed for a downturn. 1. Millennials’ workplace backlash. Everyone knows that a Millennial thrives with technology and would just as soon work from the beach as a corner office. Not so, according to […]

University of Hawaii Futures Studies Center Seeking Submissions for Student Journal

Published on September 21, 2011 By Christopher Manfredi

Our sister Master’s and PhD program, the University of Hawaii’s Hawaii Reserach Center for Future Studies (HRCFS) is calling for submissions for their student journal, The Manoa Journal, a student-run, peer-reviewed journal published with support from the HRCFS and the Political Science Department at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. Originally published from 1993-1998, the Journal “offered […]