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edX Promotes Adam Medros to President and co-CEO, joining Founder and CEO Anant Agarwal to lead company

edX 31 Oct 2019 By edX Staff
Founder and CEO, Agarwal, announces that Medros, formerly edX President and COO, will join him as President and co-CEO of edX, the trusted platform for learning Read more about edX | edX Promotes Adam Medros to President and co-CEO, joining Founder and CEO Anant Agarwal to lead company

How Boston’s C-suites can prepare their employees for the future of work

The Boston Globe 15 Aug 2019 By Adam Medros
Corporate America is grappling with the impact of automation and artificial intelligence on today’s workforce, and many industries are facing obstacles when it comes to hiring and retaining workers who have the skills needed in our increasingly changing economy.  Read more about The Boston Globe | How Boston’s C-suites can prepare their employees for the future of work

edX, ASU and MIT Announce Innovative Stackable Online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

edX 19 Jun 2019 By edX Staff
Collaboration creates world’s first stacked Master’s degree on edX.org from two top-ranked universities in the field Read more about edX | edX, ASU and MIT Announce Innovative Stackable Online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

EDX LAUNCHES NEW MASTER’S DEGREES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TOP-RANKED UNIVERSITIES

edX 10 Oct 2018 By edX Staff
New online programs offer a high-quality, flexible master’s education at disruptive price points, that address today’s global skills gap Read more about edX | EDX LAUNCHES NEW MASTER’S DEGREES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TOP-RANKED UNIVERSITIES

EdX Appoints Adam Medros as President and COO

edX 18 Oct 2017 By edX
Former TripAdvisor executive brings strategic, product development, and operational expertise to power innovation and growth at global scale   Read more about edX | EdX Appoints Adam Medros as President and COO

These Top Schools Are Offering Big Savings On Master's Degrees, But There's A Catch

NPR 9 Mar 2017 By Kirk Carapezza
There's an experiment underway at a few top universities around the world to make some master's degrees out there more affordable. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, for example, says the class of 2018 can get a master's degree in supply chain management with tens of thousands in savings. The university's normal price runs upwards of $67,000 for the current academic year. Read more about NPR | These Top Schools Are Offering Big Savings On Master's Degrees, But There's A Catch

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