Join Apple, Google, edX, Noodle, Wharton and Harvard to Reimagine Education

If you intended to enter the Reimagine Education Awards, the innovative global competition launched last year by QS and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania to find the world’s top higher education pedagogical innovation, entries for 2015 have closed.

Well over 500 projects from 40 countries have been submitted. The overall winner will receive a US$50,000 cash prize and all shortlisted projects will be featured on the Reimagine Education 2015 e-guide, receiving global visibility.

This means that it’s now time to book for the Reimagine Education Conference and awards event.
It will be held at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania on December 7-9.

The programme and booking details are at You’ll see that as well as presentations from numerous competition entrants, there will be plenary sessions involving William Ranking, Director of Learning at Apple Inc, Jaime Casap, Chief Education Evangelist, Google Inc.,  Anant Agarwal, CEO of specialist MOOC provider edX,  John Katzman, founder of Noodle Education, Jake Schwarz, founder of General Assembly, Jim Shelton, Chief Impact Officer at 2U, Pam Grossman, Dean, Penn School of Education, Dr. Huntington Lambert, Dean, Harvard Continuing Education, and many more innovative education technology groups including Education Design Lab, EDGE Edtech and Jefferson Education Accelerator.

We very much hope to see you in Philadelphia in December. Don’t forget that you can enter the 2016 Reimagine Education competition from December 1 onwards.

by Martin Ince

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