2U partners with some of the world’s top colleges and universities to offer you the very best education experience. All 2U-powered programs feature live, online classes; innovative, engaging coursework; real-world learning and top-tier support services ideal for military professionals. Learn more here: http://twou.co/1MWM2dF
Julie DeLoia, Associate Dean at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University, discusses the rich community of learning in the 2U-powered online programs, MPH@GW and MHA@GW. 2U’s No Back Row® philosophy allows each student to take pride in their own education. Follow the conversation: #NOBACKROW
At 2U, we are concerned about the impact that the recent executive order may have on our employees and their families. We will stand by them.
True impact is quality at scale. The 2016 Impact Report goes beyond the traditional metrics associated with success in higher education. Together with our partner universities and thought leaders in higher education, we are working to reframe impact and look at data that measures true outcomes for individuals, institutions, the economy, and our global community.
Christopher Paucek shares lessons learned on how to be a good university partner and discusses how to combine the best from edtech and the best from universities to deliver a great education for students at EdTechXEurope on June 16th.
2Utes took part in our second annual 2U Days of Service program. Nearly 350 employees participated in service projects in the communities surrounding our offices in Maryland, New York, Chapel Hill, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and Denver.
2U is proud to participate in this year's ASU+GSV Summit. Join us for presentations and panels discussing higher education, outcomes, and what's next for 2U.
A long-standing tradition at 2U is our annual Halloween costume contest and celebration. Each October, employees join together in teams to create amazing costumes, videos and even websites. What we love about this tradition is that co-workers come together to create something fun and, in the process, practice important skills such as teamwork, leadership, collaboration, managing, communication.
On October 22, 2015, we will be at The Economist’s 2015 Higher Education Forum 2015: Disrupting Traditional Models in New York. In anticipation of our panel, Taking the Virtual Leap: Navigating the Online Education Market panel featuring AnnaLee Saxenian, Lucas Swineford, Harrison Keller and Jim Shelton, we asked our panelists a few questions about the future of higher education.
Our trip to Guatemala with Pencils of Promise and the first education story by 2Ute Abigail Garcia.
Today was the last day of the 2U annual company meeting, in which we heard from leaders inside and outside of the company.
Yesterday was a full day at Dream 2U15, our annual company meeting. Check out our full recap!
Jabari “Naledge” Evans performed his new single, “Push the Limit,” this morning in a surprise appearance at the 2U annual company meeting, Dream 2U15. Evans, who graduated from the MSW@USC in 2014, wrote the song to explore education’s impact on society and to celebrate his own experiences earning his MSW online at the University of Southern California School of Social Work.