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The Time to Change Education is Now . . .

By ERIK P.M. VERMEULIN Technology is rapidly creating a new world. But we must teach the next generation to “live smart.” We all love technology. We all come to depend on technology. And we all want to have the latest technologies. … Continue reading

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Students Applying Economics Through Campus Place-Based Learning

By MATTHEW METZGAR Introduction Place-based learning is a pedagogy where the local community and built environment are used as vehicles for learning. In previous semesters, the author has utilized place-based learning by connecting business and economics students with local businesses. … Continue reading

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A “Letter” to “Millennials”

By ERIK P.M VERMEULEN In my various “gigs,” I am involved in a lot of hiring decisions. At the university, at the large multinational where I also work, and at my wife’s restaurant. And like many employers, we look to … Continue reading

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Why “Chaos” Matters in Work & Life

By ERIK P.M. VERMEULEN Note from the Editor: We love Erik’s writing and his thinking around our rapidly changing world. This piece resonates for me as an educator in terms of the seemingly obvious implications for our students and for … Continue reading

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