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A Day in the Life: Executive Admissions Counselor Brent Bray

Learn about this 2U veteran’s role in the Admissions department, his involvement with the Asian Pacific Islander Network and other diversity and inclusion initiatives, and what his Guam heritage means to him.

May 11, 2021·Bannon Puckett


After a Near-Fatal Accident, This Former FBI Agent Uses His Master of Legal Studies Degree to Advocate for Others with Disabilities

Learn how Jeffrey Jenkins bounced back from a devastating car crash to carve out a fulfilling career in the courtroom—using knowledge gained through an online master’s program from Washington University powered by 2U.

May 10, 2021·Bannon Puckett


Like Mother, Like Daughter: A 2Ute Honors Her Veteran Mom for Inspiring Her Own Military Service—and Her Passion for Lifelong Learning

With Mother’s Day this Sunday and Military Appreciation Month throughout May, Yuri Tuppince shares her career journey from the U.S. Army Reserve to 2U—and how her mother, a former drill sergeant, has been a guiding force through it all.

May 7, 2021·Bannon Puckett


A Day in the Life: Curriculum Development Manager Poonam Ribadia

Learn how this seasoned 2Ute found community within our Asian Pacific Islander Network, helped university partners pivot online during COVID-19, and even introduced our Co-Founder and CEO to a new inclusive technology tool.

May 6, 2021·Bannon Puckett


Northwestern University’s Dr. Alvin Tillery Discusses Driving DEI from Within on EDU: Live

The director of Northwestern University’s Center for the Study of Diversity and Democracy joined a conversation on organizational DEI efforts, anti-racism education, and the greatest challenges universities have yet to hurdle.

May 5, 2021·Bannon Puckett

Partner Spotlight

Adapting Higher Education for the Lifelong Learner

To mark the launch of Fortune’s new Education hub, I invited Fortune CEO Alan Murray to ask leaders from three of 2U’s university partners to reflect on how the mission and structure of the university need to change to meet the demands of lifelong learning.

May 5, 2021·Andrew Hermalyn


Overcoming Imposter Syndrome: How This First-Generation College Student and Single Mom Found Confidence and Purpose Through a Master in Health Administration

Learn how a 2U-powered online degree program from George Washington University gave Erika Gonzalez the flexibility and determination she needed to embrace her unique background and achieve the American Dream.

May 4, 2021·Bannon Puckett


It’s Teacher Appreciation Week: Celebrating Faculty and Instructors with Praise Today—and Personalized Support Every Day of the Year

Today, we applaud all the educators within our university partners’ ranks and their dedication to student success. Hear from 2U’s Faculty Success team how we value, support, and champion their efforts all throughout the year.

May 3, 2021·Bannon Puckett


A Day in the Life: Senior Course Strategist Adam Hill

Learn how this No Back Row Award winner embraces uncertainty, his authentic self, and the power of the here and now to help university faculty design strategic and compelling digital learning experiences.

Apr 30, 2021·Bannon Puckett


Bridging Faith and Science: How a Pastor Used His Master of Public Health from George Washington University to Protect His Church During COVID-19

Learn how Jonathan Smith’s knowledge of science and data in health care—which he acquired through GWU’s online graduate degree program powered by 2U—prepared him to meet the moment and keep his parishioners safe at the onset of the pandemic.

Apr 28, 2021·Bannon Puckett

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