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Morehouse College and Clark Atlanta University are launching a new fellowship program to grow the number of school principals of color in partnership with New Leaders, a nonprofit focused on training equity-focused K-12 administrators.
Clark Atlanta University (CAU), Morehouse College, education company New Leaders and ed-tech company Noodle have partnered to create a program that will produce more people of color to become principals in the public K-12 school systems.
The University of Michigan is among the university partners joining Noodle, the country’s fastest growing online higher education network, as it announces the launch of a platform to help universities meet the rising student demand for online lifelong learning.
John Katzman's online program company has become an alternative to online degree enablers. Now it wants to similarly challenge major providers of free and low-cost non-degree courses and credentials.
NEW YORK, March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Noodle, a leading online higher education network, is collaborating with long-time partners American University, Tulane University, the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Tennessee / Knoxville, and Strategic Education, Inc., at a live partner session and virtual roundtable panel at the American Council of Education's 2021 Annual Meeting on Wednesday, March 24, 2021.
The boost it will give to Howard comes at a good time for the university’s business school which this year launched a pair of online MBA programs for the first time.
The online program management company buys assets of HotChalk, another OPM, whose biggest client, Concordia Portland, closed early this year.
Companies like Noodle Partners say the pandemic has significantly accelerated interest in its services, as universities prepare for a scenario where remote learning remains the only option.
The pandemic reminds us that our higher education system, with all its flaws, remains a key part of our strategic reserve.
General Assembly, a pioneer in outcomes-driven technology and data bootcamps, and Noodle Partners, the fastest growing online higher education provider, are partnering with the University of Virginia’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) to offer bootcamps that prepare adult learners for in-demand technology jobs.
A Q&A with Laurie Cochenour, director of Online Learning at the University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.
New program part of larger effort for SHRS to bring more graduate degrees online.
Cutting-edge graduate degrees offer world-class education and entrepreneurial focus.
The Tulane University School of Social Work (TSSW) is launching an online Doctorate in Social Work (DSW) program with Noodle Partners, its online innovation partner since 2017.
The AU School of Education’s first online cohort will graduate this month.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Launches Online Master’s in Supply Chain Management with Noodle Partners.
The Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University (Cardozo) is pleased to announce the launch of an online Master of Studies in Law (MSL) in Data and Privacy Law, its first program in partnership with Noodle Partners.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, today announced a partnership with Noodle Partners to launch 10 online programs over the next three years. The majority of offerings will be at the graduate level.
With that choice, Ross has cast a big, visible vote in favor of the fee-for-service business model, accelerating a trend that’s seen Noodle Partners grow from just three university partners to 16 and from managing ten online programs to more than 30 in the past year.
The University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (SHRS) announced today its plan to bring multiple clinically-integrated graduate programs online with Noodle Partners.
The University of Michigan Ross School of Business announced today its partnership with online program manager Noodle Partners to develop its new Part-time MBA: Online.
Noodle Partners, the nation's fastest growing online program manager (OPM), will partner with Yeshiva University’s Katz School of Science and Health and Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law to launch three online master’s degrees in Fall 2019: Data Analytics and Visualization, Digital Marketing and Media, and a new Master of Studies in Law.
“We are very excited to bring our data-centric ideology to a wider audience...We are confident that Noodle Partners shares those goals and will help us achieve them,” Cox School of Business Dean Matthew Myers said.
"Noodle Partners, the nation's fastest-growing Online Program Manager (OPM), is announcing a new partnership with New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service (NYU Wagner).
Noodle Partners, the nation’s fastest-growing Online Program Management firm, today announced a partnership to launch a fully online version of the University of Virginia (UVA) Data Science Institute’s popular Master of Science in Data Science.
"We are excited to announce the online MS in Supply Chain Management in UT's Haslam College of Business, and excited to do so with Noodle Partners,” said Bruce Behn, Associate Dean for Graduate and Executive Education at Haslam College of Business.
Heralding an important milestone in its 166-year history, Mills College is proud to announce the launch of its first fully online degree, the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership.
ACE today announced that as part of revamping the Council's strategic priorities during its centennial year, ACE Leadership will transform its current suite of leadership development programs into a series of regional summits and initiate a robust peer-to-peer online platform and virtual library of content.
“Ten years ago, the Noodle Partners team helped reinvent online education, and today we are proud to announce we are backing the industry leader’s next leg of growth,” said MassMutual Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Drew Dickey.
Noodle Partners is launching a new online master’s program with Tulane’s School of Professional Advancement (SoPA) this fall.
“The Lynch School of Education is one of the nation’s leading schools of education, and we are delighted to be working with their faculty to help them meet their institutional goals and academic mission,” said John Katzman, CEO of Noodle Partners.
Noodle Partners today announced a partnership with Tulane’s School of Professional Advancement (SoPA), expanding its overall relationship with Tulane University.
Noodle Partners, the nation’s fastest-growing online higher education provider, today announced that it will be launching three new online master’s degree programs with Claremont Graduate University (CGU) this fall.
“Wake Forest is a premier institution, and we are excited to add the School of Business to our growing list of university partners and help them meet their institutional goals and academic mission,” said John Katzman, CEO of Noodle Partners.
Working with Noodle Partners, Claremont Graduate University (CGU) will build on existing strengths across the university to launch an array of cutting-edge, market-competitive online degree opportunities by September 2018.
One of the newer players to step into that online program manager (OPM) space, Noodle Partners, got a boost this week: $14 million in Series A funding led by edtech venture capital firm Owl Ventures.
San Francisco-based Owl Ventures led the investment, joining Noodle Partners' seed investors, Osage Venture Partners and New Markets Venture Partners.
New leadership team brings over three decades of Higher Education experience.
Signaling an important milestone in its 183-year history, Tulane University today announced a relationship with Noodle Partners, a company dedicated to dramatically improving the quality and delivery of online education.
With teacher shortage looming, AU’s online programs will help to prepare the next generation of effective teachers and education policy leaders.
John Katzman, The Noodle Companies CEO and Princeton Review founder, discusses the costs associated with technology and higher education.