Business Courier Op-Ed: Learning is 'fluid and scalable, not fixed and final'

UC President Neville Pinto says shift from knowledge to learning economy is underway

What are your learning goals for the year?

Neville Pinto, UC's 30th President in University Pavilion.

UC President Neville Pinto

This question has been reserved for K-16 students. And it’s built on a stubbornly conventional idea. We spend the first 22 years of life sitting in the classroom and the next 43 years applying that knowledge to our work.

In this world, one’s college major prefigures a professional career. Biology majors become doctors, political science majors become lawyers and economics majors become bankers.

Until now.

Read UC President Neville Pinto's full column in the Cincinnati Business Courier

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