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Hispanic Heritage Month Profiles: Director of Solutions Architecture, David Donoso

Director of Solutions Architecture David Donoso is no stranger to diversity. He was born in Quito, Ecuador, the son of an executive for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations agency responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. From there the family moved to Moscow, Russia, for about six years before returning stateside to New York.
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Hispanic Heritage Month Profiles: Regional General Manager, Lauren Davis

Regional General Manager Lauren Davis has built her career in education from helping individual high school students learn about college opportunities to working with top-tier universities strategically planning out their online program portfolios. Adopted at the age of three and moved to the United States, she experienced firsthand the life-changing benefits of education.
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Noodle Announces $50 Million Series C Fundraise

Noodle, the country's fastest-growing online learning network, announced today it has raised $50 million in Series C funding. The round was led by funds and accounts managed by BlackRock, joined by several existing investors including Owl Ventures. Barclays acted as the exclusive placement agent.
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Noodle Named To Crain's 100 Best Places to Work in NYC for 2021

Noodle, the country's fastest-growing online learning network, announced today its inclusion in the Crain's New York Business ranking of the 100 Best Places to Work in New York City for 2021. Noodle ranked #65 on the overall list, one of only two education companies included.
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Hispanic Heritage Month Profiles: Academic Director,Christine Levinson

Academic Director Christine Levinson is an experienced teacher and after earning a B.A. in English from the University of Missouri, went on to earn a Master’s degree in Cross-Cultural Teaching from National University, as well as one in Curriculum and Instruction from California State University Dominguez Hills. She topped off her schooling-- with a doctorate in Education from the University of Southern California.
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Episode 8: The Most Interesting People In Higher Ed Podcast (featuring Dr. Yvette Alex-Assensoh)

Dr. Alex-Assensoh begins by defining some key terms and examining why colleges have moved to add equity and inclusion to diversity. She goes into detail about specific strategies for improving DEI in higher education including curriculum, cultural humility, and inclusive space for faculty.
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Hispanic Heritage Month Profiles: Managing Director, Enrollment, Raul A. Vazquez

Managing Director, Enrollment Management Services, Raul A. Vazquez is experienced in operations and strategy within the higher education management space. He is skilled in training and development, as well as developing outreach strategies and systems. Raul is a graduate of Bridgewater State University with a BS in Business Management.
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Hispanic Heritage Month Profiles: Director of Compliance Vanessa Pacheco Bell

Director of Compliance Vanessa Bell has nearly a decade’s experience in data privacy law, data security, and regulatory compliance within the higher education space. She is a graduate of both Florida State University with a BS in Economics and the Florida International University School of Law. Vanessa is licensed to practice law in Florida, New York, and Washington, D.C.
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Three Butler University Online Graduate Degree Programs Now Open for Enrollment

Three of Butler University's online graduate degree programs: Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Strategic Communication (MSSC), and Master of Science in Data Analytics (MSDA) are now open for enrollment. The programs are accepting applications for spring 2022.
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Publication Radar: Noodle Chief Academic Officer Melora Sundt and Academic Director Leslie Wheaton published in Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning

Two members of Noodle's Learning team were published today in International Perspectives on Supporting and Engaging Online Learners (Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning, Vol. 39). The work also marks Noodle's VP of Student Affairs Jaimie Hoffman's second edited volume.
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Episode 7: The Most Interesting People In Higher Ed Podcast (featuring Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis)

‍On this episode of the Most Interesting People in Higher Education, we are honored to be joined by the president of Benedict College, the magnificent Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis. Dr. Artis is one of the most impressive people you will ever meet, having won dozens of awards and twice being the first female president of a university. Dr. Artis begins by discussing her educational roots at an HBCU. She shares the challenges
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Noodle Appoints Brad Parrish Vice President, University Partnerships

Noodle, the country's fastest-growing online learning network, announced today the appointment of Brad Parrish to vice president, university partnerships. In this new role, Parrish will lead partnership development efforts for Noodle's newly announced lifelong learning platform, which will help universities meet the rising student demand for courses, certificates and other non-degree offerings.
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Noodle Launches Platform to Help Universities Compete In Lifelong Learning Market

Noodle, the country's fastest growing online higher education network, announced today the launch of a platform to help universities meet the rising student demand for online lifelong learning. Case Western Reserve University, Columbia Business School, and University of Michigan have signed on as partners, with a launch scheduled for early 2022.
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Pride Month Profiles: Michelle Winsor

Managing Director of Marketing Communications Michelle Winsor has almost 20 years of experience in the higher education space, most of which have focused heavily on multi-department process development, web/SharePoint development, and project management. She serendipitously joined the email and CRM communication space in 2015, successfully aligning her expertise in strategy, creativity, and technology.
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Pride Month Profiles: Scott H. Levine, PhD

Senior Vice President of University Relations Scott Levine has helped more than 100 colleges and universities make process improvements based on market research. Since 2010, he has focused on helping universities create, launch, and scale high-demand online degrees with a focus on matching external market demand with internal institutional readiness to present the best online offerings.
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Episode 6: The Most Interesting People In Higher Ed Podcast (featuring Rich Lyons)

What exactly does it mean to be the Chief Innovation and Entrepreneurship Officer at UC Berkeley? We wanted to find out, so we invited Rich Lyons to give us the scoop. Rich discusses the exciting initiatives he’s involved in at Berkeley, including a bio-enginuity incubator, a research infrastructure commons, and the “Changemaker” course.
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Pitt Expands Access to Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Programs with Hybrid Offerings

The School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is now offering its No. 1 ranked Doctor of Physical Therapy and its Physician Assistant Studies programs in a hybrid format to serve more communities and students
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Pride Month Profiles: Ryan Walsh

Human Resources Coordinator Ryan Walsh joined Noodle after more than a decade in the food and beverage industry. While working full time in customer service, Ryan had achieved his goal of becoming the first person in his family to graduate with a degree in higher education after earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in World Languages and Cultures from Salem State University.
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Butler University Invests in Online Graduate Degrees for Adult Learners Through Collaboration with Noodle

Noodle, the country's fastest-growing online learning network, announced a partnership with Butler University, named the Midwest Region's #1 Most Innovative School by U.S. News & World Report. The partnership will build on Butler's strategy of increasing adult learners' access to higher education by immediately launching three online programs with plans for adding more in the near future.
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Pride Month Profiles: Todd Hill-Jones

Prior to joining Noodle in 2019, Director of Operations Todd Hill-Jones served for three years as Policy and Research Program Manager at the Urban Institute’s Housing Finance Policy Center in Washington, D.C., where he directed all aspects of the center’s high-profile research initiatives.
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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Profiles: Sydney McCann

Before joining Noodle, Sydney McCann worked within the ed-tech space at Instructure for four years in order to implement the online programs of higher education universities. During that time, Sydney helped Instructure break through to the Canadian higher education market and build up their data warehouse offerings.
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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Profiles: Vinay Ganti

After earning a Bachelor Degree in International Relations at Brown University, Noodle Senior Vice President, Partnerships Vinay Ganti went on to achieve a law degree at the New York University of Law and an MBA at the NYU Stern School of Business.
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Episode 5: The Most Interesting People In Higher Ed Podcast (featuring Joshua Kim and Edward Maloney)

Joshua Kim and Edward Maloney are arguably online higher ed’s most iconic duo. The co-authors of “Learning Innovation and The Future of Higher Education” join Lee for Episode 5 of The Most Interesting People in Higher Ed to share their unique perspectives on online higher ed: what’s shaped its evolution, the challenges it faces today, and the expansive opportunities that lie ahead (plus, some high-quality banter).
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University of Tennessee, Knoxville Announces Online Master's Degree in Computer Science

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville is announcing the addition of an online Master of Science (MS) degree in Computer Science. This is the latest chapter in the university's collaboration with Noodle, the country's fastest growing online learning network.
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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Profiles: Eugene Choe

During his formative years, data scientist Eugene Choe attended United World College of South East Asia (UWCSEA) in Singapore, an independent international school and part of the World College Movement founded by German educator Kurt Hahn. From there he enrolled at Williams College, a small liberal arts institution in Williamstown, Massachusetts.
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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Profiles: Brittany Wu

Brittany joined Noodle after working at the career services and the professionalism department at Penn Law. Overall, she is passionate about thinking critically on how to make the U.S. education system equitable.Brittany holds a M.S.Ed in Higher Education at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to her master's, she double majored in Early Childhood Family Studies and Spanish.
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Stevens Institute of Technology Continues Collaboration with Noodle to Add Three New Online Master's Degrees

Stevens Institute of Technology, a premier research and technology-centric university in Hoboken, N.J., is continuing its collaboration with Noodle, the fastest growing online learning network in the country, to further broaden its offerings of online classes at the master's level.
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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Profiles: Kevin Phang

As a young boy, Kevin Phang emigrated from Burma to the United States with his family. After attending Lowell High School in San Francisco, he was accepted into the University of California at Irvine and later graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Criminology, Law and Society, as well as a minor in Management.
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Columbia Business School’s Prestigious Advanced Management Program Is Now Open For Enrollment in New Blended Format

The redesigned Advanced Management Program from Columbia Business School Executive Education is now admitting participants into its first cohort, which kicks off classes in Fall 2021. The immersive 22-week program that blends both live online, asynchronous, and in-person modules is designed for senior-level executives to learn from and network with today’s top business visionaries.
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Episode 4: The Most Interesting People In Higher Ed Podcast (featuring Rich Helldobler)

What does it mean to leave a great legacy behind? Rich Helldobler, President of William Paterson University, has some ideas. Rich delves into his story, his education and the mentors that helped him find his passion in theatre and dance.
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Tulane University Expands Collaboration with Noodle to Include Master's Degrees in Disaster Management and Industrial Hygiene and a Master Class in Disaster Preparedness

Tulane University's School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (SPHTM) announces the expansion of its collaboration with Noodle, the nation's fastest growing online learning network, to include a Master of Public Health in Disaster Management and a Master of Science in Public Health in Industrial Hygiene.
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Case Western Reserve University’s School of Engineering to Launch New Online MS in Computer Science with Noodle

CLEVELAND (March 31, 2021)— Case Western Reserve University is collaborating with Noodle, the nation’s leading online higher education network, to launch an Online Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) through the Case School of Engineering.The program launches in fall 2021 and will complement successful on-campus programs.‍This is Noodle’s second online program launch with Case Western Reserve.
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Women's History Month Profiles: Anna Greenberg

Anna Greenberg is an accomplished financial professional with 20 years of international experience in finance and operations management. After spending 15 years in global finance roles at corporations such as IBM, Omnicom and Deloitte, Anna found herself enticed into the world of New York City start-ups, where she fell in love with the dynamic energy, sense of purpose and meaningfulness of the work.
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Women's History Month Profiles: Meredith Ruble

Meredith Ruble has been CFO for Noodle Companies since June 2017, and recently transitioned to CFO of Noodle Partners where she leads capital raising and financial and accounting efforts. Prior to joining Noodle, Ruble served as CFO for iD Tech Camps, the largest tech camp education company in the country, where she helped double revenue over three years.
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University of Tennessee, Knoxville Expands Online Portfolio with Noodle to Include Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) / Applied Studies Through College of Arts and Sciences

UT's BIS degree supports Tennessee's "Drive to 55" mandate to equip 55 percent of Tennesseans with college degrees or certificates by 2025
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Women's History Month Panel: How The Women In Our History Inspire Us

This week, five of Noodle's women leaders met for a panel in celebration of Women's History Month. Watch the zoom webinar and find the auto-generated transcript here.
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Women's History Month Profiles: Melora Sundt

Dr. Melora Sundt joined Noodle Partners after working as a Professor of Clinical Education at the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education. In that role she designed, built and taught several online and blended doctoral programs. Sundt also served as Executive Vice Dean, overseeing degree programs, student services, faculty affairs, continuing education and research.
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Episode 3: The Most Interesting People In Higher Ed Podcast (featuring Dr. Sevin Yeltekin)

We’re joined by Dr. Sevin Yeltekin, the Dean of the Simon Business School at the University of Rochester. Dr. Yeltekin discusses her upbringing in Istanbul, her ideas around cryptocurrency as a leading researcher in the field, and her time at Carnegie Mellon University as a professor of Economics and a senior associate dean at the Tepper School of Business.
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Tulane University Expands Collaboration with Noodle to Include Master of Health Administration

Tulane University announces the expansion of its collaboration with Noodle, the nation's fastest growing provider of online program management, to include a Master of Health Administration (MHA) from the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (SPHTM). The Master of Health Administration program will launch in Fall 2021.
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Women's History Month Profiles: Cammie Hebert

Focusing on new business development, Cammie Hebert both provides marketplace perspective and improves sales processes and operations strategy. She has been working in the online program management space for over 5 years to develop, launch, and scale strategic online offerings based on institutional objectives and market demand.
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Women's History Month Profiles: Karen Pryor

Karen Pryor is Director I of Enrollment working with the Howard University School of Business, working specifically with the Executive MBA program. Beginning her career in Marketing & Sales, Pryor worked in various industries including Transportation and Event Management.
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Noodle Profiles in Diversity: Stephen Green, Chief Program Officer

Chief Program Officer Stephen Green oversees all of Noodle's 20+ university partnerships and 50+ online programs in the core functions of online program management, and is committed to improving the intersection of access, education, and technology.
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Episode 2: The Most Interesting People In Higher Ed Podcast (featuring Dr. Michael Sorrell)

Lee and Paul Quinn College’s President Dr. Michael Sorrell discuss what great leadership looks like and why Paul Quinn College was the perfect place for Dr. Sorrell to thrive. Dr. Sorrell tells Lee about the first time he wanted to be a college president and the series of events leading up to his decision, 14 years ago, to lead an institution in need.
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Noodle Profiles in Diversity: Alix Dejean, General Manager

Alix Dejean joined Noodle from Dewey Square Group (DSG), a global strategic communications and advisory firm, where he was a Principal in the State and Local Affairs and Multicultural Affairs practices. While at DSG, Dejean advised Fortune 500 companies, foundations and emerging companies on strategic communications, stakeholder engagement, crisis management, diversity, reputation, and public affairs matters.
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Noodle Profiles in Diversity: Adamah Cole, Head of Strategic Branding

Adamah Cole began his professional career as a member of Teach For America (TFA) and a 4th grade teacher in the Bronx, New York. After serving as a member of the Alumni Affairs team of TFA, he simultaneously earned an MBA from the Wharton School of Business and an MA from the Joseph H. Lauder Institute for Management & International Studies.
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Episode 1: The Most Interesting People In Higher Ed Podcast (featuring Dr. Tony Delitto)

For our first episode, we're joined by the Dean from the University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, home to some of the nation’s top-ranked programs including Physical Therapy (#1), Occupational Therapy (#3), Speech-Language Pathology (#3) and Audiology (#7), Dr. Tony Delitto. Lee's conversation with Dr. Delitto starts around the time of high school graduation.
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Noodle Profiles in Diversity: Sonya Spann, Director of Operations

Sonya has spent nearly a decade partnering with domestic and global foundations, non-profit organizations, and academic institutions to extend their brands into the digital space through multi-channel marketing, advertising, and fundraising initiatives. She has also led small teams through the product development life cycle as a consultant with a focus in user research and user experience strategy.
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Noodle Profiles in Diversity: Jarumi Crooks, Enrollment Advisor

Jarumi Crooks is an Enrollment Advisor in the Philadelphia office for the Howard University Executive MBA program. Prior to joining Noodle, he worked in internal recruitment for a Fortune 100 financial services company as well as recruitment and HR for a boutique educational search organization.
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Noodle Profiles in Diversity: Jane Hamilton, General Manager

Before joining Noodle, Jane Hamilton for the past four years has served as Chief of Staff and campaign manager for Congressman Marc Veasey, representing the 33rd Congressional District of Texas. In that role she created the framework for the implementation of all political, legislative, and communication goals.
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Noodle Earns Prestigious B Corp™ Certification

Noodle, which helps dozens of top US universities build and grow their online and hybrid learning programs, has earned B Corp™ Certification, announced CEO John Katzman.
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Noodle Profiles in Diversity: Abé Perry, Managing Director of Enrollment Management

As a dynamic, entrepreneurial leader with over 10 years of experience driving strategic partnerships, sales, and performance at an educational technology company, Abé Perry has coordinated with staff and leadership to develop and consistently exceed targets for improvement. Perry proactively established goals and motivated cross-functional teams to achieve them.
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Noodle Profiles in Diversity: Laura S. Hertzog, General Counsel

Laura S. Hertzog brings more than 25 years of experience in higher education, litigation, and work with both public and private entities to Noodle. At one time she served as Special Counsel to the President and Dean of Faculty and Staff Relations at Hunter College, the largest college in the City University of New York (CUNY) system, where she had previously served as Dean for Diversity and Compliance and Special..
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Noodle Recognized by Built In as 2021 “NYC Best Places to Work”

NEW YORK, NY – January 29, 2021. Built In announced that Noodle, which helps a network of elite universities use technology more effectively, was honored in its 2021 “Best Places to Work” Awards. Specifically, Noodle was recognized in Built In’s “NYC 100 Best Places to Work,” “NYC 100 Best Midsize Companies,” and “NYC 50 Companies with Best Perks & Benefits.”
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Noodle Appoints Owen Burritt Vice President, University Partnerships

NEW YORK, NY (January 11, 2021)-Owen Burritt has been appointed Vice President of University Partnerships, announced John Katzman, CEO of Noodle, which helps a network of elite universities use technology more effectively. Noodle has launched more online programs since 2019 than all its competitors combined.
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Noodle Appoints Laura S. Hertzog General Counsel

NEW YORK, NY - January 6, 2021 - Laura S. Hertzog has been appointed general counsel for Noodle, announced CEO John Katzman, bringing a broad range of legal expertise in higher education law, labor and employment matters, compliance and diversity and inclusion to the nation’s leading online higher education network. Over the past two years, Noodle has launched as many online programs at elite universities as all of i
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Noodle Collaborates with Columbia Business School’s Executive Education to Transform its Flagship Advanced Management Program

Noodle, a leading online higher education network, announced a new collaboration with Columbia Business School to redesign the School’s current NYC-based Advanced Management Program into a new, blended, multi-modular format.The redesigned Advanced Management Program (AMP) from Columbia Business School Executive Education launches in Summer 2021. This is Noodle’s first online program collaboration with Columbia
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Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School Launches Online MBA with Noodle

Case Western Reserve University is collaborating with Noodle, a leading online higher education network, to launch an Online MBA with a focus in Healthcare Management through the Weatherhead School of Management. The MBA program launches in Fall 2021 and will complement successful ground-based programs. This is Noodle’s first online program launch with Case Western Reserve University.
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Noodle Grows Network Though Acquisition of HotChalk

Noodle, which helps dozens of top US universities build and grow their online and hybrid programs, today acquired key assets of HotChalk, a leading online program manager (OPM), effective today,November 20, 2020.
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Noodle Partners Changes Corporate Brand Name to Noodle

Noodle Partners, the nation’s fastest growing online higher education network, will shift to become “Noodle,” effective immediately.
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Tufts University to Add New Online Master's in Data Science and Post Baccalaureate in Computer Science

Tufts University School of Engineering is collaborating with Noodle Partners, a leading online program manager (OPM), to launch a new online Master of Science in Data Science program and a Post-Baccalaureate in Computer Science.
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Noodle Partners and Stevens Institute of Technology Address Shifting Demand with Online Programs

Responding quickly to adult learners’ needs amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Stevens Institute of Technology today announced a new emphasis on high-demand online graduate programs by partnering with ​Noodle Partners​, the fastest-growing online program manager.
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The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business and Noodle Partners To Continue Success With Launch of Executive MBA for Global Supply Chain

As part of a ten-program deal with the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Noodle Partners is now supporting the Haslam College of Business’ top-ranked and world-renowned Executive MBA for Global Supply Chain.
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Noodle Partners Raises Series B to Expand Its Network of Innovative, Resilient Universities

Noodle Partners works with two dozen leading public (such as University of Tennessee, University of Virginia, and University of Michigan) and private universities (such as Howard University, Tufts University, and Tulane University), to help build excellent online programs and make their on-campus programs more flexible, efficient, and resilient.
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Noodle Partners and the University of Washington Strike Innovative Partnership to Bring Degree Programs Online

The University of Washington selected Noodle Partners, the fastest-growing online program manager, to bring the Information School’s Master of Science in Information Management (MSIM) degree to life in the virtual world.
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WATCH: COVID-19 & Campus Webinar: First Steps to Move Online Quickly

It's not easy to go online, and it's especially challenging in a crisis situation. Online higher education experts from Noodle Partners and the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine co-hosted an interactive webinar week to help prepare university faculty and leadership for a swift online move.
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Howard University School of Business Teams Up With Noodle Partners To Expand Access To Top-Ranked Elite Global Business Education Online

The Howard University School of Business (HUSB), whose MBA has ranked #1 Greatest Resource for Minority Students for 16 consecutive years, announced its partnership with Noodle Partners to launch an Online MBA and invest in the growth of its online Executive MBA (EMBA).
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COVID-19 & Campus Webinar: First Steps to Move Online Quickly

Online higher education experts from Noodle Partners and the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine are co-hosting an interactive webinar this Wednesday, 3/11 at 1pm ET to help prepare university faculty and leadership for a swift online move.‍
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University of Tulsa and Noodle Partners Team Up To Offer Online Degrees

The University of Tulsa (TU), Oklahoma’s highest-ranked national university, is launching an online MBA and elevating its online master's in cybersecurity with Noodle Partners, the fastest-growing online program manager.
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Online Learning: The Great Exodus

Data reveals that online learners consistently and increasingly prefer to study at local institutions.
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Hindsight from 2020: Noodle Partners 2019 year in review

Noodle Partners, the fastest-growing online program manager, entered 2020 with momentum following two strong years of unprecedented partnership and program growth.
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Tufts University Announces Launch of Online Master of Science in Computer Science in Collaboration with Noodle Partners

Tufts University School of Engineering is collaborating with Noodle Partners, a leading online program manager (OPM), to launch a new online Master of Science in Computer Science degree program which is expected to get underway in Fall 2020.
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U-M Nursing Selects Noodle Partners to Help Launch Online MSN Program in Leadership, Analytics and Innovation

The University of Michigan School of Nursing has announced a partnership with online program manager (OPM) Noodle Partners to develop its new fully online Master of Science in Nursing program in Leadership, Analytics and Innovation. Courses officially begin in fall 2020.
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University of Virginia teams with General Assembly and Noodle Partners on new tech bootcamps

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.
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UT Haslam’s Inaugural Online Supply Chain Management Program Kicks Off

The online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business has launched with a full student cohort.
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Congrats, Grads!

In Fall 2017 and Spring 2018, two brave groups of students enrolled in the first-ever Noodle Partners-built online graduate programs: the American University School of Education’s online Masters in Education Policy and Leadership (EPL) and the Tulane University School of Social Work’s online Master of Social Work (MSW).
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Building a virtual campus with Noodle Partners

It takes a village to build an excellent learning environment for online students. But beyond effective instructional design and rock-solid tech support, how do you help online students feel like they’re actually part of the community that surrounds them? It’s a question as old as online higher education itself, and one that we at Noodle Partners are hard at work trying to solve.
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Pitt Launches Online Master of Science in Health Informatics with Noodle Partners

The University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (SHRS) today launched its first-ever online Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) degree program to address the growing need for professionals who can use data to improve the quality of care.‍
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The Katz School Brings Two Innovative Graduate Programs Online with Noodle Partners

Today, the Katz School of Science and Health (Katz) at Yeshiva University launched two innovative online graduate degrees: a Master of Science in Data Analytics and Visualization and a Master of Science in Digital Marketing and Media.
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Tulane Launches Online Doctorate In Social Work With Noodle Partners

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.
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American University School of Education and Noodle Partners Celebrate First Online Graduation

The inaugural cohort of American University School of Education’s online Masters in Education Policy and Leadership (EPL) program graduated this past weekend, May 11, 2019.
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The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Launches Online Master’s in Supply Chain Management with Noodle Partners

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business is recruiting students to its new online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program
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American University To Offer First Online Doctorate Program With Noodle Partners

Noodle Partners, the nation’s fastest-growing online program manager (OPM), announced today that it will be launching its first-ever online doctorate program, The EdD in Education Policy and Leadership, with American University School of Education.
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Tulane Expands its Partnership with Noodle Partners with an Online Master of Public Health

The Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine is launching an online Master of Public Health with Noodle Partners, the university’s longtime online innovation partner.
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University of Tennessee To Expand Online Degree Programs 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.
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SXSWedu: Reducing Inefficiencies in Higher Ed

Lowering the cost of higher ed through the strategic use of technology was the central theme of the discussion-- a goal that Katzman believes can be achieved by thinking carefully about how to lower the administrative costs associated with online programs.
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The Week of Digital Transformation of Higher Education: Presented by Noodle Partners and The American Council on Education

Noodle Partners and the American Council on Education (ACE) are unveiling “ACE Engage” next week, a first-of-its-kind online professional learning platform designed to encourage collaboration and community amongst higher education professionals.
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SHRS joins Noodle Partners as its first Health Sciences partner school

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. SHRS joins Noodle Partners as its first Health Sciences partner school.
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Michigan Ross Selects Noodle Partners to Launch Online MBA Program

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.
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