Supply Change

The supply chain of higher ed: an interview with Dr. Ross Aikins of Penn GSE

If we’re to consider higher education as a supply chain, what would it’s output be? There are a lot of really important supply chains to consider in higher education, whether the supply chain of books and lab materials, or the whole host of materials a mini-city like a university needs to feed and house thousands of students.

But in this episode, we explore an entirely different supply chain of higher education: the supply of students entering into the university and all the challenges and complexity that come with that.

Ron Volpe sat down with the University of Pennsylvania’s Dr. Ross Aikins to discuss the implications of tuition, inequality, admission hurdles, and medication on the supply chain of higher ed.

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