As Thomas Edison State University leads higher education in innovating to increase access for non-traditional students, we are very pleased to have Marc Singer join us and moderate a panel on degree completion for working learners.

Marc is Vice Provost at TESU, responsible for the University’s programs in prior learning assessment, open educational resources, and competency-based education. He directs the National Institute on the Assessment of Adult Learning. He has also worked in assessment and program direction at the College Board and Educational Testing Service, and taught history and humanities at institutions in New Jersey and North Carolina.