Explore & celebrate the future of education at the 2017 ASU GSV Summit

Published May 3, 2017

Join us May 8-10 in Salt Lake City for insightful ed-tech panels & a reception honoring this year’s winners of the McGraw Prize in Education

Every year, the ASU GSV Summit brings together thousands of educators and ed tech leaders for an in-depth examination of important topics & trends in education.

From celebrating the 2017 McGraw Prize in Education winners to members of our leadership team participating in a series of panel discussions, we have a full agenda for this year’s conference.

Browse the complete ASU GSV Summit Agenda to learn about the full lineup of sessions, panels, and events for this year's conference.

2017 McGraw Prize award ceremony and presentation of winners:

Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize in Education Reception and Ceremony
Tuesday, May 9th at 5:15-6:00pm MT
Grand Salon Patio, Grand America Hotel (open to all attendees)

Morning Keynote with Dr. Michael Crow of ASU and presentation of the 2017 McGraw Prize Winners
Wednesday, May 10th at 8am MT
Grand Ballroom, Grand America Hotel

Remarks from McGraw-Hill CEO David Levin
Tuesday, May 9th at 4-4:30pm MT
Murano Garden Salon

Panels featuring members of our leadership team:

Are Interoperability Standards Disrupting K-12 Education? | Chief Digital Officer Stephen Laster
Monday, May 8th at 11:00am-12:00pm MT
Grand Ballroom A

Future of Work is Now! | Chief Human Resources Officer Diane Adams
Tuesday, May 9th at 12:00-2:00pm MT
Grand Ballroom (lunch keynote)

Generating Impact: Productive and Beneficial Partnerships with Colleges & Universities | President and CEO David Levin
Tuesday, May 9th at 2:00-3:00pm MT
Envoy Room

Responding to Supply-Demand Imbalances in Competitive Labor Markets | Diane Adams
Tuesday, May 9th at 2:00-3:00pm MT
Imperial Ballroom C

The Potential for Artificial Intelligence to Revolutionize Higher Education | Stephen Laster
Tuesday, May 9th at 3:00-4:00pm MT
Imperial Ballroom D

You can also stop by the McGraw-Hill table in the main hallway anytime to see how we’re applying learning science to improve education outcomes.

We hope to see you in Salt Lake City!