December 20, 2019
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Education leaders at MIT have received a pair of Silver Awards and a Bronze Award at the QS Reimagine Education Awards, an international conference on education held annually in December.

Image of instructors Chris Caplice and Mary Ellen Wiltrout accepting awards
Chris Caplice (left), director of the MicroMasters Program in Supply Chain Management, and Mary Ellen Wiltrout, lecturer in digital learning for biology, receive awards for educational innovation at the QS Reimagine Education Awards.

Photo: MIT Open Learning

A team that developed the MITx MicroMasters® program in supply chain management was honored with a silver award for Best Online Program for Nurturing 21st Center Skills and with a bronze for the North American region. The MITx Biology group received a Silver Award for promoting the science of learning in learning-experience design. Chris Caplice, who directs the MicroMasters in Supply Chain Management, and Mary Ellen Wiltrout, lecturer in digital learning, biology, accepted the awards for these teams, respectively.

The projects were selected for awards from a pool of more than 1,500 submissions across 16 categories.

Read the full article on MIT News.