Michael is a researcher at EAB specializing in international education and emerging market trends. Since joining in 2019, he has conducted market research to identify academic development opportunities and evaluate existing academic offerings in higher education. His current work ranges on a breadth of topics from career readiness to university partnerships.
In his free time, Michael enjoys playing tennis, cheering on the Washington Capitals, and hiking nature trails.
Michael graduated Cum Laude from the College of the Holy Cross, with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and concentration in Peace and Conflict Studies. He also was named a Scholar Athlete from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.
Research and Insights
Demand for some tech skills is falling faster than employer demand during the recession. To best prepare students for a shifting labor market and recruit students in the future, ensure your curricula are conferring still-in-demand skills.