This week Daniel L. Rosensweig ’83, president and CEO of Chegg and former HWS Trustee, will discuss adapting education to the pandemic with New York Times Corner Office columnist David Gelles. The event is open to a remote audience and will air live, beginning at 12 p.m. EST on Tuesday, June 9.
Corner Office features Gelles’ interviews with top entrepreneurs, innovators and business leaders. The conversation with Rosensweig will focus on Chegg’s evolving strategy on textbook rentals, the future of the office and the ways educational institutions (and the companies that serve them) will adapt going forward.
Since taking the helm of Chegg in 2010, Rosensweig has re-envisioned the company, transforming what was a textbook rental service into a digital hub that offers college students everything from textbooks and homework help, to eTextbook readers and room décor at a discount. Under Rosensweig’s leadership, Chegg’s acquisitions include Zinch, Cramster, Notehall and Student of Fortune. Today, the company enables students to share notes with classmates, download study guides from professors, and contribute to Q and A forums offering homework help.
Learn more about Rosensweig and his Life of Consequence here.