Creating Experiences Where Students Focus on the Experience & Not (Just) the Grade

As you know, Orbis recently launched our Mindset division and welcomed Bill Heinrich to lead this division.

Bill’s work includes on-campus, regional, and international capacity development focusing on assessment of skills and mindsets, program evaluation, experiential design, teaching, learning, human-centered design, and data analysis. Trained in student development, experiential and organizational learning, and higher education assessment, Bill’s two-decade-long career empowers Mindset with the insights and perspective to tackle higher education’s most pressing questions so that our community can deliver on the promise of student career readiness.

In case you missed it, Bill recently spoke at Brigham Young University’s Experiential Learning Summit Series, joining a range of educators and researchers in addressing the issues affecting the practice of experiential learning. Bill’s presentation delivers insights about how to set students up for transformative learning and career-ready outcomes. Watch it here.

Thank you to our friends at Brigham Young University for inviting Orbis and thank you, Bill!


To connect with Bill, introduce yourself, or ask questions about Mindset, email