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Enrollment Growth University is a professional development podcast for higher education leaders looking to grow enrollment at their college or university. Each episode features an interview with a leader in higher education, discussing enrollment growth strategies that are working at their institution, through topics such as: enrollment marketing, adult student recruitment, enrollment management, online learning, student retention, data intelligence, online course development, financial aid, ...
 
Hosted by Lougan Bishop and Jenna Spinelle, Higher Ed Social is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to those that work in higher education. In each episode, we dive into the lives and careers of people who help make colleges and universities work. So sit back, relax and get ready for some fun conversation.
 
Innovative Educators is offering a new segment, Friday 5 Live, where Meg Foster, Online Learning & Design Specialist, with over 20 years of experience in higher education, will interview experts in the field on a variety of timely topics. Each session will be 30 to 60 minutes of engaging content packed with practical information and allowing for interactive Q&A.
 
Changing Higher Ed is dedicated to helping higher education leaders improve their institutions. We offer you the latest in higher ed news, as well as some of the top experts in our profession who share their perspectives on how you can grow your institution. Your host, Dr. Drumm McNaughton, is a renowned leader and pioneer in strategic management systems and leadership, and one of a select group with executive leadership experience in academe, nonprofits, government, and business. Over the c ...
 
Leading Improvements in Higher Education with Stephen Hundley from IUPUI is a service of the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis (assessmentinstitute.iupui.edu), the oldest and largest higher education assessment and improvement event in the U.S. The podcast profiles people, initiatives, institutions, and organizations improving conditions in higher education. Join thought leaders for engaging discussions of enduring and emerging topics, themes, and trends affecting colleges and universitie ...
 
Solutions for Higher Education dives into hot topics in the world of colleges and universities. Sometimes it tackles controversies in education, sometimes it looks at current events, sometimes it's innovations and fun. Brought to you by Southern Utah University, but geared toward anyone with an interest in the subjects, episodes are hosted by SUU's President Scott L Wyatt and Professor Steve Meredith.
 
PeopleAdmin is the leading provider of cloud-based talent management solutions for education and government. Its software enables customers to streamline the hiring process, onboard new employees, efficiently manage positions and employee performance, develop compliant and defensible audit trails, and utilize industry-leading reporting and data-driven predictive analytics.
 
Know yourself. Teach yourself. Improve yourself. School Sucks is a podcast, call-in show, You Tube channel, & web community promoting real education and rooting out indoctrination. We discuss home-education, self-education, critical thinking, self knowledge, peaceful parenting, personal growth, nonviolent communication & non-aggression Tweets by @SchoolSucksShow !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src="//platfo ...
 
In the Higher Ed Happy Hour, three well-known Washington, DC-based journalists and policy wonks -- Kevin Carey of New America, Andrew Kelly of the American Enterprise Institute, and Libby Nelson of Vox.com -- discuss the latest happenings in higher education policy, research, and popular culture. There are special guests, wonky digressions, and excursions into the shocking and absurd.
 
What economic trends today will set the stage for the future? How will legislative actions impact student financial aid? What accounting policy or reporting changes are on the horizon? Navigating the business of higher education institutions requires knowledge about a variety of issues—from finance to campus security. In this podcast series, hear colleagues, experts, and industry leaders explore issues, provide best practices, offer solutions to new questions that may not have been asked bef ...
 
Co-creator of the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society. “There is a calming, quieting, centering practice that leads to insight in every tradition.” Contemplative practice and social change. Mindful emailing. Creative, relational, ritual, cyclical. Mirabai Bush works at an emerging 21st century intersection of industry, social healing, and diverse contemplative practices. Raised Catholic with Joan of Arc as her hero, she is one of the people who brought Buddhism to the West from India in ...
 
Economist and scholar Beth Akers seeks to inform aspiring students about how to make strategic decisions about their higher education. Speaking on topics like how to use data to shop for college or non-college alternatives, how to utilize the student loan system to your advantage, and more, Beth cuts through the romanticism we often attach to college decision making and teaches listeners how to make decisions that are grounded in data and fact.
 
A Higher Education - Recollecting Glory is an invitation to a higher education, starting in the fear of the Lord and ending in Wisdom. Orthodox Christianity has answers to the spiritual problems of every age, including the weaknesses of intellect. We will expose lies, but focus on the Truth Himself.
 
A conversation about race, between siblings Christopher and Jeanette Snider, PhD. Through their personal perspectives on race and identity, her academic pursuits in multiracial issues among higher education students, and the growing public conversation about the meaning and impact of race in our society, there will be much to talk about.
 
The Education ReMade podcast explores what education could look like if it was built to serve all PEOPLE and the PLANET. Najia Lupson, a daughter of South Asian, Muslim immigrants, mom of a biracial toddler and passionate education leader interviews education leaders, teachers, and students as well as writers, designers, and entrepreneurs to provide inspiration and ideas to remake education.
 
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It is generally accepted that by 2035 Africa will have the largest workforce in the world. To support the development of that workforce, the continent is experiencing a wave of privatization, especially in its Higher Education industry. The number of private universities in Africa has grown from 35 in 1969 to 972 in 2015. In EDfricast’s 3rd episode…
 
Karan Raturi, General Manager, North America at UpGrad joined the podcast to discuss the student and enrollment advantages of building global cohorts, especially in preparing students to compete in an increasingly global economy.โดย Eric Olsen: AVP of Marketing at Helix Education
 
For a change of pace this week, David Finegold is the interviewee, speaking with Brad Johnson, the host of the Plexuss podcast, about a range of current issues in higher education. Plexuss is an educational technology company that helps high school students identify the best college for them.โดย New Books Network
 
How can we ease our students back to campus for the Fall 2021 semester while addressing transition and learning loss concerns? Jean Mandernach, an online learning expert and frequent Innovative Educators speaker, shares her insights into how we can best support our students in their return to campus this fall. Jean provides practical tips and recom…
 
Podcast Summary Dr. Drumm McNaughton interviews Dr. Philomena Mantella, President at Grand Valley University, about creating an REP4, an innovation effort using design thinking to improve education. Podcast Highlights REP4 is an alliance of six higher education institutions that are committed to innovation. This effort flips the innovation model th…
 
This week on the final podcast of the season we review campus reopening guidance from across the UK. What happens when the balance between freedom and safety becomes universities’ problem? Plus the skills bill gets read for a second time in the Commons, there’s new UCAS figures to take a look at, and Michelle Donelan has been writing letters about …
 
Since the 18th century, universities' civic missions have evolved beyond widening access to higher education to now include public engagement, economic renewal and community outreach. This week we speak with two experts who are deeply involved in civic activities at their institutions in the UK and in Canada. Jeremy Read is the CEO of the Universit…
 
In this episode, we have an equity conversation in which we preview the Equity-Centered Assessment Landscape Survey. Our guests are Ciji Heiser, Gavin Henning, and Anne Lundquist. Ciji is Director of Assessment and Effectiveness in the Division of Student Affairs at Western Michigan University. Gavin is Professor and Director of Higher Education Pr…
 
In this episode: I talk with Scott Galloway, (better known as Prof G or The Dawg), Professor of Marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business AND serial entrepreneur having founded nine companies! Prof G shares how higher education has lost the script and what we should do about it. Prof G is the New York Times bestselling author of The Four, The A…
 
Radiolab producer Rachael Cusick talks together with her grandmother about their shared loss, and about their experiences with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's five stages of grief. Listen to Rachael's Radiolab episode "The Queen of Dying," about the story and legacy of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. And read Rachael Cusick's Modern Love essay for The New York Time…
 
If you’ve ever lost someone, or watched a medical drama in the last 15 years, you’ve probably heard of The Five Stages of Grief. They’re sort of the world’s worst consolation prize for loss. But last year, we began wondering… Where did these stages come from in the first place? Turns out, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. But the story is much, much more comp…
 
Higher Ed Social founder and co-host emerita Jackie Vetrano joins Lougan and Jenna to celebrate 200 episodes. We talk about returning to work on campus, returning to pre-pandemic activities, and the media empire Jackie’s building through her podcast and Twitch streams — with a few diversions to things like hot tub Twitch and dads on TikTok. We are …
 
Hari huri tau ki a Taringa! Special guests Che Wilson and Rangi Matamua join us in the film studio for our 4th birthday. We answer some audience pātai, and speak in depth about the Tikanga of Matariki and Puanga.โดย Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
 
In early 2021, trustees representing every public university in Colorado joined together to form the Colorado Trustee Network (CTN). This coalition’s mission is to support Coloradan trustees in enacting meaningful change related to Colorado’s investment in higher education, the state’s equity gap, and the alignment of postsecondary education and th…
 
Guest host Jane Kaczmarek presents three stories where facts, beliefs, and fabrications coincide. Essayist Samantha Irby debunks nature, fresh air, and sunshine in “The Case for Remaining Indoors,” performed by Retta. Rebecca Makkai shares tattered facts about a terrorist in “Everything We Know About the Bomber,” performed by John Cameron Mitchell.…
 
Hate crimes in the United States have reached their highest levels in more than a decade, prompting bipartisan support for legislation to combat them and increased resources for law enforcement. But the recent COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act has spurred resistance from an unexpected source: activist groups that represent the people these laws are meant to…
 
You’ve seen the intricate, hand-drawn animations. You’ve heard about the compelling stories. But what is anime and why are so many people attracted to it? Prof. Jo Suzuki, who teaches a class on anime at TMU, answers these questions and more. To learn more about the English department at The Master's University, click here.…
 
A special Moth Radio Hour with stories originating from our annual "Love Hurts" StorySLAM. Love lost, love found, unwanted spotlights and the family we choose. This episode is hosted by Moth Senior Director Jenifer Hixson. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Jenifer Hixson Storytellers: A…
 
Connecting with our customers and truly understanding their needs is one of the most difficult tasks we have. Maneesh Kumar, Collaborative Space Architect, Cal State University, San Luis Obispo, joins the show to talk about how he approaches classroom design. Listen how he educates his customers in order to get buy-in.…
 
On this week's episode of the Tuesday Show Bee and Ursi get to chatting whilst Zac is leisurely vacationing. Topics include: Shadow Fiend, Abaddon, reworking a few items & heroes that are bad/unpopular, Terrorblade, Graphs, Pokeclicker, Coffee, and so much more!
 
What if a culturally-affirming Montessori education was deeply embedded in every school? And what if teachers had the autonomy and resources to build schools that meet the needs and aspirations of the students in their neighborhoods? Meet Wildflower Schools. I talk with Maia Blankenship, a Partner at Wildflower Schools D.C. who has been building ou…
 
Podcast Summary Dr. Drumm McNaughton interviews Dr. Danielle Wilken, the new president at the University of Bridgeport, about the changing plans that have allowed the university to survive through a partnership with Goodwin University. Podcast Highlights Change efforts are not set in stone, so expect things to evolve. This happened with University …
 
Despite how "solo" Kamaar flies, alongside him today is the massively experienced Shannon Warren. In her time as Campus Presidents and overall scholar, Warren shares with us the nuances of staff development. Listen in as they break down what it takes to thoroughly evolve a staff! "With more than 11 years of teaching experience among students repres…
 
Dr. Andrew Crain, Director of Experiential Professional Development at The University of Georgia Graduate School joined the podcast to discuss the student effects of the past year’s internship interruption and how higher ed can facilitate a strong and safe return of our workforce development partnerships this fall.…
 
In the past few weeks, most people have probably seen Britney Spears' name or face everywhere. When she stood in front of a judge (virtually) and protested the conservatorship she's been living under for the past 13 years, one harrowing detail in particular stood out. She told the judge, "I was told right now in the conservatorship, I'm not able to…
 
Guest host Baron Vaughn presents three stories in which people “’fess up.” The title gives it away in “As a 28-Year-Old Latino, I’m Shocked My New Novel, Memoirs of a Middle-Aged White Lady, Has Been So Poorly Received” by Carlos Greaves. In the Heights’ Anthony Ramos performs. A family secret is revealed in “1,000-Year-Old Ghosts” by Laura Chow Re…
 
Last summer, an unexplained phenomenon gripped nightly newscasts and Facebook groups across America: Unsolicited deliveries of obscurely labeled seed packages, seemingly from China, were being sent to Americans’ homes. Recipients reported the packages to local police, news stations, and agriculture departments; searched message boards for explanati…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life. You are smart and capable, but you aren’t an island, and neither are we. So we reached across our mentor network to bring you podcasts on everything from how to finish that project, to how to take care of your beautiful mind. Wish we’d bring in an expert about something? Email us at dr.danamalone@gmail.com or cgessler0…
 
On this week's Thursday Show Ursi and Zac develop themselves as human beings for the betterment of society at-large. Topics include: Sharks, Snapfire, Shark Meals, Shadow Fiend, Man Eater, Item Paths/Timings, which sharks have the coolest fins, a Sven Theory by Zac, the tastiest kinds of chum, Gyrocopter, the Jaws franchise, all these trendy stat b…
 
The story of how the song "Deep End" came into existence and became a hit is kind of wild. One person who really didn’t see it coming is the person who created it, Fousheé. She’s a singer and songwriter from New Jersey. You might have seen her competing on The Voice in 2018. Soon after that, she got asked to make a pack of vocal samples for the mus…
 
I talk with the writer about going through fertility treatments in her late 30s, and why being "on the IVF train" made her get more comfortable with situations out of her control. Have you had to jump through medical or legal hoops to start a family? Tell us the moment you realized that becoming a parent was going to be more difficult than you expe…
 
The ultimate koha: Should I give blood? Is it tapu? This week we host special guests Pio Terei and Nicola Adams (better known as Nix) to discuss donating blood from a mātauranga Māori perspective. Tau ana ngā manuhiri, tau ana ngā kōrero, tau ana te kaupapa.โดย Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
 
This past spring, AGB published the Principles of Trusteeship to enhance the effectiveness of all board members. These nine principles empower each and every board member to serve as strategic thought partners in governance and leadership with their boards, presidents, and leadership teams. In this podcast, Merrill Schwartz, AGB’s senior vice presi…
 
Imagine running support, design, and installation for your college as a one-person full-time staff team. Annie Foster, Audiovisual Technician at Elizabethtown College does just that. Listen to her discuss her career path and how she and her student workers support the needs of the college. Connect with Annie Foster by email at fostera@etown.edu and…
 
How can schools NOT go back to business as usual in the fall? I talk with Jenee Henry Wood who is passionate about social justice. Jenee leads Organizational Learning at Transcend, a national nonprofit whose mission is to support communities to create and spread extraordinary, equitable learning environments. They are a research & development engin…
 
The U.S. economy seems to be showing real signs of life, and lots of people are finally returning to the labor force—eight hundred and fifty thousand in the month of June alone. At the same time, job resignations are at a record high, and many workers are changing careers. With work life at top of mind, we asked three writers to tell us about the m…
 
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