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The Harvard EdCast

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The Harvard EdCast

Harvard Graduate School of Education

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In the complex world of education, the Harvard EdCast keeps the focus simple: what makes a difference for learners, educators, parents, and our communities. The EdCast is a weekly podcast about the ideas that shape education, from early learning through college and career. We talk to teachers, researchers, policymakers, and leaders of schools and systems in the US and around the world — looking for positive approaches to the challenges and inequities in education. Through authentic conversat ...
 
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 ...
 
A podcast on best teaching practices for computer science (CS) that explores both CS education research and pedagogy. We talk with CS educators about how they teach, their research, and something they consider awesome in CS. Funded by a SIGCSE Special Projects grant.
 
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, ...
 
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Higher Ed ReWired

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Higher Ed ReWired

California State University

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California State University podcast Higher Ed Rewired features inspirational stories from higher education faculty, researchers, landscape of postsecondary education. They bring listeners along on their journey of engaging students with innovative practices, overcoming institutional challenges and creating groundbreaking research. Each episode will inspire and expand the listener's understanding of the foundations of student success in higher education.
 
Produced by the New American Colleges & Universities, this podcast wrestles with challenges and opportunities in higher education while providing practical insight for campus leaders. Episodes feature a unique perspective from higher ed insiders, private industry experts, and other voices to capture new ways of thinking about higher education. The monthly podcast also will foster a better understanding of an integrated liberal, professional, and civic education.
 
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CBO Speaks

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CBO Speaks

NACUBO Distance Learning

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CBO Speaks from NACUBO showcases our most seasoned CBO colleagues from top institutions around the country as they share stories of their journey as business officers. Their experiences inspire us and show us what’s possible in our own work.
 
Risk management is complex, and your time is limited. This podcast series helps you keep up on emerging issues in higher education and best risk management practices. Join URMIA leaders, peers, and insurance experts twice a month as they explore timely topics, URMIA member resources, and the profession.
 
Northcentral University Deans, Faculty, and Leadership discuss a wide range of topics with a focus on the higher education community. Tune in to hear from our experts, alumni, students, and faculty: Emerging Trends in Higher Ed (ETHE), our series, Center for the Advancement of Virtual Organizations (CAVO),Center for Transformational Healthcare Leadership (CTHL), and our newly-added series, Virtual Education Support Center (VESC).
 
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Chatting About College

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Chatting About College

Higher Ed News You Can Use From Onondaga Community College

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We highlight big and important things happening at one of America's great community colleges. Onondaga Community College is located in Syracuse, New York. Our outstanding degree and certificate programs prepare students to go directly into the workforce, or seamlessly transfer to a four-year institution.
 
25 Years of Ed Tech is a serialized audio version of the book 25 Years of Ed Tech, written by Martin Weller of the Open University and published by AU Press. The audio version of the book is a collaborative project with a global community of volunteers contributing their voices to narrate a chapter of the book. Bonus episodes are a series of conversations called "Between the Chapters" to chat about these topics and more! "In this lively and approachable volume based on his popular blog serie ...
 
History professor Greg Kaster explores the intersections of liberal arts learning, current events, and real-world problem solving from the campus of Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minn. From conversations with cancer and climate change researchers to behind-the-scenes glimpses into higher ed decision-making, Kaster's short, engaging interviews introduce listeners to the people behind the ideas.
 
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Education Matters

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Education Matters

Ohio Education Association

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Ohio's public schools serve 1.7 million children - 90 percent of students in the state! What happens in the classroom has impacts far beyond the walls of the K-12 school building or higher ed lecture hall. So, on behalf of the 120,000+ members of the Ohio Education Association, we're taking a deeper dive into some of the many education issues facing our students, educators, and communities. Education Matters is your source for insightful conversations with the people who shape the education ...
 
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Higher Ed Social

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Higher Ed Social

Lougan Bishop & Jenna Spinelle

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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.
 
Jim Noguera, a most interested man in the world, is a fiction writer, higher ed teacher, and podcaster. His mission is action through meaning through conversation. He'll talk with musicians, poets, educators, entertainers, or whomever. He believes every person on Earth can teach you something, if you simply take the time to listen. So join him on his quest to learn, grow, and help others.
 
We're not your average education podcast. Whether you're a teacher, parent, education wonk, or concerned citizen, this is your place to learn about the hottest issues affecting education, like reform, teaching tips, policy, and more. Your three hosts, Robby, Pete, and Casey, rarely agree. That's what makes it fun. What we do share is a profound commitment to improving education. Tune in: http://edsnotdeadpc.libsyn.com/ Want more? Check out our blog and website at http://edsnotdead.com!
 
Reckoning Higher Ed (RHE) is dedicated to investigating and understanding the forces impacting higher education. Moreover, RHE will explore these trends to prognosticate what higher education will look like in the coming years. If you are interested in the higher education, be it a professional in the field, or one that interacts with higher ed, or even if you just want to understand universities and colleges better, this podcast is for you!
 
Higher Ed people love talking about higher education in all its forms—we love hearing the stories and learning aspects we don’t know much about. So this podcast will feature two things—meeting the people who love higher ed and are also willing to share their stories; the ups and downs, the mundane and the ridiculous.
 
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The FutureX Podcast

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The FutureX Podcast

Matt Alex, Hector H. Lopez, & Joe Abraham

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Higher Education is at a crossroads. It is at the heart of innovation, yet there are many questions surrounding enrollment and equity, student success, the future of training, and the future of the workforce. The cost and value of a degree is in question around the world. Global education and its future is front and center. In the FutureX Podcast: Changemakers series, we'll be exploring these questions with host, Hector H. Lopez; chief moderator, Matt Alex; and other prominent leaders in Hig ...
 
Beyond the Meter addresses timely topics of interest to executives responsible for renewable energy procurement and distributed energy resources at Fortune 1000 companies, higher education and cities. Each episode delivers insights and information that listeners can use to make smarter energy decisions beyond the meter.
 
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Dave and I share a brief announcement about an upgrade coming later this week to the Teaching in Higher Ed episode library. Once complete, you’ll be able to listen the the entire back catalog of Teaching in Higher Ed episodes on any podcast app. Note: this change may trigger some downloads of old episodes to your podcast app. If it does, please acc…
 
Colleges tend to compete rather than collaborate. That’s why a new five-college cooperative in New Mexico is so unusual. This week’s episode explores the Collaborative for Higher Education Shared Services, or CHESS. It’s made up, so far, of five independent community colleges in New Mexico that have teamed up because they think they’re stronger tog…
 
This week, we take on a big question: What does it mean to be American? KC and Jamil invited twelve people from around campus to answer this question. In this episode, you'll hear the diverse voices of folks from many perspectives and walks of life—immigrant and U.S. born; younger and older; determined and despairing. Here to have the conversation …
 
ACTA’s president Michael Poliakoff has a bracing conversation with Ed Yingling, a co-founder of the Alumni Free Speech Alliance (AFSA)—a new consortium of alumni groups dedicated to preserving free speech on their college campuses. Yingling and ACTA Board member Stuart Taylor, also co-founders of Princetonians for Free Speech, launched the project …
 
Podcast Summary Dr. Drumm McNaughton interviews Mark Lombardi, president at Maryville University, about the institution’s culture of innovation. Podcast Highlights Innovation in higher education involves starting with the end in mind, i.e., identifying the end point and ending date, and then allowing people to innovate with a focus on bringing the …
 
The Great Resignation sweeping the nation has people leaving unsatisfying jobs at unprecedented rates. Higher education is, by many anecdotal accounts, being hit hard by this trend. And that hit is coming at precisely the wrong time, as longer-term dips in enrollment dovetail with a broader cultural questioning of the value of a four-year college d…
 
For this Episode, number 32 in the series of University Registrars Talking About Stuff, I had the privilege of talking about stuff to Stephan van Galen of Groningen University in the Netherlands. We caught up for an in person (in person!) chat at recent HUMANE Winter School where both of us were presenting case studies on our universities and their…
 
This week on “Off The Cuff,” Justin and Karen are joined by the American Council on Education’s Assistant Vice President for Government Relations Jon Fansmith. The group kicks things off by detailing what higher education provisions have made the cut for President Joe Biden’s most recent Build Back Better framework. Karen then provides some fodder …
 
In a sweeping decision amid the height of the pandemic, universities across the nation decided to remove the SAT/ACT as an admission requirement and go test-optional. In the absence of this tool, institutions have been forced to rethink their approach to admissions and take a holistic look at the students who apply. Higher Ed Rewired spoke with Gar…
 
Student Senate Co-Presidents Regina Olono Vidales and Ben Menke, Class of ’22, talk about their paths to Gustavus and their majors, the pandemic’s impact on students, how the Senate operates, the rewards of serving on it, some of its recent accomplishments, the student communities and opportunities that make Gustavus special, and what comes next fo…
 
Time is the raw material of our days. On the one hand it is precise and predictable. The clock chimes hours into equal measures. But on the other hand it is pliable and easily warped. We write the syllabi, we schedule assignments, we set grading schemes. If we are careless, time can unravel and spin out of control. In online education we have inten…
 
Hello, everyone! We are going to have a season 3! But we are going to try something new. Rather than six episodes released every few weeks, we are going on an irregular schedule. We’re picking a theme and running with it until we run out. This season’s theme is “What’s next?” where we focus on how we've rethought our teaching since covid-19. We’ve …
 
Are you interested in starting a business you can run online from home? Many people dream about being their own boss but don’t know how to get started. In this episode, Gina Horkey, author of the Make Money series, chats with Rickard Briggs, Director of Innovation Incubator at Northcentral University, about helping everyday people start a free-lanc…
 
The HBS hosts discuss so-called “cancel culture” and the panic surrounding it. For some, “canceling” is an essential tool of social justice. For others, it is a threat to free speech. In this episode, we try to identify what cancelation involves (de-platforming, boycotting, public criticism, shaming), what it doesn’t involve (actual silencing), and…
 
Featured Education Matters guest: Michael Libecap Springfield Education Association President Teaches in the Springfield City School District's OnCourse virtual learning program Connect with us: Email educationmatters@ohea.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on In…
 
Math class doesn't seem the likely place to practice gratitude, but Michael Fauteux discovered that it had the power to change it. While teaching a 9th grade math class, Fauteux begin implementing moments of gratitude and soon started to see impacts on student learning. Through Fauteux's non-profit GiveThx that uses digital thank you notes and rese…
 
Bonni Stachowiak shares her gratitude for past podcast conversations on episode 389 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I’m feeling grateful for podcasts. -Bonni Stachowiak I am feeling even more grateful for this community of people who care about teaching and learning. -Bonni Stachowiak Resources Mentioned 2021 Podcast F…
 
For a special pre-Thanksgiving episode, the guys discuss Robert Pondiscio's recent piece that disparages Social Emotional Learning / describes it as the new downfall of public education as we know it. https://fordhaminstitute.org/national/commentary/not-everyones-board-turning-schooling-therapy For actual facts about SEL and to ensure you are resid…
 
A 49-year-old mother from Georgia who is a United States Air Force Veteran is this year's student representative on the Board of Trustees. Catherine Hadden is serving as the Student Trustee while pursuing her Nursing degree. As Student Trustee she attends all board meetings, participates in executive sessions or closed-door portions of meetings, an…
 
Dr. Katelyn Aguilar, the newest member of the Gustavus Department of History, on growing up in an inclusive household as the daughter of a high-school basketball coach in Indiana, her path to African American and Sport History, her research on what the University of Miami’s football team of the mid-1980s had to do with the rise of the New Right emb…
 
In this year's Thanksgiving episode, Michael and Natty discuss how to talk about your career goals with family members, the importance of meeting with Career Services after break, steps you can take to prepare for your career over Thanksgiving, and what to do if a family member disagrees with your career aspirations. Mentioned in this week's episod…
 
Ray Schroeder, Senior Fellow at both University of Illinois Springfield and UPCEA, returns to the show to remind us of higher ed’s previous toe-dips into the metaverse back in the early 2000s and how institutions might start positioning themselves for the metaverse future that so many tech companies seem bent on bringing us to.…
 
The HBS hosts discuss the pedagogical pros and cons of thoughts experiments. Philosophy has its own laboratory! While it doesn’t have graduated cylinders or Bunsen burners, it is a “clean room” in which philosophers can distill the essential elements of a theory. We talk about the pros and cons of thought experiments, their uses, and their abuses. …
 
Dr. Janet Wormack is the Vice President for Administration and Finance at Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland. In this episode, Dr. Wormack joins our new host Donna Schiele to talk about navigating as an African American female in a role that’s generally male-dominated, and the power of mentors and networks to find the strength to stay on t…
 
The era of flexible work in higher education has begun. The pandemic drastically altered our collective relationship with work in the moment, but how will faculty, staff and administrative jobs look differently going forward? In this week’s episode, administrators at two institutions that are addressing these questions head-on discuss their approac…
 
This week on "Off The Cuff," Justin is joined by three financial aid professionals who discuss how their offices plan to operate as we transition into 2022 where higher education, like many sectors, begins to approach a resumption of pre-pandemic operations. Tune in hear firsthand from our guests — Tyler Pruett, director of financial aid at Samuel …
 
Angel Herring and KaSondra Toney discuss how to foster a sense of belonging on episode 388 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I see everyone as a contributor in the education process. As a student, you have as much of a say as I do as your instructor. -Angel Herring Once I started focusing on my education more, I realized…
 
Featured Education Matters guest: Malissa Thomas-St. Clair 7th & 8th grade math teacher, Champion Middle School, Columbus Mothers of Murdered Columbus Children founder Central Ohio Crimestoppers Civilian of the Year "I am a 46 year resident of the city of Columbus, Ohio. My heart is with this city. As a native resident I have a rich history that is…
 
Christopher Emdin wants schools to embraces a whole student's identity. For far too long, public education has been stuck where it was not designed for all students, especially students of color, he says. Emdin, an associate professor at Teachers College, has long focused on issues of race, class, and diversity in education. Now, he's proposing a n…
 
After a year without basketball due to COVID-19. the Onondaga Community College Men's Basketball team is back in action. Leading the way for the Lazers are the highly decorated backcourt of Latyce Faison and Jahki Lucas. Two years ago as freshmen, Faison was named an All American and Lucas earned All Region honors. "Everything we do centers around …
 
The ASPA South Florida podcast is back (after a little vacation last month) with Professor Stephen Rolandi, MPA-ASPA Member and past Board Officer for the New York Metropolitan Chapter of ASPA for many years standing. Professor Rolandi is also Past Deputy Commissioner of the NYS Division of Human Rights, and Past Director of the NYC Archives Divisi…
 
Distinguished Civil War historian Gary Gallagher of the University of Virginia on how and why he became interested in the war, his friendship and collaboration with fellow leading Civil War historian James M. McPherson (Gustavus Class of 1958), how “the Appomattox syndrome” distorts historical understanding of the conflict, why it was a “Union war”…
 
Joe Way does a solo episode sharing key takeaways from InfoComm including our people gathering and the announcement of the HETMA-AVIXA Prism Scholarship. Hear about what's happening personally with Joe and the future of Higher Ed AV. Connect with Joe Way on Twitter at @josiahway, and on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josiahway.…
 
Natty and Michael dive into the CS Radio grab-bag to discuss changing your personal email in Handshake, the fastest way to get seen in Career Services, the importance of filling out your summer survey, and upcoming career fairs. Mentioned in this week's episode... Undergraduate Summer Outcomes Survey Post-Graduate Outcomes Survey Virtual Government…
 
Three colleges in Vermont founded the Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium to collaborate on economic and educational initiatives. Corinna Noelke, the consortium’s executive director, talks with us about how this has led to more than $20 million in savings by consolidating services and contracts in finance, human resources, and information te…
 
Episode 47 of the Adventures in Advising podcast is now available! We discuss a variety of topics including: Combining student affairs and academic affairs, moving from faculty advisors to professional advisors, research, scholarship, and the professionalization of advising. And we welcome Dr. Melinda Anderson as a guest host on this episode! In th…
 
In the last month, California enacted a law that could greatly expand the number of bachelor’s degree programs being offered by the state’s 116 community colleges. And Arizona approving legislation allowing massive systems like the Maricopa Community Colleges to award their own four-year degrees for the first time. Half of all states now enable the…
 
The HBS hosts wonder whether there is a uniquely "American" form of Christianity. There are more than 2.3 billion Christians in the world, and 205 million of them live in the United States of America. Is there an identifiable strain of Christianity that is unique to the U.S.? If so, what are its dominant characteristics? How closely does it adhere …
 
Dave and Bonni Stachowiak talks about translating intention into action on episode 387 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Be mindful about what things you are trying to hold in your brain. -Dave Stachowiak Pick one thing, try it, and see what happens. -Dave Stachowiak Resources The Productive Online and Offline Professor:…
 
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