Academic tertiary education, such as from colleges and universities
Achieving institutional goals on NTR (net tuition revenue) is often a top priority for universities – especially at the most tuition-dependent institutions. The strategy for reaching those goals requires collaboration between Admissions and Marketing; however, at many universities, those relationships are fraught. And at some – they are nonexistent. In this episode Jaime talks with her colleague and friend Brent Shock, the VP for Enrollment Management and Student Success at Miami University, about their successful partnership.Key takeaways from from this episode include:Understanding the symbiotic relationship between Admissions and Marketing and the risks that come when the two divisions don't partnerAdvice for forging a collaboration that worksIdeas for mending existing broken relationships and cultivating new onesA dive into how higher ed has ceded the argument around the value of higher educationTips on succession planning for both departmentsConfessions of a Higher Ed CMO is sponsored by our friends at Nectir - the instant chat tool that engages campus communities and reduces burnout. This community and engagement platform is purpose-built for higher education and connects campus classrooms through conversation. In just 12 months, tens of thousands of students, instructors, and administrators at partner campuses have made Nectir an integral part of their daily learning experience. Learn more about how you can get Nectir on your campus here. Confessions of a Higher Ed CMO is a part of the Enrollify Podcast Network. If you like this podcast, chances are you'll like other Enrollify shows too! Our podcast network is growing by the month and we've got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry's best as your hosts. Learn from Mickey Baines, Zach Busekrus, Jeremy Tiers, Corynn Myers, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours!
Dana Wanzer on saving time with Zotero on episode 420 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Most of us do not need to be doing more at this time. -Dana Wanzer It doesn't have to be something that just helps you, it can also help others. -Dana Wanzer Resources Zotero Zotero Connector Proxy server RStudio ZotFile UC Irvine Anteaters Apparently, Bonni was wrong in the episode and anteaters do indeed make the ZOT sound when attacking their prey scite Zotero plugin Mobile apps Robert Talbert Robert Talbert on Teaching in Higher Ed episodes Learn Zotero course
Celebrating 300 Episodes of The Nonprofit Exchange During the past 8 years, we have conducted 300 interviews with some really great people who have shared their wisdom, experiences (both good and bad), and subject matter knowledge to help nonprofit leaders and clergy grow their skill, build higher performing teams, and learn how to attract more revenue to be able to more fully achieve their mission. This episode will consist of the following SynerVision Leaders in a panel discussion: Dr. Todd Greer Dr. Todd Greer is a results-driven developer. Working alongside an individual, team, program, or organization, he partners with them to envision what is possible and shapes the direction to reach this new reality. His life journey has led him through experiences in Politics, Higher Ed, Ministry, Non-profits, Team development, and Startups equipping him to serve leaders and students in a variety of fields. Learning from the strengths of mentors and colleagues, he says, "I been blessed with a holistic focus in the real-world examination of problems for their effective solutions." Specialties: Talent Development, Ideation and Strategy, Lean Startups, Organizational Leadership and Change, Coaching, and Non-Profit Consulting. Russell Dennis Russell David Dennis is a SynerVision WayFinder assisting leaders of nonprofits in running high-performing charities generating enough income to achieve their missions. When you decide to make a difference in the world on your own terms, it is worthwhile to have a conversation with Russell Dennis before you start. His unique blend of experiences, coupled with the business and personal challenges he has overcome, can help you avoid pitfalls that set you back. Focusing on nonprofit difference makers, he provides tools that are easy to access, understand, and implement, that get you results and move you and your organization in the direction you want to go. Russell has been co-host for The Nonprofit Exchange for multiple episodes and brings valuable wisdom to the program. Hugh Ballou Hugh Ballou is a Transformational Leadership Strategist and the Founder and President of SynerVision Leadership Foundation. After forty years of musical conducting experience, he now works as executive coach, process facilitator, trainer, and motivational speaker teaching leaders in many diverse fields the fine-tuned skills employed every day by orchestral conductors. Hugh is the author of ten books on Transformational Leadership and is a recognized expert in working with nonprofit leaders and clergy as well as top leaders in multi-national corporations through his business, SynerVision International, Inc. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are you a team player? What about the folks on your staff? In Higher Ed, a team player is the person who goes above and beyond their own job to pitch in where necessary to make sure things are working as smoothly as possible, right? They come in early, stay late, and pick up the slack when necessary. The more of those team players you have, the more likely you have a winning team. At least, that's what we tell ourselves. In reality, we're constantly asking our strongest players to stop focusing on their own role so they can cover for systemic problems within the institution and our departments. When you look at athletes, the MVPs are the people who invest in doing what they do best in their role - not running around the field or court trying to "help" and do other people's jobs. Yes, they work with each other to achieve their goals, but they stay in their lane. In this episode, I talk about how damaging this team player hoax is both for individuals and your overall team. There are too many of our most valuable team members getting injured and run down because they're trying to be "team players." If we want to create more wins for Higher Ed, we need to rethink this concept. Our staff and our students depend on it.
Nick Andersen '12 is a podcast producer for GBH Boston, the primary PBS member station in Boston. Nick shares with host Benny Klein '24 of the Scholar Media Team about his work on the PBS MASTERPIECE series. Before joining GBH, the producer worked for WBUR, Boston's NPR news station, and NPR's On Point show.The alumnus is also the senior producer for Ministry of Ideas, a “small show about big ideas.” The Harvard Divinity School series is dedicated to investigating and illuminating the ideas that shape our society.As a Morehead-Cain Scholar, Nick wrote for the Daily Tar Heel, the University of North Carolina's student-run newspaper. He earned degrees in history and journalism. Music creditsThe intro and ending music for this episode is by scholar Scott Hallyburton '22, guitarist of the band South of the Soul.The music featured mid-episode is by scholars Asher Wexler '25 and Emmaus Holder '23, with voice-over by scholar Tucker Stillman '25.How to listenOn your mobile device, you can listen and subscribe to Catalyze on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. For any other podcast app, you can find the show using our RSS feed. Catalyze is hosted and produced by Sarah O'Carroll for the Morehead-Cain Foundation, home of the first merit scholarship program in the United States and located at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. You can let us know what you thought of the episode by finding us on Twitter or Instagram at @moreheadcain or you can email us at email@example.com.
We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, YOUR guest is Dr. Fernando Galvan, Secretary General at the International Association of University Presidents (IAUP), & Former President of Universidad de Alcala in Madrid, Spain, YOUR guest cohost is Dr. Vistasp Karbhari, Professor at Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is Fierce Education! Do YOU know the percentage of funds that most colleges in Europe receive from public sources compared to US institutions? Ready to get YOUR mind blown? Listen in to #EdUp! Dr. Fernando Galvan is member of the editorial boards of more than 20 international scholarly journals in English studies, & has supervised 24 PhD dissertations in that field in the period 1988–2012. He was visiting scholar in the Department of Comparative Literature of Harvard University in 1993 & 1994. He was appointed in 1994 member of the International Association of University Professors of English (IAUPE), & in 2003 corresponding fellow (FEA) of The English Association, in the UK. During the academic year 2009–2010 he was associate member of the Faculty of English at the University of Oxford, & in October 2009 was appointed visiting fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. He has held numerous relevant academic positions in Spain & internationally: as member of the boards of the European Association for American Studies (EAAS, 1993–1999), & of the Spanish Society for General & Comparative Literature (SELGYC, 1995–2006); president of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies (AEDEAN, 1996–2002), & president of the European Society for the Study of English (ESSE, 2007–2013) Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message
Reported by Evolllution, Sheila Blanc from the University of Calgary believes it's because we still don't have a shared language to talk about our degree credentials, these microcredentials, and how they connect in a broader framework.
Julia Charles talks about disrupting the syllabus on episode 419 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Disrupting suggests that there is something that necessitates change over time. -Julia Charles I am disrupting an ideology, a way of thinking, about this document. -Julia Charles I view the syllabus as a tool for engagement. -Julia Charles When the syllabus is a document that you can be excited about, students become more creative in the class. -Julia Charles I've learned to ask for help and reach outside of myself. -Julia Charles Resources That Middle World: Race, Performance, and the Politics of Passing - by Julia S. Charles The Loving Luggage Project Beloit College What is it we are trying to disrupt? Julia's tweet with her syllabus The Source Magazine XXL Magazine Help celebrate Julia's 40th birthday by “getting 40 new suitcases for youth currently in or aging out of foster care - any amount helps”
Nora and Scott chat with Rachel Carlson, the founder & CEO of Guild Education, a company that partners with employers including Target, Walmart, Disney and Chipotle, to provide debt-free college degrees to employees. According to a profile in Forbes published last summer, the 32-year-old founder raised money for her company at a $3.75 billion valuation in June, boosting her net worth — and landing her on Forbes' new list of America's most successful self-made women. For more info on our presenting sponsor, check out grayscale.com/businesscasual. Hosts: Nora Ali & Scott Rogowsky Producer: Bella Hutchins Video Editors: Mckenzie Marshall and Christie Muldoon Production, Mixing & Sound Design: Daniel Markus Music: Daniel Markus & Breakmaster Cylinder Fact Checker: Kate Brandt Senior Producer: Katherine Milsop VP, Head of Multimedia: Sarah Singer Full transcripts for all Business Casual episodes available at https://businesscasual.fm
If you're new to Instructional Design, or a more experienced L&D professional, you've probably seen the need for our skills spike recently.There has never been a better time to be an Instructional Designer. Job growth is predicted to be at the top of the list of professional careers. Emerging technologies and a systemic migration of our definition of a learning space has created a wave of innovation like nothing before. The talent and creativity necessary to perform this work has never been more demanding, and sometimes unforgiving.As we think about the future, and our role as instructional designers we are often left wondering where technology and good design best intersect. Is the latest fad in technology worthy of our interest, or just another one-hit wonder? In this new wave of learning design, this tension only gets more pronounced.Joining us this week is Chuck Hodell to talk with us about riding the ISD Wave. We'll focus on how to find the best design solutions for our learning populations based on the competing interests of technology and clients. And how finding that balance is not as difficult as it might first seem to be. Just like riding the pipeline at Oahu, the Supertubes of Jeffrey's Bay or the Mavericks in California; it just requires knowledge, timing and skill!Become virtual friends with the IDIODC gang on Twitter. Remember you can always stay in the loop by searching through the #IDIODC tag:Brent: @BSchlenkerChris: @Chris_V_WIDIODC: @TeamIDIODC Brent Schlenker is dominKnow's Community Manager. Chris Van Wingerden is dominKnow's Sr. VP Learning Solutions. Want to join us live? Follow us on Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/dominknow
In this episode of The Brewstorm, we discuss how you can make your recruitment event a talking point on social channels and leave a lasting impact on attendees. Spoiler alert, a standard intro speaker and some small breakouts aren't enough! If you would prefer to watch as these three brainstorm, discuss, and laugh, please head over to the Enrollify YouTube Channel and hit that Subscribe button today! This episode is brought to you by Doubletake - Doubletake is a team of experts in swag for higher education. From acceptance packages, to prospective student mailers, to admitted students gifts, to admissions fair takeaways, to branded student care packages, Doubletake provides all the creative promotional products and branded merchandise colleges and universities need to elevate your brand, make an impression on students, combat summer melt, and promote school spirit. Convert prospects into applicants, applicants into students, students into raving fans, and alumni into lifelong brand ambassadors with the help of Doubletake.The Brewstorm is a part of the Enrollify Podcast Network. If you like this podcast, chances are you'll like other Enrollify shows too! Our podcast network is growing by the month and we've got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry's best as your hosts. Learn from Mickey Baines, Jeremy Teirs, Jaime Hunt, Corynn Myers, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours!
Today we talk with Dr. David Tilley about current challenges Christian Education is facing. Dr. Tilley has spent 52 years serving in education from K-12 to Higher Ed. In this conversation, he shares some specific cultural, fundraising, and mission challenges in Christian education. https://www.vanderbloemen.com/blog/challenges-christian-education-podcast
During the past two years, faculty have experimented with new teaching modalities and new teaching techniques as we adapted to the COVID pandemic. In this episode, Kevin Gannon joins us to reflect on what we have learned during these experiences and what we are in danger of forgetting. Kevin is a history professor who has recently accepted a new position as the incoming director of the Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence at Queen's University of Charlotte. He is also the author of Radical Hope, a Teaching Manifesto, which is available from West Virginia University Press. A transcript of this episode and show notes may be found at http://teaforteaching.com.
In this episode, Andy has a conversation with Martin Atkins, musician, entrepreneur, author and educator. The two discuss learning how to appreciate the nuances of academia, music education, the museum experience for students, and life stories. We can't wait to hear from you! Connect with the hosts Andrew Hibel and Kelly Cherwin.
In this episode, Clayton, Angie and Zach unpack the challenges with major and program relevance in higher ed and discuss ideas for how to design, develop and promote majors and programs that meet market needs and consumer demands. They discuss:Higher ed's current brand problem in the broader marketplace (fewer students going to college, pop culture challenging the relevance of college, etc.)The rising popularity of alternative education pathways (Lambda School, General Assembly, other bootcamps) Why higher ed must match what the job market is demanding — and the job marketing is changing at an unprecedented place Ideas for how to partner with leaders in the workforce Whether or not we'll see the emergence of “Chief Product Officer” at schoolsHow product as a differentiator can attract and retain attention of adult students About the Series:Attention Retention is a special podcast series on how to attract, enroll, retain, and empower the modern learner – brought to you in partnership with our friends at Archer Education. Over the course of this series, we will cover higher ed's product problem (and how to fix it), the challenges with major and program relevance in today's dynamic market, how to successfully attract, enroll, and retain adult learners, how to compete in a market when your school doesn't have a national brand, and much more.This series is co-hosted with Angie Mohr, the Senior Vice President of Student Engagement and Clayton Dean, Senior Vice President of Agency & Partnership Management at Archer, and Zach Busekrus, from Enrollify. Getting attention is hard enough, so once you have it, you've got to do everything you can to harness it. And that's what our friends at Archer Education help schools do so dang well. While you'll get a taste of some of their ideas on how to optimize marketing and recruitment strategies over the course of this series, in order to really learn more about how Archer revolutionizes the student experience through marketing, enrollment, and retention services for colleges and universities, you'll want to check out the content hub they built exclusively for Enrollify subscribers which you can find at archeredu.com/enrollify.If you like this podcast, chances are you'll like other Enrollify shows too! Our podcast network is growing by the month and we've got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry's best as your hosts. Learn from Mickey Baines, Jeremy Tiers, Jaime Hunt, Corynn Myers, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours!
Guest Dr. Stephen C. Ehrmann joins hosts Tom and Kelvin to discuss lessons learned from studying six exemplar higher ed institutions that have achieved “3fold gains” by improving educational quality, access, and affordability.
On this Juneteenth Weekend, Dr. Stephanie Krusemark, co-host of the AdmitIt podcast, sits down with Dr. Marybeth Gasman to discuss the history of race and culture embedded within the minority serving institutions in the United States. We discuss the positive impact these institutions have on student success, the realistic challenges of their survival and ability to thrive, and why it's important to advocate for their sustainability within the larger higher education ecosystem of colleges and universities in the United States and globally. Dr. Marybeth Gasman is the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Endowed Chair in Education, the Executive Director of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Institute for Leadership, Equity & Justice, and the Executive Director of the Rutgers Center for Minority Serving Institutions at Rutgers University. RESOURCESPublications by Dr. GasmanDoing the Right Thing: How Colleges and Universities Can Undo Systemic Racism in Faculty Hiring (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2022). Educating a Diverse Nation: Lessons from Minority Serving Institutions. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2015). Relevant Context MaterialConsider a College With a Focus on Minority Students, U. S. News and World Report Minority Serving Institutions, American Council on Education Education Dept. Delivers $1.4 Billion in Stimulus Funds to Minority-Serving Institutions, AACRAOBiden Unveils FY 2023 Budget Blueprint, AACRAO
There has never been a better time to be a higher ed CMO. Perception of the value you provide and the importance of our work continues to improve. But that doesn't mean that we don't still have a lot of work to do. In this episode Jaime talks with Jamie Ceman of Chapman University about transitioning from a transactional and reactive model of marketing to a high-performing, data-driven model that leverages best practices to move a university forward. Key takeaways from from this episode include:What is a marketing maturity model and why is it valuable?How to build a high-performing team of marketing professionalsHow to create your own maturity modelHow to create a vision that a team can embraceIdeas for addressing the challenges that get in the way of moving forwardConfessions of a Higher Ed CMO is sponsored by our friends at Nectir - the instant chat tool that engages campus communities and reduces burnout. This community and engagement platform is purpose-built for higher education and connects campus classrooms through conversation. In just 12 months, tens of thousands of students, instructors, and administrators at partner campuses have made Nectir an integral part of their daily learning experience. Learn more about how you can get Nectir on your campus here. Confessions of a Higher Ed CMO is a part of the Enrollify Podcast Network. If you like this podcast, chances are you'll like other Enrollify shows too! Our podcast network is growing by the month and we've got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry's best as your hosts. Learn from Mickey Baines, Zach Busekrus, Jeremy Tiers, Corynn Myers, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours!
A number of important pieces of legislation for higher education are stalled in Congress as the midterm elections draw nearer. Issues like student loan forgiveness, immigration, and on the state level—academic freedom and critical race theory. How will higher ed be impacted as the summer closes in? Jon Fansmith and Sarah Spreitzer talk about all this and more in a live recorded episode. **Tweet suggestions, links, and questions to @ACEducation or firstname.lastname@example.org. EPISODE NOTES Here are some of the links and references from this week's show: Remember the Dreamers #DoublePell Hearing: Strengthening our Workforce and Economy through Higher Education and Immigration, Senate Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship, and Border Safety
Christopher Richmann talks about the self and syllabus project on episode 418 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode There is growing interest in the issue of the self that we bring into the classroom. -Christopher Richmann We are embedded selves and we bring ourselves and all of the artifacts that go along with our teaching into the classroom and into the task of teaching. -Christopher Richmann Am I coming across on my syllabus? Do students meet me in my syllabus? -Christopher Richmann Not all knowledge can be assessed or expressed in the same way. -Christopher Richmann Resources The Self and Syllabus Richmann, Christopher; Kurinec, Courtney; and Millsap, Matthew (2020) "Syllabus Language, Teaching Style, and Instructor Self-Perception: Toward Congruence," International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Vol. 14: No. 2, Article 4. Joshua Been, Assistant Librarian and Director of Data and Digital Scholarship Grasha-Riechmann Teaching-Styles Inventory Death to the Syllabus! Mano Singham Dunning-Kruger effect The Promising Syllabus, by James Lang for The Chronicle of Higher Education Ken Bain Jessamyn Neuhaus Professors Talk Pedagogy Podcast
On this week's episode of The Enrollify Podcast, Zach chats with Kyle Campbell, founder of Education Marketer, about why higher ed has been so slow to adopt TikTok and how higher ed should be thinking about TikTok.Zach and Kyle riff on the opportunity that exists for higher ed marketers to grow their personal brands on platforms like Twitter and LinkedIn and how the growth of one's personal brand directly impacts the growth of the institution. This week's episode is brought to you by - Unibuddy - the leader in peer-to-peer marketing from student recruitment — has now joined an elite roster of Slate Platinum Preferred Partners to kickstart a groundbreaking partnership. This top-level partnership means bringing colleges and universities added benefits and functionality across their tech stack, plus better visibility into student data across all stages of the prospect's higher education journey.If you like this podcast, chances are you'll like other Enrollify shows too! Our podcast network is growing by the month and we've got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry's best as your hosts. Learn from Mickey Baines, Jeremy Tiers, Jaime Hunt, Corynn Myers, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours!
Damn it, Jim! I'm an Instructional Designer! Not a scientist!That may be so, but it doesn't mean you can't perform experiments. Testing things out is how we learn. You can ask experts, consultants, and thought leaders, to give you all the answers, but you'll never truly know what will work until you do it. So, let's learn how to experiment within L&D.Trying things out first is how we gain the confidence to make decisions. And the biggest decision you need to make is how can you improve your work, your team, your training designs, and your career.Shannon Tipton joins us to talk about the insights she gained doing research with Laura Overton. In the middle of 2020 they asked 32 practitioners/thinkers from around the globe "How can L&D emerge stronger from the pandemic?"It turns out that the ability to experiment, try something new, fail fast and learn faster has been a characteristic of high performing learning teams throughout the disruption of the pandemic. Experiments in L&D are under-utilised and misunderstood. What they found is that the right experiments at the right time work. They release creativity and empower innovation through exploration.We'll discuss some of the follow elements of experimentation that YOU can use today:- The anatomy of a great experiment- How to take evidence informed risks- Who to involve and when- Why a pilot is not an experiment- Tactics that work (and don't work)Become virtual friends with the IDIODC gang on Twitter. Remember you can always stay in the loop by searching through the #IDIODC tag:Brent: @BSchlenkerChris: @Chris_V_WIDIODC: @TeamIDIODC Brent Schlenker is dominKnow's Community Manager. Chris Van Wingerden is dominKnow's Sr. VP Learning Solutions. Want to join us live? Follow us on Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/dominknow
Guest: Dr. Kate McConnellThere's more to creating a community than bringing together individuals with a shared purpose or identity; the success of a community depends on the skills and values of those individuals who choose to build and sustain it. As educators, how can we model and teach the core abilities required to create successful communities? Learn how bringing principles of civic engagement to the classroom can positively impact student outcomes and help to instill the attitudes and dispositions that contribute to healthy communities.This episode explores:The importance of human interaction and collaboration to build and sustain communityProviding positive examples for students to build and sustain impactful communitiesTeaching tools and strategies to connect learning outcomes to civic-engagement skillsBuilding respect and trust in collaboration to reach authentic consensus in higher ed
Welcome to the Higher Ed Huddle: Hot Off the Press, a bi-weekly podcast focused on higher ed news and stories. In this episode, co-hosts Joe Traino and Chase Goode, consultants in BerryDunn's Higher Education Management and IT consulting practice, discuss technologies and trends impacting the future of higher ed.
At the conclusion of every IngenioUs conversation, we ask our guests what's on their radar right now? What is top of mind? What keeps them up at night? As seasoned higher ed professionals and thought leaders, the responses suggest that higher education is indeed undergoing a sea wave of change. Depending upon where one's institution is situated, the impact clearly varies. Even still, there are commonalities that emerged across nearly all of our Season 3 conversations. In our final episode for the year, our IngenioUs host, Dr. Melissa Morriss-Olson and Bay Path University EdD in Educational Leadership program coordinator and professor, Dr. Mela Dutka unpack these common themes, adding their own insights about this important moment, what lies ahead, and why it matters.
How does a high school senior become a TA/Adjunt faculty at Michigan State Universtiy? You have to be a very sharp young person with a lot of good advice to share. That is what Michael Avellino brings to the table. As a future undergrad at Cornell University Engineering/Computer Science program, Michael knows a few things about navigating the process of higher ed. A great show for parents, grandparents, and students. For more information please visit http://www.tommattshow.com
On the debut episode of Campus Trap, Ryan Boyd joins me to reflect on how much the stereotypical “college experience” has evolved since our undergraduate days, when a countercultural bacchanalia was still dominant in the popular imagination, if not in practical reality. From the world of keg-stands and bongloads to the sobering realities of 21st century academia, we trace our own paths through graduate school and into a precarious labor market that seems shakier by the minute. How did our collective vision of college transform in the neoliberal era? And now that we're professors ourselves, how do we navigate an increasingly dysfunctional society alongside our students? Listen to Campus Trap and all our bonus stuff by subscribing to the Nostalgia Trap Patreon: patreon.com/nostalgiatrap
Topics Discussed in this Episode:Marjorie's new book, A Leadership Guide for Women in Higher Education.What it means to lead as a woman.The impacts will this new position have on my family? Why this focus and how is this different for women? The importance of assembling a team of support partners—mentors, advisers and sponsors. Recommendations for women who are just starting to assemble their teamsResources Discussed in this Episode:The Council of Independent CollegesA Leadership Guide for Women in Higher EducationMary's blog posts on Marjorie's book: Who's on Your Team?, Focus on the Maybes, and No More Mean GirlsMusic Credits: Magic by Six UmbrellasSound Engineer: Ernesto Valencia
Terry Greene talks about the liberated learners project on episode 417 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode You can learn with style. -Terry Greene If you can advocate for yourself and others, then you can collaborate, network, and build connections. -Terry Greene There are a lot of steps a person can take towards being someone who works well with others. -Terry Greene This is for learners, by learners. It is co-designed with students. -Terry Greene Working with others can be scary, but it is so rewarding in the end. -Terry Greene Resources Liberated Learners: How to Learn with Style Video: What The Heck is The Liberated Learner? Liberated Learners: Acknowledgements Terry's blog post about the Liberated Learners Beats to Study to H5P Pressbooks Liberated Learners: Take Out Menu Seneca College's Independent Music Production Seneca College's Independent Songwriting & Performance
This week on SA Voices From the Field we interviewed Dr. Jill Dunlap and Adriana Alicial-Rodriguez. We continue our discussion on the 50th anniversary of TITLE IX and delve deeper into this with two amazing colleagues that have experienced much with the issue. Jill Dunlap is senior director for research, policy, and civic engagement at NASPA–Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. Prior to joining NASPA, she worked closely with college student survivors of sexual violence for more than 14 years at three different campuses. Her current body of research is focused on a range of social justice topics, including free speech, police reform, racial justice, and guns on campus. She holds a PhD in political science and public administration from Northern Illinois University, and regularly teaches political science, public administration, and public policy at various institutions in the Chicago area. Adriana Alicea-Rodriguez serves as the Associate Vice President for University Compliance Services and Title IX Coordinator at The University of Texas at Austin. Before joining University Compliance Services, Adriana worked in the Office of the Dean of Students as the Associate Director for Student Judicial Services from 2013 to 2015, and as the Director of Title IX Training and Investigations from 2015 to 2019 at UT Austin. Previously, Adriana worked at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), Texas A&M University, and The University of Vermont. Please subscribe to SA Voices from the Field on your favorite podcasting device and share the podcast with other student affairs colleagues!
In this episode of Highway to Higher Ed, Alex is joined by Drew Boudreau, owner of College Audition Pros. As an actor, Drew's credits include regional theatre across the country, Off-Broadway, national tours, cruise ships & more. As a teacher, Drew loves helping students & their families boost their confidence in their college auditions, giving them the keys to elevate their performances & maximize their admissions. Alex and Drew discuss the musical theatre application process, give advice for parents of students seeking to pursue a path in musical theatre, the challenges of the application process, the future changes of musical theatre higher education, how best to prepare for them and advice for parents of younger students.
Building a learning culture is the latest trending priority within many organizations. It's a daunting task. However, it's not impossible. Even the smallest shift in the corporate culture towards a learning culture can offer significant outcomes. But where do we start?The most important step is to define a culture of learning within your organization. While there will be significant similarities at the strategic level for many companies, the systems, processes, and resources will be unique in each case. Once you've defined what the future learning culture should look like, then you should assess your current culture. You never know, you might already have a learning culture but it's just hidden beneath a tyranny of bureaucracy. So, let's start this conversation.Andrew Barry joins us to discuss his approach to developing learning cultures. You can read more and prepare for what to expect, at his substack: curiouslion.substack.com.Become virtual friends with the IDIODC gang on Twitter. Remember you can always stay in the loop by searching through the #IDIODC tag:Brent: @BSchlenkerChris: @Chris_V_WIDIODC: @TeamIDIODC Brent Schlenker is dominKnow's Community Manager. Chris Van Wingerden is dominKnow's Sr. VP Learning Solutions. Want to join us live? Follow us on Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/dominknow
So much news! FSA announcement about draft 2023-2024 FA application materials. CSAC Ops Memo about 2021-2022 Cal Grant C updates. CNN article about loan cancellation for students who attended Corinthian Colleges. Press-Enterprise article about fiscal crisis awaiting community colleges. CNBC article about how students are picking working over going to college. CNBC article about the lost appeal of 4-year colleges for young students. Inside Higher Ed article about the rising numbers of students leaving college before earning their degrees. Chronicle of Higher Ed article about why college costs so much. Hechinger Report article on figuring out the true cost of college. James G Martin Center article about enhancing the value of a college education. Chronicle of Higher Ed article on the short-staffing of FA Offices. "What's Brewing, CCCSFAAA?" is a Studio 1051 production. Studio 1051 is a creative collaboration of Dennis Schroeder and Dana Yarbrough.
Join our warm conversation with Impact 360's Dr. John Basie, Ph.D. He's been in teaching and Higher Education Administration for going on 2 decades. Dr. Basie did his Ph.D. degree in Religion, Politics, and Society at the Baylor University Institute for Church-State Studies, the premier place in the world to study First Amendment religion, culture, and government issues at that time. He now directs Impact 360 Institute, in Pine Mountain, Georgia, affiliated with Union University in Jackson, Tennessee for undergraduate work. For graduate work, their work is partnered with North Greenville University (South Carolina). Both are COC SAC (regionally) (legit) accredited. It's a program that has been rightly influenced by the deep and wonderful life-work of the late great scholar of Christian Philosophy and Spiritual Formation, Dr. Dallas Willard, Ph.D., who taught our mentors at the University of Southern California for many decades, and did it right and was a model for doing it right for our professors and mentors. Major funding for the founding of the Institute came from the Chik-Fil-A family. You can check out the program at https://www.impact360institute.org/ The Republican Professor is a pro-Chik-Fil-A, pro-Higher-Education-done-right, pro-do-something-a-little-differently-in-order-to-do-it-right, pro-conscientiously-taking-the-student-soul-seriously, pro-education-infuenced-by-Dallas-Willard podcast . Welcome, Dr. John Basie, Ph.D. !
Guest: Dr. Craig PepinThe pandemic era has led us to discover new channels of communication, which have connected us across the country and around the world. But what essential aspects of pre-pandemic community are missing in our most task-oriented virtual spaces? Learn about the opportunities and responsibilities we share, as well as the challenges and limitations we face, as members of virtual and in-person communities. See how we can drive innovation while supporting the shared mission and vision of the community.This episode explores:The role that community plays for professional organizations in higher educationPrioritizing human connection and relationship building within work communitiesThe nuances of networking and community, as well as collaboration and consensusCivility, transparency, and equity as key principles to build impactful communities
Ah, college... the classes, the parties, the debt. Is it still worth it? While most schools are seeing their enrollment decline, 'elite' schools are receiving a jump in applications.Take NPR's annual podcast survey – especially if you're a new listener! It's short, anonymous, and will help us serve you better!
As a first-year student – and a first-generation student – Jaime envisioned a life spent researching turtles and cracking the secret to their longevity. From a working class background, she had no idea what marketing was or that it was a field that perfectly blended both art and science. In this episode, Jaime talks with Kin Sejpal, the newly appointed CMO for University of Redlands and a fellow first-generation college student about their experiences rising through the ranks in higher education.Takeaways for this episode include:- How to gain the skills you need for a CMO role- Ideas for building your personal brand- Exploring making the case for professional advancement- How to advocate for yourself as you advanceConfessions of a Higher Ed CMO is sponsored by our friends at Nectir - the instant chat tool that engages campus communities and reduces burnout. This community and engagement platform is purpose-built for higher education and connects campus classrooms through conversation. In just 12 months, tens of thousands of students, instructors, and administrators at partner campuses have made Nectir an integral part of their daily learning experience. Learn more about how you can get Nectir on your campus here. Confessions of a Higher Ed CMO is a part of the Enrollify Podcast Network. If you like this podcast, chances are you'll like other Enrollify shows too! Our podcast network is growing by the month and we've got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry's best as your hosts. Learn from Mickey Baines, Zach Busekrus, Jeremy Tiers, Corynn Myers, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours! Learn more about this episode in our show notes.
Topics Discussed in this Episode:Kim's leadership positions in community colleges for over 20 years. Advice for women thinking about working in community colleges and considering leadership positions in community collegesWhat it takes to become a coach and consultant and why Kim made this moveThe Great Contemplation and what it means for women in higher edRecurring themes in coaching women in higher edResources Discussed in this Episode:Kim Burns's websiteKim on TwitterKim's blog posts at Inside Higher EdKim on LinkedInMusic Credits: Magic by Six UmbrellasSound Engineer: Ernesto Valencia
VaNessa Thompson shares how to engage on social media on episode 416 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Online spaces are not going away. -VaNessa Thompson Resources Mentioned Episode 312 with David White: Digital Visitors and Residents VaNessa on TikTok TikTok: Talking in TikTok language in real life The Good and the Bad: 4 Students Share How Social Media Has Impacted Their Mental Health TikTok: Wikipedia is a great place to start CapCut Notion
On this week's episode of The Enrollify Podcast, Zach sits down with Kin Sejpal, the Associate Vice President, University Marketing Strategy and Creative Services at the Rochester Institute of Technology, to discuss RIT's recently launched “New Economy Majors.”Kin shares the story behind how (and why) the leadership team at RIT decided to select 12 majors from a variety of schools and colleges and repackage these programs as “New Economy Majors.” None of RIT's New Economy Majors were actually new majors. Kin dives deep into the importance of packaging in higher education marketing — the “5th P” in the marketing mix — and unpacks the process her team walked through to bring this initiative to life.You can follow Kin on Twitter or send her an email at email@example.comThis week's episode is brought to you by - UnibuddyEach week, The Enrollify Podcast brings you ideas for how to optimize the resources you do have to generate the results that you need. If you like this podcast, chances are you'll like other Enrollify shows too! Our podcast network is growing by the month and we've got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry's best as your hosts. Learn from Mickey Baines, Jeremy Tiers, Jaime Hunt, Corynn Myers, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours!
We have been following this week's guest for over a decade & we're so excited to have him on. His name is Isaac Morehouse, and his personal mission is to make people free (starting with himself). Freedom is not only a political concept, though that is a major part of it. It begins in the mind.A mindset of freedom, ownership, and agency unshackles people from guilt, shame, fear, status-chasing, compliance, thoughtless following, and listlessness. That mindset is formed by experiences more than through ideas, though both matter. Most people have been conditioned into accepting an unfree world, starting with school and cementing itself in career.So how is he living his mission? That is what we're gonna talk about today—first, through Praxis. Praxis helps people escape the college debt and mindset trap and realize what they can do when they take charge instead of following norms.Secondly, Crash. Crash grew out of that as an effort to reach a much larger audience with a much smaller piece of the freedom puzzle. If we can help people realize just a little bit of the power they have at that crucial moment when they are trying to find a job, we can increase the freedom in the world.This episode is for anyone from the age of 12 to 80 and beyond. In other words, please listen & share this one because what we will talk about is unique, and we gotta get the word out on these topics now more than ever. Welcome to the show, Isaac Morehouse. Websites:https://isaacmorehouse.com/https://discoverpraxis.com/https://careerhackers.com/ Our sponsor this week is Optimal Carnivore. Optimal carnivore sources 100% grass-fed organ meats from New Zealand, freeze-drying the organs & encapsulating them into convenient bovine gelatin capsules. Unlike a lot of areas in the US, NZ still has rich soil, lush greenery & one of the cleanest environments on earth. They currently have a Grass Fed Organ Complex that contains 9 different Organs including Beef Liver, Brain, Thymus, Heart, Kidney, Spleen, Pancreas, Lung and Gallbladder, and a Grass Fed Liver product. These products are perfect for people who are traveling or still trying to develop an appreciation for organ meats. Optimal carnivore covers your bases at home or while traveling, and their products are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished and free of hormones, pesticides, antibiotics and GMOs.The mission over at Optimal Carnivore is to make it easy for people to consume the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. They also plant 1 tree for every product sold which helps the environment! Head to amazon.com/optimalcarnivore and use the code: “vegasave10” to receive 10% off all products!https://www.amazon.com/optimalcarnivoreDiscount code: vegasave10 for 10% off your order. Also sponsored by Regenerative Pastures providing grass-fed meat directly to your door from ranchers who practice regenerative agriculture. This means it's healthier for the environment because of the way the land and animals are managed to sequester carbon, reverse desertification, promote healthy soil biology and in turn create healthier meat for us to consume with higher Omega 3's.They have an incredible selection of grass-fed beef boxes, organ meats and organ jerky that are all regeneratively raised. Supporting Regenerative Pastures directly supports ranchers financially, helps the environment, and ensures high quality, delicious protein for us to eat.https://regenerativepastures.comMake sure to check them out & use FATFUELED to save 30% on your subscription box! **Follow us!**http://www.instagram.com/fatfueledmomhttp://www.instagram.com/dannyvega.mshttp://www.instagram.com/fatfueledkidsYouTubehttp://www.youtube.com/fatfueledfamilyPlease make sure to SUBSCRIBE and leave us a 5-STAR RATING & REVIEW if you like our content!Please visit our blog:http://www.fatfueled.family Carnivore Keto Cut:https://carnivoreketocut.com/sales-page **PRODUCT CODES and LINKS**Amazon Store - http://www.amazon.com/shop/fatfueledmomOptimal Carnivore: amazon.com/optimalcarnivore Discount code: vegasave10KetoLogic 10% discount code: FATFUELEDFAMKetoLogic KETO 30: http://bit.ly/2EaqQRGKetoLogic BHB gummies: http://bit.ly/2DhgvkHFBOMB 20% discount code: FATFUELEDFAMFBOMB nut butters: http://bit.ly/2PySREs1Up Nutrition Supplements: Use code FFM20 for 20% off your order at https://1upnutrition.comCarnivore Crisps! - http://www.carnivorecrisps.com Code: FFF to save.Spiral Band Fitness: Use code MAURA to save 10% at https://www.spiralbandfitness.comPili Nuts: FATFUELEDMOM saves you 10% at http://www.eatpilinuts.comNeuroroast Coffee: KETOCC saves you 10% at http://www.neuroast.comSelect CBD: https://bit.ly/2AesxgyBeautycounter Safe Non-Toxic Beauty Products: http://www.beautycounter.com/mauravegaSanta Cruz Medicinals: Save $5 with code fatfueledmomFat Fueled Family bundle from eBar Cattle Company:https://ebarcattlecompany.com/collections/packages/products/fat-fueled-family-bundleMake sure to use FATFUELEDFAM to save 10% on your entire order!
About This Episode:Higher education is beginning to reassess the college experience in response to the pandemic. Universities are updating curricula to offer larger or more robust professional programs, expanding remote options to ensure students with disabilities and other needs have equal access, and adopting innovative pedagogical methods to effectively teach students from all backgrounds in a variety of modalities. In this episode, we speak with the president of Ohio University about how recent enrollment shifts may affect which programs universities choose to expand; two students with differing views on the future of remote courses; and a geology professor at Coastline College about the benefits and challenges of remote instruction and what college will look like moving forward. Featured on This Episode:President Hugh Sherman is the 22nd President of Ohio University. He earned a B.A. in economics from Guelph University (Canada), an MBA from Northeastern University, and a Ph.D. in strategic management and international business from Temple University. His research interests include corporate governance, international business, entrepreneurship, and economic development.Mayor Steve Patterson is serving as the mayor of the City of Athens, Ohio. Mayor Patterson earned his BS in Psychology with a minor in Biology from the University of North Dakota. He earned his Ph. D in Health Psychology at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland. He served in the United States Air Force for 23 years in both the Enlisted and Commissioned ranks and retired in 2003 as a Major with the District of Columbia Air Nation Guard 113th Fighter Wing. Mayor Patterson lives in Athens, Ohio where he was an Associate Professor of Health Psychology at Ohio University for 18 years until he began his term first term as Mayor in January 2016. Kelly Rupert is a part-time lecturer at Cal State Fullerton and a full-time geology professor at Coastline College. She earned her Bachelor and Master of Science degrees from the University of California, Riverside.Resources for This Episode:City of Athens, OhioOhio UniversityEducation Data InitiativeCoastline CollegeCalifornia State University, Fullerton
Lawrence founded Enrollment Rx in 2008 after he identified the growing need to improve upon traditional CRM technologies in the Higher Ed sector. Lawrence is committed to helping colleges and universities maximize the Salesforce Education Cloud.Lawrence earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Speech Communication from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Master of Science Degree in Electronic Commerce from National Louis University. This episode is brought to you by N2N's Illuminate App, The iPaaS for Higher Education. Learn more at https://illuminateapp.com/web/higher-education/Subscribe and listen to more episodes at IlluminateHigherEducation.comContact Lawrence Levy:https://www.linkedin.com/in/lawrence-levy-0bb4856Learn more about Enrollment Rx: https://www.enrollmentrx.com/
Every enrollment manager knows how important authentic student stories are to the student recruitment process. Prospective students want to know what current students think of your institution — full stop. But sourcing great student stories can be challenging. On this week's episode of Fanatical Fridays, Mickey and Zach brainstorm simple, creative, and effective strategies for finding the best student stories and facilitating interviews that enable these stories to be captured and leveraged. Fanatical Fridays is brought to you by Enrollify. Enrollify is where higher ed comes to learn new marketing skills, discover new software and services, network with the best minds and find their next gig. You can connect with Zach on LinkedIn or Twitter and Mickey on LinkedIn.This week's episode is brought to you by Goodkind - an easy-to-use video engagement platform designed to make each of your prospects feel special, cared for and seen. Increase applications, increase yield, and decrease melt with the power of Goodkind.If you like this podcast, chances are you'll like other Enrollify shows too! Our podcast network is growing by the month and we've got a plethora of marketing, admissions, and higher ed technology shows that are jam packed with stories, ideas, and frameworks all designed to empower you to be a better higher ed professional. Our shows feature a selection of the industry's best as your hosts. Learn from Mickey Baines, Jeremy Tiers, Jaime Hunt, Corynn Myers, Jaime Gleason and many more. Learn more about The Enrollify Podcast Network at podcasts.enrollify.org. Our shows help higher ed marketers and admissions professionals find their next big idea — come and find yours!
In this episode, host Olivia Neal speaks to Mary Ann Blair, the Chief Information Security Officer of Carnegie Mellon University. Blair and her team, the Information Security Office, protect the global research university from cyber threats that attack the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information and systems. Hear her challenges, priorities, and lessons learned since starting her role in 2004. Click here for transcript of this episode. Olivia Neal [host] | LinkedIn | Twitter Microsoft Public Sector Center of Expertise Cybersecurity at Carnegie Mellon University CyLab at Carnegie Mellon University The CERT Division at Carnegie Mellon University Carnegie Mellon University Information Security Office Cybersecurity Center Development at Carnegie Mellon University REN-ISAC (Research Education Networking Information Sharing & Analysis Center) Microsoft Cybersecurity Scholarship Program Learn about Microsoft's new security certifications Learn more about Microsoft Security Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at aka.ms/microsoft/podcasts
Episode 172The Higher Ed AV Life CrossoverLive from #ISE2022 Joe Way: Higher Ed AVTim Van Woeart: The AV LifeGina Sansivero: Atlas IEDNancy Blanchard: Williams AV
In our season 6 finale of the Hatchcast, Diego sits down with Broad Professor Amy Wisner amidst her semester's work of eliminating grades in the Broad required class: MKT 250. From markers of success and alignment of values to mindfulness and growth, this episode is jam-packed with wisdom. If you want to start working on personal growth but don't know where to begin, this episode is for you! Don't miss out on our season finale._______Like what you hear? Let us know! Subscribe and share—we really appreciate it.Have ideas or comments for us? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For behind-the-scenes content, check us out on Facebook and Instagram. Hatchcast is made possible by the Burgess Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Michigan State University in collaboration with the MSU Innovation Center, the MSU Entrepreneurship Association, & MSU Women in Entrepreneurship.Today's episode was written and executive produced by Diego FernandezOriginal Music & Sound Design by Kakia Gkoudina and Karina StankowskiEngineered & Edited by Diego FernandezThe Hatchcast is co-hosted and produced by Gabe Hales, Gabe Berke, Diego Fernandez, Danielle Tice, Karina Stankowski, Charlotte Bachelor, Will Rowan, & Aaryn Richard.MSU Burgess Institute The Burgess Institute empowers Michigan State University students to learn through action.