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In this Sunday edition: More on our new "Hidden Curriculum" series. College Pathways reporter Jill Replogle introduces us to a blind woman who didn't know if college was an option for her...but is now a first-year graduate student. Then, the story of one server from Miami who, little by little, landed herself a scholarship, mentors, and a path to her dream film school. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://laist.com
Roger Sands is a co-founder and CEO of Wyebot Inc. Roger has 17 years of executive management positions in successful networking startups and Fortune 500 companies. Prior to Wyebot, Roger was the Business Line Manager for Hewlett-Packard's WW WLAN business growing it from #6 to #2 market share. Roger joined HP via the acquisition of Colubris Networks a wireless startup where he held a number of executive positions including co-CEO and was instrumental in the HP acquisition. Prior to Colubris, he was a GM at Accton Technology founding the enterprise wireless business and building it to #3 market share via 6 strategic partnerships. Roger also held senior management positions at 3com, USRobotics and Bytex Corporation. Roger holds a Masters and Bachelors in Electrical Engineering at Northeastern University.Understanding Internet Dependency Part 1: https://www.illuminatehighereducation.com/episodes/51This 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 Roger Sands: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roger-sands-4142673Get Information about Wyebot Inc:https://wyebot.com/
Kevin Callinan, Fórsa General Secretary; Martin Heydon, Fine Gael TD for Kildare South and Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine; Matt Carthy, Sinn Féin TD for Cavan Monaghan and spokesperson on Agriculture; Annie Hoey, Labour Senator and spokesperson on Higher Education, Innovation and Science
Martin Heydon, Fine Gael TD for Kildare South and Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine; Matt Carthy, Sinn Féin TD for Cavan Monaghan and spokesperson on Agriculture; Annie Hoey, Labour Senator and spokesperson on Higher Education, Innovation and Science
Mary Favier, Cork GP; Martin Heydon, Fine Gael TD for Kildare South and Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine; Matt Carthy, Sinn Féin TD for Cavan Monaghan and spokesperson on Agriculture; Annie Hoey, Labour Senator and spokesperson on Higher Education, Innovation and Science
Billy Hutchinson, Leader of the Progressive Unionist Party; Martin Heydon, Fine Gael TD for Kildare South and Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine; Matt Carthy, Sinn Féin TD for Cavan Monaghan and spokesperson on Agriculture; Annie Hoey, Labour Senator and spokesperson on Higher Education, Innovation and Science
EPISODE 200 covers entrepreneurship from all areas as Andy Gold shares his stories and work with raising capital, founding companies, teaching entrepreneurship, networking worldwide, launching apps, creating the INLAB, and much more. Thank you for tuning in to Episode #200 of That Entrepreneur Show- The podcast where founders of companies and brands share their entrepreneurial journeys, lessons learned, tips for success, and more each Friday since 2019.College educator and social entrepreneur.Twelve-year career on Wall Street, first serving as a Senior Vice President and Market Strategist for two prominent Wall Street firms, and later raised capital to start-up a hedge fund business.In 1994, founded Terrapath, Inc., a social entrepreneurial venture with a mission of delivering IT and business consulting services to the nonprofit sector. Co-Founder, e2Venture, a corporate training consultancy that provides entrepreneurial mindset workshops. Co-Founded Operation Startup, serving military Veterans, social entrepreneurs, and early stage everyday entrepreneurs through an ideation lab and interdisciplinary institute. Passionate design thinking and effectuation advocate. I have been actively working in support of Veterans and social entrepreneurs interested in business enterprising for over a decade.Since 2007, began teaching in higher education. Currently serve three higher education institutions as a professor. Courses taught include Design Thinking, International Business, Marketing, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Management, and Leadership.Full-time faculty member at Hillsborough Community College (HCC) and co-founder of the HCC Entrepreneurship Program. RESEARCH INTERESTSCross-cultural effects of moral suasion on dishonest behavior. Relationship between time-scarcity and academic performance. The role of serendipity in business formation.OTHER PROJECTS & BUSINESSESIn 2019, co-founded the InLab@HCC, a design thinking center that serves as an Interdisciplinary Institute for Innovation at Hillsborough Community College.In 2016, co-founded Operation Startup - an entrepreneurship center supporting Veterans and their families interested in self employment.Co-Founder of The Rainmaker App, linking job seekers with socially conscious citizens to promote employment.Founding Organizer: 1 Million Cups Tampa, Edcamp Tampa bay LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/profandygold/ ---Listen to all episodes here: https://ThatEntrepreneurShow.Buzzsprout.comWebsite: https://www.VincentALanci.com/YouTubeShow InstagramHost InstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInFor Digital Editing Inquiries and Potential Podcast Guests: Email: PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comAdventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenHappy | https://soundcloud.com/morning-kulishow/happy-background-music-no-copyright-fun-roy
Straight Up Conversation about Education - Changes in higher education in ArubaFollowing the pandemic we have seen numerous changes within Higher Education on the island. During this episode we will look at how these changes are taking place.Straight Up Conversation about Education powered by the University of ArubaSopi Mix Stduio powered by Qredits Aruba & Swingmasterz#sopimix #sopimixstudio #sopimixaruba #podcast #swingmasterz #new #concept #islandlife #islandvibes #wetheislandpeople #onehappyisland Support the show
In episode two of our Strengthening the Forensic Workforce season, Just Science sat down with Dr. Sarah Williams, a Research Associate Professor in Forensic Science at Virginia Commonwealth University and Dr. Keith Morris, a Ming Hsieh Distinguished Teaching Professor of Forensic & Investigative Science at West Virginia University to discuss undergraduate, master's, and doctorate programs in forensic science. This season, Just Science will explore a variety of forensic science programs and the growing need for more doctoral programs. Recent years have also presented unique challenges for hands-on research with the COVID-19 pandemic and misconstrued expectations stemming from the CSI effect, forcing universities and their students to adapt. Listen along as Dr. Morris and Dr. Williams discuss Ph.Ds. in forensic science and the role of NIJ and FEPAC in providing research and education opportunities for the next generation of forensic science professionals. This episode is funded by the National Institute of Justice's Forensic Technology Center of Excellence.
On today's episode, we are joined again by our friend and favorite former NFL Punter Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft). After 16 months, I finally get around to asking Chris some stories from his NFL days, including a "snack" of steak and pasta on the Saturdays before games. He also tells us crazy stories about playing with Adrian Peterson and his RIDICULOUS eating habits. We also talk about players vomiting in training camp, the NCAA and member schools not paying athletes, and student debt as a whole in America. We also talk about systemic healthcare problems in America in the wake of the Roe v Wade decision leak CKSAML Productions This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
Topics Discussed in this Episode:Our dream vacationsEquity and graduate educationMentoring, wellbeing, and professional development of facultyDynamics of power in our everyday workCultural humility, feminist mentoring, and mutualityGender and racial inequalities in the STEM disciplinesInstitutionalized silenceResources Discussed in this Episode:Julie Posselt at University of Southern CaliforniaEquity in Graduate Education initiativeEquity in Science: Representation, Culture, and the Dynamics of Change in Graduate EducationHigher Education Administration for Social Justice and Equity: Critical Perspectives for LeadershipMusic Credits: Magic by Six UmbrellasSound Engineer: Ernesto Valencia
Welcome to Episode 902; Historic perspectives on wine blogs with José Rallo and Felicity Carter Welcome to Wine2Wine Business Forum 2021 Series. The sessions are recorded and uploaded on Italian Wine Podcast. wine2wine is an international wine business forum, held annually in Verona Italy since 2014. The event is a key reference point for wine producers and a diverse variety of wine professionals eager to develop and grow their wine business worldwide. About the Speaker Felicity Carter is a Journalist and editor, she is the Executive Editor at The Drop, the content arm of Pix. Previously she worked for Meininger Verlag, Europe's biggest wine and spirits publisher, where she built Meininger's Wine Business International into the world's only global wine business magazine, with correspondents from 30 countries and subscribers in 38 To learn more visit: Instagram: @carter.felicity Twitter: @FelicityCarter LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/felicity-carter-a5754380/ More about the Moderator José Rallo represents the fifth generation of a Sicilian family with 160 years of experience in quality wine. She graduated in Business and Economics at the S. Anna School of Higher Education and Specialization in Pisa with the highest degree “cum laude plus honorable mention”. After a professional experience in international management consulting companies, in the early 90s José Rallo joined Donnafugata, the family winery founded in 1983 by her parents Giacomo and Gabriella. Together with her brother Antonio, she is today the managing director. Donnafugata has 5 wineries and over 400 hectares of vineyards between Marsala, Contessa Entellina, Pantelleria, Etna and Vittoria, all territories with extraordinary potential. Face and voice of the company, José Rallo leads the marketing and public relations team, oversees management control and the quality system. She is committed to the eco-sustainable and cultural development of her territory: from energy savings to the production of energy from renewable sources, up to the certification of the carbon-footprint; for 20 years she has supported the Scuola Normale di Pisa in archaeological excavations in Sicily and financed the “Giuseppe Nenci” Study Award. To learn more visit: Instagram: @jose.rallo Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, cin cin!
On this episode of For Your Institution, Greg Bauch and Mike Kochczynski from Mongoose are joined by Andy Morris, the Senior Associate Director of Enrollment Management & Recruitment for the College of Community & Public Affairs at Binghamton University to talk about the evolution of recruitment tools and how to best utilize them.
Beth Akers, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, joins The Remnant for extreme wonkery on student debt and the economics of higher education. Why have the Democrats become so fixated on the issue of forgiving student loan debt, and can a moral argument be made for forgiveness? Furthermore, are most graduate programs pointless? How can we fix America's universities? And can anyone match Jonah's raw disdain for journalism schools? Show Notes:- Beth's page at AEI- Beth's first book, Game of Loans- Beth's latest book, Making College Pay- Beth on why student loan cancellation will backfire- Jonah ruminates on student debt- The Remnant with Alex Tabarrok - Bryan Caplan's The Case Against Education- Bryan on Beth's podcast, “An Economist Goes to College”- Bryan on the Remnant- WSJ: “The Elite Master's Degrees That Don't Pay Off”
Hi there, I'm Harry from www.englishlessonviaskype.com and welcome to my English learning podcast where I help you improve your English speaking, listening, pronunciation and grammar.In this podcast episode, I will help you learn 14 English adjectives for describing relationships in English. Positive and negative. Using natural English collocations in your speaking and writing will help you to sound more native in English. These natural English collocations will be useful to you if you are preparing for an English exam (FCE, CAE, CPE, IELTS etc)You can also watch this lesson on my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/learnenglishwithharry Learn English with HarryYou can learn weird and wonderful things about the world at the same time as improving your English with "English Learning for Curious Minds" podcast. Click to listen https://leonardoenglish.com/podcastsAmazing quality online courses starting from only €7.99. Click to enrol today https://www.englishlessonviaskype.com/online-learning-courses/ and improve your English speaking skills, grammar and vocabulary.Support the show
Part 1 of 2 Alison Carson is the Associate Provost for Academic Innovation and Design Thinking and a Professor of Psychology at Manhattanville College. In this Digication Scholars Conversation, Alison describes her role in promoting awareness and appreciation for design thinking among the faculty and students of Manhattanville, and describes the school's newly created certificate in design thinking. While acknowledging the challenges of fostering understanding and willingness to adopt new methods, her commitment to design thinking continually leads to innovative teaching and student success across an array of disciplines. Alison and host Kelly Driscoll discuss a number of these successes, including the school's Atlas program, incorporating ePortfolio into advising, and a recent marketing capstone bringing in four female entrepreneurs to mentor students. Throughout, Alison emphasizes the importance of empathy throughout the design process. “If you're trying to … solve a particular problem, you have to understand the problem from the point of view of the person who's actually experiencing that problem.”
Ever heard someone gambling their life savings away? Well, that's not as rare as you think it is. And gambling addiction has one of the highest suicide rates of any addiction disorder, which is disturbing to hear. Today, we have William "Ted" Hartwell with us discussing gambling addiction in this episode: "Losing It All To Gambling". We discuss William's personal story and struggles with gambling. How he got into it, how deep he got before realizing that he had an issue and needed help. We discussed the modern aspects of gambling, i.e., sports wagering, lootboxes, online gambling, the state of social games and how kids are getting into gambling at an early age and what you, as a parent can do about it. We also learned what the gambling industry is doing to tackle this issue and also what you personally can do about it and how you can get help to overcome this addiction. Go to www.thestandard.academy/getmagazine to become one of the first to get my digital magazine for free that'll help you create a kick-ass life. National Council On Problem Gaming Call 1-800-522-4700 Chat ncpgambling.org/chat Text 1-800-522-4700 A bit about Mr. Hartwell: Mr. Hartwell has a Master's degree in Anthropology and has been a member of the research faculty of the Desert Research Institute (DRI) of the Nevada System of Higher Education since 1991. He is a longtime member of the National Council on Problem Gambling. Mr. Hartwell is the Principal Investigator of a DRI research study examining the impact of problem gambling in Native American tribal communities in Nevada. Mr. Hartwell is in long-term recovery from gambling disorder himself, and he promotes awareness, prevention, and treatment of problem gambling as a consultant to the Nevada Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG). He has spoken publicly and personally on this issue on many occasions and is dedicated to humanizing and illuminating the illness of disordered gambling. He provides annual lectures on this topic for the UNLV Boyd School of Law Gaming Regulation and the University of Utah Gaming Regulation classes, as well as for many other departments within the higher education system. He was a regular participant for many years in the UNLV International Gaming Institute's Responsible Gaming Ambassador training program for Las Vegas Sands Corporation and has consulted to MGM Resorts International and the US-Japan Business Council in their efforts to develop business related to the first Integrated Casino Resorts in Japan. Mr. Hartwell introduced the NCPG's youth gambling awareness and family gambling awareness programs into the Clark County School District in Nevada and he has recently developed educational programs for local schools on the topics of video gaming awareness and student-athlete gambling awareness. Mr. Hartwell has served at the pleasure of three Governors on the Nevada State Advisory Committee on Problem Gambling since November 2012. He was the 2014 Shannon L. Bybee Award recipient for his continuing work on advocacy, outreach, and research on the issue of problem gambling. In 2021, he was elected to the Board of Directors of the National Council on Problem Gambling. Mr. Hartwell lives in Las Vegas, where he is also a professional cellist with the Las Vegas Philharmonic, a devoted husband to a recent Russian immigrant, a past soccer and volleyball coach, and the proud father of a precocious 16-year-old girl and three cats. A bit about me (Dr. Orest Komarnyckyj): Dr. Orest Komarnyckyj enjoyed a prestigious career as a periodontal regenerative surgeon moving to a new passion in June 2018. He retired after a 33-year career to pursue new passions. At 69 Dr. Orest has taken on a new role as an Interviewer, Podcaster and government-certified Old Guy. He streams from his new home in Las Vegas, NV. He lives with his wife of 29 years, Oksana. His status as an empty-nesters with two out of college-employed children has left him with time and energy to share decades of successes, failures, and wisdom. Timestamps for the episode: 00:00 - Precap 01:15 - Intro 02:25 - Guest introduction 05:35 - What's the most important thing you've done today? 06:05 - Are gamblers born adddicts or they develop as addicts? And what was the moment that made you realize, this was an issue for you and how long did you deny it? 10:25 - What is the impact of gambling addiction on induvial and their families? 12:50 - Who or what is responsible for gambling addiction? 15:40 - What is the gambling industry doing to deal with this issue? Are they identifying problem gamblers in their facilities or online? What is the role of company employees in identifying gambling addicts? 19:54 - Commercial 20:58 - Commercial ends/How has online gambling contributed to this problem? How has fantasy leagues affected gambling? 27:02 - Is gambling an issue with teens? 29:15 - What are social games and why do some companies maintain that this is not gambling? 33:40 - If some thinks they have a gambling addiction/problem what should they do? Tell us about the Gambling assessment provided by the NCPG. 38:15 - Closing thoughts 39:35 - Outro
Dr. Melissa Dark is the Founder of DARK Enterprises, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing and supporting cybersecurity education at the secondary level. Before that, Dr. Dark worked in graduate and college cybersecurity education for over 20 years, as a professor at Purdue University. In this episode, Dr. Dark joins the No Password Required team to discuss her career in “training the trainers,” the early days of cybersecurity education as an academic subject, and how to encourage cybersecurity awareness among today's students. Ernie and Jack discuss the Pinellas Park, Florida, cybersecurity analyst alleged to have stolen almost $600,000 in cryptocurrency and how he supposedly did it.
Ben Nelson is the Founder of Minerva, and a visionary with a passion to reinvent higher education. Prior to Minerva, Nelson spent more than 10 years at Snapfish, where he helped build the company from startup to the world's largest personal publishing service. With over 42 million transactions across 22 countries, nearly five times greater than its closest competitor, Snapfish is among the top e-commerce services in the world. Serving as CEO from 2005 through 2010, Nelson began his tenure at Snapfish by leading the company's sale to Hewlett Packard for $300 million.Prior to joining Snapfish, Nelson was President and CEO of Community Ventures, a network of locally branded portals for American communities. Nelson's passion for reforming undergraduate education was first sparked at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, where he received a B.S. in Economics. After creating a blueprint for curricular reform in his first year of school, Nelson went on to become the chair of the Student Committee on Undergraduate Education (SCUE), a pedagogical think tank that is the oldest and only non-elected student government body at the University of Pennsylvania.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 Ben Nelson: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bennelson3More information about the Minerva Project:https://www.minervaproject.com/To watch this keynote, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-c0cQYKLt4
Hannah Bradley is a walking, talking, dancing miracle. Hannah, a sophomore theatre major from Pittsboro, Indiana, was 15 years old when she contracted a life-threatening case of bacterial meningitis and was placed in a medically induced coma. Her parents weren't sure if she would survive. They surrendered their beloved daughter to the care and will of the Lord. After 12 days in the hospital, Hannah woke up. She would spend 50 days total in two different hospitals. Her sickness left her with stroke-like symptoms in her brain, which required three months in therapy so she could relearn how to walk. Nowadays, Hannah is walking, talking, laughing, dancing, and living the life the Lord has given her to live. She played the title role in the fall production of “Anne of Green Gables” and participated in this year's winter musical in the chorus and ensemble. Hannah knows she is the recipient of a second chance to dance. “I am very independent; I struggle with asking for help,” she shared with Cedarville public relations. “But after my coma, I couldn't walk, brush my hair, put on my own glasses. “I have a picture of my dad holding my head up when my neck was too weak. I became dependent on others and on God. He taught me to submit, depend, and trust through that experience. In the past, God's sovereignty had always scared me. Now, it is one of my favorite things about God's character.” ……. Hannah's story was first featured by Cedarville public relations in January 2022.
Access to a higher education of spiritual knowledge allows us to transcend our struggles and flaws and become more like our Savior. Tracy Flinders, BYU vice president of information technology and chief information officer, delivered this devotional address on May 10, 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
New research from Junior Achievement and Citizens Bank that shows young people are worried about their financial futures, specifically paying for college. More than two-thirds of those surveyed said that rising higher education costs have affected their plans for what to do after high school, more than a quarter say they are now only considering state schools, and about one in ten say they are looking at a two-year degree as opposed to a four-year degree. We wanted to dig into what these findings mean, so we caught up with Stephanie Gambone, President & CEO of Junior Achievement of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Lindsey Burke, director of the Heritage Foundation's Center for Education Policy, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss the practical and moral problems that stem from the government forgiving student loans.
#4 - Dr. Angel Perez: Poor Neighborhood. Pivotal Moment. Average Cost of 4-Year College Degree: $150K Average Annual Teacher Salary: $58K Changing The Trajectory Of A Student's Life: Priceless Born in Puerto Rico, Angel Pérez moved to and grew up in the South Bronx where he attended low performing schools. Angel went on to attend Skidmore, Columbia, Claremont Graduate University and earned the title of Dr. Pérez. While this story may seem rare, it does happen, and should happen more often. As educators, we have the opportunity to alter the trajectory of our students' lives every single day. It is not what we teach, it is not even in why we teach, but the real success comes with our belief that every student can succeed. Hear Angel's story as he recalls the very pivotal moment that changed his life. This episode is for every parent, educator, and believer! Join us in the discussion on how to reshape and create a national college going culture that includes every single student. Find out what to do today! Let's do it! Bio: Dr. Angel B. Pérez is an education administrator, author, speaker, teacher, and advocate. He's served in leadership positions on both coasts of the U.S. and travels globally to speak on issues of American education. As a national leader on equity and access, Pérez has been recognized for his work with underrepresented student populations. His own story of graduating from some of America's most prestigious institutions after growing up low-income in Puerto Rico and the South Bronx inspired him to dedicate his life to ensuring that all who aspire to higher education have the opportunity achieve. He currently serves as Vice President for Enrollment and Student Success at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Dr. Pérez is called upon by media outlets to lend his voice on education issues, including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, CBS Evening News, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. Dr. Angel B. Perez is an education administrator, author, speaker, teacher, and advocate. He's served in leadership positions on both coasts of the U.S. and travels globally to speak on issues of American education. As a national leader on equity and access, Perez has been recognized for his work with underrepresented student populations. His own story of graduating from some of America's most prestigious institutions after growing up low-income in Puerto Rico and the South Bronx inspired him to dedicate his life to ensuring that all who aspire to higher education have the opportunity to achieve. He currently serves as Vice President for Enrollment and Student Success at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Dr. Perez is called upon by media outlets to lend his voice on education issues, including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, CBS Evening News, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. Get FREE College Admission Essay Help: https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/essay-mini-training Check out the Destination YOUniversity FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2489993244570408 See our website here: https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/ Schedule a call with Dr. C: https://www.drcynthiacolon.com/schedule ________________________________ #Drcynthiacolon #Collegeessaybootcamp #collegeessay #Highschool #Juniors #seniors #tipstalestruths #Tips #collegecounseling #collegeconsulting #collegeconsultingservices #collegeadmissionsconsultant #collegeadmissionsconsultingservices #bestcollegeconsultants #collegeadmissionshelp #collegeconsultant #collegeadmissionsconsulting #admissionsconsulting #college #collegeadmissions #Collegeadvice #collegeprep
It's especially appropriate that we're taking a deeper dive into the topic of virtual field experiences on this Wired Ivy Footnotes episode because as I'm speaking, early in May 2022, Dan is in Europe having just completed a study abroad experience with a group of our students in Finland and Estonia, and he's just started to working with a second group of students in Switzerland and Italy. As he mentioned in the previous episode, which featured his interview with Karen Edwards and Sandy Strick of University of South Carolina, and Tori Ellenberger of Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, Dan was so anxious to use some of their ideas for virtual study abroad content that he re-wrote his pre-departure lessons immediately following that conversation. He'll report on how that new approach landed with students, and whether he was able to observe any immediate benefits compared to previous trips he's lead, in an upcoming Summer Shorts episode. But before Dan left, he and I made some time to discuss what we see as a few potential long-term opportunities and benefits that could result from continuing to blur the line between in-person and virtual experiential learning.
In this episode of The Talent Development Hot Seat, Andy welcomes Dean Geoffrey Garrett from the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business. Dean Garrett joined the Marshall School of Business in the summer of 2020 after six years as dean of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the board of directors of Park Hotels and Resorts. He's also a distinguished international political economist and has held academic appointments at Oxford, Stanford, and Yale Universities. Dean Garrett is a fellow of the Australian Academy of the Social Sciences, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a winner of the Foreign Policy Association Medal, and the Advanced Global Australian award. Dean Garrett is a LinkedIn influencer whose blog is widely followed by academic, business, and thought leaders, and his expertise on world politics, business, and the global economy as well as on the U.S.-China relations is sought after by major media organizations around the world. Dean Garrett holds a B.A. with honors from the Australian National University and an M.A. and a Ph.D. from Duke University, where he was a Fulbright scholar. In this episode, you'll hear: What Dean Geoffrey Garrett sees as some of the key challenges facing businesses today and how the pace of change is affecting workplaces. The three key skillsets you need to succeed in business as taught by the Marshall School of Business. Why executive education is important, who should be furthering their education, and how you can apply that education to your career while participating in continuous learning opportunities. How you can add value to learning opportunities in your organization with a high-performance learning journey. Why creativity is a crucial part of modern-day leadership and the three core pillars he focuses on. Connect with Andy Storch here: https://andystorch.com/ (Website) https://www.linkedin.com/in/andystorch/ (LinkedIn) https://tdtt.us/ (Join us in the Talent Development Think Tank Community)! Connect with Dean Geoffrey Garrett here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garrettgeoffrey/ (LinkedIn)
Welcome to RIMScast. Your host is Justin Smulison, Business Content Manager at RIMS, the Risk and Insurance Management Society. This week, Justin Smulison is joined by 2022 Harry and Dorothy Goodell Award winner, Lance Ewing! Lance is one of the most visible and vocal risk management advocates. He is the previous RIMS President from 2003 to 2004, was Risk Manager of the Year in 2007, and was the Risk Innovator of the Year in 2008. Currently, he is the Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management and Operations for the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians; a federally recognized tribe of Serrano people in San Bernardino County, California. In this conversation, Lance Ewing shares about his illustrious career in risk management; the qualities he seeks when building and hiring his risk department; how he feels receiving the Harry and Dorothy Goodell Award, and all about his current team and work at the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. Key Takeaways: [:01] About the RIMS Membership. [:15] About RIMScast. [:29] About today's episode with Lance Ewing. [:35] Upcoming RIMS webinars and workshops. [1:36] More about today's episode. [2:46] Justin welcomes Lance Ewing to RIMScast. [3:43] Lance speaks about his experience of being named the 2022 Goodell award winner. [4:30] About Lance's history as the former RIMS President, Risk Manager of the Year, and Risk Innovator of the Year. [5:06] Lance gives his thanks in regards to being named the 2022 Goodell award winner. [7:11] Lance shares about his incredible staff and his work at the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. [8:00] How big the risk group is that Lance is working with right now, his philosophy on risk, and job opportunities at his organization. [9:19] Lance shares his experiences working in the gaming and entertainment sector of risk management and what he loves about it. [13:53] Lance reflects on his RIMS presidency from 2003 to 2004. [17:40] RIMS plug time! All about the RIMS Legislative Summit 2022, RIMS Buyers Guide, and the RIMS App with Morgan O' Rourke. [20:13] The Legislative Summit returns on September 20th, 2022! Lance highlights the significance of this year's summit. [21:57] Is Lance going to be attending the Legislative Summit this year? [23:12] Lance speaks about his experience chairing the first Legislative Summit.[25:40] Having taken a lot of folks under his wings over the years, what does Lance look for in a risk management professional job applicant? [28:46] is their team currently remote, on-site, or flexible? [30:14] Did Lance find it more difficult to follow up with potential applicants remotely? [31:45] The process of building an ERM program and how ERM has evolved over the decades. [35:48] What Lance would like to see happen to the risk management profession in the next 20 years. [37:59] Lance's outlook on the next wave of risk professionals. [41:11] Justin thanks Lance Ewing for joining the podcast and shares some of the links to check in today's show notes. Mentioned in this Episode: RIMS Events, Education, and Services: NEW FOR MEMBERS! RIMS Mobile App RIMS Advocacy — Legislative Summit Returns on September 20th! RIMS Buyers Guide Risk Management Magazine: Awards Edition 2022 RISKWORLD registrants can still access educational sessions on-demand through the RISKWORLD app and through desktop here. Sponsor RIMScast: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information. 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Related RIMScast Episodes: “From the Office of ‘KNOW': 2022 Risk Manager of the Year Courtney Davis Curtis” “Live from RISKWORLD 2022” “Betting It All On Risk: Mark Habersack, Heart of RIMS Award Recipient 2021” “RIMS 2021 Risk Manager of the Year: Michael Harrington” “RIMS 2021 Award Winners: Elliott Long and Sue Mepham” “Making the Grade: Cheryl Lloyd, 2021 Risk Manager of the Year Honor Roll Inductee” “Risk Management in Higher Education with RIMS 2019 Risk Manager of the Year, Luke Figora” “Transformative ERM Programs with 2018 Risk Manager of the Year, Rebecca Cady” “RIMS 2020 Award Winners: Mark Humphreys and Katherine Dawal” “RIMS 2020 Award Winners: Audrey Rampinelli and Larry Glasser” RIMS Publications, Content, and Links: RIMS Membership — Whether you are a new member or need to transition, be a part of the global risk management community! RIMS Virtual Workshops Upcoming RIMS Webinars On-Demand Webinars RIMS Advisory Services — Ask a Peer Risk Management Magazine Risk Management Monitor RIMS Coronavirus Information Center RIMS Risk Leaders Series RIMS-Certified Risk Management Professional (RIMS-CRMP) RIMS-CRMP Stories — New interview featuring RIMS Treasurer Jennifer Santiago! Spencer Educational Foundation RIMS DEI Council RIMS Path to the Boardroom Want to Learn More? Keep up with the podcast on RIMS.org and listen on iTunes. Have a question or suggestion? Email: Content@rims.org. Join the Conversation! Follow @RIMSorg on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Follow up with Our Guests: Lance Ewing's LinkedIn Tweetables (For Social Media Use): “The thing I can tell you … about the Goodell Award that RIMS just recently bestowed on me … is [that] it's the pinnacle of your career, if you will, to receive that award. And to have Mary Roth … present that award to me was just overwhelmingly heartfelt.” — Lance Ewing “I have an amazing staff. … I couldn't have received the Goodell award without my staff. They do such a phenomenal job in backing me up and, quite frankly, keeping the engines running.” — Lance Ewing “My philosophy has always been, from a risk standpoint, the more safety, loss prevention, [and] risk control you have, the fewer claims you're going to have.” — Lance Ewing “I'm looking for competency … but I'm looking more for chemistry [when reviewing risk management professional job applicants.] Are you going to fit with the team? .. There's go to be a competency and a chemistry [but] I think chemistry is most important.” — Lance Ewing
This episode features three editors of a new Stylus Publishing book entitled Reframing Assessment to Center Equity: Theories, Models, and Practices. Our guests are Gianina Baker, Gavin Henning, and Anne Lundquist. Gianina is the acting director of the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment. Gavin is Professor of Higher Education at New England College where he directs the master's and doctoral programs in Higher Education Administration. Anne is managing director for learning and innovation at The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice at Temple University.This season of Leading Improvements in Higher Education is sponsored by the Center for Assessment and Research Studies at James Madison University; learn more at jmu.edu/assessment.Episode recorded: March 2022. Host: Stephen Hundley. Producers: Chad Beckner, Caleb Keith, and Shirley Yorger. Original music: Caleb Keith. This award-winning podcast is a service of the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis; learn more at assessmentinstitute.iupui.edu.Some of the resources mentioned in this episode include the following:Anthology's website for the Equity Centered Landscape Survey - https://www.anthology.com/equity-centered-assessment/landscape-surveyEquity-Driven, High Achievement: Assessment of Student Learning and Development - http://shop.btpubservices.com/Title/9781948213325Public Design for Equity - https://www.publicdesignforequity.org/Reframing Assessment to Center Equity: Theories, Models, and Practices - https://styluspub.presswarehouse.com/browse/book/9781642672572/Reframing-Assessment-to-Center-EquityResearch is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods - https://fernwoodpublishing.ca/book/research-is-ceremony-shawn-wilsonThe Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness - https://www.amazon.com/Inner-Work-Racial-Justice-Transforming/dp/059308392XThe Journal of Student Affairs Inquiry, Volume 3 related to equity - http://www.studentaffairsassessment.org/jsai-vol-3
#134 – Welcome to another minisode of the Chloe Made Me Study podcast. Each Monday, I will release a super short episode designed to share one studying idea, strategy or mindset shift that will help you start your study week off feeling focused, productive and confident. These minisodes will help you shake off any negative studying baggage from the week before and offer a moment to pause, reflect and change your approach so you can move off in a new, more successful direction. In this week's minisode, we're talking all about overwhelm. Towards the end of the academic year your workload plus dwindling energy and motivation can leave you feeling pretty frazzled. I'm going to share with you two key pieces of advice for you to follow this week to help you feel more in control of your to-do list – rather than the other way round. They'll help you to feel more positive and confident and will allow you to spend LESS time stressing and make MORE progress. Click here to find out more about my membership, The Kickbutt Students Club. Click here to discover my range of study skills trainings. Click here to grab a copy of my book, The Return to Study Handbook. Click here to sign up to my free studying resource library. And finally, come follow me on Instagram @chloe.burroughs.
Since the Great Recession of 2008-2010, enrollment in Pennsylvania's 14-campus state university system has notably changed, with some campuses growing in enrollment, and others losing students precipitously. The Commonwealth's annual system funding was recently ranked 46th out of 50 states, a dismal statistic. Yet, there are "help wanted" signs everywhere from employers who want to hire college educated employees. What gives? Pennsylvania is far from alone in facing a challenge of increasing costs and fewer graduates. Other state systems around the country are in various stages of the same existential crisis. The solution cannot be just to raise tuition and fees-national research shows student debt is averaging $30,000. To complicate things further, intercollegiate athletics plays a crucial role in attracting, retaining and engaging students on campus. Many of these campuses have highly successful NCAA Division II (and I) athletic programs, with some sports winning NCAA titles. All have loyal alumni and faculty who care deeply about good teaching. Next year, six of the 14 campuses will integrate into two entities, and will show off new names and administrative structures. No campuses were closed. The hope is these reimagined universities will be more responsive to the needs of their regional workforces and the 21st century economy, attracting a scholar and an athlete who wants a dynamic education at an affordable price. All will keep their NCAA athletic teams and identity, no small accomplishment. There are many good lessons in this conversation for other higher education system professionals and for those who work on system campuses to absorb. My guests today are two of the leaders, the CEO and the Board Chair, Daniel Greenstein and Cynthia Shapira. Dr. Greenstein is the chancellor of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education. Since 2018, Dan has served as the chief executive officer of the State System (PASSHE), which operates Pennsylvania's 14 public universities, serving nearly 100,000 degree-seeking students and thousands more enrolled in certificate and other career-development programs. The chancellor works with the Board of Governors to recommend and develop overall policies for the System. Dr. Shapira is Chair of the Board of Governors, and president of the David S. and Karen A. Shapira Foundation, leading the development and implementation of the foundation's philanthropic initiatives. She was appointed by Governor Tom Corbett to the Pennsylvania Commission on Women and served on Governor Wolf's Advisory Board on Education and Workforce Development. In 2017, she was honored as a Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania. Dan and Cindy were recently recognized by "City and State Politics and Policy" as recipients of the 2022 Higher Education Power 100 in Pennsylvania. Mentioned in the podcast (and recommended by both Dan and Cindy): Arthur Levine's new book, The Great Upheaval: Higher Education's Past, Present, and Uncertain Future, a complimentary read for this conversation. The term used by Cindy refers to the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/karen-weaver/message
Original Air Date: February 8, 2020 On this week's podcast, I have the pleasure of speaking with Timothy Mays, an educator, artist, and published author. In our talk, we delved into what it means to experience love and relationships and to feel a sense of community. We peeled back the layers and expectations of what being a man means - in whatever variant identities you may have. Timothy shared his experiences growing up and how he has witnessed marriages changing and evolving throughout the years. We also talked about Black History Month and about books that have transformed and impacted Timothy's life and my life as well. You will not want to miss this episode so you can hear Timothy's perspective on creating community and how men can transform their lives through the creation of community. Timothy received his Master's in Higher Education from Loyola University Chicago in 2016 and continues to dig deeper into his research around exoticism, disposability, and the healing of Black bodies. As an Artist/Spoken Word poet, Timothy has competed in the National Poetry Slam, InkSlam, College and Universities Poetry Slam Invitational, and many other events. He is now conducting spoken word and critical pedagogy workshops that give students and community members a space to develop their voices and materialize their thoughts. Timothy recently released his first poetry and affirmation book entitled, “And Still I Rise to Fantasize” which attempts to channel Black resilience in the face of consistent trauma while having the unwavering courage to strive toward being holistically well. Timothy has devoted himself to making sure that people from low-income communities are prepared for and comfortable with the possibility of advocating for themselves to ensure that a true sense of community is accomplished. To find out more about Timothy, you can reach him on: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/timothymays/ and on his website - https://www.timothymays.net/. tomearl.me/myly
Kim Duckworth is a graduate of Stanford University where she received her BA in Communications Journalism. She was the first woman in her family to attend college. She worked in Sales and Marketing for IBM in Silicon Valley and White Plains, NY for over 10 years. She has called Arizona her home for the last 25 years. Currently, Kim is an independent college admissions coach and member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling. She personally consulted with over 7,500 high school families as the co-worker of Scottsdale Education Counseling (a college preparatory center) for over 12 years. She's been married 35 years, has three daughters and three grandchildren. She enjoys hiking, Labrador retrievers, reading, travel, and Telluride, Colorado.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 Kim Duckworth: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kim-duckworth-048aa152Order Parents, Are You Ready? The Practical Guide to Launching a Successful High School Student: https://parentsareyouready.com/
In the Whole Armor of God Series, Coach Chelsea Speaks with Monique A. J. Smith on "Clearing the Cache." Monique A.J. Smith, is a Leadership Strategist that guides Athletics Departments/Sport Organizations and Individuals who wish to advance in Athletics Administration/Sports Business or the Marketplace. Smith, a Sports Management veteran of 30 plus years, owns a consulting business Seeds of Empowerment ® LLC, where she consults in three ways 1. University workshops & retreats, 2. “Advance Academy Mastermind” Monthly Membership Program 3. Executive One-on-One Coaching 4. “Significance in Athletics and Sports” magazine. She is Adjunct Faculty at Hampton University teaching Sports Management Courses. She is most known for her 8 seasons as the host of the internationally recognized weekly podcast "A Chat in the Garden with Monique A.J. Smith”, that spotlights Women of Color in Athletics/Sports to her 2K Followers. An Higher Education veteran of over 30 years, she launched her consulting business Seeds of Empowerment ® LLC full-time March 2013. Smith has been conducting workshops for youth, women, educational and corporate organizations as well as senior citizens since 2005. The B.O.S.S. Network has listed Seeds of Empowerment® as one of 50 businesses to watch. Smith time in Collegiate Athletics includes a 13 year tenure as athletic conference executive for the historic Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA). She also served in various athletic administrative roles on the campuses of Saint Paul's College and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore within a ten year period. Smith was a member of the Adjunct Faculty at Old Dominion University in Norfolk teaching Sports Management courses. With the understanding that knowledge is the key to success, Smith customizes her presentations to provide clients with leadership tools to prepare them to make informed decisions. Monique has dedicated her life to marketing the success of others, developing opportunities for the underrepresented and influencing decision makers to embrace diversity and inclusion. These actions have led to extraordinary opportunities to facilitate change and see strives in the development of others. Smith is a native of Waverly, Virginia and resides in Hampton, Virginia with her husband and Hampton University college sweetheart, Thomas Smith III. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chefranjohn/support
Make your health an act of rebellion. Join The Healthy Rebellion Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03718247 Podcast Questions: 1. Credibility without Higher Education [10:57] Ashlyn says: Hi Guys, For the past year I have done a complete 180° as far as diet, exercise, and the way I view the world. I would love to become a dietitian and study the links between diet and autoimmunity (I have MS) but the financial factor of university is too extreme. I want to spread the news of what I believe to friends and family, but how do I gain credibility? I don't want to say “it's true because I watched a YouTube video.” Do you have any advice on how I can find/study credible information and start diving deeper into the world of dietetics? 2. Iron Overload [27:14] Sarah says: Hi Robb and Nicki, Let me start by saying that I truly love your podcast and never get tired of listening to you two! Whether I am in the mood for nutrition science, current news, or just a good conversation, your podcast always ticks all the boxes. I can't think of another podcast where I can get as much information while simultaneously getting a good giggle. So thank you. My question is in regards to iron overload, sometimes referred to as iron dysfunction. Have you heard or read the work of Morley M. Robbins? It is based on the premise that so called iron deficiency anemia is in fact not a deficiency at all, but in fact iron dysfunction which results in an overload of iron in the tissue, subsequently causing all the problems that are often diagnosed as anemia. One of the important points he makes is that we suffer from iron dysfunction because of a lack of bio-available copper, as well as a lack of retinol. I have myself had lower blood iron levels for quite some time, even after incorporating grassfed beef and organs into my diet on a regular basis. I have been eating a (now dairy-inclusive) paleo diet for many years, and recently switched to a more animal-based type diet, and saw massive improvements in energy, but still not optimal, particularly on the first week of my cycle. It would be really cool if you guys did a full episode on iron, iron absorption and the likes, or perhaps you have already done one and I have missed it? If you could comment on the work of Morley Robbins, that would be extremely helpful. Thanks so much, Sarah Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT. Proper hydration is more than just drinking water. You need electrolytes too! Check out The Healthy Rebellion Radio sponsor LMNT for grab-and-go electrolyte packets to keep you at your peak! They give you all the electrolytes want, none of the stuff you don't. Click here to get your LMNT electrolytes Transcript: At https://robbwolf.com/2022/05/06/keto-for-ms-iron-overload-credibility-sans-rd-thrr109/
This week on "Off The Cuff," Justin and Karen are joined by Jon Fansmith, the American Council on Education's assistant vice president for government relations, to discuss the latest news surrounding the potential for broader student loan debt relief that the White House is actively examining, and the wide-ranging implications executive action could have on higher education financing. Karen also reminds listeners about an important May 6 deadline for the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) Annual Performance Reports (APRs) and provides some helpful guidance on the process. Hugh rounds things out by providing a recap of some of the week's higher education news, with some concerning numbers on FAFSA renewals and a new report detailing how policymakers can go about promoting more equitable degree completions.
Adventures Of A Korean Adoptee PhD Student Season 2 Episode 19 In this episode of Beneath The Surface I talk with Hannah Hyun White, Korean adoptee from Phoenix, Arizona and currently a third-year PhD student studying higher education at the University of California, San Diego. Hannah and I discuss her journey as a student activist, how being a Trans Racial Adoptee has shaped her life and research as a PhD Student. We also discuss our histories as student activists, how you heal and grieve and offer a critique of the academy. If you want to support me and the channel you can do so by becoming a patron on Patreon. Patrons get access to exclusive content that can't be found anywhere else. You can become a Patron by following the link. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BeneathTheSurfacePodcast If you would like to make a one time donation to Beneath The Surface you can so so through PayPal by following this link here: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/BTSurfacePod Beneath The Surface Socials Twitter: @BTSurfacePod Instagram: BTSurfacePod Facebook: Beneath The Surface Email:PodcastBenathTheSurface@gmail.com Hannah Socials Twitter:@hannahhyunwhite Instagram: @hannahhyunwhite Hannah Bio Hannah Hyun White (she/her) is a Korean adoptee from Phoenix, Arizona. She earned her M.A. in Higher Education from the University of Arizona and is currently a third-year PhD student studying higher education at the University of California, San Diego. Her research and praxis are largely influenced by Asian American feminist theories and anti-colonial/decolonial framework and methodology in co-creating knowledge that centers truth telling, collectivism, and care in working to dismantle systemic racism and institutional violence in the academy. In her free time, Hannah enjoys shopping at Trader Joe's, drinking copious amounts of matcha lattes, and playing Animal Crossing. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beneathtspodcast/support
This week on SA Voices From the Field we interviewed Parag Mehta, Managing Director and President of the JPMorgan Chase PolicyCenter. He works with a team of experts who leverage the bank's assets, insights, and expertise to develop and advance policy solutions that drive inclusive economic growth in the United States and around the world. Prior to joining JPMC, he served as Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, the philanthropic hub of the company. Parag previously served as Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to the 19th Surgeon General of the United States, Dr. Vivek Murthy. Parag also spent more than four years directing communications for a civil rights agency in the U.S. Department of Labor and served on Barack Obama's 2008 presidential transition team as a liaison to the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities and to LGBTQ+ Americans. Parag earned a Master's degree in Public Administration from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and a B.A. in Plan II Honors from The University of Texas at Austin. He and his husband Vaibhav Jain are currently petitioning the Delhi High Court in India for recognition of their marriage in a landmark case which could pave the way for marriage equality in the world's largest democracy. Please subscribe to SA Voices from the Field on your favorite podcasting device and share the podcast with other student affairs colleagues!
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What do all of the changes in healthcare wrought by the pandemic mean for the future healthcare workforce? On today's episode of WorkforceRx, Futuro Health CEO Van Ton-Quinlivan draws out thoughtful answers from someone with a broad and deep view of the healthcare system. Dr. Imelda Dacones has been confronted with all of these changes -- many of which were brewing before the pandemic -- over decades as a physician and senior leader at large healthcare organizations in Oregon and Washington. She's also a nationally recognized leader in healthcare delivery innovation, addressing social determinants of health, and the health impacts of climate change, among other issues. Her prescription for change? Reimagine the healthcare team, reengineer the patient visit, and reinvigorate providers. “We need to reinvent care altogether for the patients we serve but also for ourselves as providers, because there just are not going to be enough nurses, doctors and medical assistants coming into the future.” Don't miss this comprehensive look at the challenges and opportunities in healthcare from integrating with community organizations to leveraging home care to keeping up with shifting skillsets. Find out, too, about the Quadruple Aim and how the healthcare industry can work to reduce its waste footprint in light of climate change.