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Thank you for checking out the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. This is the space where we explore the art and science of being more effective at facilitating learning. We also share ways to increase our personal productivity, so we can have more peace in our lives and be even more present for our students.
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A podcast dedicated to helping higher ed marketers tell better stories and enroll more students. Hosted by video producer and storytelling coach, John Azoni, these episodes provide quick-win practical advice you can put to use in your marketing right away.
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Higher Ed Now

American Council of Trustees and Alumni

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Higher Ed Now is a production of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. It is a podcast concerning issues and policy in America's higher education system.
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Hear candid conversations with higher-ed newsmakers -- with a special focus on equity and lower-income students. Hosted by Inside Higher Ed. Inside Higher Ed is the leading source for the latest news, analysis, and services for the entire US higher education community.
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Changing Higher Ed

Dr. Drumm McNaughton

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Changing Higher Ed is dedicated to helping higher education leaders improve their institutions. We offer the latest in higher ed news and insights from top experts in higher education who share their perspectives on how you can grow your institution. Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton is a top higher education consultant, renowned leader, and pioneer in strategic management systems and leadership boards. He's one of a select group with executive leadership experience in academe, nonprofits, governmen ...
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The Higher Ed Marketer is centered around marketing professionals in the field of higher education. If you’re looking for real, practical advice on how to level up your marketing game, this is the show for you. Each episode features conversations with some of the best and brightest marketing minds in higher education, discussing the future of marketing, new technologies, and so much more. Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.
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The Higher Ed Geek Podcast explores the impact of edtech on the student experience by speaking with diverse leaders from institutions, companies, and nonprofit organizations. Each week we aim to provide an engaging, fun, and relevant dose of professional development that honors the wide range of work happening all across the higher ed ecosystem. Come geek out with us! The Higher Ed Geek Podcast is hosted by Dustin Ramsdell and is a proud member of the Enrollify Podcast Network.
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Higher-Ed Hacks

Oklahoma Gear Up

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Looking to get a college degree? Higher Ed Hacks is here to help. Hosted by college student, Lily Swindell, we’ll dig deep into topics that will help you apply to, get ready for and be successful at college, breaking them down so you know exactly how to get started. And, we’ll show you how Higher Ed Hacks creator, GEAR UP, can help students through all of these processes with no-cost resources and support. Find us on social media: www.facebook.com/okGearUp www.instagram.com/ok_gearup www.twi ...
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Life in Higher Ed

Denise Nelson Nash & Herminio L. Perez

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Welcome to Life in Higher Ed. We are senior higher education administrators and combined we have over 50 years of experience. We are here to talk about what goes on behind the scenes on college and university campuses. We surface the interesting, the confounding, and the seemingly absurd, and we do so with honesty and a sprinkling of humor. We want to help you not only survive but thrive and to know that you are not alone in your journey. If you are an administrator in higher ed or consideri ...
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Your mission in biblical higher ed is all about changing lives for Christ. As you train the next generation of leaders, you need ideas and strategies tailored to help them flourish. On Biblical Higher Ed Talk, we dive into just that to equip you with insights and knowledge that empowers you and your institution to flourish. We’ll engage leaders and practitioners in biblical higher education and beyond, tapping their wisdom for navigating the complexities you face in higher education and hear ...
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Continuing Studies: for Higher Ed Podcasters

Hosts Jennifer-Lee Gunson & Neil McPhedran. A Podium Podcasts & HigherEdPods.com Production

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Join our community at HigherEdPods.com and follow the Continuing Studies Podcast, as we explore the intersection of higher education and podcasting. Each episode features insights from seasoned university podcasters who share tips, best practices, and stories from their podcasting journeys. Hosted by Jennifer-Lee Gunson and Neil McPhedran, this series covers everything from the technical aspects of podcasting to the art of storytelling and conducting interviews. Continuing Studies is more th ...
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Are you a leader in Higher Education? Or are you working in HE Marketing? Perhaps you work in academia and want to know how to boost the success of your subject area. Have you ever wondered what it takes to get your whole university to get behind the concept of student recruitment and growth? It’s all about creating a Culture of Enrolment. In this podcast series you’ll hear all of the secrets behind getting all colleagues (and all silos) behind the concept of Higher Education marketing and s ...
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Karen Berman, CEO at American Society of the University of Haifa covers the current trends in higher education, providing listeners with her take on where the industry is heading next.
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Higher Ed Live

PlatformQ Education

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Higher Ed Live offers viewers direct access to the best & brightest minds in education and allows viewers to share knowledge and participate in discussions around the industry's most important issues.
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Welcome to The Higher Ed Podcast, where we bring you the latest insights and strategies to help you stay ahead in the ever-changing landscape of education marketing and student acquisition. Our aim is to equip you with the tools and knowledge necessary to succeed in today's competitive higher education market. Our podcast covers a wide range of topics, from the latest trends and best practices in digital marketing, to student recruitment strategies and retention techniques. We feature interv ...
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Higher Ed Without Borders

Dean Hoke and Dr. Senthil Nathan

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Higher Ed Without Borders is a podcast series dedicated to education professionals worldwide. Each episode is a conversation with thought leaders to enlighten and provide new thoughts on critical issues facing higher education. The program is a production from Edu Alliance, an international consultancy located in Abu Dhabi, UAE, and Bloomington, Indiana. DISCLAIMER : Higher Ed Without Borders is not in any way affiliated with Doctors Without Borders, which is a registered trademark of Bureau ...
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Join hosts Dr. Suzan Brinker and Audra DeLaney-Hall as they engage in candid conversations with higher education leaders, exploring strategic priorities and innovative approaches to higher education. Presidents, CMOs, VPs, and more share their experiences in pushing boundaries in education through strategic planning, brand strategy, academic innovation, and organizational culture. "Higher Ed Leaders" is not just a podcast; it's a journey into the heart of transformative leadership. Tune in w ...
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Reckoning Higher Ed

Jeffrey DiGiovanni

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Reckoning Higher Ed (RHE) is dedicated to investigating and understanding the forces impacting higher education. Moreover, RHE will explore these trends to prognosticate what higher education will look like in the coming years. If you are interested in the higher education, be it a professional in the field, or one that interacts with higher ed, or even if you just want to understand universities and colleges better, this podcast is for you!
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Talking Higher Ed

Talking Higher Ed

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Higher Ed people love talking about higher education in all its forms—we love hearing the stories and learning aspects we don’t know much about. So this podcast will feature two things—meeting the people who love higher ed and are also willing to share their stories; the ups and downs, the mundane and the ridiculous.
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Higher Ed Social

Lougan Bishop & Jenna Spinelle

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Hosted by Lougan Bishop and Jenna Spinelle, Higher Ed Social is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to those that work in higher education. In each episode, we dive into the lives and careers of people who help make colleges and universities work. So sit back, relax and get ready for some fun conversation.
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Higher Ed ReWired

California State University

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California State University podcast Higher Ed Rewired features inspirational stories from higher education faculty, researchers, landscape of postsecondary education. They bring listeners along on their journey of engaging students with innovative practices, overcoming institutional challenges and creating groundbreaking research. Each episode will inspire and expand the listener's understanding of the foundations of student success in higher education.
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This podcast examines Christian education with a biblical worldview. It focuses on the K-12 classroom setting and preparing young people for a life of service. This podcast is for school age parents, students, teachers, and educational ministries. Higher Ed is an outreach of Hawthorne Christian Academy. A Ministry of First Free Will Baptist Church, Chester SC.
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In higher education, we're at the precipice of change, and Change-Makers in Higher Ed, the podcast, is leading the way by introducing listeners to those creating the future of education. A tomorrow where we teach and learn seamlessly both in person and in the cloud, where the meta-verse is a classroom for all, where stacking credentials is commonplace and valued, where affordability is paramount, where inclusivity and access are the first priorities, where we include all possible futures in ...
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Alexis Peirce Caudell shares ways we cen go beyond dichtomous thinking: strategies to enhance teaching and learning on episode 527 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode It’s about being able to sort of think across or beyond those boxes that we normally operate on every day. -Alexis Peirce Caudell Resources Categories we liv…
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This week, Dustin talks with Dr. Joseph Orgel from Illinois Institute of Technology about the innovative Empowerment Leadership and Mentorship (ELM) program he developed. Dr. Orgel shares his journey in academia, emphasizing the importance of mentorship and the development of durable skills for student success. They also discuss the program's impac…
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Addressing Student Mental Health in Higher Education: Expert Insights and Strategies Dr. Drumm McNaughton is joined by Tony Walker, Senior Vice President of Academic Programs at The Jed Foundation, and James Kohl, Dean of Student Affairs at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, to discuss student mental health in higher education. They share insi…
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The College Debates and Discourse (CD&D) Alliance has launched more than 300 Braver Angels debates and workshops engaging at least 11,000 students at colleges and universities across the nation. At the center of the CD&D model is a highly collaborative approach that engages student and faculty leaders on each campus. In this episode of Higher Ed No…
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Your employees make up the total package of your organization. Isn’t it time to present them with the total package, too? By giving your employees relevant insurance options, detailing the extent of their packages, and helping them to become conscious consumers, you’re setting your staff up for success. That’s why we’re talking to John Staub, the D…
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By surveying attending students and students who decided to go elsewhere, your institution can give your admissions team additional data to help streamline their processes. But the research doesn’t stop there! Considering outside influencers like parents, coaches, and other trusted adults can bring a unique perspective of comparative analysis. We’r…
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In too many rural areas, workers lack access to affordable training pathways to high-quality jobs. Jeff and Michael sit down with Mallory Dwinal-Palisch, Chancellor of Reach University, to learn about how Reach is addressing this challenge with an apprenticeship approach to teacher education. In the first of this two-part conversation, they discuss…
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John Azoni is the founder of the Higher Ed Storytelling Podcast and Unveild, a video branding agency that helps colleges and universities tell compelling institutional stories. In this solo episode, John addresses the challenge of top-of-funnel content drought in higher education marketing. He discusses the importance of top-of-funnel content in hi…
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Nationally, Black students are less likely than their white peers to persist, retain and earn a degree. Many interventions at colleges and universities seek to support struggling Black students, but a new program at Sacramento State University aims to celebrate Black excellence and history, recognizing Black students as scholars. In this episode, h…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, Dr. Nadege Dady, dean of Student Affairs and assistant professor for the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, Harlem, NYC campus, talks about remaining flexible in moments of transition and positively engaged and "always work from a place of integrity." Nadege Dady, EdD Dr. Nadege Dady is Dean of Students …
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The advantages of podcasting over traditional, in-person events. Neil and Jen join Joy Poliquin from the University of Victoria's Cooperative Education Program and Career Services Office. Joy discusses the "Work It" podcast, which explores alumni career paths and provides career development advice.The conversation covers the podcast's evolution, it…
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How do you stop unrealistic course targets? There was an enormous amount of interest in this topic, so on this episode of The Partnership Podcast, host Penny Eccles unpacks it with Cathy Mitchell, Associate Director of Strategic Planning at Imperial College London, and Dr Julian Westwood, Director at S Squared Insights. Setting realistic course tar…
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On this Higher Ed Conversations episode, I host a conversation with an Al expert and, more impressively, my sister-in-law, Suzi Boynton! Suzi is the Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and Board of Trustees for the San Marcos Unified School District, where she utilizes the tool of Al in her day-to-day work for the school system. In our conver…
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In the third installment of our series on the 2023 RNL Trend Report, once again, we peel back layers of data to offer actionable insights on what motivates students to opt in to receive emails, text messages, and telephone calls. From their unique vantage points, Dr. Raquel Bermejo, Associate Vice President of Market Research and Planning for RNL a…
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Ann Taylor shares ways to offer accessible and affordable learning through open educational resources (OERs) on episode 526 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I have been surprised at how some of us don’t think about the cost of what we’re requiring our students to use. -Ann Taylor It’s the instructor that’s making the di…
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Joining the show this week is Aneesh Sohoni, CEO of One Million Degrees, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting community college students. Aneesh shares his personal and professional journey that led him to this impactful work, discusses the comprehensive support model of One Million Degrees, and emphasizes the importance of community colleges in tod…
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AI Integration in Higher Education: Miami Dade College's Innovative Approach Madeline Pumariega, President of Miami Dade College, discusses how the institution has embraced artificial intelligence (AI) across disciplines and integrated it into the student experience. She shares insights on developing AI programs, involving faculty, and addressing e…
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Whether in the classroom, the dining hall, on the court, or in the dorms, integrating faith with intentionality can happen anywhere on a college campus. Starting small and remaining intentional with a Christ-centered focus may be tough at first, but you don’t have to be a scholar to find support and share the word of God. We’re joined by David Cook…
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Vanderbilt University is at the forefront of Generative Artificial Intelligence. AI is not going away, but it can be understood through intentional time and effort. By destigmatizing generative AI at your institution, you may just broaden your impact to set your students and staff one step ahead of the game. We’re joined by Jules White, the Senior …
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Jeff and Michael are joined by the CEOs of Academic Partnerships, Fernando Bleichmar, and Coursera, Jeff Maggioncalda, to talk about the future of online learning, including a new study on ROI, the role of degrees vs. credentials in the job market, and what AI will mean for online ed. This episode is sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation…
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Amira Barger shares four common arguments against DEI and how to dismantle them on episode 525 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Many people who are at the margins often know from lived experience that the playing field is not level, and that there are biases that leaders and individuals across any and every institution …
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A new episode digs into one of the knottier problems in higher education: how learning is recognized across institutions. We often call this transfer of credit, but “learning mobility” is broader than that, given the expanding array of educational institutions, alternative providers, employers and others that, in one way or another, help people dev…
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This week, we’re pleased to welcome back Robert Li, Owner of University FM. They delve into the mission and vision behind Professors FM, a network dedicated to helping scholars communicate their research to the general public through podcasts. Robert shares his journey from college radio to creating a platform that empowers faculty members to engag…
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ACTA's president, Michael B. Poliakoff, and vice president of policy, Bradley Jackson, engage scholar, author and Professor Emeritus of Michigan State University, William B. Allen in candid conversation about his lifelong love of books and learning, the Founders, the philosophical thought leaders whose seminal works cut a path for the emergence of …
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Dr. Courtney Brown, Vice President of Impact and Planning for Lumina Foundation, discusses key findings from the 2024 State of Higher Education Study conducted in partnership with Gallup. She shares critical insights into evolving student demographics, barriers to enrollment, and strategies for addressing challenges in higher education. Key Discuss…
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In this special live episode recorded at the 2024 Engage Summit in Raleigh, NC, Dustin chats with Jenny who shares her journey in social media management, her approach to embracing digital transformation, and the importance of authenticity in building online communities. They discuss the evolving landscape of social media, the integration of new pl…
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Our colleges and universities are educating the workforce of tomorrow, so it’s important that they understand the mechanics of strategic initiatives and corporate partnerships. We’re getting our conversation started with Bill Spiker, the President of The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (OFIC). OFIC works with independent colleges and univer…
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After a steady rise during the 2010s, the podcast industry exploded during the pandemic. As of 2024, over 5 million podcasts populate the global airwaves. So is there room in the audio space for your faith-based school or organization to use this platform to get your message out to the masses? Robb Conlon, Founder of Westport Studios, believes ther…
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In this special live episode recorded at the 2024 Engage Summit in Raleigh, NC, Dustin chats with Allison, host of The Application podcast, who shares her insights on enrollment marketing, the importance of digital transformation, and how AI can enhance human connection in higher education. They discuss practical strategies for recruiting prospecti…
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Jon Ippolito on a more critical framework for AI use (amongst other topics) on episode 524 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode We need to either rethink what intelligence means, beyond the scope of simply being articulate and knowledgeable when it comes to to putting words together, or we need to think about what other val…
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My guest today is Andy Murphy, Associate Director of Marketing at Siena College. In this episode, Andy shares insights on building and managing a video content creation team that includes full-time staff and student interns. Andy discusses Siena's approach to video marketing, leveraging both professional and student-created content to engage prospe…
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This week, we’re featuring Dr. Sara Haviland, Senior Measurement Scientist at ETS, to discuss the evolving landscape of college admissions. She delves into the complexities of standardized testing, holistic admissions, and the impact of recent societal changes on these processes. Sara provides insights from her research and experience, highlighting…
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Recent public polls have found American’s confidence in higher education is waning, but current college students say they still see the investment they’re making in their future. Colleges, universities and national groups are looking to help students make the most of their degree through professional skill development and embedding careers into cur…
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In this special live episode recorded at the 2024 Engage Summit in Raleigh, NC, Dustin chats with Maya about her podcast, "The Hidden Gem," which aims to transform the narrative around community colleges. She emphasizes the importance of marketing and communications in elevating community colleges' profiles and addresses the challenges they face, i…
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In this season 7 wrap-up episode of Future U., Jeff and Michael go to a rapid-fire format and break down six topics in higher education: recent enrollment trends, the state of online education and OPMs, the ongoing FAFSA issues, campus protests related to the Israel-Hamas conflict, the increasing focus on value in higher education, and recent devel…
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In this special live episode recorded at the 2024 Engage Summit in Raleigh, NC, Dustin chats with Shane about his journey into podcasting as well as the importance of cross-campus partnerships. Shane shares actionable insights on how to break down silos in higher education. and highlights successful collaborations that have made a significant impac…
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Gil Rogers, founder and CEO of GR7 Marketing, joins Dr. Drumm McNaughton to discuss the current challenges faced by universities in improving their enrollment funnels, particularly in the context of emerging AI technologies. They share insights on the broken traditional funnel model, demographic shifts, affordability concerns, and reputation issues…
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Obligations in the board governance and strategic planning of biblical higher ed institutions often get a bit murky. If a school ultimately fails to support leadership in reaching its goals, who’s responsible? Scott Rodin, Chief Strategy Officer and Senior Consultant with The FOCUS Group, believes the school’s board chair must instill a culture tha…
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Multicultural marketing means asking questions and being authentically involved in discovering and providing what different demographics need. It’s about making admissions information accessible to all despite language barriers or backgrounds. We’re getting our conversation started with Christian Ponce, the Associate Vice President for Marketing at…
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How Yale and Harvard came together to create a podcast. Neil and Jen join guests Kristi Jobson and Miriam Ingber, Deans of Admissions at Harvard and Yale Law Schools and hosts of “Navigating Law School Admissions”. They share the origin of their podcast, a collaboration between prestigious schools, and how it has evolved and impacted prospective st…
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In this episode, Higher Ed Hacks welcomed Dr. Cassidy Minx, and together we covered the role higher education plays in supporting our state’s economy and how Oklahoma GEAR UP partners with university-bound students to set them up for success while getting their degree. During our conversation, we covered how the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Ed…
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Judith Dutill talks about communication literacy in the age of AI on episode 523 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode In the college classroom, we don’t often emphasize that type of communication as a skill that’s worth teaching, talking about, assessing, and we focus instead on more formal types of communication. -Judith D…
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Colleges are increasingly being judged by how well they prepare students for jobs and careers after they leave, and in response most are trying to adapt their programs and offerings to align with the needs of employers. How are they doing? This week's episode of The Key uses two recent studies (from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and t…
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This week, Dustin chats with Kayvon Touran, CEO and co-founder of Zal.ai. Kayvon shares his journey in early-stage tech startups and the inspiration behind creating Zal.ai, a platform that uses AI to provide contextualized, personalized assessments for learning and development. They discuss the importance of AI in enhancing both higher education an…
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In this episode of the Changing Higher Ed podcast, Drumm McNaughton welcomes back Dr. Zack Mabel, Research Professor and Director of Research, and Kathryn Campbell, Associate Director of Editorial Policy and Senior Editor/Writer, from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce (CEW). They discuss the findings of CEW's recent re…
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