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Enrollment Growth University is a professional development podcast for higher education leaders looking to grow enrollment at their college or university.Each episode features an interview with a leader in higher education, discussing enrollment growth strategies that are working at their institution, through topics suchas: enrollment marketing, adult student recruitment, enrollment management, online learning, student retention, data intelligence, online course development, financial aid, a ...
 
Innovative Educators offers Friday 5 Live, where Meg Foster, Online Learning & Design Specialist, with over 20 years of experience in higher education, interviews experts in the field on a variety of timely topics. Each session will be 30 to 60 minutes of engaging content packed with practical information and allowing for interactive Q&A.
 
Enrollment Growth Briefing is a quick daily update for higher education leaders looking to grow enrollment at their college or university. Each briefing highlights a potential enrollment growth strategy or initiative, including topics such as: enrollment marketing, adult student recruitment, enrollment management, online learning, student retention, data intelligence, online course development, financial aid, academic scheduling, and more. If you’re looking for tactics, strategies, and best ...
 
If you're a future focused Higher Education Professional, a University Executive, or an Entrepreneurial Educator committed to the long haul of Higher Education, then this show is for you! Join your host Tony D'Angelo, the founder of Collegiate Empowerment, as he and his guests help you increase your professional Clarity, Confidence, Capability and Commitment, so you can Help College Students Get What They Truly Want and Need for success in the 21st Century. From Enrollment through Engagement ...
 
Leading Improvements in Higher Education with Stephen Hundley from IUPUI is an award-winning podcast service of the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis (assessmentinstitute.iupui.edu), the oldest and largest higher education assessment and improvement event in the U.S. The podcast profiles people, initiatives, institutions, and organizations improving conditions in higher education. Join thought leaders for engaging discussions of enduring and emerging topics, themes, and trends affecting c ...
 
Hosted by Smita Jamdar who is joined by our education and legal specialists, Going Further And Higher offers you a deeper understanding of the current key topics influencing the education sector.In each episode, Smita will discuss topical issues impacting the further and higher education sector, aiming to spark debate, engage and inspire those working in the sector.With a long-standing involvement in and commitment to the education sector, Shakespeare Martineau's education team have extensiv ...
 
Today’s college-bound students have many questions. Many parents don’t understand how much has changed since their college years. The process is even different with every child. Guidance counselors also have a hard time keeping up with post-COVID industry changes. It’s why we have launched the Higher Ed Higher Purpose podcast. It will enlighten, empower and inspire so you can be confident in the search journey to find the best fit for your student.
 
PeopleAdmin is the leading provider of cloud-based talent management solutions for education and government. Its software enables customers to streamline the hiring process, onboard new employees, efficiently manage positions and employee performance, develop compliant and defensible audit trails, and utilize industry-leading reporting and data-driven predictive analytics.
 
HECAOD podcasts feature voices from the field including prevention and recovery professionals, students, researchers, policy makers and parents. Our goal is to provide lively discussions on current topics that motivate innovation, inspire action and advance the field of AOD misuse prevention and collegiate recovery.
 
Research in Action is a weekly podcast about topics and issues related to research in higher education from experts across a range of disciplines.
 
Solutions for Higher Education dives into hot topics in the world of colleges and universities. Sometimes it tackles controversies in education, sometimes it looks at current events, sometimes it's innovations and fun. Brought to you by Southern Utah University, but geared toward anyone with an interest in the subjects, episodes are hosted by SUU's President Scott L Wyatt and Professor Steve Meredith.
 
Know yourself. Teach yourself. Improve yourself. School Sucks is a podcast, call-in show, You Tube channel, & web community promoting real education and rooting out indoctrination. We discuss home-education, self-education, critical thinking, self knowledge, peaceful parenting, personal growth, nonviolent communication & non-aggression Tweets by @SchoolSucksShow !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src="//platfo ...
 
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Jayson Boyers, President of Rosemont College, explains how partnerships can help small schools increase enrollment and better serve their communities. He also discusses how to find “natural partners” and designing curriculums around them; why smaller schools are better positioned for partnerships than other marketing and growth strategies; and how …
 
Reported by EdSurge, the late and brilliant Harvard professor famously predicted in 2011 that “50% of the 4,000 colleges and universities in the U.S. will be bankrupt in 10-15 years.” And while we’re not the whole way to the timing finish line yet, we sure can see it. And while some institutions have gone under in the past several years, we haven’t…
 
This week on the podcast the press and politicians have been attacking the Race Equality Charter - how should universities respond? Plus there’s some interesting new LEO data out on the industries in which graduates are working, and OfS has published new figures on grade inflation. With Chris Shelley, Director of Student and Academic Services at th…
 
Listen to this interview of Dave Harris, a writing coach who uses principles from design to help authors develop writing practices. We talk about his book, Literature Review and Research Design: A Guide to Effective Research Practice (Routledge, 2019), and the ongoing conversation that is research. Dave Harris : "And one of the important elements o…
 
As we wrap up this school year and our conversations on leadership in honor of our colleague Dr. Denise Swett, Kate Mueller reflects on this year: things learned, surprises found, and how this year of continued pandemic learning will inform the upcoming academic year. Kate shares her recommendations for how we can lead from where we are and resourc…
 
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…
 
Daniel Clark is the Head of Technology Enhanced Learning at the University of Kent and a PhD researcher at Lancaster University. In this talk, Daniel draws upon his professional experiences and applies a critical lens to the emergent rhetoric of EdTech in post-pandemic HE. Daniel discusses his recent paper; a critical discourse analysis of sector-o…
 
Reported by The Brookings Institution, while last year’s Build Back Better bill suggests broad bipartisan approval and alignment for critical infrastructure work, broadband access for students was historically stuck in the political crosshairs. Perhaps because for this type of infrastructure, private companies would be exclusively enlisted to do th…
 
Christy Jackson, Sr. Director of Reputation Management and Communication at UNC Charlotte and Chris Gonyar, Director of Emergency Management at UNC Charlotte join the podcast to discuss why operational and communicational responses must be aligned during a crisis, and how to ensure that actually happens.…
 
Reported by Higher Ed Dive, there is an interesting correlation in a declining interest in our humanities degree programs and an increase in political polarization over the past 8 years. And while correlation should not be confused with causation, a similar study from UNSW Sydney shows a similar decline in emotional intelligence over the same perio…
 
In today’s episode of How To Be Wrong we welcome Adrian Lenardic, who is a professor in the Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences at Rice University and an avid scakteboarder. Adrian has an interesting background, having started as a visual arts major at UW Madison before switching to geophysics. He went on to get his PhD in pla…
 
Reported by Inside Higher Ed, Duke University faculty director of their environmental leadership program, Rebecca Vidra, was surprised at how much more than the FAFSA there really was through seeing her daughter’s enrollment experience.
 
We continue our discussion with Mark Nordenberg, who shares lessons from his successful 19 year tenure as Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh and his subsequent career as Director of the Institute of Politics, including his recent stint chairing the Committee charged with making recommendations on Pennsylvania redistricting. David Finegold i…
 
Eric Grindley, CEO at Esquire Advertising, joins the podcast to talk about geo framing, a more accurate and targeted form of geofencing that can help universities increase their application and enrollment rates.Από τον Eric Olsen: AVP of Marketing at Helix Education
 
Reported by Inside Higher Ed, it can be difficult for prospective students to understand how welcoming a particular institution might be to their particular faith. A new INSPIRES score, determining an institution’s Interfaith, Spiritual, Religious, and Secular Campus Climate Index, and developed by researchers at Ohio State University and North Car…
 
Reported by Fierce Education, while many universities are now online-only, could a Metaversity be in our future? Where virtual reality is the only access point? And if so, is this university more or less likely to be a spin off campus from a well known brand, or a tech startup?
 
This week on the podcast the results of the Research Excellence Framework have been published - what do they mean and how should the exercise change? Plus a higher education bill has been announced in the Queen’s speech, and we reflect on our Access All Areas event where we discussed the big issues with OfS’ John Blake. With Carl Lygo, Vice Chancel…
 
The American Association of Geographers (AAG) is a non-profit scientific and educational society aimed at advancing the understanding, study, and importance of geography and related fields. Its headquarters is located in Washington, D.C. The organization was founded on December 29, 1904, in Philadelphia. As of 2020, the association has more than 10…
 
A Guide to Academic Podcasting is a practical guidebook introducing scholars to the multiverse of podcasting. It’s an open-source publication made by Amplify Podcast Network, written by Stacey Copeland and Hannah McGregor. In this conversation, we talked about embodied knowledge, gendered (and racialized) voices, and how new media publishing is tra…
 
Reported by Higher Ed Dive, while online learning can transform opportunity for those juggling many responsibilities and who are far from a physical campus location, our online students do have lower engagement and retention rates.
 
Targets of bullying are often the most vulnerable members of the scientific workforce-they may be low-paid graduate students or postdocs, living in a foreign country, navigating a foreign language and culture, and whose immigration status is tied directly to their employment. They may also have young families, be living paycheck-to-paycheck, and ha…
 
Reported by Higher Ed Dive, Ohio’s Second Chance Grant program moved from pilot to permanent, allowing student stop-outs from public colleges and universities eligible for a $2,000 grant if they return to class within five years of stopping out.
 
Even in the midst of a nationwide surge of bias and incidents against them, Asians from coast to coast have quietly assumed mastery of the nation's technical and intellectual machinery and become essential American workers. Yet, they've been forced to do so in the face of policy proposals―written in the name of diversity―excluding them from the upp…
 
Millennials in the U.S. have been characterized as uninterested in religion, as defectors from religious institutions, and as agnostic about the role of religious identity in their culture. Amid the rise of so-called "nones," though, there has also been a countervailing trend: an increase in religious piety among some millennial Catholics. The Fell…
 
Reported by Higher Ed Dive, salaries for higher ed professionals increased less than half of the inflation rate increase in the past year. This trend mirrors similar realities and their respective hiring and retention challenges employers are experiencing nationwide.
 
Reported by Higher Ed Dive, this expansion will include free tuition, books, and fees for 175 programs from more than 35 universities. These programs are largely focused on foundational priorities for the organization, including agriculture, supply chain and operations, and manufacturing - ensuring their employees’ upskilling provides a direct and …
 
This week on a heavily West Midlands infused podcast, the Office of the Independent Adjudicator has published its annual report - what is it telling us about complaints and consumerism in HE? Plus sector bodies have been publishing their responses to the English HE reform proposals, there’s a new report out on student suicide and information sharin…
 
Reported by EdSurge, a new study published by Educational Psychology Review showed that students who participated in an online field trip exploring climate science using virtual reality scored significantly better on both a test immediately after and later in the term compared to the student group who had simply watched an online video on the subje…
 
Reported by Higher Ed Dive, a new report from Ithaka S+R shows a higher completion rate from Georgia State University students who received up to $2,500 to clear unpaid balances and stay enrolled for the term. These students also ended with an average of $3,278 less debt than non-recipients, greater than their emergency aid received.…
 
We are delighted to present All for One and One for All: Public Seminar Series on Mental Health in Academia and Society. All for One and One for All talks will shine the light on and discuss mental health issues in academia across all levels – from students to faculty, as well as in wider society. Seminars are held online once per month on Wednesda…
 
AD KAN (NO MORE) was founded in 1988 by a group of academics at Tel Aviv University. The initiative, a public pressure group, was prompted by public indifference (at best) about Israel’s 20-year occupation of the Palestinian Territories, and its forceful attempts to suppress the nascent First Intifada popular uprising in the West Bank. Whilst outwa…
 
Reported by EdSurge, while we utilize grade level and prerequisites to try and create a fairly even academic level within each of our classrooms so we can best teach to the mean, have we ignored thinking about learning speeds?
 
When Communication Became a Discipline (Lexington, 2021) argues that speech and journalism professors embraced the concept of communication between 1964 and 1982. They changed the names of their scholarly societies and journals and revised their academic curricula. Five “strands” of scholarship became and remain central to this transformation. Comm…
 
Mark Nordenberg is part of a vanishing breed within higher education – a leader who has spent almost his entire career at a single university. In the first of a two-part episode, Nordenberg shares his background and describes his journey at the University of Pittsburgh, beginning with a quick rise to full professor in the Law School, followed by su…
 
Reported by EdSurge, as many less selective liberal arts colleges across the country face difficult financial challenges about which 20 programs they need to cut to design a financially responsible way forward, is intelligent collaboration between other like institutions our best option here?
 
Reported by EdSurge, Hope College is moving forward with piloting a pay-it-forward model where they “hope” (pun intended) their graduates who attend college tuition-free will become philanthropic partners and help pay for the next generation of students.
 
This week on the podcast the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change has argued for 70 per cent HE participation - but are interventions from Blair doing more harm than good? Plus the Home Affairs committee reports on spiking, IFS has a report on student loans and Michelle Donelan has been talking about free speech. With Paul Greatrix, University of…
 
Reported by Inside Higher Ed, while public institutions in California are comparatively affordable to public institutions in less expensive states, for graduate student Anna Holman, housing accounts for 70% of her income earned as a teaching assistant at UC Santa Barbara.
 
Race is the subject of passionate and increasingly angry debate. But amidst all the talk of unconscious bias it’s an area into which many fear to tread. In this podcast Professor McWhorter of Colombia University outlines his sometimes controversial views on these issues and explains why he wants to debate them in public. His latest book is Woke Rac…
 
Reported by Inside Higher Ed, if a school were to ban the teaching of the concepts of evolution from their AP biology course for instance, AP may remove their authorization and the AP designation would even be removed from student transcripts who had taken the course.
 
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