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The World of Higher Education is dedicated to exploring developments in higher education from a global perspective. Join host, Alex Usher of Higher Education Strategy Associates, as he speaks with new guests each week from different countries discussing developments in their regions. Produced by Tiffany MacLennan and Samantha Pufek.
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Peter Lake is a Professor of Law who has never shied away from addressing the controversial topics that impact higher education with his trademark candid, unique, and often humorous approach. Eric Seaborg has created this podcast series to capture the insight of Peter Lake on the status of higher education. Eric will have Peter analyzing the key issues challenging the industry of post-secondary education and the future direction of our institutions across the nation.
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A monthly 30-minute series is a thought-provoking podcast series that explores the future of higher education. We'll delve into the challenges and opportunities facing higher education today and discuss innovative solutions that are transforming the way we learn and teach. The series is a production of the American Association of University Administrators and hosted by Dr. Lynn Burks and Dr. Sandra Affenito.
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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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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 ...
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Continuing Studies: A Higher Education Podcast for University Podcasters
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Continuing Studies: A Higher Education Podcast for University Podcasters

University Podcasters Network: with hosts Jennifer-Lee Gunson & Neil McPhedran - founder of Podium Podcast Company, a higher education (Podium U) & not for profit (Podium N4P) podcast agency

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Where we explore the intersection of higher education and podcasting, one inspiring story at a time. Brought to you in part by the University Podcasters Network, this series delves into the uniqueness of university podcast production and podcast growth through the lens of seasoned podcasters across various higher education institutions. Your hosts, Jennifer-Lee Gunson and Neil McPhedran, provide you a masterclass on the intricacies of higher education podcasting. Each episode features engagi ...
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Research in Action is a weekly podcast about topics and issues related to research in higher education from experts across a range of disciplines.
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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 ...
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Roadmap to UK Higher Education” is an informative and engaging podcast series produced by AHZ Associates, aimed at helping international students navigate their journey towards higher education in the United Kingdom. This podcast serves as a comprehensive guide, providing valuable insights, advice, and resources to students who aspire to study in the UK.Each episode of ”Roadmap to UK Higher Education” delves into a specific aspect of the education system in the UK, addressing topics such as ...
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Good School, it’s not just a phrase. It defines who we are. It determines our future success. It determines our social network, and it determines our social mobility. Join the students of the Community College of Baltimore County as they explore the concept of a “good school” in this ongoing podcast series. Season 1 is live with new episodes dropping every Tuesday! Subscribe now to be notified.
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Defining Our Roots/Routes: Asian American in Higher Education serves to amplify the erased voices of Asian American students and faculty in higher education as a form of resistance and consciousness-raising by exploring interrelated themes—histories and legacies of Asian America, pan-Asian American identity, queering Asian America, and Asian American transnationalism & diaspora. Join us for insights into the lived experiences of Asian American students and scholars in higher education spaces ...
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Today's guest is Angela Yung-Chi Hou. She is currently a Professor of National Chengchi University in Taipei and for nearly two decades has been the foremost English-language scholar of Taiwanese higher education. Bu her career has not been restricted to Academia; for much of the past few years she was also head of the Higher Education Evaluation a…
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Authorship represents a new area of policy-related work within higher education research administration, funding agencies, and scholarly journal publishing. Developing Authorship and Copyright Ownership Policies: Best Practices (Rowman & Littlefield, 2024) by Allyson Mower offers the unique aspect of combining details on copyright ownership as well…
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Greg Weiner and Christina Graziano share their experiences and insights as part of the leadership team at Assumption University with hosts Suzan and Audra. They delve into the unique challenges and opportunities in higher education today, with a particular focus on the transformative strength and relevance of Catholic liberal arts education. They d…
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How does a surgical podcast reach over 10 million downloads? With humour, concise learning objectives, and short engaging episodes that sometimes even feature muppets. Join Surgery 101’s Co-Creator Dr. Jonathan White with hosts Neil McPhedran & Jennifer-Lee Gunson as he shares the innovative approaches that have made Surgery 101 a global phenomenon…
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James Purnell has been the president and vice-chancellor of the University of the Arts London since 2021. He joined UAL after a career that included key positions at the BBC (as director of strategy and digital, and director of audio and education) and as a research fellow on the Institute of Public Policy Research’s media project. He has served as…
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In this episode, we have a conversation with the co-editors of the Routledge book Exemplars of Assessment in Higher Education, Volume Two: Strategies for a Changing Higher Education Environment. Our guests are Jane Marie Souza and Tara Rose. Jane Marie is Associate Vice President for Accreditation and the Accreditation Liaison Officer at the Univer…
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Could the traditional "Ivory Tower" be crumbling before our eyes? Join Peter Lake and myself as we celebrate the first anniversary of our show by examining the seismic shifts in higher education; a period we've likened to a renaissance. Together, we navigate through the political and judicial currents that are redefining the value of a college degr…
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American Association of University Administrators Board members and series co-hosts Dr. Lynn Burks and Dr. Sandra Affenito's guest is Jennifer Kolb, National Director of Workforce Development and Strategic Partnerships at MedCerts. Med Certs is a national online training provider strengthening the workforce through innovative eLearning solutions. R…
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Carla Chamberlin and Mak Khan speak with Ingrid Piller about linguistic diversity and social justice. We discuss whether US native speakers of English can teach English ethically; how migrant parents can foster their children’s biliteracy; what the language challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic are; whether multilingualism researchers have a monoling…
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Our guest this week is Alex Usher, President and CEO of Higher Education Strategy Associates. Alex joins co-producer Tiffany MacLennan to talk about the Canadian Higher Education sector, higher education consulting, and his thoughts on the future of higher education.De către Higher Education Strategy Associates
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The Discourse of Scholarly Communication (Lexington Books, 2023) examines the place and purpose of modern scholarship and its dialectical relationship with the ethos of Enlightenment. Patrick Gamsby argues that while Enlightenment/enlightenment is often used in the mottos of numerous academic institutions, its historical, social, and philosophical …
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The podcast episode features an engaging conversation between host Suzan and Jaime Hunt, Vice President for University Communications and Chief Marketing Officer at Old Dominion University, about the evolving landscape of higher education and the crucial role marketing plays in this sector. Hunt, a seasoned professional in higher education, chronic…
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Containing research conducted and published over a half century, Negotiation, Identity and Justice: Pathways to Agreement (Routledge, 2023) by Dr. Daniel Druckman is divided into seven thematic parts that cover: the multifaceted career, flexibility in negotiation, values and interests, turning points, national identity, and process and outcome just…
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We speak with Richard Detweiler about his new book The Evidence Liberal Arts Needs: Lives of Consequence, Inquiry and Accomplishment (MIT Press, 2021). This multi-year project, which entailed interviews with a national sample of over 1,000 college graduates aged 25-64, provides convincing evidence of the benefits the liberal arts in enabling indivi…
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Drawing from his experiences of having belonged to the faculty, administrative, and presidential circles of the university, author Nicholas B. Dirks offers his nuanced and comprehensive reflections on the solutions for the most pressing issues facing universities today. These range from issues with free speech, interdisciplinary work, budgeting cos…
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Listen to this interview of Katherine Firth, academic at, Australia. We talk about the necessary trouble that people have when they write new knowledge. We also talk about the unnecessary trouble that people have when they imagine that this first sort doesn't exist. Firth is the co-author of How to Fix Your Academic Writing Trouble: A Practical Gui…
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Today's guest is Andrée Sursock, a higher education consultant and Senior Advisor to the European Universities Association. She's here to take us on a guided tour of the French system and its history and also to describe the rapid pace of reforms that have taken place over the last two decades, in particular through the presidencies of Nicolas Sark…
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This episode, which is co-hosted with Tandee Wang, features a conversation with Dr. Wendy Cheng, author of Island X: Taiwanese Student Migrants, Campus Spies, and Cold War Activism. Published in November 2023 by the University of Washington Press, Island X delves into the compelling political lives of Taiwanese migrants who came to the United State…
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How does a podcast successfully navigate a host change and still keep their voice? From Here Forward, an alumni focused podcast based in Vancouver, Canada did that, by strategically choosing a voice and a tone for their audience, and then letting the show find its own authentic voice. Join Jennifer Lee Gunson and Neil McPhedran, alongside guests Ca…
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The importance of adapting to ongoing challenges, student support and wellness and leveraging institutional strengths are some of the topics covered in this episode with Dr. Laurie Joyner. Joyner discusses her journey in higher education, from her transformative undergraduate experience at Loyola University in New Orleans to becoming a faculty memb…
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Claiming Space: Performing the Personal through Decorated Mortarboards (Utah State University Press, 2023) by Dr. Sheila Bock examines the growing tradition of decorating mortarboards at college graduations, offering a performance-centred approach to these material sites of display. Taking mortarboard displays seriously as public performances of th…
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In the late 1960s, as the United States was wracked by protests, assassinations, and political unrest, students in Washington State seized the moment. In Washington State Rising: Black Power on Campus in the Pacific Northwest (NYU Press, 2023), California State University, Bernardino, history professor Marc Robinson tells the story of African Ameri…
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Larry Summers, Harvard economics professor and 71st US Secretary of the Treasury, joins the podcast for an in-depth discussion of his career at the highest levels of academic economics, economic policy, university leadership, and corporate America. Jon Hartley is an economics researcher with interests in international macroeconomics, finance, and l…
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Today's guest is Dr. Morshidi Sirat. He’s one of Malaysia’s most experienced higher education observers and policy-makers. Over the last two decades he;s been a Dean, a Vice-Chancellor, Advisor to the Minister of Higher Education, Director General of Higher Education for Malaysia and the Founding Director of Malaysia’s Commonwealth Tertiary Educati…
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Today’s book is: Black Women, Ivory Tower: Revealing the Lies of White Supremacy in American Education (Broadleaf Books, 2024), by Dr. Jasmine L. Harris, which is an exploration of what it means to be a Black woman in higher education. Dr. Jasmine Harris shares her own experiences attempting to be a Vassar girl and reckoning with a lack of legacy a…
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Suzan and Audra speak to Kerry Salerno from Babson College, discussing her career journey, the role of marketing and strategy in higher education, leadership styles and content marketing. Salerno shares her transformative personal experiences at Bentley University and her time working at Northeastern University. Salerno shares her perspectives on h…
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George Floyd's death on May 25th 2020 marked a watershed in reactions to anti-Black racism in the United States and elsewhere. Intense demonstrations around the world followed. Within literary studies, the demonstrations accelerated the scrutiny of the literary curriculum, the need to diversify the curriculum, and the need to incorporate more Black…
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Featuring perspectives from educators, undergraduates, and archivists who are affiliated with community and institutional archives, the contributions to Transforming the Authority of the Archive: Undergraduate Pedagogy and Critical Digital Archives (U Michigan Press, 2023) explore efforts to deconstruct and transform the institutional authority of …
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How do the pressures of academia affect our relationships with ourselves, our work, and with substance use? Dr. Alicia Andrzejewski joins us for a candid conversation about her recent HuffPost article on her struggle to get and stay sober. Our guest is: Dr. Alicia Andrzejewski, who is an assistant professor in the department of English at William &…
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With us today is Roger Smyth. He’s a consultant based in Christchurch New Zealand and a former senior official in New Zealand’s Ministry of Education, and he’s had a privileged perch to observe changes in the country’s student assistance policies over the past two decades. Roger is skeptical about the value of the new program. But what was fascinat…
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From employers to policy makers, universities and their students, everyone agrees that alternative credentials are a good thing for the economy and for expanding access to higher education. But it’s one thing to think it’s a good idea and another to make it happen. The truth is demand for microcredentials remains low among students, the business pl…
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In this insightful episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with President Emeritus Leo Lambert, who led Elon University through a period of remarkable transformation. Lambert's personal journey into higher education, starting as the first in his family to earn a four-year college degree, is a testament to the power of mentorship and seizing opport…
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Discover why YouTube should be an indispensable part of your podcast strategy, even without video. Join Neil McPhedran and Jennifer-Lee Gunson in a thought-provoking conversation with guest expert Steve Goldstein as he walks us through his research and what it tells us about how podcast listeners are using YouTube, shedding light on the role of You…
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Before she became the host and star of Violent Majorities, the RTB series on Israeli and Indian ethnonationalism, Ajantha Subramanian sat down with Elizabeth and John to discuss The Caste of Merit: Engineering Education in India (Harvard UP, 2019). It is much more than simply an historical and ethnographic study of the elite Indian Institutes of Te…
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Today’s book is: Black and Queer on Campus (NYU Press, 2023) by Michael P. Jeffries, which offers an inside look at what life is like for LGBTQ college students on campuses across the United States. Dr. Jeffries shows that Black and queer college students often struggle to find safe spaces and a sense of belonging when they arrive on campus. Drawin…
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Today my guest is Brian Rosenberg, a former president of Macalester University of Minnesota and currently a president in residence — that's really a thing — at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. He's just written a book about academic politics with the wonderful title, “Whatever It Is, I'm Against It”: Resistance to Change in Higher…
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Academic Librarianship: Anchoring the Profession in Contribution, Scholarship, and Service (Rowman & Littlefield, 2023) by Marcy Simons is needed now as a response to how much has changed in academic librarianship as a profession (from the smallest academic libraries to large research libraries). Much has been written recently about the status of t…
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This episode focuses on the intersection of work in student affairs and that of assessment and accreditation. Our guests are Sarah Gordon, Bill Heinrich, and Pam Shefman. Sarah is Associate Professor and Interim Dean for Research and Graduate Studies at Arkansas Tech University. Bill is Director of Mindset at Symplicity, an educational technology f…
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Can we have science without freedom of speech? Dr. Scott Atlas's professional work and personal experiences bring to light an important and often under-discussed element of speech: freedom of speech in the hard sciences. The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a host of new questions and concerns surrounding our medical system and government health agenci…
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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 innova…
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With us today is Marcelo Rabossi, a professor of higher education policy and management at Universidad Torcuato di Tella in Buenos Aires. Over the course of this conversation, he guides us through the ins and outs of the country's public and private university systems, provides insight into previous attempts to introduce tuition fees in the system,…
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Use your podcast to take your mandate beyond the campus, and become an invaluable resource for students, faculty, and the wider public audience. Explore the strategies and tactics behind successful university podcasts as Jenna Spinelle unpacks her experiences producing over 250 episodes of "Democracy Works" and "When the People Decide”, and shares …
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Bands like R.E.M., U2, Public Enemy, and Nirvana found success as darlings of college radio, but the extraordinary influence of these stations and their DJs on musical culture since the 1970s was anything but inevitable. As media deregulation and political conflict over obscenity and censorship transformed the business and politics of culture, stud…
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Listen to this interview of Rebecca Roache, coach and podcaster, and also Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Royal Holloway, University of London. We talk about the application of philosophy to the problems faced by every academic every day. Rebecca Roache : "I'd say that, for many of us, we got into our particular line of research because we were in…
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January is a month of change and new beginnings and our guest for this episode speaks about his experience of both, in terms of his career, the relationship between the arts and sciences and the state of US science. Microbiologist Mike Ibba joins us to discuss Chapman University's decision to move its philosophy department into the Schmid College o…
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The Next Frontier is a new podcast series presented by the American Association of University Administrators. Our objective is to offer unique programming to educators that is thought-provoking – hearing from leaders that were engaging in work that is plotting our “next frontier.” Our goal for the Podcast Series is about the transformation of highe…
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Explore the diverse themes of academic podcasts and the best of 2023’s episodes, and Jen & Neil take us on a reflective journey through a year of insightful discussions with university podcasters. From innovative recruitment strategies to transforming textbooks into engaging podcast content, the conversation delves into the multifaceted uses of pod…
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