Dr. Joshua Goodman, Associate Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University, joined the podcast to talk about creative ways to soften the emotional blow from critical student evaluations through “summaries”.
Steven King, Associate Professor of Interactive and Multimedia at The University of North Carolina’s School of Media and Journalism, joined the podcast to talk about why virtual reality has the opportunity to surpass the experiential benefits of the traditional campus tour.
Dr. David Peña-Guzman, Assistant Professor in the School of Humanities and Liberal Studies at San Francisco State University, joined the podcast to talk about creating distraction-free zones on campus.
Dr. John Quelch, Vice Provost at the University of Miami and Dean at the Miami Business School, joined the podcast to talk about why students are moving away from the traditional MBA and toward specializations
Dr. Carolyn Speer, Manager of Instructional Design and Access at Wichita State University, joined the podcast to talk about why she’s doubling down on the power of the online discussion board to facilitate better student-to-student interactions.
Bruce Robertson, Associate Professor of Marketing at San Francisco State University, joined the podcast to talk about how a classroom scheduling mix-up forced him to have to think about how to creatively scale via modular learning.
Shana Cooper, English Instructor at Harold Washington College, joined the podcast to talk about how seeing firsthand how students were struggling during tutoring sessions helped her redesign her own assignments.
Dr. Ray Klump, Professor and Chair of Mathematics and Computer Science at Lewis University, joined the podcast to talk about the future of computer science as an academic field, and Lewis’ 4 brand-new CS + X programs.
Chuck Tryon, Professor of English at Fayetteville State University joined the podcast to talk about the top learnings that came from transparently asking his students how they would re-design his course.
Karinne Bredberg, Assistant Director for Commercialization and Innovation at Northern Illinois University, joined the podcast to talk about the power of on-campus employer partnerships and NIU’s agreement with Discover Financial.
Erin Supinka, Assistant Director for Digital Engagement at Dartmouth College, joined the podcast to talk about her lessons learned from a year of in-depth social media content, timing, photography and channel testing.
Michael Light, Assistant Vice President of Enrollment at Trinity College of Hartford, Connecticut, joined the podcast to talk about the benefits of offering students a 4-year aid package at the point of admittance – especially for low-income students and families.
Dr. Arthur Graesser, Professor in the Department of Psychology and the Institute of Intelligent Systems at the University of Memphis joined the podcast to talk about the student benefits of intelligent tutoring systems, his work with AutoTutor, and creating cognitive disequilibrium as part of the learning process.
Drew Melendres, Senior Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs and Athletics at St. Catherine University, joined the podcast to talk about the benefits of centralized leadership over the entire student experience.
Mary Callahan, Senior Associate Dean and Registrar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, joined the podcast to talk about the fraud prevention and student empowerment benefits of offering digital diplomas through the blockchain.
Dr. Diana Comuzzie, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Schreiner University, joined the podcast to talk about creative ways to improve course availability for students through consortium partnerships.