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.
Dr. James Lang, Professor of English and Director for the Center of Teaching Excellence at Assumption College, joined the podcast to talk about the one question faculty should ask themselves before designing a new course.
Dr. Paul Nissenson, Associate Professor at Cal State Polytechnic University, Pomona, joined the podcast to talk about testing a move away from a traditional lecture format in an upper-level engineering course that had become a roadblock for many students.
Dr. Sharon Belden Costanguay, Director of Wesleyan University’s Gordon Career Center, joined the podcast to talk about the importance of philosophical career planning in terms of keeping students motivated toward degree completion, and how she’s hoping to scale this understanding with her Career Counseling MOOC at Wesleyan.
Dr. Stan Eisen, Professor of Biology and Director of Pre-Professional Health Programs at Christian Brothers University, joined the Enrollment Growth University podcast to talk about his creative alternative to a traditional final exam, and the benefits of such experiential learning opportunities.
Laura Dicht, Manager of Online Program Quality at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering, joined the podcast to talk about a new course quality management position that many institutions need to consider adding to their teams.
As universities are striving to increase student collaboration, Dr. Scott Roberts is succeeding.
He started at the beginning. In the classroom.
He believes traditional learning spaces were designed with the teacher in mind, so they could speak at students. Collaboration was never a component of the traditional lecture hall setup.
That’s all changing at The University of Maryland.
Dr. Roberts is the director of the Teaching and Learning Transformation Center, where he oversees a...
Dr. Jodi Levine Laufgraben, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Assessment, and Institutional Research at Temple University joined the podcast to talk about Temple’s Fly in 4 initiative and economically creative ways to keep students in class, engaged and persisting through graduation.