Whether you come in contact with the Judicial system as a student charged with a conduct vioation or if your contact is through being a member of the judicial board panels, many students will have some kind of interaction with this office during their time on campus. Take some time to hear more about this office and the work they do - and how that can impact YOU.
Maybe you've never considered the idea of working on a research project before, or what it could mean to you and your future. Now might be the time. Please join us as we speak to two professors who do research and who work hard to include students in those projects - Dr. Tom Philbrick from Biology and Dr. Sean Murthy from Computer Science.
Here's the second in our series about campus administrators. This time out, we'll be speaking with Dr. Michelle Brown, Dean of the Macricostas School of Arts and Sciences. We'll hear about her and her job as dean, as well as learning more about the Macricostas School and all the fabulous things that happen there. Please tune in to hear more about it.
WCSU alum Ryan Reynolds left the university and found a great career with Green Chimneys in Brewster. He talks to WCSU 411 about opportunities for current students too. (25:30) Chantel Williams joins Paul to lay out the upcoming events here at the university.
In today's marketplace, one thing that can give you a definite leg-up on the competition is experience, and there's no better way to gain it than through an internship or co-op. Today we'll be speaking with Dr. Tony Ciarleglio, who directs the Career Success Center's Cooperative Education programs.
There's so much to know about Financial Aid that it can seem overwhelming. For a quick primer about things you absolutely should know, tune in with guests Melissa Stephens, Director, and Amanda Favale, Associate Director, as they talk about their offices and the help you can find there.
Joining the podcast today is Dr. Missy Alexander, WCSU provost and academic vice president, to talk about how the university and community can support each other. Chantel Williams joins, as always, to break down the upcoming events here at WCSU. https://wcsuprovostblog.com/
Standardized testing is a part of nearly every college experience. Not only can they assist you in getting a graduate school acceptance, but you may also be able to earn college credit with CLEP testing! Take a listen as we talk to the people who run testing services on campus to see what's available to you right here at WCSU.
The Bookstore. The Shuttle. Food Service. The Early Learning Center. These are some of the Auxiliary Services that function to make our campus function. Please join in with us as we speak to Dr. Paul M Simon to learn more about these vital services and how they function.
Do you sometimes feel as if nothing is going right, or that you might be drowning under the pressures of your life? If so, tune in to learn about becoming resilient, and how it can actually change your life by changing your outlook (and your neural pathways!) We're joined by Dr. Jenni Griffin, Dean of APEX at The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio.
The Ancell Commons is a hidden gem on the Westside campus. Connected to the Young Library, it serves all students, but focuses on the needs of students in JLA and business majors in the Ancell School of Business. We speak today with the coordinator of the Commons, Elise Budnick, and student tutor Stephen Scholz.
We've all heard the title "Dean" before, but do we know anything about what it is they do and who they are? Probably not, but we're going to change that today. Listen in as we speak to the Dean of the Ancell School of Business, Dr. David Martin about his job as Dean, what's going on in Ancell, and why a business class might be helpful even if you're not a business major.
There's a formula to graduating that's individual for every major. Your program sheet tells you exactly what that format is, so it's quite important to know about it and understand it. Another tool to keep you on track toward graduation is Degree Works. Take a few minutes to hear all about these important resources that can keep you moving toward graduation.
It's that time - time to hire RAs and ARMs for the Fall 2019 semester. If you've never considered this leadership opportunity, now may be the right time to give it some thought. Listen in as two of our RDs - and some former RAs and ARMs - discuss what it takes to be RAs and ARMs! (For those wanting to contact them, Ryan's email is email@example.com, and Sean's email is firstname.lastname@example.org).
Many students come to campus with an idea of what they want to study. But many others come with lots of ideas, and may need some help narrowing the options. Listen in today as Ann-Marie Puleo and Jason Rizk of the Academic Advising Center talk about how this process can work for you.
Have you ever considered an on-campus job? There are many available, and many reasons why it can be the perfect thing for you. Today, we'll talk with Dr. Anna-Maria Heredia of our Financial Aid and Student Employment department, who knows more about it than just about anyone on campus.
Did your fall semester not go quite according to plan? Wondering how you can get off to a better start in the Spring? Several of our ARMs will share some advice about how to get things off on the right foot, and how they can help you keep at it throughout the semester.
Just in time for the holidays, we have a special guest, Mr. Shawn Rochester, president and CEO of Good Steward LLC. Find out why HOW you buy a car will help to determine your financial health and legacy. Tune in to start your journey to good financial management.