[subscription channel 856]Best Higher Education podcasts (updated July 2, 2015). Teaching and industry news.
Admissions Straight Talk is a weekly discussion of whatâ��s new, thought-provoking, and useful in the world of graduate admissions. Linda Abraham, leading admissions consultant and author, covers the application process for MBA, law school, medical school, and other graduate programs.
The Higher Ed Live network offers live webcasts each week for professionals in higher education. Our programming focuses on on the emerging role of social media and digital media marketing in higher education, admissions, advancement and student affairs. Broadcasting live every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, each week’s episodes feature exclusive interviews with professionals from colleges and universities across the country; journalists; consultants; and other thought leaders. Tackling new topics with each broadcast, we aim to foster knowledge sharing and to be a trusted source of information for higher education professionals around the globe.
Consilience with Pete and Charlie is a podcast about the intersection of science and the humanities after all the lights start blinking and the cars crash into each other and everyone is screaming but no one is hurt because they were all wearing seatbelts.
The Great Courses brings engaging professors from the best universities to our learners, creating a "university of the best" with our customers participating in every step of the process. With this podcast hosted by Ed Leon, you’ll meet our fascinating professors and experts who create The Great Courses, listen to their stories and insights, and learn more about the great work they are doing. Discover scientists explaining the latest findings from the fields of astronomy, particle physics, or neuroscience; historians exploring the implications of the latest archaeological findings; medical experts making sense of current health alerts or medical breakthroughs; and literature professors bringing fresh insights to classic literary works. This podcast is available in audio-only format. More information about our courses can be found at www.TheGreatCourses.com.
Thomas Frank from College Info Geek dives in to the strategies and tactics that the best students use to be awesome at college. Learn how to hack your studying habits to learn more in less time and be more productive, build a personal brand that will make you insanely attractive to the companies you actually want to work for, and get tips to pay off your student debt fast and start making money. Whether you know your university like the back or your hand, or you can't even find your classes, this podcast will help you become an awesome student.
At the heart of higher education debate. Times Higher Education podcasts bring you news and interviews from the world of academia.
From recruiting students to getting media coverage, higher education faces unique communication challenges. Kevin Anselmo reports the news and conducts interviews with thought leaders in this bi-weekly podcast.
Join professors de Roulet and Pecoraro as they encourage students, parents, professors to focus, first, on “Student Caring - A New Way of Thinking About College.”
Join the Conversation is a podcast from the Student Housing Matters blog. This podcast is dedicated to providing interesting interviews with leaders from the higher education community. The blog and this podcast exist to share ideas and insights about how your student housing can do things beyond simply housing students. http://studenthousingmatters.com/
Podcasts from SRHE Annual Research Conference and network events held throughout the year
The mission of Radio Higher Ed is to inform the public and challenge policy makers about postsecondary education policies, issues and their implications.
This podcast series features recordings of academic papers from workshops, conferences and seminars in the UCD Humanities Institute. The Institute provides a creative architectural and conceptual space for interdisciplinary research in the humanities and allied disciplines.
Videos, slideshows and lectures from aboard the MV Explorer and Semester at Sea ports of call.
Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE, with selected new podcasts that will span a wide range of subject areas including business, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, and medicine. Our Podcasts are designed to act as teaching tools, providing further insight into our content through editor and author commentaries and interviews with special guests. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
This is a podcast dedicated to conversations with and stories told by people who work with college students. Its very easy for each of us to get lost in and absorbed by our jobs, and I hope this can help remind folks to take a break, relax, and maybe get turned on to some new ways to relieve some stress and have some fun. A new episode will be posted every Wednesday at 9am.
Listen to interviews with thought leaders in the field of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and other types of free learning, and follow my progress as I try to learn everything you'd get from a four year liberal arts degree in just twelve months using only free learning resources.
KosmosOnline Podcast - inviews with classical liberal academics
Interviews with prominent researchers, college leaders, and Chronicle reporters about pressing news and big ideas in higher education.
Intelligent Conversations is a podcast about interesting things in science and technology as well as relevant discussions about higher education.
The teaching excellence framework, a shake-up of quality assurance, and this week’s books section are all discussed in the latest Times Higher Education issue review. John Elmes is joined by reporters Chris Havergal and Jack Grove, deputy news editor John Morgan, and books editor Karen Shook.
Ajay Major is a fourth year medical student who has accomplished an amazing amount while pursuing a combined BS/MBA/MD program. Look at all those letters that will soon follow his name! Listen to the recording of our interview to be inspired by this current medical student who is also the founder and editor-in-chief of an online magazine for med school students, Medstro Medical Student Ambassador, and somehow juggles a host of other roles while preparing to apply to residency programs. 00:02:16 – Regrets about choosing the BS/MBA/MD path. 00:04:16 – The case for a non-brand name education. 00:06:35 – What Ajay likes most about medical school. 00:08:29 – Best tip for premeds: Step out of your comfort zone! 00:10:30 – Glimpse into the activities of an “entrepreneur, medical student activist, and aspiring physician-journalist.” 00:16:10 – The trick to having time for everything. 00:17:22 – In-Training: what it is and who writes it. 00:19:10 – How Medstro and In-Training differ from SDN. 00...
Once upon a time, college and university presidents distrusted social media. But no more. In this groundbreaking book, media relations and PR pro Dan Zaiontz provides insights and tips for leaders in higher ed who want to adopt social media — or learn how to use it more effectively. This chapter, which wasn't included in the print or ebook, offers suggestions and tips for how PR and media relations can work effectively with a president who's active on social media--or wants to be.
The 25 case studies found in mStoner’s first book, Social Works, will inspire higher ed communicators and marketers and reinforce the value of social media as an essential communication platform. This case study illustrates how communicators at the University of Nottingham worked with experts in the department of politics to comment on a big election in the UK and achieve an impressive variety of outcomes for the university.
On Friday, June 26, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled in favor of marriage equality in the historic case of Obergefell v. Hodges. What does this decision mean for higher education broadly and for student affairs specifically? How will marriage equality in all 50 states change the status of partnered same-gender staff, faculty, and students on campus? What are the implications of marriage equality at both the individual and institutional levels in higher education in the United States? This episode will tackle these questions and more. Join Student Affairs Live co-host, Heather Shea Gasser, as she discusses the SCOTUS ruling with a panel of thought leaders, scholars, and activists. Joining Heather are Paulette Dalpes, Keith Humphrey, Cindi Love, Kathy Obear, and Jamie Washington.
Did you miss out of the HighEdWeb regional conference in Alabama? Higher education web professionals, from marketing, design, development, coding, social media, and management, gathered for an exciting HighEdWeb Association event. Feedback from the backchannel has been great, and the quality of speakers proved to be top-notch. Join conference chair Rachel Carden and guests for a #hewebAL recap and conference debrief.
Pete and Charlie talk shit about a pretty sunset.
We have things we would like to change about ourselves - and our world. Join Ed Leon of the Great Courses as he tackles the difficult subject of how to create positive and long-lasting change that benefits you and the world you live in.
Heads up, friends! This week, I decided to cross-publish one of the episodes Andrew and I created for Listen Money Matters a few months ago. I’m doing this for a couple of reasons: The topic of this episode (credit cards) is something I’ve been asked about a fair number of times I’d like to introduce any listeners of the CIG podcast with an interest in personal finance to LMM So, if you’re unfamiliar with Listen Money Matters, here’s the story: When I was doing research for my list of the 21 best educational podcasts last year, I came across Listen Money Matters in iTunes and ended up massively enjoying it. The two hosts, Andrew and Matt, were able to mix useful content about personal finance with banter and jokes that actually made the show entertaining. It was a perfect mix. After I brought them on this show back in episode 21, we started talking regularly and became friends. Eventually, Matt decided to leave the podcast in order to work on projects that didn’t focus on personal finance...
Brand strategy work is a process, not a project. Once a new campaign is launched, the work is just beginning. Strong brands are built from great experiences, and success comes from your institution’s people living the brand every day. In this episode, host Rob Zinkan and two seasoned higher ed marketing leaders will explore strategies for and examples of bringing your brand to life through your institution’s most valuable asset – its people.
The future for higher education unions, academics who befriend their students on Facebook, and the possible return of the polytechnics are all discussed in this week’s issue review. Chris Parr is joined by reporters Chris Havergal and jack Grove, and news editor Simon Baker.
Entrepreneurship among 18 – 30 year olds in the USA is at a 24 year low, but the founder of Venture for America, is on a mission to spur economic growth through entrepreneurship. Listen to our talk with Andrew Yang, Venture for America’s founder, for great insights into the state of entrepreneurship today, the case for why you should become an entrepreneur (and not a management consultant), and more. 00:02:14 – What is Venture for America? 00:04:20 – The story of how Venture for America came to be. 00:06:35 – How to create 100,000 jobs by 2025. 00:09:00 – Becoming a Venture for America fellow. 00:11:04 – What VFA Fellows do after boot camp. 00:14:27 – A look at where grads of the program end up. 00:19:20 – Chickpea pasta: A Venture for America success story. 00:22:18 – What inspired Andrew to write Smart People Should Build Things. 00:23:34 – Society aside, what is the benefit of becoming an entrepreneur to the individual. 00:28:45 – Do entrepreneurs need business school? 00:30:30 – Why...
An estimated 1 million undocumented children under the age of 18 live in the U.S. and 65,000 undocumented high school students graduate each year. Yet, according to the Pew Hispanic Center, only 7,000-13,000 undocumented students are believed to be enrolled in college systems throughout the U.S., with the largest numbers in California, Arizona, Texas, Florida and Illinois*. While Congress has failed, to date, to pass the D.R.E.A.M. Act, many states have passed legislation to facilitate undocumented students access to higher education. There remains a great deal that student affairs educators can do to work WITH and FOR undocumented students on their campuses.
Pete and Charlie try to talk tenure.
There are tremendous opportunities to tell the story of your school through mobile living streaming apps. You can potentially provide the public with opportunities to catch a glimpse into the life of leadership; show prospective students tours of facilities; and take the public inside the classroom. Mobile live streaming apps also present new challenges, particularly around the topics of privacy and cyber bullying. On episode 37 of FIR on Higher Education, University of Michigan Director of Social Media Nikki Sunstrum will talk about how she is thinking through these opportunities and challenges. Specifically, we’ll cover: – Takeaways from the University of Michigan’s use of mobile live streaming apps to date – The differences between Meerkat and Periscope – Thinking through a live streaming strategy – Potential opportunities – Privacy and cyberbullying matters In my reports section, I discuss an article written by two academics on the disruption within higher education and why marketers...
Why would a company hire someone without interviewing them? This is the story of how (and why) a company decided to do that with me. It happened early on during a week where I had several interviews scheduled with other companies. I get a phone call, and then I hear: “Hi, Thomas. We’ve decided that we don’t really need to interview you to make our decision – we’d like to offer you a summer internship!” Luckily, this was the company I had wanted to intern at for months. I said yes immediately (against that part of my brain that said to compare the pay from other companies), and promptly started my first full-time, corporate work experience that following summer. In this episode, I’ll share the story of how I got to that point. I’ll also boil my experience down into 7 tips that’ll help you get hired more easily as well. Things mentioned in this episode: TechRepublic BOFH series The Four-Hour Workweek The Internship Experience – a journal of sorts I kept on the blog during my internship 97...
A Series for those preparing to teach in Higher Ed for the first time. We did not receive much good advice about how to prepare to teach when we began our careers. In this podcast series we offer advice for our future colleagues who are about to begin their teaching careers in Higher Ed. Learning About Who You Will be Teaching / Notes from Podcast #124 Learning About Who Your Students Are Request an academic report from your admissions or I.T. department. Ask your students to write a “Who we are” paper. During the first days of instruction conduct informal “Getting to know each other” conversations with your new students. Research Perform an Internet search of what has occurred in the lifetime of your students. Making a reference to something that occurred 25 years ago may not be relatable for them. Perspective & Tone Most of your students are just three months out of high school. Set the tone in the first few days of classes. Let your student know what your expectations are for them...
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The directory is one of our most valuable and challenging web assets. The challenge comes taking even the most basic bio-demographic person information and displaying in an intuitive search. We'll tackle this challenge and more on Higher Ed Live Special Edition.
Search drives a large proportion of traffic to higher ed websites. As we thing about the content that is most important to our constituents, how do we ensure our pages are coming up in search results? Typically, we create content and then optimize it for search. In this episode of Marketing Live, we'll flip this approach and explore an SEO-first content strategy.
Higher education institutions’ efforts to tackle “lad culture”, University of Exeter vice-chancellor Sir Steve Smith’s views on spending cuts and immigration policy, and this week’s books section are all covered in this Times Higher Education issue review podcast. Junior reporter John Elmes is joined by books editor Karen Shook, and reporters Chris Havergal and Jack Grove.
Writtle College was granted degree-awarding powers in March 2015. In this podcast, reporter Chris Parr discusses with principal, Steve Waite, what this means for the future of the specialist college, and hears about its plans for the future. The interview was recorded at Writtle College on 7 May 2015.
“All doctors are rich.” “Doctors don’t know anything about money.” If you are a doctor (or will be one day), you’ve probably heard all sorts of myths about doctors and finance. Enter Dr. James Dahle, the White Coat Investor and your “colleague in the physician’s lounge who can tell you how the world really works.” Listen to the recording of our talk with Dr. Dahle to hear his views on successful financial strategy for doctors and future doctors. 00:03:09 – Why Jim joined the military and became an emergency medicine doctor. 00:06:36 – Sick of getting ripped off: How the White Coat Investor site got started. 00:10:29 – The bad financial experience that broke this camel’s back. 00:11:36 – Income vs. wealth and how to make yourself wealthy. 00:12:48 – Advice for premeds: Get accepted to medical school. 00:14:49 – Featured Applicant Question: Should I attend the med school I was accepted to or pursue a Masters and reapply to my dream school next year? 00:17:11 – The best financial move for...
Join co-host Tony Doody for this great opportunity to hear from ACUI's new CEO, John Taylor as he talks about "Trends in Unions and Student Activities" and shares his aspirations for the future of the association. We'll also take some time to learn more about John's personal journey and his advice for professionals entering the field.
We did not receive much good advice about how to prepare to teach when we began our careers. In this podcast series we offer advice for our future colleagues who are about to begin their teaching careers in Higher Ed. Your New Environment / Notes from Podcast #123 Living Considerations Where you live in relationship to where you work is important. Commuting two to four hours a day can take a lot out of you. Consider the negative aspects of being too close to campus. The lack of physical distance can lead to a "fishbowl" experience. As a new prof. you need to be physically on campus and visible as much as possible. The College Environment Working on a campus is really nice! Most folks who go to work every day do not experience they joy of working in a place of learning. Don't become a cubicle worker. Get out and interact with others around campus. We encourage you introduce yourself to people in other departments. Go to sporting and arts events. Universities have a great deal to offer. Setting...
Pete and Charlie read Sir Tim Hunt's comments on "girls in the lab" and think "Not cool, bro."
Many alumni associations are funded primarily by dollars raised from various forms of memberships. Yet many institutions are rethinking this structure, given the accessibility of social networks and competition for dollars from advancement initiatives, and the tremendous opportunities in crowdfunding. Institutions are challenged to provide the right mix of benefits that make paying for a membership an easy choice for alumni. But what about stakeholders that aren’t alumni, or donors who aren’t members? Similarly, universities with robust regional programs are challenged to make events well attended and accessible to all while keeping event costs down. In this episode of Advancement Live, host Ryan Catherwood explores these concepts and more with an all-star lineup from 360Alumni, UCLA and U.Va.
Nicole Lentine speaks with James Wiseman, Vice President of Enrollment at Carroll University. Tune in as they discuss the use of text messaging to aid in the admissions process.
Coffee used to be amazing. The first time I discovered that I actually liked coffee – which happened after buying a Keurig machine for making chai lattes and mochas, and receiving a bunch of free coffee samples – something clicked in my brain. I loved it. Soon, coffee became an everyday habit. My head would pop up from the pillow, and not five minutes later a K-cup was popping into the machine. Eventually I learned that these machines are pretty bad for the environment and don’t really make that great of coffee in the first place, so I upgraded – first to a French press, then to my beloved AeroPress. After so many months, however, something dawned on me. While I still craved coffee in the morning, the euphoric (don’t you dare tip a fedora at me for using that word) taste and rush I’d gotten in the past wasn’t there. Coffee became… background noise. A fixture. When I started reading Gretchen Rubin’s recently published book Better Than Before, a specific passage in the book pointed the reason...
Perhaps you are looking to launch a new content marketing strategy at your school. Or maybe you want to re-evaluate your current content strategy. Where do you begin? How do you create the type of content that will educate and inform targeted audiences and support overall business / institutional objectives? Joe Pulizzi, founder of the Content Marketing Institute, answers such questions on episode #36 of FIR on Higher Education. Among the topics we discuss: What actually is content marketing The value of an editorial mission statement Measuring content impact Using online courses as content marketing collateral Whether you have a content strategy in place or are thinking about creating one in the future, you will not want to miss out on hearing Joe’s insights. In our reports section, I discuss how university presidents’ compensation can potentially be a communications matter and impact the perception of an institution. About Joe Pulizzi Joe Pulizzi is founder of Content Marketing Institute...
NEW Podcast Series!This Noble Profession Information for those preparing to teach in Higher Ed for the first time. THE SERIES 123.Your new environment124.Learning about who you will be teaching 125.Course design 126.Your new colleagues 127.Your new boss 128.Life outside of work 129.Time Management – The Big Picture 130.New faculty orientation 131.Before you walk into the classroom for the first time
Joining us this episode is Dr. Steven Diner, professor of history and former chancellor of Rutgers University - Newark. Dr. Diner spent some time with us talking to us about his background in the higher education world, the subject of diversity in higher ed, and the concept of "reimagining an urban college campus." Dr. Diner became chancellor of Rutgers-Newark in July 2002, and served in that capacity for more than 9 years, retiring in December 2011 to return to teaching at Rutgers. Dr. Diner holds a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in History from Binghamtom University and a PhD in History from the University of Chicago. He is the former President of CUMU, the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities.
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The trend for universities to set grant income targets for individual academics, new research on grade inflation, and the future of the Athena SWAN gender equality charter mark are all discussed in this week’s issue review podcast. Chris Havergal is joined by editor John Gill, deputy features editor Paul Jump, and reporters Jack Grove and Holly Else.
Times Higher Education has published its Asia University Rankings 2015, based on the same tried-and-trusted performance indicators that underpin the prestigious THE World University Rankings. In this podcast special, THE rankings editor Phil Baty and rankings reporter Ellie Bothwell join reporter Chris Havergal to discuss the results.
Is it phony to start volunteering three months before applying to business school? What can I do to prepare to hit the ground running when my target programs release their applications? What is the worst thing to ask a school rep when I come to visit? Get the adcom perspective on these questions and more in our enlightening conversation with Esmeralda Cardenal, former admissions director and current Accepted admissions consultant. 00:00:37 – Featured Applicant Question: I have a low GMAT quant score and few extracurriculars, but want to attend Stanford/Harvard/Wharton. Am I aiming too high? 00:08:59 – How Esmeralda got involved in MBA admissions. 00:10:14 – Applicants who sell themselves short and why they do it. 00:13:21 – What b-school applicants would be so much better off knowing. 00:15:54 – An overview of how an application is reviewed. 00:17:31 – Differences between U.S. and U.K. schools and admissions. 00:19:35 – Advice for Latin American applicants to United States b-schools. 00...
What are the hot trends and issues in Campus Recreation today? How is technology revolutionizing our work and the student experience? What research connects academic success and learning outcomes with Campus Recreation participation? What are some innovative ways that recreation departments are connecting with students to increase engagement? On this episode of Student Affairs Live, host Tony Doody talks with Stan Shingles, Don Stenta, and Cara McFadden to answer these questions and explore many more ideas, issues, and aspirations for the field.
Pete and Charlie continue the conversation about the book Beyond the University.
Building habits is not an exact science. As much as I’d love to be able to tell you that the habit-building strategies that work well for me will be 100% effective… they might not be. Part of the reason for this is that different people have different personalities and traits. For example, some people are wired to want to uphold all expectations – both external (set by others) and internal (set by themselves). Others are rebels – they don’t want to be told what to do at all. Gretchen Rubin, an author of multiple best-selling books, outlines many of these personality types and traits – and how you can use the knowledge of yours to build habits – in her new book Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives. In this episode, she and I talk about this subject; if you’re interesting in improving your habits, check it out! Gretchen has a new podcast of her own as well, so if you enjoy this episode, find the link below and give it a listen. Things mentioned in this episode: Better...
How do you build a homepage that serves the competing needs of 64 campuses, millions of prospective and enrolled students and alumni, and more than 100,000 employees? Create two homepages. That’s what SUNY and mStoner did for the nation’s largest comprehensive public system of higher education. Faced with the challenge of balancing the needs of faculty and staff inside SUNY and the even larger groups on the outside, the solution was to design a site geared toward prospective students and external audiences, SUNY.edu, and another, System.SUNY.edu, meant for faculty, staff, and administrators. This session will highlight the major decisions, challenges, and solutions that went into the launch of the new suny.edu.
The results of the Hepi/HEA survey of Student Academic Experience, one man’s quest to research low-cost private education in developing countries and news from the British Council’s Going Global conference for leaders of international higher education are all discussed in this week’s issue review podcast. Simon Baker is joined by writers Jack Grove, Matthew Reisz and Ellie Bothwell.
Baylor College of Medicine As AMCAS season moves into full swing, we’ve nabbed an interview with two people whom med applicants everywhere are working to impress. Listen to our conversation where Dr. Jesus Vallejo, Assistant Dean for Admissions and Dr. Karen Johnson, Associate Dean for Admissions at Baylor College of Medicine, share a gold mine of information and advice for current and future med school applicants. 00:01:41 – What do deans of admissions actually do? 00:06:20 – Best part of the job! 00:08:05 – AMCAS & TMDSAS. 00:11:09 – An overview of the Baylor curriculum & approach. 00:16:29 – Ramifications of the new MCAT. 00:20:46 – Just how important is it to apply early? 00:23:15 – The best time to take the MCAT. 00:28:41 – Whom the adcom is hoping to “meet” in an AMCAS application. 00:32:03 – Baylor’s mission, vision, and values, and what they mean for applicants. 00:36:59 –Early decision: For the few and far between. 00:39:27 – What your secondary application to Baylor College...
The end of the academic year on many campuses marks the end of a “performance evaluation period” for college and university staff members. On many campuses, supervisors across divisions of student affairs are meeting with their direct reports, reviewing self-evaluations, conducting 360 degree evaluations, and generally assessing performance. How and why we conduct this annual process is an indicator of our effectiveness as professionals and our care for our staff’s development. Yet, performance management can often turn into “mismanagement”. This episode aims to discuss the strategies that supervisors (and their supervisees) can implement to improve practice. On this episode of Student Affairs live, co-host Heather Shea Gasser discusses supervision strategies in student affairs with three experts on the topic, Tony Doody, Gretchen Metzelaars, and Joan Hirt. Join us live and contribute to the conversation via the backchannel using the #HigherEdLive hashtag or send questions in advance to...
Going Beyond the Faculty Directory: Proven Ways to Generate More Media Hits by Showcasing your Faculty Experts Mark Greenfield, Director of Web Services, University at Buffalo and Peter Evans, Co-Founder & CEO, ExpertFile It’s clear that faculty can help you build reputation with a variety of audiences such as media, alumni and donors. However, most online faculty sites get a failing grade. That’s why many schools are now developing “expert centers” to help them tell their stories better. Learn how schools are showcasing their faculty online to deliver a richer web experience for its visitors complete with mobile profiles that feature multimedia and social integration.
Through her strategic plan for the university, The Power of SUNY, Chancellor Zimpher leads a diverse set of successful initiatives in several key areas, including research and innovation, energy, health care, global affairs, and the education pipeline. She has been a vocal advocate for groundbreaking legislative reforms that ensure SUNY can provide broad access to high-quality higher education in an environment of declining state support, while maximizing the system’s impact as an engine of economic revitalization in every region of the state.
Pete and Charlie both read Michael S. Roth's book Beyond the University.
Join host Ed Leon and popular Great Courses professors for lively discussions about topics ranging the world of knowledge. Have you ever dreamed of having your own C3PO or R2D2? It turns out we’re closer than you think. Roombas, pace-makers, Deka arms, navigation systems, you name it... the future of robotics is here! And, managing the uncertainty in our financial futures can seem like a daunting task but with the right tools it becomes manageable and measurable!