Best Higher Education podcasts — Teaching and industry news (Updated October 2018; image)
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This podcast is a collection of interviews & lectures, some of which are recorded specifically for this podcast, and some that are from his university courses, public lectures, documentary interviews, and YouTube videos from his channel: Jordan Peterson Videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/JordanPetersonVideos). The podcast offers discussion and information concerning a variety of complex ideas: How moral & pragmatic values regulate emotion and motivation; Psychometric models such as the Big ...
 
Thomas Frank and Martin Boehme from College Info Geek dive into the strategies and tactics that the best students use to be awesome at college. Learn how to study better, hack your 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 ev ...
 
The Great Courses brings engaging professors from the best universities to lifelong learners on audio and video. We create a "university of the best," working closely with our customers to design each Great Course. 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 ast ...
 
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The Anthill
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Unearthing stories from the world of academia.
 
The latest university news, higher education analysis and world university rankings discussion. Essential listening for academics and university professional staff, and those with a keen interest in academia. Times Higher Education: at the heart of higher education debate.
 
Thank you for checking out the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. This is the space where we explore the art and science of being more effective at facilitating learning. We also share ways to increase our personal productivity, so we can have more peace in our lives and be even more present for our students.
 
The Society for Research into Higher Education is a UK-based international learned society concerned to advance understanding of higher education, especially through the insights, perspectives and knowledge offered by systematic research and scholarship. The Society aims to be the leading international society in the field, as to both the support and the dissemination of research.
 
For millions of American teenagers and their parents, adolescence is increasingly defined by one all-consuming goal: Getting into the right college.“Getting In” is a real-time podcast following a diverse group of New York-area high school seniors through the exhilarating and harrowing process of applying to college. The series is hosted by Julie Lythcott-Haims, the former Dean of Freshmen at Stanford University and author of “How to Raise an Adult.” The season will chronicle all the importan ...
 
Bi-weekly news and interviews about communicating effectively in post-secondary education
 
Intelligent people discussing intelligent things. Come join the conversation
 
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Speaking with...
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Ideas and analysis from the sharpest minds in the academic and research world.
 
In the Higher Ed Happy Hour, three well-known Washington, DC-based journalists and policy wonks -- Kevin Carey of New America, Andrew Kelly of the American Enterprise Institute, and Libby Nelson of Vox.com -- discuss the latest happenings in higher education policy, research, and popular culture. There are special guests, wonky digressions, and excursions into the shocking and absurd.
 
This podcast series features recordings of academic papers from workshops, conferences and seminars in the University College Dublin Humanities Institute. The UCD Humanities Institute provides a creative architectural and conceptual space for interdisciplinary research in the humanities and allied disciplines. The Institute forms an integral element within UCD's strategic mission to develop as a research intensive university and has set itself the objective of enhancing the critical mass and ...
 
Join professors de Roulet and Pecoraro as they encourage professors to achieve success.
 
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Life Work Balances
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Conversations about the balance of life and work. A podcast for, by and, about student affairs professionals.
 
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SAGE MASTER LIST
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Welcome to the official free Podcast from SAGE, with selected new podcasts that span a wide range of subject areas including Sociology, criminology, criminal justice, sports medicine, Psychology, Business, education, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, medicine and AJSM. 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 publ ...
 
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/
 
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.
 
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IHS Academic
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Podcasts by IHS Academic, connecting the network of liberty advancing academics.
 
USACollegeChat is a weekly podcast for parents and high school students about the world of college options hosted by Regina Paul and Marie Segares. USACollegeChat is a program of Policy Studies in Education, a non-profit organization with over 40 years of success in engaging parents and school boards in K-12 education. For more information, including detailed show notes with links to all the colleges mentioned in each episode, visit http://usacollegechat.org/. Connect with us! Follow us on F ...
 
The One Year BA
 
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.
 
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.
 
Helping small town students through the top college process.
 
During each podcast episode Aaron Greene, Founder and College Planning Advisor at College Liftoff, helps students and families reduce the cost of higher education, navigate the application process, and make well-rounded decisions by evaluating the modern metrics of education.College Liftoff emerged from Aaron’s desire to help students learn to treat education like an investment, accounting for the career, academic, and financial factors that shape this decision. He has also forged a debt con ...
 
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Ask The Professor
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University of Detroit Mercy's radio trivia show
 
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Times Higher Education's data editor Simon Baker joins Sara Custer to talk about stories he's worked on recently using data sets from around the HE world, including figures from THE's own 2019 World University Rankings. The stories mentioned in the podcast are: Should the research elite collaborate more with poor countries? https://www.timeshig ...…
 
Thomas Tobin talks about his book Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone: Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education on episode 227 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Learning styles are not fixed characteristics. —Thomas Tobin It’s an iterative practice that allows students to cement things from short-term learning in ...…
 
We’ve taken our cue for this episode of The Anthill podcast from the Cambridge Festival of Ideas – the theme for which in 2018 is extremes. As the organisers point out, it really does feel like we’re living in an age where the world is growing more and more extreme. Far-right political extremism is on the rise around the world, with extreme, po ...…
 
Professor Amanda Fulford, Edge Hill University, speaks at SRHE Theory Network Event - IS THERE (STILL) ROOM FOR EDUCATION IN THE CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITY? Exploring policy, research and practice through the lens of professional education. Seminar 3. (Audio length - 00:22:49)
 
Podcast of Mark O'Connell's lecture (To Be a Machine) as part of the 'Plotting the Future' lecture series.
 
Professor Amanda Fulford, Edge Hill University, speaks at SRHE Theory Network Event - IS THERE (STILL) ROOM FOR EDUCATION IN THE CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITY? Exploring policy, research and practice through the lens of professional education. Seminar 3. (Audio length - 00:46:33)
 
Professor Richard Smith, Durham University, speaks at SRHE Theory Network Event - IS THERE (STILL) ROOM FOR EDUCATION IN THE CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITY? Exploring policy, research and practice through the lens of professional education. Seminar 3. (Audio length - 00:44:49)
 
Dr Áine Mahon, University College Dublin, speaks at SRHE Theory Network Event - IS THERE (STILL) ROOM FOR EDUCATION IN THE CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITY? Exploring policy, research and practice through the lens of professional education. Seminar 3. (Audio length - 00:28:25)
 
In this podcast - #251, Daniel and David explore a caring approach to student excuses.
 
If you're looking to build a career, you'll probably need to talk to someone. Here's how to put your best foot forward at career fairs and everywhere else. Full show notes This week’s episode is sponsored by: Brilliant: Accelerate your learning in math, science, and computer science. Start learning for free at Brilliant.org/CollegeInfoGeek — an ...…
 
Carole Leathwood and Dr Barbara Read, speak at SRHE Higher Education Policy Network Event - Casualisation and the academy: Considering the implications for academics, students and higher education policy (Audio length - 00:32:27)
 
Dr Vik Loveday, Goldsmiths, speaks at SRHE Higher Education Policy Network Event - Casualisation and the academy: Considering the implications for academics, students and higher education policy (Audio length - 00:32:56)
 
The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently released an urgent call to keep global warming below 1.5℃. As higher education becomes more globalised, how can universities ensure that internationalisation doesn’t contribute to rising global temperatures? And should environmental sustainability studies be part of the general curriculu ...…
 
Rajiv Jhangiani shares about critical open pedagogy on episode 226 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode We can actually modify our instructional resources to serve our pedological goals. —Rajiv Jhangiani The magic of open pedagogy is when you open it to not just faculty members but also students. —Rajiv Jhangiani Critic ...…
 
Nidhi S. Sabharwal, speaks at SRHE International Research and Researchers Network Event - Higher Education in India: Institutional and Social Hierarchies (Audio length - 00:20:28)
 
Podcast of Associate Professor Clara Tuite's keynote at 'Settler Social Identities: Rational Recreation In the Long Nineteenth Century'.
 
Podcast of Professor Philip Kitcher's lecture (Truth and Science) as part of UCD Humanities Institute's public lecture series 'Truth to be Told'.
 
If you've ever wanted to take your Instagram posts to the next level, this episode is for you. We talk about how and why to learn the art of photography. Full show notes This week’s episode is sponsored by: Brilliant: Accelerate your learning in math, science, and computer science. Start learning for free at Brilliant.org/CollegeInfoGeek — and ...…
 
Quotes from the episode Sometimes we’re going to take a few steps back, but most days we’re going to take a step forward. —Matt Rhoads If you’re willing to put in the work … then you’re going to have a successful book. —Matt Rhoads What can you do better than a textbook publisher other than the fact that you can be free? —Kelly Robinette What i ...…
 
The World Academic Summit hosted by the National University of Singapore brought together more than 500 university and industry leaders to discuss the transformative power research can have in advancing knowledge, driving economic growth and building nations. Sara Custer is joined by THE's chief knowledge officer Phil Baty and editor John Gill ...…
 
Fun fact: people were fit long before we invented bench pressing or treadmills. We talk about how to ditch the gym without giving up your health. Full show notes This week’s episode is sponsored by: Audible: Get a free audiobook download and a free 30-day trial by going to audible.com/CIG or texting “CIG” to 500-500 on your phone. Brilliant: Ac ...…
 
Air date: 9/30/18 Host Matt Mio is joined by Professors Joe Abisaid, Jim Tubbs, Dan Maggio and Dave Chow.
 
Jesse Stommel and Sean Michael Morris share about An Urgency of Teachers on episode 224 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Having a kid, especially such a young child who’s seeing the world for the first time, makes me understand education in a completely different way. —Jesse Stommel When we’re teaching online, we’re ...…
 
In case you haven't heard, every year we rank 1,000 research-intensive universities from around the world based on their teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook. Such rich data means we can identify shifts in the performance of universities and benchmark excellence in global higher education. Sara Custer is joined by TH ...…
 
In this 5 questions episode, we talk about our grades, credit cards, being present-minded, working for free, and working while exhausted. Full show notes This week’s episode is sponsored by: Todoist: If you're a student or educator, you can get Todoist's awesome Premium features - like project templates and automated reminders - for 50% off at ...…
 
Air date: 9/23/18 This week’s program features the second half of a program that was recorded before a live audience in the newly-remodeled Detroit Mercy McNichols Campus Library.
 
What are the key differences in working as a student housing professional for COCM versus a public institution? How does working within the confines of a bureaucracy for a university contrast with serving a housing-focused private company? And how can the two work together for the good of the students they serve? Gray Bekurs is the Vice Preside ...…
 
Karen Cangialosi on episode 223 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast discusses open education in STEM. Quotes from the episode I love when my students are surprised at what I’m asking them to do. —Karen Cangialosi We have such an opportunity to use our classrooms as experimental places where we can really affect change. —Karen Cangialosi Rigor ...…
 
Does a small campus always create a greater sense of community? Do lower faculty to student ratios mean teaching is better? We discuss the results of our annual survey of 200,000 current college students across the US and the top performers in the Wall Street Journal / Times Higher Education College Rankings. Sara Custer is joined by rankings e ...…
 
Sometimes we need something unexpected to come and shake up our perspective. We talk about a few life lessons after a close call on a mountain bike. Full show notes This week’s episode is sponsored by: Brilliant: Accelerate your learning in math, science, and computer science. Start learning for free at Brilliant.org/CollegeInfoGeek — and if yo ...…
 
Air date: 9/16/18 This week’s edition of Ask The Professor features the second half of a show recorded in June at Axle Brewery in Ferndale, Michigan.
 
Ian Wolf shares his reflections on listening to all the episodes of Teaching in Higher Ed on episode 222. Quotes from the episode You have to make your expectations abundantly clear because nobody can meet an imaginary expectation. —Ian Wolf Put learning as the focus as opposed to the teaching as a focus. —Ian Wolf Resources Mentioned Reacting ...…
 
Gennadiy Solovyev/Shutterstock. What do we pass onto the next generation when we’re gone? In this episode of The Anthill podcast we bring you three stories from academics who study aspects of inheritance – from inherited wealth, to the natural inheritance we leave our children, and the genetic inheritance held within our DNA. The way countries ...…
 
As it turns out, we're not the only podcast out there. Here are ten of Thomas' favorites. Full show notes Things mentioned in this episode: The 42 Best Educational Podcasts in 2018 Listen Money Matters Pocket Casts (iOS | Android) Cortex The Pen Addict Smart Passive Income The Side Hustle Show Hello Internet Numberphile on YouTube Periodic Vide ...…
 
Air date: 9/9/18 The Professors are back with the first episode of a brand new season of ATP, and this week’s program was recorded before a live audience in the newly-remodeled Detroit Mercy McNichols Campus Library.
 
Results from a major higher education funding review, a potential overahaul of student visas and a closer look at the university pensions scheme are all on the docket for autumn. Sara Custer speaks with deputy news editor John Morgan about the significant statements universities minister Sam Gyimah made at the Universities UK annual conference ...…
 
DeRay Mckesson shares about his new book, On the Other Side of Freedom: A Case for Hope, on episode 221 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode We should talk about the things that are true as simply as possible. —DeRay Mckesson You can’t fight for people you don’t know. —DeRay Mckesson Resources Mentioned Episode #107 wit ...…
 
Universities are competing to attract and retain globally mobile talent. What are the strategic challenges to stand out from the crowd? How much does work culture affect academics' career decisions? And do English speaking countries have an advantage when vying for star researchers? Phil Baty chairs this live podcast from the Times Higher Educa ...…
 
There is no doubt that institutions of higher learning face a number of challenges, not the least of which is an unsustainable financial model. Tuition, fees, room and board no longer pay the bills—despite sticker prices as high as $72K a year! So, how do colleges and universities design innovative solutions and continue to thrive in the 21st c ...…
 
Growing Up Aboriginal in Australia is a compilation of 52 essays from First Nations authors, some of whom have never been published before. Rounak Amini/AAP Anita Heiss is one of the most prolific writers documenting Aboriginal experiences in Australia today through non-fiction, historical fiction, poetry and children’s literature. Her memoir, ...…
 
In this milestone podcast - #250, Daniel and David explore a caring approach to three types of disruptive student behavior.
 
We talk about choosing which goal to work on next, building a habit when your significant other doesn't want to, dealing with math fears, and more in this five questions episode. Full show notes This week’s episode is sponsored by: Brilliant: Accelerate your learning in math, science, and computer science. Start learning for free at Brilliant.o ...…
 
Governments can use nudges to influence our choices Shutterstock What can governments do to stop increasing obesity rates, help people save or get them to file their tax returns on time? The default answer used to be some kind of tax or penalty. Just make people pay more and they’ll do the right thing, right? But what if you could encourage cer ...…
 
Many professionals in the world of student housing began as RAs, gaining exposure to the industry as college students and eventually realizing the opportunity to pursue a career in the space. But what if you weren’t a resident assistant in college? How do you get into student housing with a background in what seems like a vastly different indus ...…
 
Well, we are just about done. We are on Step 14, the final step in researching colleges on your son or daughter’s LLCO (that is, one last time, the Long List of College Options). And, one last reminder: Feel free to rush online and get our workbook How To Explore Your College Options: A Workbook for High School Students (available at Amazon). I ...…
 
I spoke today with author Gregg Hurwitz (more information about him below). Hurwitz is currently working to rebrand the Democratic party, working to produce an issues-oriented, anti-corruption, practical mainstream narrative and to identify promising Democratic candidates who can hold their own in long form political discussions. This is all in ...…
 
Air date: 9/2/18 Today’s show features ATP memories from March 2006. Moderator Kathy Bush welcomes Dan Maggio, Beth Oljar, Jerry Curtsinger and special guest Dylan Curtsinger.
 
Jeremy Podany explores career leadership and learning on episode 220 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Circles of trust matter to students. —Jeremy Podany Resources Mentioned Everyday Innovators on The Career Leadership Collective Social Innovation for the Future of College Career Education: The Big Problem Lessons f ...…
 
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