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Passionate about working with students and making a difference in their lives? Join Matt Markin and his advising guests as they bring together the global academic advising community to share knowledge, best practices, and their own advising stories.
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Welcome to the CSUSB Advising Podcast! Join Academic Advisor Matt Markin and his CSUSB friends as they bring you the latest advising updates at California State University, San Bernardino! Each episode is specifically made for you, the CSUSB students and parents. Matt provides you advising tips, interviews with both CSUSB campus resources and those in academic advising. Sit back and enjoy. Go Yotes!
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On this podcast, we tell the stories of people in a wide variety of career paths, who pursued all kinds of college majors and minors, often with bumps and detours along the way, to get to where they are today. We talk specifically about what you can do in college to work toward your career goals, and what other factors can impact your choices throughout your education and career. Life happens, plans change, and YOU change! It will be ok, and you will find your path. We hope these stories are ...
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NACADA Presents

NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising

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NACADA: The Global Community for Academic AdvisingThe NACADA Presents podcast features series focusing on academic advising and student success on a monthly basis. New episodes will be available at noon central the second Monday of each month.
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CHRGed Conversations

CHRG Education Nonprofit

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CHRG is an education nonprofit dedicated to supporting first-generation, low-income and other underrepresented students by providing academic advising, admissions planning, and financial guidance with a focus on personal growth and development.https://www.chrgedu.org/
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Leading Professional People

Laura Empson and Tony Hall

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Professor Laura Empson and Tony Hall, Lord Hall of Birkenhead, explore the crucial leadership questions currently facing professional organisations and their leaders. They uncover the complicated, messy and surprisingly emotional challenges of leading professionals. Laura and Tony interview senior leaders from some of the most successful global professional organisations, including EY, Slaughter & May, MI6, Spencer Stuart and the BBC. And they build on their own insights from their lifetimes ...
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Ideas and Lives

Bob Lerman and Zvi Bodie

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People with compelling ideas who have led interesting lives are interviewed in this podcast by social policy economist Bob Lerman and financial economist Zvi Bodie.
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Welcome to the After Office Hours podcast, a place for students in my English classes to find supplemental information, study tips, step-by-step guides to completing assignments, and extra credit opportunities. This podcast combats the challenge of material retention on a college meeting schedule (only 2-3 days a week) and increases accessibility by differentiating material for various learning styles. Thanks to jenjonesfonts.com for the font used in this logo. Link to the product on Teacher ...
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We all have a story. Sometimes it’s a story we chose and sometimes it’s a story we fall into. According to experts, Gallup, on average we spend 81,396 hours at work over our lifetime, yet only around one in ten people love what they do. If you aren’t one of them and dread weekday mornings, then maybe it’s time for you to change your story and start doing work you love instead. Full of ideas, strategies, and insights drawn from real-life stories told by inspirational guests who have each succ ...
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Matthew Plescia, academic advisor in the Quinney College of Natural Resources at Utah State University discusses navigating the cultural and curriculum changes through switching institutions, advocating for others, synchronous communication technology, and utilizing an appreciative advising approach with students. Guest hosted by Dr. Locksley Knibb…
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How did Kylie go from studying journalism and Spanish in college, to working several years in advertising, and then return to school to pursue a fulfilling career in nursing? You may be surprised by how many skills are transferable between these different academic and career spaces. Join us to hear how Kylie wove everything together along her uniqu…
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In episode 92, we chat with Dr. Dana Zahorik, manager of advising services and retention initiatives at Fox Valley Technical College. Dr. Zahorik discusses the creation of CARES Purpose Driving Advising, what it means for educators to be student ready, and challenging the policies and procedures to make a better student experience. The X, Instagram…
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In Episode 76 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin is joined by Dr. Kristen Stutz and Oscar Flores Gonzalez from the SAIL Program! Kristen and Oscar help you as a student understand what financial literacy is, how to develop better financial habits, and make better financial decisions. Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, Spotify…
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In episode 91 of the podcast, we interview Dr. Ryan Keating, director of the Office of Student Research at CSU San Bernardino. Dr. Keating discusses how academic advising professionals can have a better understanding of what student research is, how to engage students and inform them about the importance of research, and what students do and take o…
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In Episode 75 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin is joined by Veronica Ramirez Amerson, Director of the Educational Opportunity Program for this special 75th episode! Veronica shares her story as a college student, building rapport and confidence, and truly taking advantage of opportunities while in school. Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising P…
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As NACADA’s executive director since August 2023, Dr. Kyle Ross joins the podcast to discuss how his background has prepared him for this role, his message to members, his vision for the direction of the organization, NACADA’s commitment to DEI, and how NACADA will remain the leader in academic advising. The X, Instagram, and Facebook handle for th…
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In Episode 74 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Dorothy Chen-Maynard about the B.S. in Nutritional Science and Dietetics. Dr. Chen-Maynard gives an overview of the major, what students are learning in their classes, career options, and more! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google and more! Follow u…
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In Episode 73 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. David Marshall, professor and director of the University Honors Program at Cal State San Bernardino! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google and more! Follow us on social media: Instagram & Tik Tok - @csusbadvising Facebook - CSUSB Advising Twitter - @…
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What are the parallels between the worlds of espionage and professional services? Laura and Tony talk to David Bickford, previously General Counsel to MI5 and MI6, about his role as the agencies’ Legal Director and Under Secretary of State. They explore how to build trust when professionals are working remotely, how to collaborate when knowledge is…
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Choosing a major in college often begins with a subject we enjoy, and for Dr. Bledsoe, it was no different when her love of reading and writing led her to major in English Literature, which eventually led to a Masters Degree in Advanced Literary to help others learn to love and value reading. Many of us find our calling through our work experiences…
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In Episode 72 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Jie Yu, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Nursing. Dr. Yu answers your questions about being a Pre-Nursing major, prerequisites, tips for applicants, and more! Check out the BSN Current CSUSB Pre-Nursing Admission Requirements & Application Process website! Subscribe …
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In Ep 89, we chat with Dr. Craig McGill, assistant professor at Kansas State University. Craig discusses grounded theory, knowledge creation within the professionalization of academic advising, and the untapped research and scholarship potential of primary role advisors. This week's episode is guest hosted by Ryan Scheckel from Texas Tech Universit…
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In Episode 71 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Rob Ray, Associate Professor of Design at CSUSB. Professor Ray discusses the BA in Design Studies and BFA in Design, what students learn in their classes, and career opportunities! Connect with your Art faculty! Check out the Art department website! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising …
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Laura and Tony speak to Katherine White, the first Chief Talent Officer of global executive search firm, Spencer Stuart. They explore the challenges of being a senior leader when you are not a fee-earner, and of leading the so-called talent when the fee-earners themselves do not see you as the talent. Katherine explains how she built trust and infl…
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In episode 88, we chat with Dr. Margaret Mbindyo, associate professor and advisement coordinator at Millersville University. Dr. Mbindyo discusses transformational leadership, change management, working with immigrant and refugee students through the Promising Scholars project, and the goals of the NACADA Global Engagement Advising Community! The X…
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Gianpiero Petriglieri, Associate Professor at INSEAD, is ranked as one of the top 50 management thinkers in the world. Laura and Tony talk to him about the difficult emotions that often stay hidden and suppressed in organisations and individuals, and how leaders of professional organisations can become more effective when they engage more directly …
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In Episode 70 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Viktor Wang, MA Program Coordinator for Career and Technical Teacher Education Programs. Dr. Wang discusses the Masters Degree in Career & Technical Education, the application process, career options, and department resources! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, S…
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How does one go from planning to obtain a PhD to become a professor, to instead entering the corporate software industry, to then starting and owning an Art & Furniture Gallery, then adding a leather goods company? John has had an interesting path, filled with life lessons and a heart for positively impacting his community. Not only does John discu…
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In Ep. 87, we're observing First-Generation College Celebration in November! We chat with Zachary Desjardins with University at Albany. As a proud first-generation college graduate, Zach shares his personal and professional experience tackling the institutional and psychological barriers that exist for first-generation college students and how to b…
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Laura and Tony are joined by June Sarpong OBE, the BBC’s first Global Director of Creative Diversity. They explore how to bring about disruptive change in a large, complex and high-profile professional organisation, and how to get things done quickly in an environment when decisions are taken slowly. June explains how she managed to do all this as …
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In Episode 69 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Doug Smith, professor and department chair of Chemistry. Dr. Smith discusses the Chemistry major, career options, what students learn in their classes, and department resources! Check out the Chemistry & Biochemistry website! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, Sp…
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In episode 86, we chat with Dr. Quentin Alexander with James Madison University and Dr. Charlie Nutt, retired NACADA Executive Director. Charlie gives his thoughts on leadership changes in NACADA and being the latest recipient of the Virginia N. Gordon award, while Quentin discusses what compassion fatigue is and how it differs from burnout. Learn …
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In Episode 68 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, academic advisor John Noriega chats with Veronica Martinelli, Senior Program Specialist at CSUSB about everything you should know about Winter Intersession 2024! How many units can you take? Is financial aid available? When do you register? Find out in this episode! For more information, check out the CS…
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Chris Saul is the former Senior Partner of the UK’s most prestigious law firm, Slaughter and May. Laura and Tony explore how leaders use subtle power to build consensus among partners in a professional organisation. They discover some of the secrets of how Slaughter and May has evolved successfully over more than a century, and managed to retain it…
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In Episode 67 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Ryan Keating, Department Chair of History and Director of the Office of Student Research. Dr. Keating discusses what student research is, why students should pursue research, and opportunities that the Office of Student Research provides. Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast…
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Like many students, Amanda started her college path doing something she loved: playing her clarinet. After some time in college, she realized that even though she loved music, she didn’t necessarily want that to be her career path. Once she transferred schools, she took advantage of an opportunity to speak to multiple professionals in a field she w…
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In episode 85, we interview Alex Kunkle, director of academic advising at Nevada State University. Alex chats about utilizing a centralized advising model, management styles, NACADA involvement, and supporting students experiencing shame and guilt. The X, Instagram, and Facebook handle for the podcast is @AdvisingPodcast Check out and bookmark the …
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Laura and Tony speak to Steve Varley, EY’s first Global Vice Chair for Sustainability. They find out how he was inspired by Greta Thunberg to try to build a bridge between environmentalism and capitalism, and the skills he used to make this happen. He explains how he created this role in EY to place sustainability at the heart of the firm’s busines…
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From a young age, Andy loved his American Airlines mechanic grandfather teaching him about airplanes. From the day he took his intro flight, he knew he wanted to pursue flying as his career. Join us for this conversation about the different ways you can obtain your certifications (and how the cost of each path varies), advantages and disadvantages …
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Welcome back to Leading Professional People, the podcast that explores the most crucial leadership questions currently facing professional organisations. For this third series, Professor Laura Empson, who has dedicated almost 30 years to researching professionals and professional service firms, will be joined by a new co-host, Tony Hall, Lord Hall …
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In Episode 66 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Amanda Rice, Director of the Academic Centers for Excellence. What academic support resources are offered to you? What types of tutoring, coaching, and supplemental instruction are available? Check out the following websites: The Tutoring Center The Writing Center Math Coaching…
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David begins by highlighting the background of his parents, how they met in Mexico, and their careers. He discusses his elementary and high school experience in San Antonio and his first national award. He describes how he chose Harvard among other schools at a time when Harvard was not a dominant brand. David provides examples of his intellectuall…
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In Ep. 84, we interview Ryan Braeger, assistant dean for advising and student development at Saint Michael’s College, about faculty lead advising, opportunities in publications, and helping students invest in the exploration of their meaning through logotherapy. We also hear from Stefani Schrader from NACADA's Executive Office about submitting a pr…
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Raised in a Mexican-American family in San Antonio, Texas, Francisco’s mother insisted that he pursue a college degree. The importance of higher education would become an essential theme later in Francisco’s journalism career. As a student who loved writing, Francisco led and founded student newspapers at the middle school, high school, and collegi…
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In Episode 65 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Jeremy Dodsworth, professor and department chair of Biology. Dr. Dodsworth explains what the Biology major is, career options, what students learn in their classes, department resources, and misconceptions about the major. Check out the following websites: CSUSB Biology homepag…
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In episode 83, we chat with Dr. David Marshall from California State University, San Bernardino about reimagining a university honors program that scales up a different type of learning experience, developing community minded students, and misconceptions about high achieving students vs honors students. Also learn about David’s specialization in me…
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In Episode 64 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Kori Bernatzke, Transfer & Graduation Counselor in the Office of the Registrar. Kori discusses what resources the Office of Registrar offers, as well as reminders about Census date, adding/dropping classes, changing your major, concurrent enrollment, and grade forgiveness. Find mor…
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From her early high school days on the yearbook staff, Sarah dreamed she may one day work for the fashion magazines that she loved to read. Beginning her college career as a Magazine Journalism major, she started to realize that she would need to forge her own path to be able to work in the areas she was most interested in. Join us as Sarah describ…
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In episode 82, we chat with Dr. Gabe Bermea, lecturer at Sam Houston State University and visiting scholar with the Rutgers Center for Minority Serving Institutions about the rise of artificial intelligence powered technologies and its connections to higher education, specifically academic advising. Can AI help advisors have more transformational c…
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In Episode 63 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Academic Advisor Olga Valdivia and Advising Director Eduardo Mendoza about what students should know preparing for the fall 2023 semester, success tips, important dates & deadlines! #acadv #academicadvising #collegemajors #csusb #calstate #highereducation Subscribe to the CSUSB Adv…
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Many kids have dreams of becoming an astronaut or working at NASA, but how many actually pursue the path to that dream? As a high school student, after watching the movie Apollo 13, Christie knew that she was interested in working at NASA. Join us as Christie shares highlights about her degree in Aerospace Engineering, her work as a NASA Academy st…
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In episode 81 of the podcast, we chat with Dr. Mya Hines, senior academic advisor in the John Muir College at University of California San Diego. We discuss Mya’s exploratory study of Black undergraduates regarding student success, perspectives influenced by power dynamics in higher education, and recommendations to overcome barriers for students. …
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In Episode 62 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Arlena Allende, Program Admissions Advisor about the Single and Multiple Subject Credential Programs! What is the admissions process? What are the differences between the Single and Multiple Subject credentials? What are you learning within the program? Find out in this episode! Ch…
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In Episode 61 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Jeremy Murray about the M.A. in History! What is the admissions process? What could make this degree a good fit for you? Find out in this episode! Check out the following websites: CSUSB Master of Arts in History website History in the Making publication CSUSB Scholars Work web…
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William Raduchel describes growing up in Houghton County, Michigan, as it evolved from a prosperous to a declining area. Starting from a local college, Michigan Tech, a school focused on engineering, on to Michigan State and then to many roles at Harvard, Bill gained a mastery of economics, computer science, and engineering. His career made fascina…
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In Episode 60 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Guillermo Escalante about the new Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Science! What are students learning in this major? What students might be interested in pursuing this major? What types of careers are connected to this major? Find out in this episode! Check out B.S. in Na…
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In Ep. 80, we chat with Tom Liljegren, the Director of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Advising Center at Utah State University. How can you help your student increase their own beliefs and feel empowered to put their plans into place? What are the essentials of motivational interviewing and making changes through interactions? How ca…
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What do you do when you work to get into law school, and then once you get there, realize that is not where you want to be? If you are Laura Gassner Otting, you start dating the “world’s worst boyfriend”, who happens to take you by a campaign office where you meet a presidential candidate who inspires you to drop out of law school, work for his cam…
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State Senator Jim Rosapepe describes where and how he grew up, his heritage, his early interest in politics, and the beginnings of his business career and entrepreneurship. He then turns to the relationships he built in politics, business, and foreign affairs. Jim's role in the Italian support for President Bill Clinton is one of his many interesti…
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