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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.
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to innovating together, a podcast produced by the University Innovation Alliance. This is a podcast for busy people in higher education who are looking for the “aha moments” that can propel their work forward. Innovating Together curates the best insights, research, and experts. To connect with us further, visit www.theuia.org.
 
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University of Waterloo Math Ambassadors

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Welcome to Mathematical Dive; a podcast by Math students for Math students. Listen in as we explore the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo with your hosts Josué Kurke (BMath '22) and Ina Wang (BMath '21). Hear what it's really like at Waterloo from our current Math students and alumni. Get information from our expert guests: Professors, Admissions team members, coop advisors, and more! If you love Math and want to listen to our Waterloo experience, then dive on in!
 
How do we as academic researchers ensure that our research actually reaches, and thereby benefits, society and its people? The podcast series ‘Postdocs Talking – from Research to Society’ focuses on how academic researchers can build bridges between science and several important sectors of society: language when engaging people with diabetes, funding for research, innovation and its relation to industry, policy-making, education and social media, and art in scientific representation. Listen ...
 
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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Where do you apply for your first teaching job out of college? Hawaii, perhaps? That’s what Jackie did, and spent five unforgettable years there, where her teaching was transformed. She also tells us about her experiences as a long-term sub, a teacher in a private Catholic School, a Quaker School, teaching ESL in the Summer in China, and how she va…
 
In Episode 65 of the Adventures in Advising podcast, you'll hear interviews with: Dr. Debbie Mercer - Kansas State University Mark Nelson - Oklahoma State University Check out the article Mark co-authored, Advising Black Male Students in 2020 and Beyond. Need that extra motivation to make it through the day? Check out the Adventures in Advising son…
 
This week we had Janine Huerta, a third-year Ph.D. student in the Social-Personality Psychology field. Her research area is sexual communication and more specifically, how the ways in which men and woman talk about sex contributes to the orgasm/pleasure gap. You can contact Janine via her email omedi004@ucr.edu. Book Recommendations: “Come as you a…
 
The Podcast's focus is to discuss the lessons past NACADA Presidents learned in their terms, along with sharing an oral history of the association. These special and unique conversations give NACADA members the opportunity to learn from past presidents and hear the stories behind their engagement.By NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising
 
In Episode 31 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Career Counselor Sarai Maldonado from the Career Center. What resources does the Career Center offer? What should you do each year at CSUSB to explore majors and careers? Visit the Career Center website, call their office at (909) 537-5250, or e-mail at careercenter@csusb.edu. Subs…
 
Eytan Sheshinski describes growing up in Haifa, Israel with parents who emigrated from Germany and Switzerland in the 1930s to a kibbutz. While initially joining a kibbutz and understanding economics from a Marxist perspective, Eytan talks of his excitement in learning modern economics first at Hebrew University under famed Israel economist Don Pat…
 
Sarah grew up in a small town in Ohio with dreams of becoming a Broadway star. In college, Sarah discovered that singing in a rock band was actually what she enjoyed more! After earning a degree in Music Education with a minor in Theater, Sarah explains how her personal life experience eventually led her from a career in the Arts to enrolling in gr…
 
Leadership journey into academic leadership Paul LeBlanc has been President of Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) for going on twenty years. President LeBlanc’s journey started as a faculty member as a grad student when personal computers first arrived. He was a composition TA. The full-time faculty didn’t want to touch the new computers that…
 
In Episode 64 of the Adventures in Advising podcast, you'll hear interviews with: Dr. Kelsi Kosin- Columbia College Chicago Becky Ryan - University of Wisconsin-Madison And Jaimie Engle from DePaul University guest hosts Kelci's articles: W/ Jessica Jensen - On Their Level - Making Meaningful Connections with Students Via Social Media The "Why" Pro…
 
The Podcast's focus is to discuss the lessons past NACADA Presidents learned in their terms, along with sharing an oral history of the association. These special and unique conversations give NACADA members the opportunity to learn from past presidents and hear the stories behind their engagement.By NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising
 
Fleurette began her life in the Arts dancing as a small child. As a teen, she attended a performing arts high school and started working as a choreographer. After deciding she wanted to be a director, she studied her craft through an undergraduate degree, a certificate, and later an MFA. After becoming probably the youngest Artistic Director of a t…
 
Diane Jones describes coming from a Baltimore family of modest means, attending a state college, and becoming a community college professor as she followed her deep interest in science. Her experience at the National Science Foundation led to new programs and ultimately productive years as a Congressional staffer. In her last public position, Diane…
 
In Episode 63 of the Adventures in Advising podcast, you'll hear interviews with: Dr. Charlie Nutt - retired from NACADA Executive Office Farrah Turner - NACADA Executive Office Dayna McNary - NACADA Executive Office Need that extra motivation to make it through the day? Check out the Adventures in Advising song playlist! We have merch! Check out o…
 
Adrian is an accomplished educator, musician, and conductor, who worked as a Choir Director in public schools and churches for many years. As he tells his story, we return to some of the same questions: How much are we a product of circumstance? Agency? Serendipity? How much have our educational institutions shaped us? Adrian is passionate about th…
 
The Podcast's focus is to discuss the lessons past NACADA Presidents learned in their terms, along with sharing an oral history of the association. These special and unique conversations give NACADA members the opportunity to learn from past presidents and hear the stories behind their engagement.By NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising
 
In Episode 62 of the Adventures in Advising podcast, we take a stroll down memory lane and pick out Matt's favorite interviews from year one of the podcast! In this episode, we discuss: Emotional intelligence, APIDA students, student financial literacy, student athletes, students' perspectives on advising, and what the pandemic and higher education…
 
Stephen Goss describes his transition from a math major in college with an interest in economics to his career as an actuary. He discusses the approach used by the Social Security Administration to estimate long-term costs and outlays for benefits based on trends in the economy and in the demographic make-up of the US.…
 
Katie has always been someone who is incredibly organized, driven, and disciplined–little did she know how much those inherent skills and personality would play into her career! Join us for this enlightening conversation about how Katie went from wanting to work in public health, to business, to industrial engineering. Her work has taken her all ov…
 
The Podcast's focus is to discuss the lessons past NACADA Presidents learned in their terms, along with sharing an oral history of the association. These special and unique conversations give NACADA members the opportunity to learn from past presidents and hear the stories behind their engagement.By NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising
 
Nathan Lewin describes his family's escape from Poland soon after the 1938 Kristallnacht pogrom against Jews through Japan to the US. He recounts how his father, an important rabbi in Poland, transitioned to become a noted writer and professor and influenced the UN resolutions on freedom of religion. We hear of Mr. Lewin's decision to attend Harvar…
 
Episode 61 of the Adventures in Advising podcast is now available! In this episode, we discuss: Advising administration, the great resignation, community college initiatives, NACADA Summer Institute, and advising after the pandemic. In this episode you'll hear interviews with: Dr. Cheri Souza - Stupski Foundation Michael (Brody) Broshears - Univers…
 
In Episode 30 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Dany Doueiri about the Arabic, Literature, and Culture major! What is the Arabic major? What career opportunities and internship opportunities are there? What resources are there are students in the Arabic major? Find out in this episode! For more information on the Economics m…
 
Moderated by Wendy Troxel from the NACADA Center for Research; Guests include Dr. Rebecca Hapes from Texas A&M University and Dr. Locksley Knibbs from Florida Gulf Coast University. In this episode we explore two mixed method studies, highlighting Dr. Hapes’ dissertation, “Thriving In STEM: A Mixed Methods Approach to Describing, Comparing, and Ana…
 
Jason grew up in a musical family, enjoyed photography, and decided to go to college to major in Journalism. After studying in that program for a few years, his experience led him to change his path. Jason describes several moments throughout his life where he reevaluated what he was doing and whether that was really what he wanted for his life. He…
 
University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) President Loren Blanchard has moved back and forth between a campus and a system. Now as a University President he finds it takes “strong policies that need to be in place that can augment and give support to the work we are trying to get achieved to make sure that ultimately our students are going to graduate w…
 
Have you heard the Legend of the Pink Tie? Wonder why the Davis Centre is so colourful? Learn about the history of our math buildings, as well as what currently goes on within them in this very special episode of Mathematical Dive! Join Josué and Michelle as they take listeners on a virtual tour through the three math buildings we have at the Unive…
 
Episode 60 of the Adventures in Advising podcast is now available! In this episode, we discuss: Transfer students, Pathways, Leadership, Removing barriers, Flipped advising, Technology, and the future of advising! In this episode you'll hear interviews with: Jazzie Muganzo Murphy - American River College Dr. George Steele - Retires from The Ohio St…
 
In Episode 29 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Anthropology Department Chair, Dr. Wesley Niewoehner! What is the Anthropology major? What career opportunities and internship opportunities are there? What resources does the Anthropology Department have? Find out in this episode! For more information on the Economics major, visit…
 
Growing up in a musical family in a small Ohio farm town, Andrea was heavily influenced by her grandmother, a concert pianist. Leaving for college to pursue music education, her plans changed when she realized she didn’t want to be a teacher. A conversation with a professional on campus, led to an introduction with someone in an agency, which led h…
 
Bridget Burns, Executive Director of the University Innovation Alliance, and Jeff Selingo, author, columnist, and special advisor at Arizona State University, are inviting insight and experiences from presidents and chancellors of universities navigating the challenge in real-time. Today's guest is Michael Sorrell, who is the president of Paul Quin…
 
In Episode 28 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Math Department Chair, Dr. Madeleine Jetter! What is the Mathematics major? What career opportunities are there? What resources does the Math Department have? Find out in this episode! For more information on the Economics major, visit the Math Department website. Subscribe to the …
 
This week's guest, Rachel Freeman, walks us through how she decided to apply, accept, and navigate her Ph.D. program at UCLA. She reminded us of the importance to make time for self-care along the way.Resources My Undocumented LifeBIPOC Business S/O Olive Kollection, Tiktok @kbeautymomFor all our listeners, you can email us at xicanacodeswitchers@g…
 
Wendy Troxel from the NACADA Center for Research hosts Dr. JP Villavicencio from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater, to discuss the findings from his dissertation, “Flipped Academic Advising: An Advising Approach Within the Social Work Department at a Regional Comprehensive Four-Year University.” Dr. Villavicenio also describes his use of “ac…
 
Bridget Burns, Executive Director of the University Innovation Alliance, and Jeff Selingo, author, columnist, and special advisor at Arizona State University, are inviting insight and experiences from presidents and chancellors of universities navigating the challenge in real-time. Michael Crow, president of Arizona State University since 2002 and …
 
After volunteering at the Houston Zoo as a teenager, Dr. Hein knew she loved working with animals and she wanted to study something in the sciences. Once in school, she volunteered with a local animal rescue organization, worked in a veterinary clinic, studied abroad working with animals in the jungles of Belize, and later spent a summer treating d…
 
In Episode 27 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with History Department Chair, Dr. Tiffany Jones! What is the History major? What career opportunities are there? What resources does History have? Find out in this episode! For more information on the Economics major, visit the CSUSB History Department. Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising …
 
Episode 59 of the Adventures in Advising podcast is now available! In this episode, we discuss: Advising engineering students, supporting historically excluded students in the STEM fields, Higher Ed Administration dissertation, NACADA Leadership, Kansas State's PhD program, and maintaining balance. In this episode you'll hear interviews with: Sadé …
 
Don Ezra describes growing up in Calcutta with a Bhagdadi Jewish heritage. He is grateful for the Catholic school he attended, especially how the teachers pushed students to investigate issues deeply. He naturally followed this approach, asking why and then asking why again. Don's education moved quickly, earning a BA by 18, studying economics and …
 
Paula Hogan describes her early experience with finance, growing up with a father who pioneered concepts of variable annuities. After graduating college, Paula thought she would enter a health policy field, but came to begin financial advising while living in Texas. Learn how Paula chose to embrace ideas developed by co-host Zvi Bodie, how she buil…
 
Wendy Troxel from the NACADA Center for Research hosts Dr. Shantalea Johns from Wayne State University, a licensed social worker and active NACADA member and scholar. In this episode we explore important issues related to how academic advisors can best support students who struggle with mental health concerns. We highlight the methods and results f…
 
In Episode 26 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Economics Department Chair, Professor Daniel MacDonald! What is the Economics major? What career opportunities are there? What resources does Economics have? Find out in this episode! For more information on the Economics major, visit the CSUSB Economics Department website or call …
 
Have you ever wondered how National Historic Landmarks earn their designation? Who does the research? The proposal? Who makes those decisions? There are historians all over the country doing this important work to preserve the history of our country. Christy tells us about her experience in one of these offices of the National Park Service, and her…
 
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