Best Postsecondary podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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FIR on Higher Education
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Bi-weekly news and interviews about communicating effectively in post-secondary education
 
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Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) Groups Podcast: College Group Tutoring and Study Review Groups
 
The “PALgroups Podcast” is focused on college study review groups. Some episodes share new things I am learning about postsecondary peer cooperative learning groups. Other episodes feature student study group leaders describing session activities that worked well with the subject matter and the students. Those interviews include what the PAL facilitator is learning personally and professionally about their experience. Initially, the interviews will be with PAL facilitators at the University ...
 
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Radio Higher Ed
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The mission of Radio Higher Ed is to inform the public and challenge policy makers about postsecondary education policies, issues and their implications.
 
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Then and Now History Podcast: Global History and Culture
 
Then and Now is a project with students in an introductory global history and culture course at the University of Minnesota. The podcast titles reflects the relationship between today's events with the history forces from the past. Topics in the podcast include a review of history topics, special music episodes connecting a country's culture with its artistic production through music, special interview episodes with voices of students and community members as they were part of historical eve ...
 
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Voice of the Union
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The Voice of the Union is the official podcast of the University of Alberta Students' Union, hosted by the 2016-17 SU Executives, Fahim Rahman, Marina Banister, Mike Sandare, Robyn Paches and Francesca Ghossein.
 
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Voice of the Union
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The Voice of the Union is the official podcast of the University of Alberta Students' Union, hosted by the 2017-18 SU Executives, Marina Banister, Reed Larsen, Robyn Paches, Shane Scott and Ilya Ushakov.
 
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Podcasts – Student Ego
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Your Post-Secondary Community
 
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It's Not Academic, the podcast - education conversations from HEQCO
 
HEQCO is an agency of the Government of Ontario bringing evidence-based research to the continued improvement of postsecondary education in Ontario
 
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FIR on Higher Education
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Bi-weekly news and interviews about communicating effectively in post-secondary education
 
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Immature Insanity
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Three post-secondary ed. Milenials, too many topics to cover, one mindset: zero bounds
 
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Faculty of The Mace - HDTV
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A community of post-secondary educators who recognize the deep symbolism and significance of the academic mace and are advancing the status of faculty authority in the academy of the twenty-first century.
 
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Office of Student Access and Completion
 
OSAC administers a variety of State of Oregon, Federal, and privately funded student financial aid programs for the benefit of Oregonians attending institutions of postsecondary education.
 
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Open the Doors (ETEA)
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Post-Secondary Education in BC is badly underfunded. As part of the Federation of Post-Secondary Educators of BC (fpse.ca) campaign called "Open the Doors" (openthedoors.ca), the Education and Training Employees' Association is conducting video and audio interviews with people in this province about the importance of education in their lives and the need to vote for a government that respects and values students, faculty and staff at our public colleges and universities.
 
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Education Forum
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Join Karen Powell every Wednesday at 3pm. You will hear about timely news and developments from local education experts. The range of interviewee's spans from pre-school to post-secondary educators and experts. Topics address public and private school developments, educational enhancement programs, pending legislation and funding issues, and much more. For more information visit my website at:www.CollegeFundResource.com
 
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R.E.N.T.S. Podcast
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The Real Estate Network Training Society is Canada's only charity real estate education company, based in Kamloops BC. Members provide bursaries to post secondary students in a real estate related field of study, while at the same time learning and sharing best practices for investing in real estate locally, nationally, and around the world. When you hear the diverse experiences of our guests, you’ll a find a path that mirrors your own, and this will inspire you to take the actions needed to ...
 
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Leading Collaborative Transition Teams
 
Teamwork. We all want to be good team players, especially when we are focusing on the needs of young adults with disabilities. Why then is it so difficult to form new teams and to keep veteran teams focused? How do we know if our teams are effective? “Leading Collaborative Transition Teams” is a series of podcasts from (TASC), the Transition Alliance of South Carolina. The mission of TASC is to increase successful postsecondary outcomes for young adults with disabilities through interagency ...
 
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This episode of Money Making Conversations with Rushion McDonald includes Kevin Grimes, PMP, the Chief Executive Officer of CFO Leasing, Inc. CFOL is one of the leading federal contract consulting and training firms in the nation. Stephanie Sprow Owens is the Deputy Director of Reach Higher at Civic Nation. She serves as an advisor to former Fi ...…
 
This week's Bulldog News features information about the upcoming NTHS Induction Ceremony, an upcoming FFA meeting and the upcoming post-secondary presentations. This week Bulldog News was produced by students in the Radio/Audio Production class. Your announcers are Kyle and Max. Your producer is Annabelle.…
 
UNBC is once again in the top three in its category in the Maclean's magazine ranking of Canadian post-secondary institutions. President Daniel Weeks explains how it helps.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Show Notes Background This is an older recording from when our babes were under a year old and you can hear them in the background. What feels like a long time ago, Jenn and I were very active in alternative education systems, but at the time it was focussed on Post-Secondary Education. In this conversation, we talk about early childhood educat ...…
 
NASCAR Experience Helped This Shop Owner Create Strong Systems in Every Department. Jim and Shelly Fleischman created Automotive Alley in Arcade, NY from scratch while Jim was still teaching post-secondary automotive technology. Now working full-time in the business, Jim brought his passion for teaching and organizational skills to the business ...…
 
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Shailey & Katie: Design Moms Finding the Happy Balance as Work-from-home Entrepreneurs
 
Perspective is the precious gift Rachel gives us in this interview. We were left inspired, encouraged, and educated on a subject many people may avoid: special needs and disability. Listen to her tips on what to say/what not say/ inclusion and how to change the world! F.I.V.E. things that I would tell a mom whose child just received a diagnoses ...…
 
Wattz up! is produced by Yollocalli Arts Reach youth and broadcast live through Lumpen Radio, WLPN 105.5FM Chicago.In this special edition, Protection for all, Wattz Up! youth opened their mics to speak up after the order to terminate DACA, this past September 5th, 2017. We talked to Maria Torres from Protection For All Movement and diffrent fo ...…
 
The idea of passing knowledge from one generation to the next is as ancient as any Indigenous tradition. How functional can Indigenous knowledge transfer really be in modern post-secondary institutions? We talk about school, education, and even chat about John A McDonald. Spoiler alert: he's got no fans on this panel.…
 
We're talking about Community Leadership this week with Jenna Sudds.Jenna Sudds is the Executive Director for the Kanata North Business Association in West Ottawa. It is, by far, Canada’s largest Technology Park with over 500 local, regional and Global companies and well over 20,000 employees. “This community contributed $7.8B to our country’s ...…
 
Tristan Field-Jones in once again for Greg Mackling... 00:00 - Got any crazy wedding stories? A bride and groom got caught up in an Edmonton barroom brawl, and got arrested! 18:04 - What happened to rock music? From the 60s all the way to the early 90s, it was a dominant force in music but has since become a stranger to the charts. As of today, ...…
 
In the aftermath of the white nationalist gathering in Charlottesville, Va., some universities are under pressure to take action against students who attend rallies organized by hate groups.. Nick Roll of Inside Higher Ed discusses the situation and how postsecondary institutions are responding. How do universities balance respect for free spee ...…
 
Mackling & Megarry, with guest host Tristan Field-Jones -- Thursday, August 17th, 2017 00:00 - The Winnipeg Blue Bombers welcome the Edmonton Eskimos tonight at 7:30 at Investors Group Field. Pre-game show with Bob Irving & Doug Brown at 5:30. *** GUEST: Morley Scott, the voice of the Edmonton Eskimos on 630 CHED 18:39 - Eclipse glasses will li ...…
 
Guest hosts Tristan Field-Jones and Kelly Moore are filling in for Greg Mackling and Brett Megarry. 00:00 - With so much going on in Winnipeg, did you partake in any of the weekend's festivities? 04:38 - Should the first year of post-secondary tuition be free? 18:01 - Ticket giveaway for Guns N' Roses. 20:39 - The Slapshot 40th Anniversary Golf ...…
 
Women In Government PodcastEPISODE 2: Career Planning and Credentialing for People with DisabilitiesFeatured Guests:Oregon State Senator, Sara GelserDr. Joe Ashley, assistant commissioner for grants and special programs, Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services and director for Virginia’s Rehabilitation Services Administration ...…
 
Today’s show is an in-person-interview that takes place onsite, during a lunch break just outside of a cafe. Our guest is Dr. Penny Smith. Dr. Penny Smith is the founder of Alegria Technologies and inventor of the Keys to Coping product and Keys to Courage. She is an author, higher education executive administrator and campus date rape survivor ...…
 
In early June 2017, the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Care had their conference in Toronto. Over the course of the summer we will be uploading several different presentations and talks from this conference. This is the last presentation from Educators Day, which happened the day before the regular conference. Rather than having teacher ...…
 
In early June 2017, the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Care had their conference in Toronto. Over the course of the summer we will be uploading several different presentations and talks from this conference. This is the last presentation from Educators Day, which happened the day before the regular conference. Rather than having teacher ...…
 
Do we need feelings in society, or should we just go with Evidence? Are we as a society manipulated by our feelings at every level, or does it just feel that way. How did people vote -Trump supporter thinking or feeling https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_presidential_elec tions_by_popular_vote_margin Prime Day http://mathforum. ...…
 
Welcome back from the Fourth of July break! This episode is going to be the next-to-last one in our Colleges in the Spotlight series because very soon we have to get down to the serious work of where our new crop of high school seniors should be applying to college. So, today we want to take a look at a population that we don’t focus on as much ...…
 
Discover why singer/songwriter Chelsea Amber feels God chose this path for her and what she is looking forward to next in life and music.
 
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Thinking Outside the Sandbox
 
How should colleges and universities think about their role in preparing graduates for the workforce? In this episode, we sit down with Barbara Dyer, Senior Lecturer of Behavioral and Policy Sciences at MIT and former president and CEO of the Hitachi Foundation, to discuss her past work with the Hitachi Foundation and her views on the need for ...…
 
What You Can Learn from Your Dentist on Setting Appointments. John Burkhauser, the Director of Educational Programs at Bolt-On Technology has a storied career as an automotive technician and as a post-secondary automotive educator. He is finding his career path has set him up for this current job. John says the service process really hasn't cha ...…
 
Across the country, the number of jobs requiring workers with a post-secondary education is outpacing the number of college graduates. It is crucial to invest in the graduates needed to fill this gap and build a workforce representative of our communities.College Possible students will play an important role in our future workforce. Join R.T. R ...…
 
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Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society: Audio Fishbowl
 
More than two million students are enrolled in for-profit colleges, from the small family-run operations to the behemoths brandished on billboards, subway ads, and late-night commercials. These schools have been around just as long as their bucolic not-for-profit counterparts, yet shockingly little is known about why they have expanded so rapid ...…
 
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Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society: Audio Fishbowl
 
More than two million students are enrolled in for-profit colleges, from the small family-run operations to the behemoths brandished on billboards, subway ads, and late-night commercials. These schools have been around just as long as their bucolic not-for-profit counterparts, yet shockingly little is known about why they have expanded so rapid ...…
 
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Clear Lens Movement: Health and Wellness, Emotional Intelligence, Psychology, Social Science, Leadership, Fulfillment
 
In the Gold Seat is Dr. Zach Justus!Zach has his Ph.D. in Communication from Arizona State University. His current position is the Director of Faculty Development for California State University, Chico. His areas of current research are civic/civil discourse and contentious issues. He have spoken nationally on proven methods of improving post-s ...…
 
Stories of massive student debt and for-profit school scams make it clear that the post-secondary system can be an unfriendly place to many disadvantaged students. But how are America’s universities and colleges hoping to use their institutions to reduce inequality?We look at how affirmative action is being justified by today's white educators ...…
 
“There are people who have - in their head - ideas that they think are ridiculous; dreams that they're afraid to pursue because of failure; because we're all afraid to fail. But while you have that safety net, go ahead an investigate it - dig into it deep, and then make a plan. Work backwards: this is the goal, assess what you have, and what do ...…
 
In this episode, Sara chats with Domenico Capilongo.Over the course of this episode, you will learn more about: • The role that teachers play in preparing kids for life post secondary school • Whether this is different to the role that parents play and if so, how? • How students can help prepare themselves for life post secondary school • What ...…
 
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Simple Money Solutions: Personal Finance Canada, Personal Finance from a Canadian Perspective, Financial Independence, Lifestyle Choices, Early Retirement
 
The real cost of extracurricular activities Here’s a breakdown of the survey’s results: • Nearly 80 per cent of Canadians say they, or someone they know, have pulled their kids out of extracurricular activities, such as hockey, or have borrowed money or used retirement savings to keep their child in the game. • 60 per cent of Canadians believe ...…
 
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Novel Podcast: Millennial Entrepreneurs | Online Business Advice | Successful Lifestyle Blog
 
Josiah Shelley, the millennial founder of Reach Digital is an expert in PPC, SEO, and Social Media. In less than 3 years, he was able to grow his company to 14 team members and reached over a million in revenue by 2016. His focus is all about using data to inform strategy and help people make sense of measurements in order to drive business gro ...…
 
Rebecca Coleman came from a background in the arts. publishing her first short story when she was 9, winning her first prize at 17. She got interested in social media as an alternative way to publicize her client’s work, and has immersed herself in learning about how to market using social media since 2007. she has now written three books on so ...…
 
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