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Best American Council Of Trustees podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
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Updated November 2019
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Higher Ed Now is a production of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. It is a podcast concerning issues and policy in America's higher education system.
 
Engineering Influence: A Podcast from the American Council of Engineering Companies. ACEC is the voice of America's Engineering Industry.
 
A new interview series from the American Iranian Council, a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization dedicated to improving relations between the US and Iran. This interview series covers all topics related to Iran, its culture and its people.
 
Presented by the American Bar Association’s Law Student Division, the ABA Law Student Podcast covers issues that affect law students, law schools, and recent grads. From finals and graduation to the bar exam and finding a job, this show is your trusted resource for the next big step.
 
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Engineering Influence sat down with Richard Branch, the Chief Economist for Dodge Data and Analytics to discuss the 2020 economic forecast for the A/E/C industry. Transcript: Host: Welcome to another episode of engineering influence ACEC's regular podcast series. Today we're talking with Richard Branch, who is the chief economist for Dodge Data ...…
 
Learning from seasoned lawyers truly helps law students gain perspective on where they want to take their legal career in the future. In this edition of the Law Student Podcast, New ABA Law Student Division Chair Johnnie Nguyen talks with Colorado’s U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn about his career experiences and how he came into his current role. He ...…
 
"What can educators, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and activists do to create a higher ed ecosystem that's as rich and diverse and intellectually curious as we want our nation to be?" Frederick M. Hess, resident scholar and Director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, takes a deep dive into the state of civic edu ...…
 
Engineering Influence sat down with Erin McLaughlin to review ACEC's new Private Industry Brief on Commercial & Residential Real Estate.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence welcomed Rep. Bruce Westerman (Arkansas-4) to the program to discuss his career in engineering and in Congress. Transcript: Host: Welcome to another edition of Engineering Influence, a podcast from the American Council of Engineering Companies. It's a pleasure to welcome Congressman Bruce Westerman to the show. Congressman ...…
 
Why do law students experience such high levels of stress compared to students in other areas of graduate study? Following on from a recent episode where host Ashley Baker and new Law Student Division chair Johnnie Nguyen discussed the division’s upcoming mental health initiatives, Ashley now convenes a roundtable discussion to highlight the fa ...…
 
Engineering Influence sat down with Walter P. Moore's Caris Frazier-Baker to discuss the emerging use of VR and AR in the engineering space.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence sat down with the ACEC Retirement Trust at the 2019 Fall Conference in Chicago to learn more about the services it offers to the engineering industry.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence sat down with the group from the Life Health Trust to discuss all of the services the trust offers to its clients. Learn more: https://aceclifehealthtrust.comBy acecnational
 
Engineering Influence sat down with Andy Knauf, the CIO of Mead and Hunt to discuss the changing face of IT and what firms need to do to handle the increasing demands of data collection.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence sat down with Chandra Storrusten, CEO of Visible Value, to discuss the importance of hiring employees with diverse socio-economic backgrounds.By acecnational
 
John Kreiss, a Principal Management Consultant with Morrissey Goodale, sits down with Engineering Influence to discuss employee retention for engineering firms.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence sat down with 2019 Community Service Award recipient Phil Houser, of Benesch, to talk about his efforts to give back to society.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence welcomed Tricia Ruby of Ruby + Associates to the show to talk about her extensive community service work in the Detroit, Michigan area. Tricia was a recipient of a 2019 ACEC Community Service Award, which she received at the 2019 Annual Fall Conference in Chicago.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence sat down with Jim Smith from North Carolina to discuss ACEC/NC's recent victory advocating on indemnification and duty to defend, and their challenges with NCDOT's current cash crunch. This podcast was record live from the conference floor at the 2019 ACEC annual fall conference in Chicago.…
 
Engineering Influence welcomes Melvin Williams of S&ME's Charleston Office, the winner of the 2019 Community Service Award at the #2019ACECChicago Fall Conference.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence sat down with David Cohen of Matheson Financial Advisors at the 2019 annual ACEC Fall Conference in Chicago to talk about one of the most pressing issues in the engineering industry today: ownership transition.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence welcomed Jennifer Horne, a QBS policy expert at ACEC California to discuss the importance of QBS in hiring consulting engineers.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence sits down with ACEC's Business Insurance Trust - one of the organization's secret weapons for its membership.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence say down with Keller Rinaudo, the CEO of Zipline, a company with a bold, yet simple goal: to deliver medicine to those who need it most in areas of the world that lack the infrastructure to get it there. Zipline delivers life saving medicines via drone in developing countries - using technology to save lives.…
 
Engineering Influence sat down with Erik Peterson, ACEC Oregon's National Director and Principal at Peterson Structural Engineering to discuss the importance of ACEC membership for firms engaged in the private marketplace.By acecnational
 
Engineering Influence sat down with ACEC's Women in Leadership Group at the 2019 Fall Conference in Chicago. The group discussed current trends in diversity and inclusivity at ACEC and in the engineering industry and the challenges that exist in creating a diverse engineering workforce.By acecnational
 
The pressures of law school are intense, leading to inordinate amounts of stress and mental health issues for law students. So how can students remain productive without losing themselves in the heavy workload? Podcast host Ashley Baker welcomes licensed professional counselor Dionne Smith to discuss strategies for law students to manage their ...…
 
The loving partnership of Abigail and John Adams played a remarkable role in shaping America's founding and history. ACTA joins the Grateful American Foundation and the Supreme Court Historical Society to celebrate the release of a new children's book exploring the narrative of our nation's most influential early couple.…
 
Welcome to the second episode of the Chairman's Corner - a quarterly program featuring the ACEC Board Chair, Mitch Simpler. In this episode, Mitch discusses the upcoming ACEC Fall Conference in Chicago and the recent FIDIC Conference in Mexico City. Transcript: Host: Welcome to the second episode of the chairman's corner, a quarterly series fea ...…
 
We were pleased to sit down with Rep. Rodney Davis (IL-3), the Ranking Member on the Highways Subcommittee of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Rep. Davis shared his thoughts on the prospects of an infrastructure bill this Congress and discussed the challenges and opportunities for bipartisan compromise in the weeks ahead. ...…
 
ACEC welcomes political consultant Mark Bryant of Agency Advisors onto the show to discuss the changing nature of issue advocacy in the age of big data and the internet. Mark discusses three main themes during the interview: message packaging, message delivery and measurement and how each can be utilized to maximize the return of an issue advoc ...…
 
Funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies, the innovative CollegePoint program is giving thousands of high-achieving, low- and moderate-income high school students the individualized support they need to navigate the college application and financial aid process. We sat down with Jenny Sharfstein Kane of Bloomberg Philanthropies to explore how it works.…
 
Ashley Baker is joined by the ABA Law Student Division’s newly elected national chair Johnnie Nguyen and delegate of communications Julie Merow to discuss the council’s goals for the coming year. They talk about the issues the council hopes to address including student debt, mental health awareness, and sexual harassment and assault in the work ...…
 
Jeff Urbanchuk sits down with FIDIC Board Member Aisha Nadar to discuss the importance of dynamic STEM education that not only opens the door to engineering early on in the educational experience, but also includes the skills necessary for aspiring engineers to also thrive in the business environment. Aisha Nadar has over 30 years’ experience i ...…
 
Jeff Urbanchuk sits down with Henrik Garver, Managing Director of the Danish Association of Consulting Engineers to discuss the economic outlook from Europe for the engineering industry.By acecnational
 
Jeff Urbanchuk sat down with Dr. Michele Kruger, the Chair of FIDIC's Diversity and Inclusivity Committee to discuss the business impacts that come from diverse hiring and retention policies. This episode was recorded at the FIDIC 2019 Conference in Mexico City.By acecnational
 
ACTA's Erik Gross serves up a conversation with Jason Brennan and Phillip Magness, the authors of "Cracks In the Ivory Tower: The Moral Mess of Higher Education." Their microeconomic approach to analyzing the adversities plaguing today's colleges and universities lays out a gripping narrative that is sure to challenge orthodoxies in the Academy.…
 
Jeff Urbanchuk sits down with Chandra Storrusten, CEO & Chief Value Creation Officer at Visible Value to discuss the changing face of engineering and the potential for financial growth that comes from encouraging diversity in the workplace.By acecnational
 
Jeff Urbanchuk sits down with John Doehring, the instructor for ACEC's new online class taking place on Thursday, August 29, 2019 from 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM: The Professional Procrastinators Guide to Dealing in Difficult Conversations. Difficult conversations with clients, employees, and partners are an inevitable part of business. Still, few profe ...…
 
Kyler Gray, a rising senior at the University of Central Florida, is an emerging higher education leader. On top of full time studies, he serves as the president of the UCF student body, CEO of the Student Government Association, *and* as the sole student member of the university's Board of Trustees -- representing 68,000 students in the UCF co ...…
 
Many law students are motivated by the desire to make a difference, but how can they hone in on opportunities that align with their personal and professional goals? Host Ashley Baker talks to Gaylynn Burroughs about her work at The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and ways law students can get involved in similar areas of the law ...…
 
April Lawson is a guiding light and director of debates at Better Angels, a remarkable national organization that has surged into the spotlight by effectively teaching citizens to combat polarization and restore civil dialogue across America. April's leadership informs Better Angels' partnership with ACTA -- and our shared vision to help studen ...…
 
Maureen Brown speaks with Howard Birnberg, the instructor for ACEC's new online course: Advanced Skills for Superior Project Managers. The course begins on September 9th and is now open for registration. More detailed information about the course can be found here.By acecnational
 
Is there really a disjunct between the world of the practical and the world of the liberal arts? Dr. Fred Beuttler, guiding light of the Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional Studies of the University of Chicago, certainly doesn't think so. In this episode he returns to ACTA for an illuminating conversation with Michael Poliakoff.…
 
ACEC's Erin McLaughlin provides an update on the new Private Industry Brief focusing on Public-Private Partnerships in the engineering industry. The Private Industry Briefs are available free to download on the ACEC website. Never miss an issue by subscribing here.By acecnational
 
America’s engineering industry applauds Chairman Barrasso, Ranking Member Carper and the committee for approving the America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act. This bill provides funding to grow essential programs and long-term certainty; the two most important ingredients for addressing the nation’s transportation needs. We are also encourag ...…
 
Back in 2011, Wallace Hall was sounding alarms about admissions wrongdoings at the University of Texas System, where he served as Regent. His activism drew blistering criticism and brought him to the brink of impeachment -- until 2015, when an investigation fully validated his claims. In light of global headlines about the college admissions sc ...…
 
ACEC's Government Affairs Update for the week of July 22, 2019. In this week's episode, Matt Reiffer and Steve Hall discuss the upcoming Senate Environment and Public Works Committee markup of the America's Transportation Infrastructure Act, as well as the current status of water related infrastructure bills in Congress. Transcript: Announcer: ...…
 
Announcer: 00:00 Last week, ACEC released its second quarter engineering business index survey or firm leaders. Gerry, what update do you have for us? Gerry Donohue: 00:15 Well, the survey which is known in the industry as the EBI edged up slightly by 0.4 points to 62.6. Announcer: (00:23) So a 62.6 score. What does that mean? Gerry Donohue: (0 ...…
 
ACEC's Chair-Elect of the Coalition Leaders Steering Committee discusses the importance of coalitions through ACEC membership. Transcript: Host: (00:03)And welcome to another edition of Engineering influence with ACEC. Very happy to have a repeat guest to the podcast. Matt Morello is the Chair-Elect of the Coalition Leaders Steering Committee. ...…
 
This year, the law student division is bringing three resolutions for consideration before the ABA House of Delegates at the Annual Meeting. In this episode, Ashley Baker is joined by Matthew Wallace for a deeper look at two of these resolutions and what law students hope to achieve through them. First, they discuss the resolution calling for t ...…
 
Jeff Urbanchuk sits down with ACEC Board Chairman, Mitch Simpler, for the first in a series of quarterly interviews that we like to call the Chairman's Corner. Transcript: Host: 00:18 We are pleased to be joined by Mitch Simpler, ACC board chair, in what we hope will be the first of many appearances on our podcast as the chairman's report or th ...…
 
David Corey, Professor of Political Science at Baylor University, drives a dialogue with ACTA's Michael Poliakoff and Erik Gross about the vital qualities of liberal education, the lessons offered by the classics, and how to teach and model rational discourse for students.By American Council of Trustees and Alumni
 
Manu Meel, a rising senior at the University of California Berkeley who serves as the CEO for Bridges USA, discusses how students can reform our political culture by bringing constructive discourse back to our college campuses.By American Council of Trustees and Alumni
 
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