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Solutions for Higher Education dives into hot topics in the world of colleges and universities. Sometimes it tackles controversies in education, sometimes it looks at current events, sometimes it's innovations and fun. Brought to you by Southern Utah University, but geared toward anyone with an interest in the subjects, episodes are hosted by SUU's President Scott L Wyatt and Professor Steve Meredith.
 
Enrollment Growth University is a professional development podcast for higher education leaders looking to grow enrollment at their college or university. Each episode features an interview with a leader in higher education, discussing enrollment growth strategies that are working at their institution, through topics such as: enrollment marketing, adult student recruitment, enrollment management, online learning, student retention, data intelligence, online course development, financial aid, ...
 
Kevin Stein and Angie Smith discuss a variety of general movie topics on Movie Time with Kevin Stein airing on Southern Utah University's Thunder 91. They are not professional film critics, but simply fans who love movies!
 
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Discussions with speakers at APEX, the premier lecture series at Southern Utah University.
 
How do you land your dream job? What are the insider-secrets to massive success in highly competitive industries? How do you prepare for your future workplace landscape? These topics and much more are discussed on the The Interns 2 Pros Podcast. This bi-monthly show features elite impact players in the Media, Technology, Sports, and Entertainment industries. Host Mitchell Leach II also interviews key thought leaders in human resources, academia, and talent development. The multi-Emmy nominee ...
 
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Dr. Roger LaMarca, Executive Director of Enrollment Management and Educational Development at Southern Utah University joined the podcast to talk about the negative consequences of well-intentioned “plateau tuition” policies, and the need to revisit our pricing strategy economics in higher ed.
 
Show Notes: President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith sit down with John Louviere and Rene Eborn, AVP/Exec Dir for Academic & Instructional Services and SAVP for Strategic Initiatives at Utah State University, to discuss the innovative approach USU is taking to competency-based education, specifically with general education assessments and onl ...…
 
This week on the APEX Hour host Lynn Vartan is joined by three members of our library team to make suggestions for your next great read! Matt Nickerson, Anne Diekema and Christopher Clark give their thoughts on the best books everyone must read, as well as books they are excited about right now. Find your next great Fall read here - just in tim ...…
 
Show Notes: President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith sit down with Paul Fain, writer for Inside Higher Ed, to discuss direct assessment, a type of competency-based education. Featured Quotes: I'm going to make a bold prediction here, but I think people should be watching competency-based education because I think the addition to kind of the g ...…
 
Tim Cigelske, Director of Integrated Content at Marquette University and author of The Creative Journey, returns to the show to talk about the hero’s journey, the creative process, and how to get buy-in from senior leadership on big creative ideas.
 
Melissa Schreibstein, Director of Well-Being Programs for the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University, joined the podcast to talk about why colleges and universities need to do a better job supporting our students’ mental health.
 
Show Notes: We're talking with Phyllis Hauptfeld with Academic Partnerships about SUU's plans to grow online degree offerings. Featured Quotes: . . . there’s no doubt that online is providing the kind of accessibility to students who are location-bound. I mean, the marketplace for your traditional students is about 3.5 million a year graduates. ...…
 
Julie Castle, the CEO of the Utah based Best Friends Animal Society joins Lynn Vartan in the studio to discuss her path to success and the current initiatives of Best Friends Animal Society. Julie is the Southern Utah University Outstanding Alumnus for 2019, and a major force in the “No Kill”movement for animals in the United States, with the g ...…
 
Show Notes: This episode we discuss SUU's plans to lower tuition costs for online-only students in an effort to make an education more accessible. Featured Quotes: The hypothetical full-time, face-to-face student shows up, it takes 120 credits to graduate, if that student takes 15 credits per semester over four years, that student is going to e ...…
 
Dr. Elizabeth M. Béjar, Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Florida International University, and Dr. Bridgette Cram, Assistant Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Florida International University, joined the podcast to talk about the win-win benefits of apprenticeships for both academia and employers.…
 
Sculptor and social commentary artist Al Farrow joins host Lynn Vartan in the studio to discuss his compelling art and process of re-creating religion structures and relics with guns, ammunition, bone and steel. They discuss his inspirations and the rebel side of his art and advocacy.By Lynn Vartan, Al Farrow.
 
Dr. John Dolan, Principal Systems Scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, joined the podcast to discuss how higher ed can start preparing for the future of autonomous vehicles.
 
Show Notes: Dr. Megan Fromm, journalism teacher at Grand Junction High School, joins us on this week’s podcast to discuss the rethinking of general education requirements in education. Dr. Fromm penned the article “How We Could Radically Rethink the Core Curriculum in Higher Education” which the group references throughout the episode. Featured ...…
 
9/12/19: Acclaimed author and poet Erika Sánchez joins host Lynn Vartan in the studio to talk about her work and her award-winning novel “I am not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter.” In their discussion they delve into the creative process, writing, and Erika’s personal story and passion for developing an ongoing open dialogue about mental health.…
 
Jill Klein, Interim Dean of the School of Professional and Extended Studies at American University, joined the podcast to talk about the generalist digital-technology credential they’ve developed in partnership with other local employers and universities through CoLAB.
 
Show Notes: President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith talk with Julie Hartley and Greg Benson, Assistant Commissioners of Higher Education for Academic and Student Affairs in the state of Utah, about the delivery methods for general education and the various competencies gained through general ed courses. Featured Quotes: For a long time, high ...…
 
Jason Lorgan, Executive Director of Campus Recreation, Memorial Union and UC Davis Stores at University of California, Davis, joined the podcast to talk about the “principal-agent” problem and how they’re attempting to solve for it at UC Davis with a flat-fee textbook model.
 
Show Notes: This week's episode talks with student government leaders Jeff Carr and Chris Westwood. We learn what drew them to SUU, how they decided to get involved with student government, and more about who they are. Featured Quotes: And then when I got to the university, I took a political science class, and I was an acting major at the time ...…
 
You’ve probably heard about conversion rate optimization. But what exactly is it? And how might it fit in with your higher education marketing strategy? Dan Sanchez, Marketing Director at Bethany Global University joined this episode of the Enrollment Growth University podcast to talk about the tools, techniques and massive enrollment growth su ...…
 
Dr. Michael Furman, Assistant Teaching Professor at Florida State University joined the podcast to talk about why we need to make sure higher education faculty are not only learning to be subject matter experts in graduate school, but also learning how to effectively teach.
 
Show Notes: Dr. Jean Boreen, dean of SUU’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences, joins President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith this week for the last book in the Summer Book Club: Pride and Prejudice. They discuss the bridge Pride and Prejudice has built between classic literature and young adult literature and outline some of Jane Aust ...…
 
About 1,500 applicants for just 400 spaces. From 100 entrepreneurial teams to 500 in the short lifetime of the program. What’s so amazing about the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute that everyone’s clamoring to be a part? The maker space, of course. On a recent episode of Enrollment Growth University, I got to talk to Troy D'Ambrosio, Assistant D ...…
 
Classes are officially back in session or around the corner for most colleges and universities across the globe. Optimizing the collegiate experience is paramount on several levels. On the latest episode of the Interns 2 Pros Podcast, Dr. Jared Tippets, Vice President for Student Affairs at Southern Utah University, gives a plethora of wisdom f ...…
 
Dr. Michelle Marks, Vice President for Academic Innovation and New Ventures at George Mason University joined the podcast to talk about their new partnership with Amazon Web Services, and the importance of incorporating additional tech credentials and certifications within our degree programs.
 
Dr. John Branch, Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, joined the podcast to discuss the 12-minute rule he uses in his classrooms to maximize student engagement.
 
Dr. Nicole Smith, Research Professor and Chief Economist at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, joined the podcast to discuss how higher ed can help better bridge the gap between academia and industry.
 
Show Notes: Dr. Bryce Christensen joins President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith this week for the third book in the Summer Book Club: Tao Te Ching. The most translated book in the world after the Bible, the Tao Te Ching, or “Book of the Tao,” is a guide to cultivating a life of peace, serenity, and compassion. Through aphorisms and parable, ...…
 
Ray Schroeder, Associate Vice Chancellor of Online Learning at University of Illinois Springfield and Founding Director of the National Council for Online Education, joined the podcast to discuss what the advent of quantum computing means for higher education.
 
Dr. Jitendra Singh, Associate Professor at the School of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership at Minnesota State University Moorhead, joined the podcast to talk about how we can use lean engineering principles to help continuously improve our online experiences.
 
Megan Rolfs, Director of Marketing and Communications, Division of Student Affairs at Illinois State University, joined the podcast to talk about #YourRedbirdLife and the role of influencer marketing in higher education.
 
Dr. Chris Dede, Wirth Professor of Learning Technologies in the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University, joined the podcast to talk about developing a curriculum that can serve students for the next 60 years of their career.
 
Show Notes: President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith are joined by Dr. Joy Sterrantino to discuss the second book in the Summer Book Club: Hamlet. The trio discuss the upcoming performance of Hamlet by the Utah Shakespeare Festival, the complex relationships found within the story, and the overall themes woven into the story. The Tragedy of H ...…
 
Dr. Richard Scheines, Dean of The Dietrich College of Humanities & Social Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University, joined the podcast to discuss the community they’re hoping to build around learning engineering.
 
Dr. Aaron Brower, Executive Director at the University of Wisconsin Extended Campus and Sr. Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs at the University of Wisconsin System, joined the podcast to discuss the difference between thinking about instructional teams vs. catch-all individual instructors.…
 
Dr. Mariale Hardiman, Professor and Director of the Neuro-Education Initiative and currently serving for the last five years as Vice Dean of Academic Affairs at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, joined the podcast to discuss how higher ed should be better utilizing neuroscience and cognitive best practices to improve faculty engagement.…
 
Dr. Victoria Brown, Associate Professor, Former Assistant Provost for eLearning at Florida Atlantic University, joined the podcast to talk about the missional and enrollment growth importance of upgrading student services for the online learner.
 
Show Notes: President Scott L Wyatt and Steve Meredith are joined by Dr. Kyle Bishop to discuss the first book in the Summer Book Club: The Underground Railroad. The trio discuss the metaphor of the railroad, break down the motives of the main characters, and identify the learning outcomes from the book. The Underground Railroad, published in 2 ...…
 
Peter Risse, Associate Dean of Extended Studies at Boise State University, joined the podcast to talk about how they’re following Netflix’s lead at Boise State with a subscription-based tuition model option.
 
Dr. Joshua Goodman, Associate Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University, joined the podcast to talk about creative ways to soften the emotional blow from critical student evaluations through “summaries”.
 
Steven King, Associate Professor of Interactive and Multimedia at The University of North Carolina’s School of Media and Journalism, joined the podcast to talk about why virtual reality has the opportunity to surpass the experiential benefits of the traditional campus tour.
 
Dr. David Peña-Guzman, Assistant Professor in the School of Humanities and Liberal Studies at San Francisco State University, joined the podcast to talk about creating distraction-free zones on campus.
 
Quotes: (referencing Tao Te Ching): If you’re going to only read one book that’s from the Chinese culture in your life, this might be the one. This might be it. ~ Scott Wyatt I actually have a sweater, I shouldn’t say this, but I actually have a sweater that says, “Don’t bother me, I’m watching a Hallmark movie.” ~ Steve Meredith Full Transcrip ...…
 
Featured Quotes: "Rather than being reactive and, as you described earlier, and wait in our offices for students to come to us with questions, instead, we are encouraging our advisors to be very proactive to identify those students who may be at risk for not persisting on campus or may have life struggles and going to them to see what they can ...…
 
Dr. John Quelch, Vice Provost at the University of Miami and Dean at the Miami Business School, joined the podcast to talk about why students are moving away from the traditional MBA and toward specializations
 
Dr. Carolyn Speer, Manager of Instructional Design and Access at Wichita State University, joined the podcast to talk about why she’s doubling down on the power of the online discussion board to facilitate better student-to-student interactions.
 
Featured Quote: "Clemson is a lovely campus, but we’re not in the middle of a metropolitan area, so, students would have to miss some class if they wanted to gain any work experience while they were going to class.” And I was like, “That’s a terrific idea. It’s going to give students a chance to kind of peek behind the curtain to see what goes ...…
 
Bruce Robertson, Associate Professor of Marketing at San Francisco State University, joined the podcast to talk about how a classroom scheduling mix-up forced him to have to think about how to creatively scale via modular learning.
 
Featured Quote: “And so, at a time when I’m sure you’re aware that the news isn’t great around the world, there’s a lot of challenges, certainly a lot of issues around economic mobility, the idea that the American dream indeed is not dead and that there are great institutions that are promoting this economic ascent is really heartening.” Jeff G ...…
 
Shana Cooper, English Instructor at Harold Washington College, joined the podcast to talk about how seeing firsthand how students were struggling during tutoring sessions helped her redesign her own assignments.
 
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