How Guided Pathways Can Reduce a Student’s Time and Cost to Completion


Dr. Ann Buchele, Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs at Linn-Benton Community College, joined the podcast to discuss the big institution-wide lift and ROI return on establishing guided pathways and support for your students.

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Episode · 1 month ago

Faculty Podcasts as Program Promotion

Dr. David Peña-Guzman, Assistant Professor in the School of Humanities and Liberal Studies at San Francisco State University, and Dr. Ellie Anderson, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Pomona University, joined the podcast to talk about creating academic podcasts for both curriculum and course promotion.

Episode · 2 months ago

Esports Growth During the Pandemic

Dr. Joey Gawrysiak, Director of Esports at Shenandoah University talks about the “more than games” reality of esports’ growth this year from a cross-disciplinary program standpoint, from a broadcasting standpoint, and from a public safety standpoint.

Episode · 2 months ago

University of Louisville Uses Stackable Credentials to Re-enroll Stop-outs

Dr. Matt Bergman, Associate Professor at University of Louisville returned to the podcast to talk about their short-term stackable credentials, and why they may be the most effective program offering to help re-enroll the stop-out student.

Episode · 2 months ago

Dickinson College Makes International Students Feel Welcome from a Distance

Samantha Brandauer, Associate Provost and Executive Director at The Center for Global Study and Engagement at Dickinson College joined the podcast to discuss Dickinson’s “Study Abroad at Home” initiative and how they’re designing welcoming solutions for their international students during this unwelcome year.