• 00:30

    Marketing Talk for Higher Education

    in Marketing

     
    Marketing talk radio for Higher Education and Fundraising.
    Marketing can be a challenge and seem like a mystery at times. Marketing is a science not a mystery.
    Learn how to achieve greater results from your marketing as Mike & Christy, interview experts and authors to discuss effective marketing strategies specifically for Higher Education & Fundraising and take the mystery out of your marketing. 

  • 00:31

    Marketing Talk for Higher Education

    in Marketing

     
    Marketing talk radio for Higher Education and Fundraising.
    Marketing can be a challenge and seem like a mystery at times. Marketing is a science not a mystery.
    Learn how to achieve greater results from your marketing as Mike & Christy, interview experts and authors to discuss effective marketing strategies specifically for Higher Education & Fundraising and take the mystery out of your marketing. 

  • 00:31

    Marketing Talk for Higher Education

    in Marketing

     
    Marketing talk radio for Higher Education and Fundraising.
    Marketing can be a challenge and seem like a mystery at times. Marketing is a science not a mystery.
    Learn how to achieve greater results from your marketing as Mike & Christy, interview experts and authors to discuss effective marketing strategies specifically for Higher Education & Fundraising and take the mystery out of your marketing. 

  • 00:30

    Marketing Talk for Higher Education with guest Penny Hunt

    in Marketing

     
    Marketing talk radio for Higher Education and Fundraising.
    Today's guest is Penny Hunt, author of Development for Academic Leaders: A Practical Guide For Fundraising Success.  Hosts Mike Brenhaug and Christy Buchman discuss with Penny her 25+ years of experience in the development field.  Ms. Hunt shares why fundraising is an increasingly important responsibility for academic leaders, from department chairs to deans and on up into the executive ranks in higher education. 

  • 00:44

    Back2Us Show_Equality in Higher Education

    in Education

    "The most important quality of a doctoral program that is friendly toward lesbian and bisexual individuals is a collection of faculty and staff that hold among their core   values a genuine celebration of diversity, which, by definition, excludes them from holding heterosexism as a value. This quality speaks to a pervasive, all-encompassing recognition that everyone is not heterosexual, and it is that absence of heterosexism that, almost by definition, creates a doctoral program that is friendly towards and welcoming of individuals of any sexual orientation" (Nutt, Edwards, Reimers, Kams, Jackley, Frock, Maddux, Ruppenicker, & Beno, 2014).


    I call the period of my life when I completed my first Ph.D in 2007, my "wake up era".  I was coming alive with the love of living in higher education as well as coming out into my own sexual orientation.  I was fully expecting to find a lot more students and faculty just like me; but, what I found instead was a lot of heterosexism.  That was seven years ago; and, now that Sharon is nearing the end of her doctoral program, we decided to talk about our experiences at two different schools in two different programs.   Has anything changed in seven years? 


    Tune in as we talk about what we've observed as doctoral students and I will share my experience as a practitioner in the field.  If you are LGBTQ and thinking about completing your doctoral degree, this is one show that you don't want to miss!


    Article Source: http://www.apa.org/pi/lgbt/resources/friendly-program.aspx


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  • 01:01

    Access to Higher Education for Students with Disabilities with Koert Wehberg

    in Culture

    Join us for a conversation with Koert Wehberg, Staff Attorney at Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania, about the right for students with disabilities to receive appropriate supports in post-secondary education, and school districts to provide the necessary transition services so that they are prepared for the challenges of a world that extends beyond the brick walls of their high schools. 


    Read a recent article Kort authored for The Legal Intelligencer on the topic here. 


    Koert received his law degree from the Syracuse University College of Law in 2008 with a certificate in Disability Law and Policy. He was the recipient of a prestigious two-year Equal Justice Works Fellowship after law school, allowing him to represent low-income people of color with disabilities in general accessibility, fair housing and employment discrimination matters in New York City at New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (NYLPI).  Koert stayed at NYLPI as a staff attorney through 2011 when he then joined the Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania where he represents children with disabilities in special education and other discrimination matters.


    PA Independent Living Radio Show is brought to you every Friday at 12:00 pm EDT/EST by The Arc of Luzerne County. Please consider a donation in support of our work to help improve the quality of life for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their families.


    For more news and events of interest to the PA disability community, visit PA Disability News!


    Thanks for listening!

  • 00:56

    The Higher Education Success Factor with Dr, Bill Path

    in Education

    Join us as we interview Dr. Bill Path, President of Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology as he discusses the need for a simple, yet global innovative ecosystem between business, government, and education.  


    Dr. Bill R. Path is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, and author of "Moments of Forever."   Dr. Path is a visionary and innovative leader who is unashamed of meeting students where they are at - and seeing them build their potential by connecting them to employers.  Listen as he unravels the truth of how simple higher education should be.  

  • Kurt Strand, Chief Product Officer for McGraw-Hill Higher Education www.mhhe.com

    in Education

    Kurt Strand, Chief Product Officer for McGraw-Hill Higher Education www.mhhe.com  &  highered.mcgraw-hill.com

  • 00:36

    SUSTAINABILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY

    in Education

    Our very special guest is Dr Stephen Kahl of Unity College, Sustainability Director of   the nation's environmental college

  • 00:42

    Separate and Unequal - Higher Education and White Privilege

    in Education

    The Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University recently released a groundbreaking report on racial inequity in higher education - Separate and Unequal: How Higher Education Reinforces the Intergenerational Reproduction of White Privilege. 
    One of the study's co-authors, Dr. Jeff Strohl, will join us to discuss the study's findings. We'll talk about whether there are two separate tracks into higher education institutions, one track for white students and another for black and Latino students. We'll also discuss resources in those different tracks and the role of white privilege in perpetuating inequity in higher ed.
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    Host, Allison R. Brown, is a civil rights attorney and owner of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans for schools and helps organizations to promote student equity.

  • 01:03

    IS COLLEGE STILL A GOOD DEAL? RETHINKING HIGHER EDUCATION.

    in Health

    There's a student debt crisis in America that needs healing.  Why are college tuitions going up when our economy is in trouble?  Your host and her guest take a look at the Educational System and considers alternatives to Higher Education.  As one entrepreneur suggests, the smart thing to do is study under a person who is the best at what he does.  There are plenty of jobs around but we have to renew our thinking that "you don't get a job, you make one"!

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