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WCU Excellence Radio

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At West Chester University, we not only expect excellence, we build on it! Gain new knowledge, skills, and insight from campus experts. If you are interested in becoming a guest on WCU Excellence Radio, please contact Molly Nece, Director of Training, at mnece@wcupa.edu.

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Dr. Judy Curtin, WCU's Board Certified Audiologist and professor, shares her wisdom about hearing loss and noise exposure and what could happen if hearing loss goes untreated. Also, learn how to cope with the older parent and navigate... more

Dr. Ed Mackey shares with listeners how the mind and body can benefit from forgiveness therapy and hypnosis and what you can be doing in the comfort of your own home that improves mind/body interaction. He and his team at WCU's... more

A resume's main purpose is to get you an interview. Becky Ross, WCU's Director of the Twardowski Career Development Center, teaches listeners about the three resume format choices and the guidelines behind writing a well-polished... more

Ashley Reichenbach, WCU's Assistant Director of the Twardowski Career Development Center, helps you to understand different interview formats and how to best prepare for them. You also learn what to do and never do in an... more

Stress is a part of everyday living. What you do with it makes all the difference! Dr. Jeff Harris, a valued WCU faculty member for 29 years and chair of the Department of Nutrition, specializes in stress management, medical nutrition... more

Alina Torres-Zickler, Assistant Director of the WCU Office of Social Equity, and Linda Udovich, HR Recruitment Specialist, share with hiring managers and those interested about the ins and outs of the hiring process. However, just because... more

Dr. Arsenault is combining all his passions and undertaking a comprehensive study where he is studying the correlation between creativity, personality, motivation, and culture using four instruments, including the Myers Briggs... more

Public speaking is the second worst feared thing besides snakes. Learn from Professor Dawn Pfeifer Reitz how to combat that fear and speak with ease. After teaching numerous public speaking classes for WCU and receiving the... more

In this 20 minute episode, Dr. Lordan will share with listeners how to deliver a consistent, direct, and effective message. Learn how to gain the respect, trust, credibility, and buy-in of your audience so that your ideas, decisions, knowledge,... more

Over the past 20 years, Anita Foeman, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Communication Studies, has inspired countless numbers of students and professionals at West Chester University. Dr. Foeman is a scholar of... more