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Campus by Times Higher Education

Campus by Times Higher Education

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Advice, insights and solutions for the challenges facing higher education from academics, faculty and staff at institutions around the world. Hear teaching tips, writing pointers, discussions on the big issues, forecasts and first-hand experiences from university leaders.
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The World of Higher Education

Higher Education Strategy Associates

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The World of Higher Education is dedicated to exploring developments in higher education from a global perspective. Join host, Alex Usher of Higher Education Strategy Associates, as he speaks with new guests each week from different countries discussing developments in their regions. Produced by Tiffany MacLennan and Samantha Pufek.
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Peter Lake is a Professor of Law who has never shied away from addressing the controversial topics that impact higher education with his trademark candid, unique, and often humorous approach. Eric Seaborg has created this podcast series to capture the insight of Peter Lake on the status of higher education. Eric will have Peter analyzing the key issues challenging the industry of post-secondary education and the future direction of our institutions across the nation.
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Join hosts Dr. Suzan Brinker and Audra DeLaney-Hall as they engage in candid conversations with higher education leaders, exploring strategic priorities and innovative approaches to higher education. Presidents, CMOs, VPs, and more share their experiences in pushing boundaries in education through strategic planning, brand strategy, academic innovation, and organizational culture. "Higher Ed Leaders" is not just a podcast; it's a journey into the heart of transformative leadership. Tune in w ...
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Leading Improvements in Higher Education with Stephen Hundley is an award-winning podcast service of the Assessment Institute in Indianapolis (assessmentinstitute.iupui.edu), the oldest and largest higher education assessment and improvement event in the U.S. The podcast profiles people, initiatives, institutions, and organizations improving conditions in higher education. Join thought leaders for engaging discussions of enduring and emerging topics, themes, and trends affecting colleges and ...
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Continuing Studies: A Higher Education Podcast for University Podcasters

University Podcasters Network: with hosts Jennifer-Lee Gunson & Neil McPhedran - founder of Podium Podcast Company, a higher education (Podium U) & not for profit (Podium N4P) podcast agency

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Where we explore the intersection of higher education and podcasting, one inspiring story at a time. Brought to you in part by the University Podcasters Network, this series delves into the uniqueness of university podcast production and podcast growth through the lens of seasoned podcasters across various higher education institutions. Your hosts, Jennifer-Lee Gunson and Neil McPhedran, provide you a masterclass on the intricacies of higher education podcasting. Each episode features engagi ...
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A monthly 30-minute series is a thought-provoking podcast series that explores the future of higher education. We'll delve into the challenges and opportunities facing higher education today and discuss innovative solutions that are transforming the way we learn and teach. The series is a production of the American Association of University Administrators and hosted by Dr. Lynn Burks and Dr. Sandra Affenito.
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Higher Education

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Learn how leading colleges and universities around the world are using Apple's products and platform to support their mission and achieve their goals across four key areas of campus services, research, athletics and career readiness.
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PeopleAdmin is the leading provider of cloud-based talent management solutions for education and government. Its software enables customers to streamline the hiring process, onboard new employees, efficiently manage positions and employee performance, develop compliant and defensible audit trails, and utilize industry-leading reporting and data-driven predictive analytics.
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This is a podcast by the Centre for Higher Education Research and Evaluation at Lancaster University. Higher Education Researcher features short interviews with current and past doctoral students, staff, and guest scholars to talk about their current interests, research, and thinking.
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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.
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A podcast for student development and higher education professionals examining the intersection of the Christian faith and the student development profession. A product of the Association for Christians in Student Development (ACSD).
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This Prof Life Podcast focuses on Women of Color (WOC) in higher education and empowering their voices. The experience can be enlightening and different at the same time. You will hear the challenges, successes and strategies women use to navigate academia. Join Dr. Pat Sanders, a Full Professor of Communications, as she talks to women who work in the academy. A former broadcast journalist, Dr. Pat now wants to tell the stories of BIPOC in higher education. She talks to women engaged in admi ...
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Roadmap to UK Higher Education” is an informative and engaging podcast series produced by AHZ Associates, aimed at helping international students navigate their journey towards higher education in the United Kingdom. This podcast serves as a comprehensive guide, providing valuable insights, advice, and resources to students who aspire to study in the UK.Each episode of ”Roadmap to UK Higher Education” delves into a specific aspect of the education system in the UK, addressing topics such as ...
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This unique podcast features some amazing change-makers in higher education. As a College Access Counselor, it's not just the incredible students who've inspired me, but it’s also the collaborative partners, professors, admissions counselors, and staff who have powerful stories of their own. I started "Inspired Conversations" because I wanted to help share their stories too, while also offering some helpful advice about the College Application process. I truly believe in the power of storyte ...
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Good School: Community College students investigate the complexities of higher education

Good School Community College of Baltimore County Student Journalists

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Good School, it’s not just a phrase. It defines who we are. It determines our future success. It determines our social network, and it determines our social mobility. Join the students of the Community College of Baltimore County as they explore the concept of a “good school” in this ongoing podcast series. Season 1 is live! Subscribe now to be notified.
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Defining Our Roots/Routes: Asian American in Higher Education aims to amplify the erased voices of Asian American students and faculty in higher education as a form of resistance and consciousness-raising by exploring interrelated themes—histories and legacies of Asian America, pan-Asian American identity, and Asian American transnationalism & diaspora. Join us for insights into the lived experiences of Asian American students and scholars in higher education spaces and learn what may be at ...
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Peter Lake discusses with host Eric Seaborg, the tension and strategic maneuvering defining the current academic landscape leading up to the election. Are the Federal gloves coming off or will the States shape the direction of higher education all while striving to maintain the essence of academic freedom? It’s a tightrope walk of political neutral…
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Struggling to help motivate students or help them understand the concept of motivation? In this episode of Friday 5 Live, Dr. Amy Baldwin and Dr. Laurie Hazard share their firsthand experiences and examine how motivation can be cultivated and sustained, even in the face of challenges. We examine the psychological underpinnings of motivation, discus…
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The engaging memoir of a legendary president of Wellesley College known for authentic and open-hearted leadership, who drove innovation with power and love. The Claims of Life: A Memoir (The MIT Press, 2023) traces the emergence of a young woman who set out believing she wasn’t particularly smart but went on to meet multiple tests of leadership in …
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Today my guest is Phil Hill, an ed tech consultant and Lead at Phill Hill and Associates. Today he joins us to talk about the last twenty years and how they have shaped the sector. The conversation ranges pretty widely across a number of topics here, one of the most interesting has to do with the historic role of MOOCs. Alex and Phil agree that the…
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In this episode, Dr Brian Bruess, the inaugural joint president, and Dr. Kara Kolomitz, the inaugural joint COO of The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University, share insights into devising a unified leadership structure for both institutions. They delve into their high-impact journey in Catholic higher education, emphasizing the signi…
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How storytelling through podcasts can enhance alumni engagement and community involvement. Neil & Jen welcome Sarah Hillel from Alumni Podcasts to explore the opportunities to engage alumni thru podcasting. Sarah shares her extensive background in alumni relations and discusses how storytelling through podcasts can significantly enhance alumni enga…
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What difference does human connection make to student success? Does it matter if students come to in-person lectures? And what if students turn to AI for help with academic tasks rather than asking libraries or someone in student support? This episode of the podcast takes on these questions, ones that have driven headlines on Times Higher Education…
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In this episode, we have a conversation with a coauthor of the book, Teaching with AI: A Practical Guide to a New Era of Human Learning, released in April 2024 by Johns Hopkins University Press. Our guest is Eddie Watson. Eddie is Associate Vice President for Curricular and Pedagogical Innovation and Executive Director for Open Educational Resource…
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A hybrid lab functions in the space between institutions and infrastructure, creating new opportunities for understanding their interconnection. However, their legitimacy remains fuzzy without formal and methodological critique. The Lab Book: Situated Practices in Media Studies (U of Minnesota Press, 2021) proposes the "extended lab model" to descr…
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Today's guest is Professor N. V. Varghese, the Vice Chancellor of the National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration in New Delhi. He's the co-editor of a recent book entitled India Higher Education Report 2021, Private Higher Education and he's with us today to discuss his book. Two points really stand out. The first is the truly di…
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Understanding the student life cycle, increasing diversity and inclusion the importance of curiosity in creating change are some of the topics Jefferson Blackburn-Smith, Executive Vice President for Strategic Initiatives at Otterbein University, discusses on the Higher Ed Leaders Podcast. Blackburn-Smith shares his wisdom from 12 years in higher ed…
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When Sharde M. Davis turned to social media during the summer of racial reckoning in 2020, she meant only to share how racism against Black people affects her personally. But her hashtag, BlackintheIvory, went viral, fostering a flood of Black scholars sharing similar stories. Soon the posts were being quoted during summer institutes and workshops …
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Ingrid Piller speaks with James McElvenny about his new book A History of Modern Linguistics: From the Beginnings to World War II (Edinburgh UP, 2024). This book offers a concise history of modern linguistics from its emergence in the early nineteenth century up to the end of World War II. Written as a collective biography of the field, it concentr…
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Student parents can feel unwelcome and invisible in their institutions. And for every student parent who is struggling to complete an education despite these hurdles, there are many others who have not been able to find a way. Supporting Student Parents in the Academic Library: Designing Spaces, Policies, and Services (ACRL, 2024) by Kelsey Keyes a…
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Today's guest is Dr. Mykola Trofymenko, the President of Mariupol State University. He agreed to join the show to talk about the events of early 2022, how he steered the institution through the siege and after it, and how the institution, now known as “the Invincible University” came to gain a new home in Kyiv. It’s a harrowing story, but also an i…
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In Crip Spacetime: Access, Failure, and Accountability in Academic Life (Duke University Press, 2024), Margaret Price intervenes in the competitive, productivity-focused realm of academia by sharing the everyday experiences of disabled academics. Drawing on more than three hundred interviews and survey responses, Price demonstrates that individual …
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Dr Walter Wendler, President of West Texas A&M University, discusses his work in academia and his role at West Texas A&M. He covers the importance of meeting students where they are and appreciating their value systems, representing minorities equitably in the university, putting the Texas Panhandle first, technology, mental health and community co…
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Evolving Academic Content: Insights into private podcasting's applications and benefits for higher education podcasts. In part two of their conversation with Transistor.fm co-founder Justin Jackson, hosts Neil McPhedran and Jennifer-Lee explore the dynamic world of private podcasts and their transformative potential in higher education. Justin shar…
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Using techniques garnered from startups and quickly evolving technology companies, in The Experimental Library: A Guide to Taking Risks, Failing Forward, and Creating Change (ALA Editions, 2023), Cathryn Copper explores how information professionals can use experimentation to make evidence-based decisions and advance innovative initiatives. The las…
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This week we welcome back our very first podcast guest, Andrew Norton, Professor in the Practice of Higher Education Policy at Australian National University, to follow up on the Australian Universities Accord. Andrew has been at the forefront of higher education policy debates in Australia for over two decades, and is the author of several edition…
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Today’s book is: Contingent Faculty and the Remaking of Higher Education: A Labor History (University of Illinois Press, 2024), which is an essay collection co-edited by Eric Fure-Slocum and Claire Goldstene. It explores why in the United States more than three-quarters of the people teaching in colleges and universities work as contingent faculty.…
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In this episode of the Times Higher Education podcast, we talk to two experts – one in the US and one in the UK – about open access, the global movement that aims to make research outputs available online immediately and without charge or restrictions. Heather Joseph has been an advocate for knowledge sharing and the open access movement since its …
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In this episode, Suzan interviews Danielle O'Neil, the CMO at the University of New Hampshire. O’Neill shares her journey in higher education and the challenges she has faced in her role. She highlights the importance of internal communication in the higher ed industry and the need for a centralized marketing and communications team. O’Neill also d…
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Peoples & Things host Lee Vinsel talks with writer and editor John Warner, who taught writing at the college level for more than twenty years. Warner is the author of at least three - or four depending on whether you count a work of parody - books on writing and higher education, and today he is perhaps best known for his Substack, The Biblioracle …
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How can traditional academic scholarship be disrupted by activist academics? How can we make space for those who are underrepresented and historically oppressed to come to academia as their authentic selves? How can the platform of academia create space for change in the world? In The Activist Academic: Engaged Scholarship for Resistance, Hope and …
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Academic libraries are changing in the face of information technologies, economic pressures, and globally disruptive events such as the current pandemic. In Refocusing Academic Libraries Through Learning and Discourse: The Idea of a Library (Chandos, 2023), Mary K. Bolin argues for a radical vision of library transformation, offering practical solu…
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With us today is Maria Yudkevich, a professor of Higher Education at the University of Haifa in Israel. She is the co-author, with Yaroslav Kuzminov of the excellent book Higher Education in Russia, published in 2022 by Johns Hopkins Press. She’s an expert guide to both the elements of change and continuity that have gone along with a century of co…
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In 1995, a scandal erupted when the New York Times revealed that the Smithsonian possessed a century's worth of nude "posture" photos of college students. In this riveting history, Beth Linker tells why these photos were only a small part of the incredible story of twentieth-century America's largely forgotten posture panic--a decades-long episode …
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Today’s book is: Is Grad School for Me? Demystifying the Application Process for First-Gen BIPOC Students (U California Press, 2024), by Dr. Yvette Martínez-Vu and Dr. Miroslava Chávez-García. It is the first book to provide first-generation, low-income, and nontraditional students of color with insider knowledge on how to consider and navigate gra…
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Parents everywhere want their children to be happy and do well. Yet how parents seek to achieve this ambition varies enormously. For instance, American and Chinese parents are increasingly authoritative and authoritarian, whereas Scandinavian parents tend to be more permissive. Why? Love, Money, and Parenting investigates how economic forces and gr…
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Dreams of Flight: The Lives of Chinese Women Students in the West (Duke UP, 2021) explores the significance of transnational educational mobility in the life aspirations of young, middle-class Chinese women. Based on extensive, long-term ethnographic research, Fran Martin explores how young Chinese women negotiate competing pressures on their ident…
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Suzan and Audra speak with Carrie Phillips, Chief Communications and Marketing Officer from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Phillips shares her journey from a career in television to higher education, driven by a desire to do 'work that matters'. As she discusses her role in the institution, she highlights the importance of people, progr…
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A deep dive into the foundational aspects of podcasting. A comprehensive discussion with Justin Jackson, the co-founder of Transistor.fm as they deep dive into the foundational aspects of podcasting, including the magic behind RSS feeds, the variety and purpose of podcast hosting platforms, and the art of engaging your listeners with quality conten…
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With us this week is David Kernohan, Deputy Editor of the website WonkHE. which is as close to a sister organization to Higher Education Strategy Associates as exists anywhere on the globe, David, more than anyone, has been tracking the development of the Lifelong Learning Entitlement since it was a wee nugget of a policy notion. He tells us about …
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How do art schools influence music? In No Machos or Pop Stars: When the Leeds Art Experiment Went Punk (Duke UP, 2022), Gavin Butt, a Professor of Fine Art at Northumbria University, Newcastle, tells the story of art, music and higher education in Leeds in the mid-1970s. Using archives and interviews, as well as analysis of the music and art of the…
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Steven D. Levitt (Freakonomics co-author and University of Chicago Economics Professor) joins the podcast to discuss his career, including being an early leader in applied microeconomics and how the Freakonomics media empire got started, along with his recent decision to retire from academic economics. Transcript available here. Jon Hartley is an e…
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American Association of University Administrators Board members and series co-hosts Dr. Lynn Burks and Dr. Sandra Affenito's guests are Travis Averett, IT Solutions Manager, Learning Technologies at DeVry University, and Gio Durate, Senior Director of Classroom Experience & Innovation - Adtalem Global Education. The topic, The Classroom of the Futu…
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Suzan and Audra interview Dr. Mary Beth Williams, Vice President for Student Affairs at Millersville University. Dr. Williams narrates her unique journey as a first-generation college student, emphasizing how her struggles and experiences significantly influence her current role in higher education. As VP for Student Affairs, Dr. Williams has a dee…
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In response to student demands reflecting the urgency of societal and ecological problems, universities are making a burgeoning effort to infuse environmental sustainability efforts with social justice. In this edited volume, we extend calls for higher education leaders to revamp programming, pedagogy, and research that problematically reproduce do…
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This episode features editors of the 2nd edition of the Routledge book entitled Coordinating Divisional and Departmental Student Affairs Assessment. Our guests are Erin Bentrim, Gavin Henning, and Kimberly Yousey-Elsener. Erin is a Data and Learning Analytics Strategist at Anthology, Inc. Gavin is Professor of Higher Education at New England Colleg…
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With us today is Courtney Brown, Vice President of Impact and Planning at Lumina Foundation and the person most responsible for making sure the foundation hits its goals and develops new and even more meaningful ones. The conversation covers how Lumina went about its goal setting process, what tactics it's used to build a wide network of alliances …
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In Who Owns Religion?: Scholars and Their Publics in the Late Twentieth Century (U Chicago Press, 2019), scholar and noted university administrator Laurie Patton looks at the cultural work of religious studies through scholars' clashes with religious communities, especially in the late 1980s and 90s. "Others" about whom scholars wrote to their coll…
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We are excited to welcome back Dr. La’Tonya “LT” Rease Miles to Friday 5 Live as we examine the hidden curriculum in higher education.In our conversation, we explore the harm caused by the assumption students “know how to college" and discuss strategies faculty and staff can take to address these implicit set of expectations that impact student suc…
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Kimberly Zimmerman, Assistant Vice President of Admissions from Knox College shares her own journey in higher education, how she ended up working in admissions, and her strategies in recruiting students with Suzan in this episode of the Higher Ed Leaders podcast. Zimmerman shares how her personal experiences as a first-generation college student ha…
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Finishing off our series on freedom of speech, renowned historian Niall Ferguson discusses ideological conflict both between America and China and within the United States, and particularly our universities. Along the way, he shares important lessons from academic culture during the World Wars, how history ought to be taught, how optimistic we shou…
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The challenging decision to possibly conclude your show. Delve into the journey of Julie Bartucca and Tom Breen from the UConn 360 Podcast, discussing its inception, audience engagement, and the bittersweet decision to step back from hosting the show. Our guests share operational insights, the importance of storytelling, and advice for fellow podca…
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In this episode we discuss a rare creature: the female higher education leader. Indeed, according to the American Council on Education’s most recent American College President Study, women remain outnumbered by men in the college presidency by a ratio of 2:1, with about 33 per cent of presidencies held by women. Women in higher education were also …
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