The Higher Ed Podcast Series: The Four S’s of Resilience

This week on The Higher Ed Podcast, George and Kamaar speak with Donna Volpitta, Founder and Director of Education at Pathways to Empower. Pathways to Empower uses courses to teach students, parents, and educators how to build resilience to foster mental health. Volpitta has used her experience raising 4 adolescents to author a book on resilience, advise on education boards, and ultimately found Pathways to Empower. Donna […]

The Higher Ed Podcast Series: Teaching Tolerance

Danielle Shelton wears many hats. Along with working as an instructor in higher education, Shelton is a dual enrollment instructor, hosts a podcast, creates instructional design for City College, and is an author working on publishing her first book. This week on The Higher Ed Podcast, Kamaar and George, joined by a new co-host, Nicole Carpelle, sit down with Danielle and speak about communication in both the classroom and online and how […]

Elizabeth Fogle’s 4 Cs of Career School On-Boarding

The Higher Ed Podcast team recently had the opportunity to sit down with our first repeat guest, Dr. Elizabeth Fogle, PhD., Corporate Director of Academic Affairs at Education Evolve. With over 12 years in the industry, she’s served in various roles across higher education, from adjunct professor to Vice President of Academics, and she had tons […]

The Higher Ed Podcast Series: Organizational Health in Higher Ed

On this week’s episode of The Higher Ed Podcast, Kamaar and George speak with Todd Cellini, Chief Academic and Operations Officer at Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology. At Spartan, Todd oversees multiple campuses, ranging from California to Colorado and Oklahoma. Being a leader in an executive position of the colleges and having 20 years of experience in education, Todd brings insight to the […]

The Higher Ed Podcast Series: The Benefits of Multiple Modalities

On this latest episode of the Higher Ed Podcast, Kamaar is joined by Lori Anne Shaw, Executive Director of Abilene Christian University’s (ACU) Duncum Center for Solutions and Academic Services. As a leader in her institution, Lori Anne oversees both student and organizational development through academic operations and instructional design. The concept of online learning is nothing new to her- in fact, her university has been offering […]

The Higher Ed Podcast Series: Inspiring Greatness

nn nn n n n n nn n n n n n n n n n n n n n nn n n n n n nn n n n nn n nnn nnnnn n This week’s episode of The Higher Ed Podcast brought in the lovely Karling Cosca, Director of Operations at the Inspire Greatness Aveda Institute. While inspire greatness […]

The Higher Ed Podcast Series: Re-evaluating the Traditional  

Despite the traditional idea of a four-year college, alternative education options are becoming more popular as time progresses and because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read The Higher Ed Podcast’s guest Shannon Cobourn describe her insider perspective on the matter here.

The Higher Ed Podcast Series: Marketing to Passive and Active Responders

By now, higher education professionals are well aware that 2020 enrollments are down due to COVID-19. Having spent the first part of the year figuring out how to survive and operate during a pandemic, higher ed professionals are looking forward to determine how to attract prospective students to their universities despite the major hesitation that students are feeling about college right now. Engine’s latest white papers have […]

The Higher Ed Podcast Series: The Importance of Communication in Education

Communication is arguably one of the most important yet difficult parts of being human. Great leaders use words to inspire and connect people, and then they follow those words up with corresponding actions. Not communicating well, on the other hand, can lead to frustration and misunderstanding. This is exactly the case in the current education system, from kindergarten through higher ed, […]