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Season 6, Episode 15
In this episode, we talk about trauma-informed practices on a community college campus. Our guest is:
- Dr. Jo Alice Blondin, Ph. D., president of Clark State College in Ohio.
Season 6, Episode 14
In this episode, we talk about Black Student Success Week – April 25-29. Be a part of Black Student Success Week by following opens in a new window@cablackstudents on Twitter or Instagram.
Our guests are:
- Dr. Teresa W. Aldredge, Board of Directors, Umoja Community Education Foundation
- Kenneth Brown, El Camino College, Board of Trustee Member, and the Chair of California Community Colleges Trustees (CCCT) Board
- Dr. Byron Clift Breland, Chancellor of North Orange Community College District and the President of the Chief Executive Officers for the California Community Colleges (CEOCCC) Board
Our guests encourage higher education institutions to become members and partner in Black/African American student success efforts with opens in a new windowthevillagedemands.org.
Founding affiliate organizations of The Village Demands are RSS Consulting, LLC, A²MEND, Umoja Community Education Foundation, National Council on Black American Affairs, and the Western Region Council on Black American Affairs.
Season 6, Episode 13
In this episode, we talk about credit vs. non-credit issues with Michelle Van Noy. Van Noy is an associate research professor in the Labor Studies and Employment Relations Department and director of the Education and Employment Research Center at the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. She is co-author of the new book, opens in a new windowCredentials: Understand the Problems. Identify the Opportunities. Create the Solutions. (Stylus Publishing, 2022).
Season 6, Episode 12
In this episode, we meet the #EquityAvengers and talk about the diversity, equity, and inclusion work being done on community college campuses.
Our guests are:
- Dr. Keith Curry, president/CEO of Compton College
- Dr. Pamela Luster, president of San Diego Mesa College
Follow opens in a new window@EquityAvengers on Twitter for their weekly #EquityChat.
Season 6, Episode 11
In this episode, we talk about “The Great Resignation.” Our guest is:
- Ragan Decker, PhD, SHRM-CP | Senior Researcher, Strategic Research Initiatives at Society for Human Resource Management
Articles Highlighting SHRM Research on the Great Resignation
- opens in a new windowWhy Are So Many Employees Quitting?
- opens in a new windowSHRM Research Highlights Lasting Impact of the ‘Great Resignation’ on Workers Who Choose to Stay
SHRM Research Report on Untapped Talent
Season 6, Episode 10
In this episode, we talk about AACC Annual 2022.
Season 6, Episode 9
In this episode we talk about AACC’s Community College Innovation Challenge.
The CCIC is led by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF). It is a national competition where community college student teams, working with a faculty or administrator mentor, use science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to innovate solutions to real-world problems; participate in an Innovation Boot Camp; and compete for cash awards.
Season 6, Episode 8
In this episode of the podcast Dr. Martha Parham talks to Dr. Scott McLeod, who is a Professor of Leadership for Educational Organizations at University of Colorado.
Dr. McLeod is widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading experts on P-12 school leadership, deeper learning, technology, and innovation. He is the Founding Director of the UCEA Center for the Advanced Study of Technology Leadership in Education (CASTLE), the only university center in the U.S. dedicated to the technology needs of school administrators. Dr. McLeod blogs about leadership and innovation at opens in a new windowdangerouslyirrelevant.org.
Season 6, Episode 7
In this episode, we talk to Norco College about how their Military Articulation Platform (MAP). MAP’s goal is to make it normal and expected for all veterans and active duty service members to receive all the credit they deserve–up to one year of credit in programs leading to high-wage jobs and transfer. Our guests include:
- Mark DeAsis, Dean, Enrollment Services
- Dr. Samuel Lee, Vice President, Academic Affairs
- Terence Nelson
Season 6, Episode 6
In this episode of the podcast, we talk to Dr. Joe Schaffer about rural community colleges.