This fast-paced show drops listeners into a compelling conversation about higher education. In Your Element host Eric Stoller asks innovative leaders about the challenges, wins, and future of everything from meeting enrollment numbers to equity in education. His five-question format gets to the heart of what’s happening in each guest’s corner of higher education. We bring you not only a look at traditional four-year institutions and the organizations that serve them, but perspectives related to community colleges, online education, edtech, digital marketers, workforce development, and more. The unifying theme: how do we all rally around students’ needs to help them succeed? This podcast is a collaboration between Enrollify and Element451.
Episode 3: Innovation is Turning Colleges Into Tech Companies — and Why Cliff Holekamp Believes That’s a Good Thing
Host Eric Stoller chats with Cliff Holekamp, Cofounder & Managing Director of Cultivation Capital. They discuss the ramifications of needs-blind admissions models, how recruiting and retention go hand in hand, the rise of entrepreneurship programs, and more.
Episode 2: In Your Element with Eric Stoller and Guest Melanie Gottlieb — Interim Executive Director of AACRAO
Eric has a deep-dive conversation with Melanie Gottlieb, Interim Executive Director at AACRAO. They discuss many hot topics, including the challenges facing enrollment management professionals, the current state of employee recruitment in higher ed, and the ways that ed tech will affect the future of admissions.
Episode 1: In Your Element with Eric Stoller and Guest Mordecai Brownlee — President of Community College of Aurora
In our first episode of In Your Element, Eric Stoller has a deep-dive conversation with Mordecai Brownlee, President of Community College of Aurora.
Trailer: Introducing In Your Element
This fast-paced show drops listeners into a compelling conversation about higher education. In Your Element host Eric Stoller from Element451 asks innovative leaders about the challenges, wins, and future of all things higher ed, from meeting enrollment numbers to equity in education.