Northcentral University Deans, Faculty, and Leadership discuss a wide range of topics with a focus on the higher education community. Tune in to hear from our experts, alumni, students, and faculty: Emerging Trends in Higher Ed (ETHE), our series, Center for the Advancement of Virtual Organizations (CAVO),Center for Transformational Healthcare Leadership (CTHL), and our newly-added series, Virtual Education Support Center (VESC).
VESC Ep. 11: Voices from Students and Alumni: Driving Research and Practice
NCU Alumna, Dr. Allison Moore is a Learning Disability Teacher Consultant and an adjunct faculty member at Grand Canyon University. In this episode, she discusses the importance of presence and offers strategies for supporting online students in higher education and in K-12 virtual settings.
ETHE Ep. 41: DHA Student on Changing the Architecture of Healthcare Administration
Crissy Flake, student in the School of Health Sciences, shares about her experience in the Doctor of Health Administration program at Northcentral University. Crissy shares her background and what inspired her to pursue furthering her education as well her goals of changing the architecture of health administration.
CAVO Ep. 44: What Flavor is Your Leadership?
In this special podcast, Melody Rawlings, Director of CAVO, is joined by Dr. George Manning, esteemed Professor of Psychology and Business at Northern Kentucky University. Dr. Manning is an internationally known speaker, consultant to business, industry, and government, and author of eleven books including highly acclaimed text, The Art of Leadership, coauthored with Dr. Kent Curtis, Professor Emeritus at NKU. Dr. Manning was Melody’s first college professor and they have remained good friends through the years. Melody remembers Dr. Manning’s Intro to Psychology class as not only informative but also fun and engaging! Listen as Dr. Manning shares his insight, knowledge, and experiences about the role of personality in leadership.
CAVO Ep. 43: Building Virtual Teams that Thrive
Navigating day-to-day challenges in the remote workplace can be overwhelming. Listen as John Wengel, PhD student in the School of Business at NCU, chats with Pete Winiarski, author of Virtual Teams that Thrive and learn proven strategies and tips to help you build an effective virtual team.
VESC Ep.10: EdTech and Personalized Learning
Joining VESC on this episode is Kevin Crouch, Director of EdTech at Western Academy in Beijing. With over 16 years of experience in IT and educational technology, Kevin describes strategies for using technology to personalize learning in the K-12 setting.
CAVO Ep. 42: Technology Tools to Improve the Virtual Workplace
Effective virtual teamwork begins with having the right tools. Listen as Dr. Khatina Brunson, IT professional and adjunct faculty in the School of Business at NCU talks with Clinton Keith, coauthor of Remote Teamwork Tools, about tools and techniques to help virtual teams overcome challenges and improve team communication and collaboration. Learn more about his book at: http://clintonkeith.com/RTT.html