A Podcast for Women in Higher Education
Stephanie Gilbert on Loss, Grief, and Academia
In this special episode of the agile academic, Dr. Stephanie Gilbert and I discuss our grief experiences and her research on bereavement in the workplace.
Katie Rose Guest Pryal on Mental Health, Neurodiversity, and Being Well
On season 4 episode 6 of the agile academic, I’m joined Dr. Katie Rose Guest Pryal, law professor, speaker, and author. We talk about neurodiversity and mental health, stigma in higher ed, and being well.
Stephanie Cawthon on Connection and Disability Advocacy in Higher Ed
On season 4 episode 5 of the agile academic, I talk with Dr. Stephanie Cawthon, professor of education at the University of Texas Austin, leader, educator, and disability advocate. We discuss the importance of connection, disability in higher ed, and founding things that matter.
Jen Heemstra on Choices, Mentoring, and Failure
On season 4 episode 4 of the agile academic, I chat with Dr. Jen Heemstra, chair and professor of chemistry at Washington University of St. Louis. Jen and I cover culture, leadership, failure, and what it means to be a mentor.
Tracie Addy on Advancing Teaching, Learning, and Change
On season 4 episode 3 of the agile academic, I sit down with Dr. Tracie Addy, Associate Dean of Teaching and Learning at Lafayette College and co-author of the book What Inclusive Teachers Do. Tracie and I chat about her purpose in advancing inclusive teaching and learning, new projects, and change agency.
Annmarie Caño on Transforming Culture in Higher Ed
On season 4 episode 2 of the agile academic, I talk with Dr. Annmarie Caño, higher ed leader, coach, and professor of psychology at Gonzaga University, about transforming culture and transformational change in higher ed.