33 episodes

A bi-weekly opportunity for conversation to empower and ponder, focused on all things fraternity/sorority life and higher education.

The Fraternity/Sorority Life Podcast Matt Deeg

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    • 4.4, 8 Ratings

A bi-weekly opportunity for conversation to empower and ponder, focused on all things fraternity/sorority life and higher education.

    Episode 214 - Erin Fischer - Program and Curriculum Design

    Episode 214 - Erin Fischer - Program and Curriculum Design

    In this season finale of the FSL Podcast, trainer and curriculum designer extraordinaire Erin Fischer joins the show to provide straightforward ideas on curriculum design and implementation.
    Erin Fischer is the owner and CEO of The Leadership and Training Studio, an Indy-based training, development, and curriculum designing organization.  A lover of leadership, learning, and empowering others, her passion truly shines through in the work she does for all her organizational partners.
    Find out more about Erin at: https://www.theleadershipandtrainingstudio.com/about-erin
    You can register for the 2017 Program Design School here: https://www.theleadershipandtrainingstudio.com/program-design-school

    • 54 min
    Episode 213c - Advisors Weigh In - NPHC & MGC

    Episode 213c - Advisors Weigh In - NPHC & MGC

    In this episode, part of a three-part series highlighting advisor thoughts on the fraternity experience, I interview Robert Braswell, advisor to the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority Inc. chapters at Illinois State University.

    • 42 min
    Episode 213b - Advisors Weigh In - Panhellenic

    Episode 213b - Advisors Weigh In - Panhellenic

    In this episode, part of a three-part series highlighting advisor thoughts on the fraternity experience, I interview Lindsey Hankinson, advisor to the Sigma Kappa chapter at Texas Christian University.

    • 34 min
    Episode 213a - Advisors Weigh In - IFC

    Episode 213a - Advisors Weigh In - IFC

    In this episode, part of a three-part series highlighting advisor thoughts on the fraternity experience, I interview Dick Rasmussen, advisor to the Psi Upsilon chapter at the University of Rochester.

    • 35 min
    Episode 212 - Brittany Barnes & Erin McHale - Toxic Belongingness

    Episode 212 - Brittany Barnes & Erin McHale - Toxic Belongingness

    In this episode, Brittany Barnes and Erin McHale join for a conversation about toxic belongingness, what it is, how it affects individuals and organizations, and what we might do about it.
    Erin McHale serves as Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life Programs at the University of Iowa.  She advises multiple councils, with focuses on recruitment, risk management, and PR, and volunteers for her sorority, Gamma Phi Beta.  
    Brittany Barnes serves as the Assistant Director for Fraternities, Sororities, and Cooperative Life at Purdue University.  She advises the Panhellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Council, as well as handling assessment duties.

    • 53 min
    Episode 211 - Nerd City 2.0

    Episode 211 - Nerd City 2.0

    In this Pi Day episode, the members of Nerd City get together to explore questions around engagement, advice to professionals and members, and the nature of calling in FSL.
    The Nerd City members are:
    Donald Abels - Coordinator, Fraternity/Sorority Life, University of Mississippi
    James Crawford - Assistant Director, Greek Life, Vanderbilt University
    Logan Davis - Assistant Director of Education and Development for Prevention Programs, Delta Gamma

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

FSL Volunteer ,

Great New Perspective

I am a school teacher by profession and a volunteer for my fraternity since shortly after graduation. This podcast has given me great insight to the struggles FSL professionals deal with, but also challenges me to develop myself in my own profession. Thank you for putting this out every week!

ThunderTitan117 ,

Insight into the Daily Nuances

I'm appreciative that Matt is taking on some of the topics that FSAs continue to discuss and deal with, while bringing a natural conversation feel to the show. Hoping to see this podcast continue to grow, thrive and do great things in our field!

Brooker813 ,

New, growing, worth your time

I'm a SA grad student and aspiring Fraternity/Sorority advisor who avidly listens to podcasts. I felt that this episode had a few organizational issues and needed to be edited down for time. *But, I felt there were a lot of valuable, thoughtful moments, and those got me to hit that subscribe button. Excited to hear more as the show develops and grows!

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