Adventures in Advising

Adventures in Advising

Passionate about working with students and making a difference in their lives? Join Colum Cronin and Matt Markin as they bring together the global academic advising community to share knowledge, best practices, and their own advising stories.... Show More
January 19, 2020 47 min

Hello, and welcome to the second episode of Adventures in Advising, a podcast hosted by Colum Cronin and Matt Markin.

In this episode Colum and Matt remind listeners about deadlines! Most specifically proposal deadlines. The deadline for proposals for NACADA's International Conference, which this year takes place in Greece, is Monday, 20th January. And the deadline for NACADA's Annual Conference, which takes place in Puerto Rico, is Thursday, 20th February.

In this episode you’ll hear interviews with (in order of appearance): 

  • Karen Archambault - Vice President, Enrollment Management and Student Success at Rowan College at Burlington County
  • Cheri Souza - Counselor, Health Sciences at Kapiʻolani Community College
  • Craig M. McGill - Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of South Dakota, School of Education
  • Ben Hopper - Assistant Director: Regional Division liaison and Region Conferences at NACADA. Ben is interviewed by Leah Panganiban, Academic Services Program Manager at the University of Washington.
  • We’d love to hear from listeners. What did you enjoy? Are there improvements we could make? Are there specific topics you’d like us to cover, or people you’d like us to interview?

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