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
June 14, 2020 135 min

In episode 13 of Adventures in Advising Colum Cronin and Matt Markin speak with two stalwarts of the advising community. They discuss best practice approaches to advising and student success, leadership styles, and practical steps to furthering your career in Higher Ed.

You’ll hear interviews with (in order of appearance):

Duan Jackson - Interim Director Student Advising Initiatives at California State University, Office of the Chancellor

Casey Self - Senior Director Academic Advising at the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Arizona State University

You'll also hear contributions from Cheri Souza, Rhonda Baker, Ryan Scheckel, Karen Archambault, Craig McGill, Mevash Ali, Matt Eng, Gavin Faber, Erin Justyna, Leah Panganiban, Ben Hopper, Ivette Cruz Vallellanes, Charlie Nutt, and many more!

We 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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The Twitter, Instagram and Facebook handle for the podcast is @AdvisingPodcast

Colum is also on Twitter: @ColumFromCork

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