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
April 5, 2020 135 min

In episode eight of Adventures in Advising, Colum Cronin and Matt Markin consider how advisors facilitate learning. 

Many institutions have been forced to move their teaching and assessments online in the past few weeks; this, in turn, has impacted upon students, faculty and advisors. You'll hear from all three groups, as we discuss the impact of this mid-semester shift.  Additionally two Advising Directors discuss the significant contributions advisors make to teaching and learning. 

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

David Raymond Smith - Associate Dean for Advising and Executive Director, Division of Undergraduate Studies at Pennsylvania State University

Conor Buggy - Assistant Professor in Occupation and Environmental Studies at University College Dublin

Vish Gain - Postgraduate Student at Dublin City University

Aisling O'Grady - Head of Student Advisory Service at University College Dublin

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?

You can find Colum and Matt on Twitter: @ColumFromCork and @MarkinMatt

And on Linkedin:

Colum - https://www.linkedin.com/in/colum-cronin/

Matt - https://www.linkedin.com/in/matt-markin/

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

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