Higher Ed ReWired

Higher Ed ReWired

The Higher Ed Rewired podcast features inspirational stories from higher education leaders who are transforming the higher education landscape. They bring listeners along on their journey of engaging students with innovative practices, overcoming institutional challenges and creating groundbreaking research. Each episode will inspire and expand the listener's understanding of the foundations of student success in higher education.... Show More

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January 16, 2020 24 min

As a thought-provoking conclusion to season one, Higher Ed Rewired will highlight a conversation on the future of higher education between three national higher education innovators and experts. Doug Lederman, Michelle Weise, and Alexandra Bernadotte tackle big questions like: How is higher education keeping up with our changing society? How can we change the way we support students to and through college? What is the relationship ...

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CSU East Bay students engage in hands-on learning by building off-grid solar power and lighting systems designed to alleviate energy poverty—a lack of access to modern energy services. These programs introduce students to careers in STEM, engage students to work alongside K-12 in peer-led service-learning projects and address energy needs across the globe.

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Using virtual reality (VR), CSU Channel Island nursing students learn beyond the boundaries of the traditional classroom. Dr. Jaime Hannans, California State University Channel Islands, shares how students are able to rehearse and get feedback on their helping skills through VR simulations, and develop empathy through connecting with their virtual patients.  San Diego State University’s Virtual Immersive Teaching and Learning (VITa...

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Campuses are using artificial intelligence technology to respond and advise, on-demand, to students, faculty and staff via text or auditory messaging.  Meet Cal State Fullerton’s iTuffy and Cal State Northridge’s CSUny, chatbots that extend the accessibility of student support services 24/7 and engage students in a manner most conducive to them. 

 

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Undergraduate students at Cal State Dominguez Hills participate in meaningful experiences ranging from observational studies and laboratory experiments to biomedical and psychophysiological research. Students work closely with faculty mentors in the neuroscience lab partnering on scholarly writing and research. The program has been successful in increasing the aspirations of students towards careers in research and enrolling in com...

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August 12, 2019 21 min

Dr. Amarasinghe has led teams of math faculty to rethink instructional approaches to introductory mathematics courses. His strategies and interventions transform mathematics instruction and inspire students towards careers in STEM and teaching. 

Department of Mathematics STEM Summer Academy at Fresno State: 

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Dr.  Rashida Crutchfield’s experience working at a shelter for youth experiencing homelessness informed her research agenda on housing and food insecurity in higher education. She offers insight on how the California State University has become a national leader with the Basic Needs Initiative and the importance of supporting students facing food and housing insecurity.

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August 12, 2019 29 min

Dr. Jefferies teaches critical approaches to education by taking groups of students on global service-learning experiences to Latin American countries. First-generation, Latinx students apply course concepts to their interactions with community-based organizations on study-abroad trips. Through these experiences, they gain greater self-awareness, increase their sense of belonging to the campus and gain insight into the needs of div...

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August 12, 2019 9 min

Student success initiatives are increasing nationally and pushing the boundaries of innovation in higher education.  Assistant Vice Chancellor and Senior Strategist, Dr. James T. Minor leads Graduation Initiative 2025, a systemwide effort to increase degree completion and remove equity gaps for the more than 484,000 students across the 23 campuses of the California State University.  

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