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Changing Higher Ed Podcast 167: Drive Enrollment Growth with First-Gen Pathways to Success

Drive Enrollment Growth with First-Gen Pathways to Success:

Changing Higher Education Podcast 167 with Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Guest Dr. Marielena DeSanctis

As higher ed faces enrollment challenges, fostering diverse pathways for first-gen students becomes crucial. Dr. Drumm McNaughton’s podcast features Dr. Marielena DeSanctis, President of Community College of Denver, discussing innovative solutions based on her unique K-12 to community college leadership insights. She emphasizes essential K-12 partnerships for first-gen support and advocates for a family-oriented approach. Addressing orientation, graduation, and credit transfer, Dr. DeSanctis sheds light on vital issues in higher education equity.

Changing Higher Ed Podcast 166 ELEVATE program: Achievement Strategies from Illinois Tech

ELEVATE program: Achievement Strategies from Illinois Tech:

Changing Higher Ed Podcast 166 with Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Guest Dr. Raj Echambadi

Discover how Illinois Institute of Technology has achieved remarkable success by implementing student-centered strategies, including experiential learning and tailored pathways for higher education. Learn how their innovative approach fosters inclusion, affordability, and empowers learners, making them a notable leader in higher education.

Changing Higher Ed Podcast 164: The Impact of Crushing Student Debt on American Society: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions

The Impact of Crushing Student Debt on American Society: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions:

Changing Higher Education Podcast 164 with Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Guest David Linton

Crushing student debt is negatively impacting American society. Rising tuition and higher student debt is saddling students and graduates with more stress. Undeterred by reports showing that people with student debt can negatively affect society, the Supreme Court recently ruled that $1.7 trillion in student debt cannot be forgiven despite what the HEA clearly states in the statutes.

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