It’s time for a new episode of the YesCollege Podcast! We’re back to exploring higher education programs this week, and this time we’re talking about a really unique field – Folklore. Scott was joined by Dr. Lynne S. McNeill, who is an Assistant Professor at Utah State University, as well as an author, having notably published a book entitled Folklore Rules, which is a brief introduction to the foundational concepts in folklore studies for beginning students.
She’s also the co-founder of and faculty advisor for the USU Folklore Society, so needless to say she had much to share on the subject of getting an education in Folklore! Listen in to hear her thoughts on the educational and career opportunities in the field, and so much more.
We’re back with yet another episode of the YesCollege Podcast! On this show, we’re going to be talking about a crucial topic… the college application. Scott was joined by Ashley McNaughton, founder of ACM College Consulting, LLC who had so much great information to share on the subject.
In addition to her BSBA from Bucknell University, Ashley has a Certificate in College Counseling from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Ashley is a member of the Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA) and the Southern Association for College Admission Counseling (SACAC). Filling out college applications can seem daunting, but with guidance from experts like Ashley on what to focus on (and what pitfalls to avoid), you’ll be equipped to handle the whole process. Listen in!
We’ve got another great episode of the YesCollege podcast for you! This week, our topic of discussion is Undergraduate Real Estate Programs. Joining Scott to explore this subject is Dr. Tom Hamilton, who is the Gerald Fogelson Distinguished Chair in Real Estate, and Academic Chair of the Chicago School of Real Estate at Roosevelt University.
Many people think that a Real Estate education is all about learning how to become an agent, but that’s not true! Listen in as Tom breaks down everything you need to know about how real estate degree programs function (specifically at the undergraduate level)… and why it’s an incredibly rewarding field to get into.
We’re back with another episode of the YesCollege podcast! This week, we shifted our focus to a very important topic… college planning. Scott was joined by Mira Simon who runs a coaching service called Coach Mira – Pathway to College. Mira had so much wisdom to share from her time helping many students of all different backgrounds reach their goals for navigating the college selection, application, and enrollment process.
Mira Simon is a professionally trained coach from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), and specializes in helping guide students who are feeling frustrated or overwhelmed with all that goes into finding a college and truly beginning the higher education path. Whether you’re a student, a parent, or just interested in higher education… Listen in to get the inside scoop on how to have success with college planning.
It’s time for another episode of the YesCollege podcast! This week, we continued our discussion of Cybersecurity (but focusing on a Master of Science in Cybersecurity) with two excellent guests. Dr. Steven Weber and our very first student guest, Colbert Zhu, were kind enough to share their knowledge of the field and what studying it is like. Steve is a Professor and Interim Department Head – Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering as well as the Director of the – Isaac L. Auerbach Cybersecurity Institute at Drexel University. Meanwhile Colbert is pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and is the Founding President of the Drexel CyberDragons, a competitive cybersecurity team.
The unique prospective of a student, as well as a professor with a tremendous amount of experience and knowledge made this one of our most interesting episodes yet!
It’s time for another episode of the YesCollege podcast! This week, Scott explores MBA in Cybersecurity programs with the help of Dr. James Curtis, Assistant Professor in the Department of Math & Computer Science at the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology at Webster University.
Cybersecurity is a field whose importance continues to grow with our digital world, and the new threats to digital security that up each and every day. This is especially notable in business, where organizations have to protect their property, information, and even the information of customers. With all that in mind, listen in to hear how MBA in Cybersecurity programs work and what the field has to offer graduates.
We’re back again with another episode of the YesCollege podcast! This week, Scott was joined by Andra Ghent, the Academic Director of the James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate and an Associate Professor in Real Estate & Urban Land Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Andra had a ton of fantastic information to share about MBA in Real Estate programs. Given the quality program Wisconsin offers, we couldn’t think of a better guest!
Some people might associate the field of real estate only with agents and private home sales and purchases. In reality, the field is much deeper, especially when you study it at a graduate level. Through research and instruction, students get a higher level view of real estate that prepares them to work in a variety of exciting settings upon graduation. Listen in to gain new insight into the world of graduate level real estate courses, degrees and careers!
We’ve got another great episode of the YesCollege Podcast for you, and this time we’re talking about statistics! Joining Scott on the show is Zach Almquist, assistant professor of Sociology and Statistics at the University of Minnesota. You’ll find statistics used in many different fields, which makes it a desirable educational and professional path to pursue. Zack shared his insight on what statistics is, what students should know about succeeding in the field, and so much more.
Welcome to another episode of the YesCollege podcast! This week, we’re covering a crucial topic… college success for students with low-income backgrounds. Joining Scott to explore this topic is April Bell, the Director of Constituent Relations for the National Council for Community and Education Partnerships (NCCEP).
NCCEP is a national non-profit, non-partisan organization working to increase access to higher education for economically disadvantaged students. So, it goes without saying that April has some really unique insight on the subject. Whether you’re a student from a low-income background, or just someone looking to learn more about how to help low-income students find success in higher ed… this episode has many great tidbits!
We’re back with another edition of the YesCollege podcast, and this week we’re covering Sociology programs! Scott was able to chat with Dr. Patricia Maloney, assistant professor in the Texas Tech department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work or SASW.
Dr. Maloney offered up fantastic insight on the field of sociology, including the educational and professional paths sociology students often follow. Plus she had excellent tips and advice for anyone considering getting a degree in the field!