In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, interviews Lisa Saverese Burkitt, the Dean of Students at Anna Maria College (MA). Learn how this inspiring Higher Ed Pro rose to the top of her alma mater as she went from undergrad to Dean of Students.
After a nice break your host, Tony D'Angelo, helps you regain your focus in time for the Harvest Season of Fall. It's time to take stock of what worked and what did not work this year.
If you're a Professional in American Higher Education then you know what it takes to get through the next four weeks. If you're looking for some additional support to help you make it through this time, then check out this episode in which your host, Tony D'Angelo, will share THE ONE THING you can do as well as The Eight Mantras to help you make it all happen.
To learn more about this empowering technology for your campus community go to: LiveSafeMobile.com. The LiveSafe app is available for free via the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. Be certain to download it today and share it with your campus community.
In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, shares a powerful Collegiate Empowerment Tool called The Wisdom Cultivator to help you always make your learning bigger than your experience.
In the interview your host, Tony D'Angelo, interviews Colin Cox founder of Will & Company. Los Angeles based Will & Company has twenty years of experience creating and presenting diverse productions for college audiences. The ensemble’s work has been presented at more than five hundred colleges, and at more than 30 national conferences, including; NCORE, NACA, APAP, WAA, NODA, the National Conference of Social Justice, the International Conference of Fulbright Scholars, the National Conference of Suicide Prevention, and many others.
Also available in the Fifty Years On series are :
for Orientation, Welcome Week, FYE and Diversity Events – In It Together
for Black History Month – Soul of a Nation
for Latino Heritage – Latinos Shaping a Nation
for LGBT – Nothing Queer About It
for Native American Heritage – Wounded Body & Soul
for Women’s History – A Way To Go
and for Asian American Heritage – So Many Fronts
For information, pricing, and availability please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Colin at 818-437-8223.
In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, interviews a Higher Ed Pro legend- Dr. Tom Matthews. Dr. Matthews is the Associate Dean of Leadership and Service at SUNY Geneseo. He also serves as the Director of the nationally acclaimed GOLD Program – an initiative that received the “Program of Excellence and Distinction” by the National Association for Campus Activities and the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. This certificate program has attracted upwards of 7000 participants in a single year.
Dr. Matthews recently released his first book, “Building Leaders One Hour at a Time: A Guidebook for Leadership Development” which outlines the entire GOLD curriculum. An authority on leadership curriculum, Dr. Matthews has chaired numerous committees, presented papers and given hundreds of program sessions throughout his career. He served as board chair of the National Association for Campus Activities and has been an active member in a variety of organizations including the Association of College Unions-International, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, the New York State United Teachers, American Federation of Teachers, NASPA, and the American Association of University Professors. He also served as the chief negotiator for two collective bargaining agreements for SUNY academic and professional faculty with United University Professions and the State of New York.
Dr. Matthews co-chaired the NCLP National Leadership Symposium for three years and was the founder of the New York Leadership Educator’s Consortium. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service. Dr. Matthews earned his doctorate in Student Personnel & Higher Education from the University of South Carolina.
In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, interviews Goldie Blumenstyk, one of the nation’s most respected higher-education journalists and author of the bestselling book, American Higher Education in Crisis? What Everyone Needs to Know, (Oxford University Press)
As a reporter at The Chronicle of Higher Education since 1988, Goldie has covered a wide range of topics, including distance education, the Internet boom, bust, and boom, state politics, and fund raising. She is nationally known for her expertise on for-profit higher education, college finances, and the commercialization of academic research. She has reported for The Chronicle from China, Israel, Peru and several countries in Europe, and her stories have received numerous awards
Goldie has been a frequent guest on public radio and public-affairs shows and at events, and her work has appeared in The New York Times and USA Today. She’s also a co-founder of the Chronicle’s new reporting project, “Re:Learning | Mapping the New Education Landscape.”
To learn more about Goldie and her work check out:
In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, helps you to regain your clarity and focus as the Summer Season begins. The summer is time to tend to what has taken root. This episode will help you grow over Summer so you can reap the harvest of the Fall.
In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, interviews Dr. Anthony Altieri the Associate Dean of Students at Lynn University in Boca Raton.
Born and raised in Rochester, New York, he moved to South Florida in 2006. Altieri earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology from St. John Fisher College (Rochester, NY), a Master of Science in college student personnel administration from Canisius College (Buffalo, NY), and a Master of Business Administration from Lynn University (Boca Raton, FL). In 2014, he completed his doctorate of Education in Higher Education Administration from the University of Florida (Gainesville, FL). In his administrative role, Altieri provides oversight to many programs and services that focus on individual development and student success. He has been instrumental in developing a competency based approach to delivering many of the services and opportunities offered under his purview. Altieri is a passionate educational practitioner who strives to enhance learning opportunities for students beyond the classroom setting.
While most Higher Education Professionals struggle to survive in the dynamic new world of American Higher Education in the 21st century, there is a bold and ever growing number of HE pros who are not only surviving, but actually thriving. In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, helps you to uncover the difference that is making a difference for these HE Pros: The Development Of An Entrepreneurial Mindset.
Call it what you will- Guts, Resilience, Initiative, Tenacity; put them all together and you've got GRIT! And that's the focus of today's show. Join your host, Tony D'Angelo, as he interviews Student Resiliency Expert, Dr. Rebecca Kitchell from The University of New Haven.
Are you looking to silence the noise of the Crazy Busy World of Higher Education? Then check out this episode in which your host, Tony D'Angelo, imparts a series of strategic planning frameworks for you. Including:
The 60 Year Career Plan
The 20 Year Transformation
The 10 Year Revolution
The 4 Year Quantum Leap
The 90 Day Seasonal Cycle
The Monthly Focus
The Weekly Game Plan
The Daily Intention
The Present Moment of The Now
In this episode join your host, Tony D'Angelo, as he interviews the founder and creator of the #1 New Student Orientation Program of all time, Mr. Matt Weinstein.
Matt Weinstein is the nation’s foremost authority on the use of fun and humor in team building. Matt is the founder and “Emperor” of Playfair, Inc., an international consulting firm based in Northern California. He was elected to the Professional Speaker’s Hall of Fame by the National Speaker’s Association, and was honored by Successful Meetings Magazine as one of the “21 Top Speakers for the 21st Century.” Matt Weinstein’s television special “Fun Works!: The Power of Humor in the Workplace” was broadcast nationally on PBS. Matt is the author of many popular books including Managing To Have Fun, Playfair: Everyone’s Guide to Noncompetitive Play, and Dogs Don't Bite When A Growl Will Do.
PLAYFAIR, winner of the NACA Novelty Entertainer Of The Year Award is the #1 freshman orientation program on college campuses today. PLAYFAIR reaches out to audiences, celebrating the diversity of each and everyone of us in an atmosphere of non-competitive play allowing new students to meet one another in a very positive and supportive environment. It has been proven that laughter and play help the body stay healthy. Playfair has taken their college show and brought it into corporate America. Playfair has been featured in People magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and featured on a PBS special. PLAYFAIR is a great program to have outside, it works equally as well in a large indoor space. Give your incoming freshman class a gift they will always remember.
To learn more about Matt & Playfair check out: www.PlayFair.com
Welcome to a whole new quarter- Spring 2016! In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, helps you to take advantage of this new season. Spring is about sowing and beginnings. Where there is nothing but a waiting field, the farmer sows seeds in the expectation that they will take root and produce a harvest. Here's to making great things happen for you this Spring!
Are you looking to raise your standards of what it means to be a Higher Education Professional? Are you looking to increase your professional skill set? Are you looking for a new level of professional certification and credentialing? Then be certain to check out this episode as your host, Tony D'Angelo, shares an overview of The Collegiate Empowerment Certification Program.
Welcome to the Collegiate Empowerment Coaching Certification! Here's an easy way for you to increase your professional certification in an area that will impact not only your professional career, but your personal life and relationships as well. Even better than that is the fact that you are empowered and licensed to teach and share the concepts and tools of this coaching program with your colleagues and the students you interact with every day.
The word empower means “to give your power away so that others have the ability to make decisions and take action." Your power can be your time, energy, money, caring, and wisdom. We not only want to empower you to make a quantum leap in your life, but we want you to be empowered to guide others in doing the same! If you are dedicated to providing your campus with high quality tools and processes that will take them to the next level, then the Collegiate Empowerment Coaching Program is the most cost-effective investment to help you do that at just $995 for the certification (after two years of experiencing the coaching for yourself).
If you're a future focused Higher Education Professional, a University Executive, an entrepreneurial-minded educator, or if you’re just plain committed to the long haul of Higher Education, then this experience is right for you. Join a growing team of Certified Collegiate Empowerment Coaches as you increase your professional Clarity, Confidence, Capability and Commitment, so you can Help College Students Get What They Want and Need for success in the 21st Century.
This coaching certification is geared towards professionals who desire a deeper understanding of the what we call Collegiate Empowerment—not our organization’s name, but the movement of empowering college students and professionals. Collegiate Empowerment, it’s what brought you to us in the first place.
To learn more or to apply today please visit: http://www.collegiate-empowerment.org/certification/
In light of this week's passing of Andy Grove, a top Silicon Valley business leader and champion of corporate diversity, your host, Tony D'Angelo shares an X-Factor Insight inspired by Andy Grove and his work. The principle is Unity Comes from Diversity and Growth Comes From Conflict.
Like most Higher Education Professionals, you probably have Student Loan Debt. Yet one of the most overlooked and underutilized programs available to Higher Education Professionals is the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program, commonly referred to as the PSLF. In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, shares 50 common Q&As about the program and how you as a Higher Education Professional can take advantage of this program. Remember one of the most powerful things you can do as an educator is to eliminate your liabilities before increasing your assets. For many educators, student load debt will be one of the largest liabilities you will ever incur so it makes sense to crush that student loan debt as soon as possible. The PSLF program helps to make that easier for you. To learn more about PSLF and to download a copy of the PSLF Employment Certification Form go to: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/sites/default/files/public-service-employment-certification-form.pdf
As we've discussed in previous episodes, by the year 2021 over 42% of all college students will be over age 25. With this in mind what are you as a 21st Century Higher Education doing to prepare for this new reality? In order to help you and your campus prepare check out this interview with Don Koch, someone who exemplifies The Returning Adult Student of today and the next 20 years.
Everyday the world of technology is radically transforming the way we work and live. For those of you in Higher Ed who book bands & musicians for your college campus this show is for you! In this show your host, Tony D'Angelo, interviews the founder and grand poobah of GigTown.com, Andy Altman. Gigtown is a free app and online platform that empowers you and your students to discover local musicians, where they're playing, and even book them for gigs on your campus. After the show be certain to hit your favorite app store and download the GigTown App and be certain to check out: www.GigTown.com
In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, tackles a topic that he is intensely passionate about: Financial Education, especially Financial Education for HE Pros, especially Financial Education those HE Pros who have debt... which sadly these days is the vast majority of HE Professionals in American Higher Education today. In this episode Tony covers the Four Stages Of Wealth:
Financial Dependency: Economic Infancy
Financial Growth: Economic Childhood
Financial Independence: Economic Adulthood
Financial Abundance: Economic Maturity
The key insight from today's show: Pay off your debt before you invest in your retirement. In other words, before you attempt to increase your assets, first focus on decreasing your liabilities. Over time, you will be able to transform your debt into wealth.
In episode 108 your host, Tony D'Angelo, shared the biggest trend in American Higher Education that NO ONE is talking about... the coming tsunami of returning adult students (RAs) to the shores of American Higher Education. By the year 2021 over 42% of all students enrolled will be over age 25? With this new reality in mind, what is your campus doing to prepare for this new reality? More so as a Higher Education Professional what are YOU doing to prepare for this new reality?
In this episode you will learn first hand from a 21st century Higher Ed Pro who is on the forefront of this trend and who is actually riding this wave. Mary Ellen Hickes is the Director of Admissions at the School of Adult and Graduate Education at Cedar Crest College. In this interview Mary Ellen will give you and your campus community insights and strategies on not only how to survive this new reality, but to thrive with this new reality. If you're here for the long haul, then you will not want to miss this episode!
In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, interviews one of the nation's leading speakers on alcohol, sex and sexual assault, Elaine Pasqua. Since 1997 Elaine Pasqua has been presenting programs about the negative effects of high-risk behaviors to more than half a million students at over 500 colleges and universities across the United States. Her passion is to prevent students from altering their life goals as she has seen many lives that were changed by one inconsequential decision.
Elaine is a five time nominee for Best Speaker of the Year for the Campus Activities Readers Choice Awards. She provides player development training for numerous NFL teams including the New York Giants, Baltimore Ravens, and the Carolina Panthers, the NFL, NBA, and the Philadelphia Phillies. She is the columnist for Student Activities Magazine “Real Life on Campus,” and co-wrote, directed, and produced the video “Be Aware of the Risks of Date Rape Drugs” which has been viewed over 800,000 times on YouTube. Elaine recently released her book, #Mom I Got This: Building Your Legacy in College and Beyond.
To learn more about Elaine and her work, please visit: www.ElainePasqua.com or contact Elaine at:
In this interview your host, Tony D'Angelo, interviews Marc Allen the author & editor of As You Think, an updated and revised edition of the classic personal empowerment book As A Man Thinketh. In this episode Tony & Marc discuss the book and how it's classic wisdom can be used and embraced by today's college students & Higher Education Professionals.
In 1904, a relatively unknown Englishman named James Allen wrote a little book called As a Man Thinketh. The book has become one of the world’s greatest self-help books — “self-empowerment” is a better term — for it not only reveals to us that the keys to success are within our own minds, it shows us how to use these keys to unlock the greatest fulfillment we can imagine.
In this revised edition, author and publisher Marc Allen updates this classic, changing language that has become dated or obsolete, and honing the clarity of the message. He makes As You Think gender inclusive, showing how these principles are truly universal and apply to everyone, regardless of sex, age, race, beliefs, social class, or education.
As You Think is a simple yet powerful reminder that “all we achieve and all that we fail to achieve is the direct result of our own thoughts.” We are the masters of our destinies.
(Producer Note: This IS episode 114 and not episode 112 as Tony mistakenly states at the beginning of the show. Don't worry we made him eat ramen noodles for an entire week.)