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Welcome to The Collegiate Empowerment Show for Higher Education Professionals, hosted by Tony D'Angelo. If you're a future focused Higher Education Professional, University Executive, or Entrepreneurial Educator committed to the long haul of Higher Education & Continuing Learning- this show is for you! It's designed to enhance your personal & professional Clarity, Confidence, Capabilities, and Commitment as a Higher Education Professional. Through concepts, strategies, & tools as well as insights, interviews, and new ideas from industry thought leaders, you will learn how to embrace The 7 R's of 21st Century Higher Education: Recruitment, Retention, Revenue Generation, Research, Risk Mitigation, ROI and Reinvention.

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May 31, 2017

In this episode your host, Tony D'Angelo, interviews Dr. Amy Golden, Assistant Dean of Students at Arizona State University. 

Dr. Golden has worked in Student Affairs at three of the largest state institutions across the country over the last twenty plus years: The University of Texas at Austin and The Ohio State University before returning to her alma-mater, Arizona State University in 2006.  Amy has extensive experience in student development, advocating for students and translating theory into practice in Academic Affairs as an Adjunct Faculty in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College as well as a Student Affairs Practioner in: University Housing, Residential Life, Off-Campus Student Services, Student Activities, Student Conduct, International Student Engagement, as well as Cultural/Diversity/Equity/Inclusion Programming and Awareness initiatives.

As the Assistant Dean of Students at ASU, Dr. Golden currently provides leadership for ASU’s eight TRIO programs.  In addition, Amy is qualified in mediation, communication, accountability training, diversity and equity programming and training, program assessment, evaluation and establishing learning outcomes.  Amy’s research interests centers around First-Generation college students (FGCS), Latina persistence, the Sophomore Year experience, mentoring and student engagement.