This week on the Collective Good Podcast @TJLogan is joined by Elizabeth Johnson from @SimpScar and Brandon Busteed @brandonbusteed. Elizabeth previews the findings from our new student survey on that we just pulled down Monday. Elizabeth will break updated data on the state of enrollment in higher education, and Brandon will tell us what we should do about it.
TJ sat down with super smart people like Dr. Jonathan Zimmerman from The University of Pennsylvania and Jabir McKnight from Dream Beacon and discussed among other things "do we really need to be in the same room together?"
TJ shakes things up this week as guest Kelsey Finn (CEO of NACAS) asks him and Clayton Mitchell (Senior Vice President of Real Estate and Facilities at Jefferson) the questions! The result? Great content and perspective that you don't wanna miss.
TJ welcomes Dr. Mike Cross as they discuss the future of higher ed and the role of college athletics in the new normal (if that's a thing)
In this week's episode of The PlaceMakers, TJ sits downs with Samyr from Knack and Cooper from Rah Rah to talk about SAAS replacing traditional face to face in higher ed. Great episode that you don't want to miss.
In this week's episode of The PlaceMakers, TJ sits downs with Pete Cramer, Director of Development, Wexford; Mark Long, Director of Incubation Services, University of Florida; and Jabir McKnight, Co-Founder, Director of Campus Recruitment & Business Development at DREAMBEACON to discuss The future of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Higher Ed. You're gonna love it.
In this episode of The Place Makers we discuss how this might just be the perfect time for community colleges if they have the right leadership. TJ's guests are Dr. Ed Cabellon, Higher Education Consultant and Dr. Mordecai Browlee, Vice President for Student Success at St. Philip's College.
This episode features President of University Partners and Global Head of Learn-Work Innovation at Kaplan, Brandon Busteed. If there's anyone that has a take on the Future of Higher Education that you must hear, it's Brandon's. It's our best episode yet, enjoy!
This episode featured Student Affairs rockstars along with TJ, of course. Dr. Josie Ahlquist, Thought Leader on Digital Leadership, Author, Podcast Host, and professional speaker/consultant; Dr. Julie Payne-Kirchmeier, Vice President for Student Affairs at Northwester University and NASPA Board Chair Elect discussed some big ideas for the future of higher ed. You're gonna love it.
This week TJ sat down with Kelsey Finn, CEO of NACAS and Matthew Stein, VP of MSCU to talk about The World Beyond the Classroom. There are so many great ideas discussed in our best episode yet. Enjoy
Today we talk to the most important audience of all, the students; and it gave Dr. TJ Logan lots of hope. In this informative episode of The Collective Good: The Place Makers Series, TJ speaks with Ryan Tucker, Temple University graduate; Sarah Aguilar, Illinois State University; Michael Weaver Jr., Kentucky State University; and Laryssa Banks,Temple University undergraduate to hear about what they fear, what they've learned and what good they believe is on the horizon for College life in this new world we are all adapting to.
Today TJ discusses the future of Hospitality on Campus with with his special guests Vennie Gore, David Damon and Tim Ryan
Sara Russell, Managing Director P3 Higher Education at RBC Capital and Clayton Mitchell, Sr. VP at Thomas Jefferson sat with TJ and discussed capital planning for the future of the college campus. A lot of unpopular things were said making for some great conversation. Enjoy!
In Episode 2 of the Place makers TJ Logan welcomes John Taylor, CEO ACUI, Rob Wynkoop, Associate Vice President Auxiliary Services, Purdue University and Peter van den Kieboom, AIA, Principal at Workshop Architects, Inc. to talk all about the future of the student union. Things like design, changing the culture on campus and what every union professional should be planning for.
This week The MSCU Place Makers discuss student housing and what might happen post-Covid 19. For example, Will the traditional college campus even be relevant? Things have changed. Big time. We’ve brought together the top minds in Higher Education, Branding and Marketing, Technology, and Entrepreneurship to candidly share insights to our listeners so they can find relevance tomorrow. After all, it’s not the same world it was just a short time ago. But it’s still a good one full of good people wanting to do good. Here you'll find candid relevant conversations between colleagues, friends and leaders in business will arrive for you to enjoy. What makes it refreshing is even though these are smart people, they don’t have all the answers and they will challenge each other, discover ideas and strategies for continued success.