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43 minutes | May 19, 2020
Phoenix Thriving Ep 8
On this episode, UWGB's 7th chancellor, Michael Alexander, stops by to talk leadership, the university's response to COVID-19, and the direction the institution is headed.
51 minutes | May 11, 2020
Phoenix Thriving Ep 7
On this special episode of Phoenix Thriving, Grand View University professor and CETL director Kevin Gannon stops by to share his experiences as a student, his teaching philosophy, and his perspective on the keys to unlocking the "radical hope" of education outlined in his new book.
41 minutes | May 3, 2020
Phoenix Thriving Ep 6
On this episode, UWGB alumnus Diana Delbecchi takes listeners on her journey from UWGB student to human rights advocate to Green Bay Area Public Schools community school coordinator.
38 minutes | Apr 28, 2020
Phoenix Thriving Ep 5
On this episode, current SGA vice president and president-elect Guillermo Gomez stops by to chat about the impact COVID-19 had on his semester, how he got started at UWGB, and the ways that students can get involved and make UWGB their university.
38 minutes | Apr 17, 2020
Phoenix Thriving Ep 4
On Episode 4 Kate Farley stops by to share her UWGB journey, which she started as a transfer student, led her to English and Digital Humanities, and continues today in her work in the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning.
40 minutes | Apr 14, 2020
On this episode I'm joined by Darrel Renier, UWGB Director of Student Success and Engagement, who shares his own UWGB journey and the philosophy he brings to his work as an advisor.
21 minutes | Apr 6, 2020
On Episode 2, Amanda Rosado, a UWGB student who began her college journey in the Gateways to Phoenix Success [GPS] program and will return to the program as a peer mentor in 2020-2021, stops by to chat about her experiences in the program and how it prepared her to thrive at UWGB.
29 minutes | Mar 30, 2020
On our first episode, Communication and Information Sciences Professor Bryan Carr stops by to talk about dealing with the disruption caused by COVID-19, experimenting with remote teaching strategies, and the importance of communication in a virtual learning environment.
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