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77 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
Best Of The Buzz!
In this episode we have a special treat for our listeners. Our hosts, Jack Klett, Jamie Gleason and Amanda Scott have moved on from Capture recently but we wanted to give them a proper send-off from our Buzz audience. So we have gathered a TOP FIVE list of our best clips from The Buzz podcast. Please sit back enjoy and give a happy cheers to our former hosts and all the success we're sure they will find in their future endeavors. Clip 01: Episode 10 – Creativity and Higher Education Clip 02: Episode 14 – The Slow Crawl – Evolving the Higher Ed Service Model Clip 03: Episode 08 – Higher Ed & Sustainability Clip 04: Special Episode – Maximize Virtual Engagement During COVID-19 Clip 05: Episode 11 – Future. Forward. Together.
58 minutes | Jan 25, 2021
Higher Ed, Big Data, and the New Administration
Joe Biden is President of the United States, and as with any new administration, there are changes coming for higher education. How will promises made on the campaign trail manifest themselves as legislation? How does oversight and regulation regarding data and privacy impact higher ed marketing, recruitment, and enrollment. Last episode (Part 2 of this three-part series), we discussed how Biden administration policy initiatives would impact international enrollment. This episode, we will discuss Joe Biden’s tech priorities. Specifically, how will a Biden Administration deal with AI (Artificial Intelligence) and data regulation? How will this effect higher ed’s adoption of ed tech and other data tools? Plus, The Buzz Crew is back for our quick-takes, and a peak behind the curtain – Capture style. Key Articles for discussion: https://www.npr.org/2020/11/09/931039648/how-will-tech-policy-change-in-the-biden-white-house-heres-what-you-need-to-know https://edtechmagazine.com/higher/article/2021/01/colleges-adopt-ai-theyll-need-ethical-frameworks https://hbr.org/2020/12/what-will-tech-regulation-look-like-in-the-biden-era https://www.wsj.com/articles/joe-bidens-5-tech-priorities-11608354009
54 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
International Enrollment and the New Administration
Joe Biden is the President-Elect, and as with any new administration, there are changes coming for higher education. How will promises made on the campaign trail manifest themselves as legislation? What does the current balance of power in Washington mean for college access and affordability? How does a distinctly different approach to international relations impact international enrollment trends? How does oversight and regulation regarding data and privacy impact higher ed marketing, recruitment and enrollment. Last episode, we discussed college affordability and access, and how likely campaign promises are to become enacted legislation. This episode, we will discuss international student enrollment and the impact of a Biden administration on the globalization of our campuses. Plus, The Buzz Crew is back for our quick-takes, and a peak behind the curtain – Capture style.
58 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
Higher Education and the New Administration
Joe Biden is the President-Elect, and as with any new administration, there are changes coming for higher education. How will promises made on the campaign trail manifest themselves as legislation? What does the current balance of power in Washington mean for college access and affordability? How does a distinctly different approach to international relations impact international enrollment trends? How does oversight and regulation regarding data and privacy impact higher ed marketing, recruitment and enrollment. Over the next three episodes, the Buzz crew will unpack how the new administration will influence and affect students, and the institutions that serve them. Today, we look at college affordability and access, and how likely campaign promises are to become enacted legislation. Plus, The Buzz Crew is back for their quick-takes, and a peak behind the curtain – Capture style.
58 minutes | Oct 20, 2020
The Slow Crawl – Evolving the Higher Ed Service Model
We are once again at an inflection point where there is much debate about the future of American higher education. From coast to coast, large public university to small private college, no institution is immune to the implications of the pandemic. For what was already a system on the brink, the public health, social and economic fallout of 2020 has moved the speedometer on the evolution of higher education from a slow crawl to a speedy snail’s pace. What does the next iteration of higher education look like in America? The Buzz Crew is back for a round-robin tackling this issue and other happenings in the world of higher ed.
52 minutes | Aug 24, 2020
Innovation and Restoration
Colleges and universities across the country spent 2020 reacting to ever-changing conditions. The response was a period of innovation focused on fulfilling the mission of the institution, albeit online and remote. In a year when even the best laid plans were derailed, we turn forward. 2021 brings with it the promise of restoration; returning to our strategic planning; bringing with us some new tricks; and focusing efforts on even greater innovation as we plan for the “Next Normal.” I’m Jack Klett, Capture’s Director of Graduate & Online Initiatives filling in for Amanda Scott who usually has our hosting duties. As usual, I am joined by my Buzz Crew colleagues Kevin Bauman and Jamie Gleason. For this special episode of the Buzz, we are joined by accomplished professionals within enrollment management and advancement. Tim Whittum is Assistant Vice President of University College of Southern New Hampshire University; Julie Zulewski serves as Dean of Enrollment at Daemen College; and Chandler Vandenberg is Director of Development for Major Gifts at The University of Texas at Austin
48 minutes | Jul 31, 2020
The Current Challenges of Working and Managing in Higher Ed
The demands on college and university staff are significant during the pandemic. Most institutions still have faculty and staff at home in a remote working capacity. Adding to the workload is the anxiety and stress of the uncertainty about the upcoming fall term. With schools, summer camps and child care shuttered, remote workers are also dealing with family demands. In this episode, the Buzz crew discuss managing during uncertainty. They share tips to destress your teams, and to destress yourself. New student search strategies are also covered as part of your peak behind the curtain.
57 minutes | Jun 29, 2020
Future. Forward. Together.
Future. Forward. Together. is Capture’s initiative to assist institutions navigate the challenges brought to the fore by COVID-19. Unveiled at Innovate USA, Capture’s three-day virtual conference in June, Future. Forward. Together. has necessarily evolved beyond its original intent to include social justice and an end to systemic racism. The Buzz crew takes us on a journey through the key sub-themes of the initiative – React, Reconnect, Reenergize, Restore. With the fall semester right around the corner, how do institutions turn their public statements into measurable and deliverable action? How do we move Future. Forward. Together?
69 minutes | May 18, 2020
Creativity and Higher Education
More than ever, colleges and universities are leveraging creativity to continue to offer value to their students, faculty and community stakeholders. But can creativity be harnessed to deal with the unprecedented challenges higher education is facing today. The Buzz Crew is joined by Dr. Natalie Nixon, author, global speaker and consultant, whose new book, The Creativity Leap: Unleash Curiosity, Improvisation and Intuition at Work, serves as a provocation, an inspiration, and an invitation to unleash the innate creativity that lies within each of us. Dr. Nixon shares her thoughts on creativity as a necessary force of change in higher education. Additionally, the Crew will do their usual tour through higher ed’s Quick Takes, and returns “Behind the Curtain” in this episode to examine the trends of prospective student interest in higher ed.
60 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
Innovations of Necessity: A Virtual Renaissance in Higher Ed
Colleges and universities are experiencing massive disruptions in the way they create and deliver value to the members of their communities. These changes require innovation by necessity in almost every aspect of the higher ed ecosystem. The Buzz crew takes a look at some of the innovative ways institutions are adapting to the new reality of virtual connection, and whether these new strategies and tactics will remain as valued additions to the enrollment and advancement toolkit. Plus, the Crew returns with their quick takes, and a new segment, the Practitioner’s Priority. This practitioner’s priority is all about recruiting and enrolling late transfer students. Articles of Discussion: https://www.capturehighered.com/graduate-professional-studies/graduate-enrollment-teams-responding-covid-19/ Transfer Trilogy: http://capture.buzz/transfertrilogy
34 minutes | Mar 16, 2020
Maximize Virtual Engagement During COVID-19
Institutions nationwide are implementing social distancing policies, restricting campus events, shifting instruction online and taking other important measures to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. The hosts of The Buzz — Capture’s podcast on higher ed news and trends — recently recorded a special episode outlining the pandemic’s impact on spring enrollment practices and how you can incorporate existing efforts and assets into new tactics to achieve your goals in this evolving atmosphere. As an extension of your team, we hope this special edition of our podcast gives you some knowledge and suggestions on how to navigate the situation. https://www.thedp.com/article/2020/03/penn-quaker-days-canceled-coronavirus https://www.insidehighered.com/admissions/article/2020/03/09/how-coronavirus-changing-admissions/a> https://www.chronicle.com/article/Enrollment-Headaches-From/248190 https://admissions.wisc.edu/documents-china/ https://admissions.psu.edu/coronavirus/ https://www.chronicle.com/article/what-middle-/248218
56 minutes | Feb 19, 2020
Higher Ed & Sustainability
Higher education has historically been on the leading edge of scientific and social progress. As the world grapples with the challenges brought on by climate change, how is higher ed responding? What role should America’s colleges and universities play in response to the climate crisis? In this episode, the Buzz Crew is joined by a leader in sustainability, Professor Rob Fleming, author, speaker, educator, and director of the Master of Science in Sustainable Design program at Thomas Jefferson University. Plus, the Crew will go around the table with their higher ed quick takes, while also giving you a peak behind the curtain at prospective student and donor behavior. Key Articles discussed: https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdinaction/hesi https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/call-action-marketing-and-communications-higher-education/sustainability-value-what-have-you https://www.higheredjobs.com/articles/articleDisplay.cfm?ID=2057 https://www.chronicle.com/interactives/20190503-campusspaces-01-fire Special Guest Rob Fleming: BIO Link: https://www.jefferson.edu/academics/colleges-schools-institutes/architecture-and-the-built-environment/faculty/fleming.html Link to the Jefferson MS in Sustainable Design program: https://www.jefferson.edu/academics/colleges-schools-institutes/architecture-and-the-built-environment/programs/sustainable-design-ms.html Link to Rob’s Books: https://www.amazon.com/Rob-Fleming/e/B00ABN4VQU/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1
69 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
The Promise of Higher Education
It's 2020! In this episode, the Buzz Crew takes a look at new trends for a new decade. It's also time to reflect , and the Crew does just that by discussing the promise of higher education. Where is higher ed succeeding? Where is it not? How should higher ed evolve, change and grow? Plus, we'll take a peak "behind the curtain' to learn how to reveal the identity of stealth prospects. 4 College Admissions Trends for 2020 according to Forbes https://www.forbes.com/sites/avivalegatt/2020/01/06/4-college- admissions-trends-for-2020/#4ed7eac0506f Holistic Admission and the GRE https://www.insidehighered.com/content/hot-issues-graduate- and-professional-education More References https://www.chronicle.com/interactives/20191231-barriers-to- mobility?cid=at&source=ams&sourceId=4180621 https://www.chronicle.com/interactives/20191230-TaintedMoney? cid=db&source=ams&sourceId=4180621 https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/31/college-students-who-hold-a-job-end-up-with-higher-paychecks-later-on.html
57 minutes | Dec 16, 2019
Resolutions and Revelations (with Steve Huey)
With the new year upon us, resolutions are in the air. This month, the Buzz crew reflects on a few choice practices that they hope will be “left behind” with 2019 and some other critical items that need to move forward in 2020. But wait…there’s more. Hear additional predictions for what changes will happen in higher ed in the next decade and, stick through to the end, in order to hear key insights from our CEO, Steve Huey. Spoiler Alert: It’s Good Stuff!
72 minutes | Nov 18, 2019
Giblets and Tidbits for your End of Year Strategy
It’s Turkey Time! As we prepare for Thanksgiving, the Buzz crew provides some helpful best-practice tidbits that will make you as happy as the sight of your giblet gravy. From quick strategies to beef up your graduate inquiry pool to simple ways to increase transfer applications and your identified high-value donors, Capture’s subject experts are happy to welcome you to their table of bountiful goodies that will leave you feeling grateful. Plus, we scan the higher ed industry for our Buzz quick takes and take a peek behind the curtain at some Capture intel insights. Recipes can be found in the show notes at https://www.capturehighered.com/the-buzz/episode-05/. QUICK TAKES Welcome to the 'Pumpkin Spice Economy' Interim Chancellor Quits Amid Scandal Over Photos Marlboro to Become Part of Emerson Cincinnati Christian U. Will Shut Its Doors Mega-Universities Are On the Rise. They Could Reshape Higher Ed as We Know It. FEATURED LINKS: Postal Facts: A Decade of Facts and Figures The University of Texas at Austin pumpkin stencil
56 minutes | Oct 21, 2019
The 2020 Election and its Impact on College Affordability
Another day, another college affordability plan! With the 2020 race for the White House heating up, college tuition is being tackled as a major policy issue among the candidates. The proposals include a range of policy initiatives from free two-year community college to universal free tuition to cancellation of existing student debt. The Buzz hosts are here to break down the plans and discuss the implications of these policies on the current business model of higher ed. QUICK TAKES: Kansas apologizes for 'acrobatic dancers' in Snoop Dogg's performance Kent State apologizes, investigates women’s field hockey game canceled for football pre-game fireworks Ruling Out Grad Unions Graduate Students, After Gains in Union Efforts, Face a Federal Setback Would you give up Google for $17,000 a year? The Federal Reserve wants to know FEATURED LINKS: Student Loan News: Trump Wants Sweeping Student Debt Changes Biden higher education plan includes two years of free community college Elizabeth Warren on Free College and Canceling Student Debt Bernie Sanders’s free college proposal just got a whole lot bigger Tuition-free college is now a reality in nearly 20 states California joins a handful of other states that provide community college tuition-free Study Minimizes Impact of Free Community College How wiping out $1.5 trillion in student debt would boost the economy
52 minutes | Sep 16, 2019
First Impressions, Lasting Impressions: The First Week of School
First impressions are lasting impressions! As new students arrive on campus, the Buzz crew discusses just how critical these first few days and weeks are. Also, goats on campus, beer in the classroom, NCAA and T. Boone Pickens – it’s another round of higher ed quick takes. And the crew unpacks the implications of proposed changes to NACAC’s Code of Ethics and Professional Practices. Quick Takes: Goat Scaping Article: https://universitybusiness.com/goatscapers-clean-up-university-of-pittsburgh-campus/ Video Link: https://cbsloc.al/2NhMQP7 Classroom beer: https://www.al.com/news/2019/09/university-of-alabama-instructor-suspended-after-video-of-someone-drinking-beer-in-class.html T. Boone Pickens: https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2019/09/11/us/ap-us-obit-t-boone-pickens.html https://www.dallasnews.com/sports/2019/09/11/behind-t-boone-pickens-hundreds-of-millions-in-donations-was-true-passion-for-oklahoma-state-s-success/ NCAA Transfer Portal: https://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/26529645/what-transfer-portal Hot Topic - First Impressions: https://www.chronicle.com/article/Why-Do-We-Have-So-Many/246839 https://www.chronicle.com/article/A-Third-of-Your-Freshmen/243560 https://www.publicagenda.org/media/with-their-whole-life-ahead-of-them https://www.ed.gov/college-completion/promising-strategies https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2019/08/29/peer-coaches-universities-increase-low-income-student-retention NACAC CEPP Changes: https://www.insidehighered.com/admissions/article/2019/09/03/admissions-association-says-it-must-pull-measures-ethics-code-avoid https://www.nacacnet.org/membership/critical-decisions-for-nacac-members/
54 minutes | Aug 19, 2019
Club College: The Resortification of College Campuses
Resortification … lazy rivers, steak dinners and more! These resort-style amenities are becoming more and more common on college campuses. Join The Buzz crew as they explore student and donor views on the allure, costs and opportunities of these luxuries. Episode links: New Proposed Stretch IRA Rules Will Have A Big Effect On IRAs And It Could Cost Your Kids Thousands Giving to Colleges Rises by 6.3% MEMORIAL GIFT IDEAS ‘Majestic’ Douglas fir stood for 420 years. Then Oregon State University foresters cut it down Resort-Like College Campuses 10 College Amenities So Insane You'll Want to Go Back to School The College Amenities Arms Race Making a Splash on Campus Students Begin To Tap The Brakes On The Campus Amenities Arms Race The hidden cost of college: rising student fees Professor Allegedly Allowed Booze in Class The Texas Tech K-12 Pipeline
52 minutes | Jul 22, 2019
Who Runs the World? Remote Workers!
The Buzz, Capture Higher Ed’s new podcast highlighting the latest news and trends in higher education, premiers today with a lively discussion about the growing number of remote workers at university enrollment and advancement offices. Also featuring some notable (and funny) industry news, the episode concludes with a look behind the curtain at Capture Intel … as our experts discuss the recent findings of a marketing automation study by Capture Labs. Welcome to The Buzz, Capture’s Podcast for Higher Ed. Tune in today! Episode links: 10 Remote Work Trends That Will Dominate 2019 More Philanthropy Professionals Are Working from Home Hiring (or Becoming!) the Perfect Remote Employee 5 Reasons Why Low-Residency is the Future of Higher Ed Employment 10 Reasons Working From Home Isn’t as Awesome as It Sounds Appear.in Join.me Slack Free Conference Call
1 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
Coming Soon …. The Buzz: Capture’s Podcast for Higher Ed
We at Capture Higher Ed are excited to announce our latest podcast! Join host Amanda Scott, Senior Director of Market Management, and Capture’s team of enrollment and advancement experts and thought-leaders every month as we talk all things trending in higher ed admissions, advancement, technology, breaking headlines and so much more. Stay tuned for the first episode — dropping next Monday, July 22— to hear the latest buzz in higher ed. Subscribe to The Buzz wherever you stream your favorite podcasts.
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