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January 5, 2023

Strategically Transforming IT

In this episode, Anne Pacione – CIO at St. John’s University – shares best practices and lessons learned from efforts to strategically transform the IT organization in service of the school’s mission and strategic plan.

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December 12, 2022

Kinetic Leadership for Kinetic Transformation

In this episode, Dr. Margaret McMenamin – President of Union College of New Jersey – describes the kinetic leadership required for kinetic transformation, supported by examples from her experience and the best way to measure results.

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December 1, 2022

Overcoming Organizational Fear that Prevents Digital Transformation

In this episode, Dr. Mary Papazian – former President of San Jose State University – shares lessons learned about overcoming the organizational fear that prevents digital transformation.

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November 15, 2022

Leveraging the University Platform to Transform Communities

In this episode, Dr. Keith Whitfield – President of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas – describes how UNLV is transforming the communities that surround and define it.

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November 2, 2022

Refreshing Student Engagement Post-COVID.

In this episode, Ann Marie VanDerZanden – Associate Provost for Academic Programs at Iowa State University – describes how a special task force is helping her institution to refresh student engagement post-COVID.

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October 19, 2022

Extended Reality Learning Innovation

In this episode, Dr. Mary Gallagher – President of L.A. City College – and Marcy Drummond – Vice President of Economic and Social Mobility Innovation – describe their use of extended reality solutions to enhance student engagement and advance each student’s learning journey.

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September 22, 2022

People-first Transformation

In this episode, Dionne Curbeam – Deputy CIO at Coppin State University in Baltimore, MD – describes how a “people-first” approach to transformation requires up-front investment but is more sustainable and successful than alternatives.

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