Welcome to another Wednesday morning with LIFE WORK BALANCES!
Today I sat down with Carl Steidel, Assistant Dean of the Sophomore Class at Bates College. Carl and I knew each other from our work together at Cornell University, and it was great to catch up with him and see where his career has taken him in the few years since we had worked together. It was great o hear about all the great things he has been doing. We talked about family, music, raising children, new interesting opportunities, building community outside of work, and moving. We also talked about board games and card games, staying active in a community, randomly connecting to people, starting a band, and making time for hobbies, interests, children, family, and work all in a week and so much more!
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Hello there, and welcome to another fantastic Wednesday morning with LIFE WORK BALANCES!
Today I am really excited for a LIFE WORK BALANCES first. Today’s episode is the first part of an episode that was so extensive and in depth it took two separate sittings to complete. I sat down with Edwina Welch, Campus Diversity Officer and Director of the Cross Cultural Center at UC San Diego. Today’s episode was recorded a few weeks ago, and after chatting for just under 2 hours we realized that we had other meetings to attend, and had not even gotten to what Edwina does to find balance and relieve stress. That conversation happened a bit later, and will make up next week’s episode. In total, Edwina and I sat for over 3 hours, and during this conversation we talked about social justice work, evolving job responsibilities, deciding on student affairs as a career path, community engagement, and the ways in which campus culture shifts can continue to make our work interesting.
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Hi Everyone! Its Wednesday, which means it is time for another episode of LIFE WORK BALANCES!
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Phillip Cockrell, who I and most people that know him call Flapp, who is the Director of Student Life at Mississippi University for Women. Flapp and I have known each other for a few years, and I really appreciated the opportunity to take time to learn more about him, hear his story and spend time reconnecting. We talked about his experience growing up in Mississippi, his time at The Ohio State University (a group that comes up somewhat often on the podcast), and his involvement in ACPA. We also talked about his love of racquetball, maintaining relationships, involvement in a faith community, as well as his involvement as an alumnae of Mississippi University for Women and the potential future of the Golden Gentlemen’s Club, a reference to MUW’s Golden Girls Club for long standing alumnae.
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Welcome back to Life Work Balances! Todays episode features a great conversation with Dr. DL Stewart, Associate Professor at Bowling Green State University in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program. We talked about a lot of things in this episode, and some of them include: Star Wars, Law & Order, spending time with family, Sherlock, Star Trek, Chuck, general geekiness, and a lot more!.
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