University College Podcast
The University College Podcast Network, started in 2018, is an outlet to promote and inform listeners about the college's programs. The podcast will include features on students, faculty and staff while discussing topics relevant on and off campus. For more information on the podcast or if you're interested in being a guest, contact Brandon Apter at 470-578-2790 or email@example.com. The latest episodes of the podcast will be posted here, but you can also subscribe to the University College Podcast Network on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher and Soundcloud.
In the debut episode of the University College Podcast, we're joined by Kennesaw State offensive lineman Terrell Paxton. The new KSU student talks about his experience in the required First-Year Seminar course and how he plans to balance his school work with athletics.
In episode 2 of the University College podcast, we're joined by freshman nursing student Kaylin Woodring, who joined the Kennesaw State family during the summer 2018 semester. She talks about what led her to KSU, the degree she's pursuing and experience in the First-Year Seminar class. University College Podcast host Brandon Apter also runs down some college updates, bidding farewell to long-time Kennesaw State Orientation staff member Mark Pilgrim. Also, details on UC's Coffee with the Dean event in October, which is open to University College students, staff and faculty.
Dr. Tommy Jackson, Director of Advising at University College Advising Services, joins the show for episode three to talk about the significance of advising in a student's education, his short stint in the NFL, some of the research projects he is working on with students and the importance of finding passion in what you do everyday.
University College's Dean, Lynn Disbrow, joins episode four of the podcast to talk about her journey to Kennesaw State, her vision for University College, the benefits of its degrees and academic initiatives while also discussing the great atmosphere that KSU has as a whole.
Freshman exercise science major, Tolerie Moye, joins episode five of the podcast to talk about her journey as a First-Gen Student. As a First-Gen Student, Tolerie is the first in her family to move away from home to go to school.
In episode 6 of the UC Podcast, we're joined by sophomore psychology major and Orientation Student Director, Jada Cook. She discusses her background coming from south Georgia, her popular YouTube channel, what led her to a leadership position with Orientation and how it has benefited her as student at Kennesaw State University.
Our guest for episode seven is senior journalism and emerging media major, Moriah Shephard. Moriah is on the brink of graduation and has big dreams of landing a job in the radio industry. She’s worked her way up to the position of general manager at Owl Radio and has interned with numerous radio stations in the Metro Atlanta area already. We’ll learn more about her radio journey and what kind of impact that University College’s Thrive Program has had on her as she readies for graduation.