The RVCC podcast series includes lectures,interviews, event recordings and other items of interest to the College community. You can choose to subscribe to our podcast or simply click on the individual mp3 audio files to listen right away.
"If I Knew Then, What I Know Now: Reflections of an African-American Man around Leadership and Career Development" with Ryan Watson, Senior Vice-President, Chubb and Son. (audio only) This lecture is sponsored by the TD Bank Leadership Development Series. Recorded February 26, 2015.
"Teaching US History Beyond the Textbook with Dr. Yohuru R. Williams, Professor of History, Fairfield University". (audio only) Dr. Yohuru R. Williams is an expert on civil rights and Black Power movements, as well as late 19th and 20th Century US history, African American history and social studies teaching methods. Hailed as one of the most exciting scholars of his generation, Dr. Williams is a professor of history at Fairfield University in Connecticut as well as the Chief Historian and VP for Public Education and Community Outreach at the Jackie Robinson Foundation in New York City. Dr. Williams will discuss ways to teach current national topics like the Ferguson incident and other historical events. Sponsored by The Paul Robeson Institute for Ethics, Leadership and Social Justice. Recorded February 24, 2015.
"Driving Change through Diversity & Globalization with Chancellor James Anderson, Fayetteville State University" (video) (audio only) Dr. James A. Anderson's research and writing have focused on the assessment of student learning, as well as the impact of diversity on student learning, retention and overall institutional effectiveness. Sponsored by RVCC's Office of Multicultural Affairs, Brothers Helping Brothers, and Sister to Sister Network. Recorded February 19, 2015.
"Integrating Environment in the Business Curriculum" presented by Professor Dan Aronson. "In multiple campus presentations, I've demonstrated that applying basic scientific realities to economics causes environmental matters to come to the fore -- rather than be relegated to a separate chapter. My faculty research grant explored the possibility that environmental considerations could be seamlessly integrated into other business courses. As things transpired, considerations related to accounting and marketing led to an unanticipated result." This Spotlight on Scholarship presentation was recorded on February 10, 2015.
"Get a Grip: Time Management, Study Skills and Test Anxiety" (audio only) presented by Jess Spayd and Bambi Kuhl. This lecture was sponsored by the RVCC Academic Support Center. Recorded February 10, 2015.
"Taxes 101 with Professor Anne Marie Anderson, CPA and Professor W. Michael Fagan, PMP" (video) (audio only) Never filed your taxes before? Not sure where to begin? This lecture gives a great overview to students preparing to file their taxes. Presented by RVCC Club ENACTUS. Recorded February 5, 2015.
"Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Partner Breakfast Event" (video) (audio only) Keynote speaker Kathryn Suk, M. Ed., Assistant Professor of Education. Professor Suk was joined by a select group of RVCC Education students and their cooperating teacher to share how the Teach2Matter initiative supported the Bullying Prevention Month podcast projects that middle school students created. Teach2Matter is a passion-based, problem-based, and project-based Service Learning initiative, founded at RVCC, which provides pre-service teachers with authentic and relevant field experiences. This program was cosponsored by Service Learning and Multicultural Affairs. Recorded January 23, 2015.
"2015 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Read-In Event". (video) (audio only) Featuring song, dance, poetry, book readings and original works by students and faculty. This event was sponsored by the Student Life Activities and Planning Board. Recorded January 22, 2015.
"A Celebration of Native American Heritage and History: Honoring Our Warriors, A Veterans Day Tribute" (video) presented by the RVCC Office of Academic Affairs, The Committee to Internationlize and Diversify the Curriculum, The Dept of Humanities, Social Sciences & Education and the Department of Visual and Performing Arts. Recorded November 11, 2014.
"Envisioning Your Future with Issata Saccoh-Oluwadare, Associate Dean of Student Affairs at Rutgers University" (audio only) This lecture is presented by the SGA/PTK TD Bank Leadership Development Series. Recorded December 4, 2014.