• Episode 5 – Michelle Jones – Wayfinding Academy

    In the traditional education landscape, it’s not uncommon for a student to take general education requirements and then move on to more specialized courses where they can exert a bit more autonomy and freedom on the content.  In this model, students are given task after task to overcome in the pursuit of meeting all of […]

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  • Episode 4 – John O’Connor – Career Coach

    As working adults, all of us have a great degree of understanding and experience on things with which we are familiar.  A lot of that experience happens to be focused on our jobs and our hobbies.  In those areas, we can offer solid advice and counsel to our children and younger adults that are walking […]

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  • Episode 2 – Wanda Watkins – College Athletics Coach

    In 35 years of coaching NCAA Division I college basketball, Wanda Watkins has seen what college athletics has to offer to students looking to gain an education through their athletic ability.  She has over 500 wins to her credit, several conference titles and one trip to the NCAA tournament – and she’s done it all […]

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  • Episode 1 – Betsy Dunn-Williams – Campbell University

    Set in the sandhills of North Carolina, Campbell University is a school of about 5,000 students.  Armed with a traditional liberal arts curriculum with general education requirements, Campbell has grown in the last 50 years to include a number of postgraduate programs including a law school, divinity school, pharmacy school, medical school, and just started […]

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