If you are interested in the varied aspects that comprise the American Catholic experience especially in both a historical and contemporary context, this podcast will provide an overview of the latest scholarship in this field. Join University Libraries as we interview insights are provided by Dr. Margaret McGuiness and Dr. Tom Rzeznik who co-edited their latest work entitled: The Cambridge Companion of American Catholicism (Cambridge University, 2021).
If you are interested in school reform issues like high stakes standardized testing, the influence of curriculum quality on student outcomes, and charter schools, this podcast will help you put these issues in better context. Please join us for an enlightening conversation with Dr. Christopher Tienken, an associate professor of Education Leadership, Management, and Policy at Seton Hall University in the College of Education and Human Services. The interview covers Dr. Tienkens's book The School Reform Landscape Reloaded: More Fraud, Myths, and Lies and his new book, with Carol Mullen, The Risky Business of Education Policy.
If you are interested in Knowledge Management and Analytics, this podcast will be an enlightening experience for you. Join University Libraries as we interview Dr. Jay Liebowitz, a Visiting Professor of the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall and one of most highly ranked in knowledge management strategy. The interview covered, among other topics, Dr. Liebowitz’s newest book: A Research Agenda for Knowledge Management and Analytics.