Student Affairs Podcast
Gary has been actively involved in the student affairs profession for over the last decade as he has served in various capacities on three different campuses and as an executive director of a national fraternity. His primary interests involve Fraternity & Sorority Life, Leadership Development, Social Justice, and the underrepresented student experience on a college campus. He is also interested in the influence that popular culture and media has on the collegiate experience. Gary is alumnus of Eastern Illinois University (1999) and Indiana State University (2001) and looks forward to pursuing a doctorate in higher education.
Julie is currently an Academic Advisor for Emerging Media and Communication at the University of Texas, Dallas. Her student affairs experience/interests include residence life, programming, leadership development, and social justice issues. She received her M.A. in Student Development Administration from Seattle University and her B.A. in Psychology from Knox College.
This podcast is in partnership with The National Association for Campus Activities
Following a few technical difficulties (Julie awkwardly fills the space, but you should use the time to watch your favorite version of Call Me Maybe), Gary and Julie were joined by Conor McLaughlin, host of Life Work Balances, last week. We talked graduation speeches and other fun topics galore. View a few of our […]
Gary and Julie discussed the recent NY Times article which looked at the high amount of student loan debt many students are taking on in order to earn a four year degree. We highlight a response from the President of Ohio Northern University, and the ROI from some popular colleges/universities. NY Times article Ohio Northern’s […]
Listen to internet radio with BreakDrink on Blog Talk Radio Gary and Julie were back to discuss the recent events in student affairs. DC Human Rights agency says “single-sex dorms” are not discriminatory Controversy over Shorter University faith statment Fisk University wants to sell Georgia O’Keeffe collection UC Davis run down: Recap of Town Hall […]
Gary and Julie discuss Florida Governor Rick Scott’s recent plan to restructure Florida’s education system in order to increase support to majors with higher job productivity, campuses that use credit cards for student loan refunds, and the emergence of LGBTQ groups on military campuses after the repeal of DADT. We’ve also announced our new hashtag […]
Gary and Julie chat about some of the topics that caught our eye this week. You’ll need to fast forward to 45 seconds because of a few technical difficulties, but it’s worth it! It’s also the 150th BreakDrink podcast! Woohoo! Listen to internet radio with BreakDrink on Blog Talk Radio Or Click Here for: Podcast […]
Well that is all up to you listeners! Nominations are currently being accepted (until September 30th) for the 7th Annual Podcast Awards. BreakDrink has experienced tremendous growth the last few months with the addition of several area specific podcasts and over 25,000 listens (that’s right 25,000). Your support is very much appreciated, and we are […]
Julie and Gary were joined by the CronkNews team. 20 Things You’ll Regret Doing in College CofC student president faces impeachment over tweets CofC student senate votes not to impeach Ross Kressel
Listen to internet radio with BreakDrink on Blog Talk Radio Julie, Jeff, & Gary chat about a blog post from Pete Pereria and creepiness at New Mexico.
Jeff and Julie chat about graduation stories and Sheryl Sandberg’s commencements address at Barnard college.
We got all the BreakDrink podcasters together for the 100th episode recapping the best moments, future plans, and learning moments.
Baratunde Thurston response to Trump’s victory speech. NASPACPA Results ACPA PResidents Blog Get To Know Us [ACPA Membership for NASPA Members]
Riverside Chancellor Goes ‘Undercover’ for Reality Show Fake Web Site Pretends to Be Youngstown State U.’s Equal Time for ‘Traditional Values‘ Additional Articles Old College Try | Rick Perry is waging a quiet war against higher education Rick O’Donnell “No Longer Employed by the UT System
Here’s the late breaking news from your friendly Student Affairs news source online, BreakDrink.com. The #NASPACPA consolidation votes have been tabulated, and here are the official memos from the professional associations. Join in the commentary LIVE right now with @EricStoller and @JeffJackson as they broadcast on #SAlive http://higheredlive.com/live/ and follow & discuss on Twitter with the hashtag […]
Gary and Jeff were joined by Dr. William Barratt, author of Social Class on Campus You can talk more with Dr Barratt on twitter.
Jeff and Julie talk about Gary, Julie’s ACPA experience, and Snooki. Rutgers Statement Do not compare Snooki, Morrison
Jeff, Gary, and Jeff were joined by Laura live from ACPA
We were joined by Eric Stoller, blogger from Inside Higher Ed, as we discussed consolidation and the upcoming NASPA conference. You can find more links about consolidation here.
We were joined by the Women of Student Affairs Women Lead blog and the creators of the #WLSalt Hashtag
Do you want to know what will happen in world of higher ed in 2011? Listen to Gary, Julie, and Jeff predict the future.
Julie, Jeff, & Gary chat about the guest and favorite moments over the past year. Also we briefly discussed Who Are the Undergraduates? from the Chronicle
Gary tries a Four Loko live…..and then gets disconnected. We also talked about: Cal State trustees approve 15% tuition increase V’s Speech To WSU NCAA Ironing Out Trans Athlete Rules The Senior 18; The Freshmen 15 is old news…. Twinkie diet helps nutrition professor lose 27 pounds
Gary was on a quest to find Four Loko, and he was not on the podcast…….. that is all we will say. Kye Allums, Transgender George Washington University Basketball Player, Takes The Court Declan Sullivan’s Death Could Cost Notre Dame $30 Million Veterans, Less Engaged but Satisfied Veterans who go back to school want more […]
Original Air Date: October 28, 2010 News Articles that were discussed. Four Loko The Best Of College LipDub Notre Dame Student Killed in Video Tower Collapse Northwestern Students Warned About Costumes Following Blackface Outrage
NASPA Unification Page NASPA ACPA Unification Proposal It Gets Better
Shooting on the UT Austin campus Assistant Attorney General Andrew Shirvell blogs about U of Michigan SGA President Shirvell makes blog private Rutgers Student Commits Suicide Another College Denies Christine O’Donnell
Original Air Date: September 16, 2010 Articles talked about: Class of First-Time Freshmen Not a White Majority This Fall Semester at The University of Texas at Austin Calvin College CANCELS New Pornographers Concert Over Band’s Name Blackout Update Campus Pride: 2010 State of Higher Education When College Is Not the Best Time In Professor-Dominatrix Scandal, […]
Articles we discussed: Social Media Blackout at Harrisburg University Hot College Courses Reggie Bush: Heisman Issue ‘Out Of My Hands’ Money can buy one form of happiness
Articles Discussed: Last Call for Blue Phones? Stockton College purchases Seaview Resort for $20M American Wonks Wonk Walking from American University on Vimeo.
Professors: Too Hot for their own Good Lesbian Cadet Quits West Point, Cites ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ The TOP Majors By Gender: Forbes List
Original Air Date: August 05, 2010 Articles that were discussed this week Colleges do Little to Stop Binge Drinking Top 10 Party Schools Targetgate 2010
Show Notes Update from NASPA President Elizabeth Griego ACPA Consolidation Update ACPA/NASPA Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners
Dr. Guardia from the NASPA Latino Knowledge Community stopped by to talk about the NASPA 2012 Conference in AZ. After the podcast Dr. Guardia joined twitter
Original Air Date: July 01, 2010 Scholarships AZ Article and Video of Sarah Gonzales
Original Air Date: June 24, 2010 NASPA’s Announcement Julie’s Post Joseph Ginese blog post Summer BreakDrink Conference Registration Open Gazelle gadget drive Look Who’s Changing Higher Ed: Who-Do Review #1-BreakDrink.Com
Original Air Date: June 02, 2010 We announced updated changes from the site, new podcast starting next week, and the new find-raising adventure we are starting.
Original Air Date: May 27, 2010 Show notes: Don’t Stop the Discourse ACPA Moves Institute Out of Arizona in Response to AZ SB 1070 Revoked Scholarships Surprise College Athletes Ann Curry Mixes Up Wheaton Colleges In Commencement Address
Original Air Date: May 20, 2010 U or Illinois Drama, First Muslim College, and our weekly look into AZ immigration laws.
Original Air Date: May 12, 2010 We discussed the new law in AZ banning Ethnic Studies programs and graduation rates in Texas.
We had Leah and Brody from the Cronk on the show. We discussed Facebook, AZ immigration laws, weather, Brody’s parents, and much much more.
Gary and Jeff chat with guest Matt Matera of ScholarshipsAZ.org Other topics were: Angry, Grumpy, Georgetown Neighbor starts blog U Penn football captain death by suicide Community College Offering Midnight classes
Today’s Podcast will feature guest Leah Wescott, the creator and editor of the The Cronk of Higher Education. We will get the answer everyone wants to know; are you animated , or real. This may be the funniest podcast ever. 6:00 pm Central Standard Time You can join the Buzz stream, or chat live here.
Next week Dr Tom Jackson will join us on the BreakDrink podcast to discuss the unification progress between ACPA and NASPA. If you have any questions you can leave them in the comments below, email us at breakdrink @gmail.com, or call in and ask questions live. Hope to see you there.
We are excited about our first Podcast guest Erin Weed. Erin is a professional speaker, author, self-defense expert, but most notably known for creating Girls Fight Back and Fight Back Productions. If you have any questions for Erin or general campus security issues please leave a comment, or email us at breakdrink @gmail.com Wednesday 5:00 […]
Original Air Date: 1/20/2010 6:00 PM Show Notes New Years Predictions already coming true: Big-time college athletics: Are they worth the big-time costs? Yale releases new admissions video Student Affairs Professionals love Glee Lastly we discuss the new article concerning college presidents salaries.
This was our first Podcast of 2010 so we gave our predictions in Student Affairs for the New Year. Original Air Date: 1/13/2010 6:00 PM Show Notes: Northeastern to Discontinue Football Program Hofstra to End Intercollegiate Football Program Will Athletic Funding Slowdown? Athletics -vs- Academics Round 1 Kiffin’s Departure Sparks Riots Harvard Teams Up With […]
In our inaugural podcast Gary Ballinger, Heather Roundtree and Jeff Jackson discussed discuss TV’s perceptions of university life. Shows we discussed: Community aired on NBC and Greek aired on ABC Family