Top 10 CapChat Episodes
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06/11/20 • 31 min
What do history majors and film and media production majors have in common? Watch Episode 9 of CapChat to find out! Join history student Rocky Jorgensen and Dr. Betsy Pike, assistant professor of Communication and esteemed Capital grad, as they discuss how bringing together different majors can create amazing experiences through Capital’s emerging media program. Housed in the Convergent Media Center, programs in public relations, film and media production, marketing, journalism, graphic design, and entertainment technology form a melting pot of student opportunities and areas of study. It’s all about pulling together creative students from a variety of majors across different academic disciplines and pushing them toward innovative and exciting real-world experiences.
05/21/20 • 36 min
Whether you are a first-year student or one who is registering for their final semester, time management can be one of the most challenging aspects of being in college. In Episode 8 of CapChat, junior Allie Rus and Associate Provost Keirsten Moore talk about the demands of classes, homework, extracurricular activities, jobs, self-care and sleep, and how to fit everything into a 168-hour week. With so much to do and keep track of, strong time management skills can make all the difference. Learn strategies to set yourself up for success – from how to use planners and Post-it Notes for organization, to the importance of finding quiet, dedicated study spaces and reaching out to professors and other campus resources (such as the Academic Success and the Center for Health and Wellness) to help you be the best person you can be.
Majors and Careers: Business
05/07/20 • 25 min
CapChat Season 2 continues with Episode 7, where you’ll learn there's a lot more to business than stock markets, supply chains and financial reports. Junior Aaron Sullivan, a dual major in Marketing and Financial Economics with a minor in Entrepreneurship, joins Finance and Economics professor Saurav Roychoudhury – more commonly known as “Dr. Roy” – to talk about job growth, internship opportunities, and the importance of having a basic understanding of business, regardless of your career path. With majors in Accounting, Financial Economics, Business Management, and Marketing, the university’s business curriculum is well-rounded in the fundamentals you'll need to be successful right out of college. Couple that with a myriad of opportunities for hands-on internships and you’ll have that competitive edge employers are looking for.
Living on a College Budget
04/23/20 • 26 min
CapChat Season 2 continues with Episode 6 and ways to be financially smart. Sophomore Taylor Adams teams up with John Brown, Capital’s director of Financial Aid, to talk about paying for college, saving for life, and understanding the importance of creating a budget. As a student who has three on-campus jobs, Taylor shares tips about how she has been able to budget for her Capital education while starting to set herself up to feel financially secure after graduation. You’ll learn about scholarship options, how to find a work-study job, and why it’s important to maximize your meal plan – including giving your taste buds a treat with Cap Bucks as one of your dining options. John offers simple ideas about budgeting that will give students a sense of control over their money and teach them how to prioritize the spending of their hard-earned dollars. He also talks about the Financial Aid staff’s commitment to working with families to help them understand various ways of paying for a Capital education.
Majors and Careers: Sciences
04/09/20 • 30 min
This season of CapChat brings all things science to Episode 5, showcasing how Capital University students and professors connect science to everyday life. Dr. Christine Anderson, associate professor of zoology, joins biology major Emma Young to talk about specific fields of study, growing careers, scientific research, service opportunities, and tackling the “wicked, sticky problems” that impact us globally. Capital creates unique learning opportunities in the classroom, the field and the lab, whether a student is interested in forensic science, medicine, conservation biology, hydrology, genetics or other areas of study. Dr. Anderson also talks about her role with the University’s Primmer Outdoor Learning Center in Logan, Ohio. The Primmer property provides hands-on opportunities for students to make a difference in areas such as forest fragmentation on small mammals; bringing back lost tree species; restoring prairies; and the human impact on biodiversity. You’ll also learn about opportunities for funded research, study abroad, internships, and on-campus paid positions as animal technicians and teaching assistants.
03/26/20 • 35 min
CapChat Season 2 continues with fun and helpful tips about campus living and commuter life. Our guests – Ashley Swank, a third-year student, and Brendan Downing, Capital’s associate director of Residential and Commuter Life – share ideas about everything from making friends and solving roommate conflicts, to finding the perfect student organization and understanding the importance of laundry baskets. (No, really.) Learn about roommate agreements, open communication and finding your place on campus – including comfy spaces designed specifically for commuter students. At Capital, we want our students to thrive academically and socially, so join us for this episode of CapChat. And let’s all remember to leave our tap shoes at home!
03/10/20 • 27 min
CapChat Season 2 continues with helpful information for anyone who is in interested in becoming a teacher. Capital’s education program is highly respected for its blend of educational theory with relevant field experiences, preparing students to excel in diverse classroom settings. In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Bradley Conrad, associate professor of Education, Dr. Jennifer Faison Hodge, director for Clinical Partnerships, and sophomore Nichole Walsh, who is majoring in adolescent/young adult integrated language arts education. Learn how Capital combines teaching, research and service with professional partnerships to create teachers who will impact students for a lifetime. You’ll also hear about opportunities for student teaching abroad and tutoring in a variety of settings.
Health & Relationships
02/25/20 • 29 min
CapChat Season 2 continues with the first in our series of advice episodes for students and the services offered at Capital. In this episode, we explore the important topics of health and relationships. Dr. Cathy McDaniels Wilson, director of University Counseling and Health Services, and Dr. Jennifer Speakman, assistant provost and Title IX coordinator, join us to cover the importance of exercise, self-care, and students helping each other to succeed. Learn how to be your best you, and how Capital University is working to help students on that journey!
Majors and Careers: Music
02/11/20 • 30 min
Welcome to CapChat Season 2! Building on the success of our first season, we’ve added a series of episodes that explore areas of study at Capital. Listen along as professors and current students give you an overview of different degree paths and majors, what’s special about Capital’s approach to those majors, and the out-of-class learning opportunities you won’t want to miss. In this episode, we’ll explore the Conservatory of Music with Chad Loughrige, Music Technology professor, Laura Kitchel, Ph.D., of Music Education, and Dan Messersmith, sophomore majoring music technology. Learn the about the wide variety of degree and career paths you can take as a music major, understand the difference between a Conservatory of Music and school of music, and discover all the opportunities Capital – and Columbus – offer to help you set yourself apart as a musician, performer, educator, producer, engineer, entrepreneur and more.
06/25/20 • 20 min
What do Capital students do for fun? Explore the city, of course! From hot chicken and artisan ice cream, to museums, botanical exhibits, professional sports and shopping, Bexley and Columbus offer plenty of opportunities for college students who want some time away from their studies. CapChap Episode 10 showcases places around the city – several conveniently located right across the street from campus – where you can find Fang Sauce, Chihuly glass, vegan donuts, Dime-a-Dog nights, puck drops, and indie movies. Want to know more about what awaits you outside the classroom? Watch the final CapChat episode of Season 2. (Trivia tidbit: Hot Chicken Takeover in North Market was founded by Joe DeLoss ’06, Capital University’s poster child for social entrepreneurship!)
How many episodes does CapChat have?
CapChat currently has 22 episodes available.
What topics does CapChat cover?
The podcast is about Higher Education, University, College, Podcasts and Education.
What is the most popular episode on CapChat?
The episode title 'Majors and Careers: Emerging Media' is the most popular.
What is the average episode length on CapChat?
The average episode length on CapChat is 28 minutes.
How often are episodes of CapChat released?
Episodes of CapChat are typically released every 13 days, 22 hours.
When was the first episode of CapChat?
The first episode of CapChat was released on Mar 5, 2019.
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