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Join the Conversation is a podcast of the Student Housing Matters blog. The Student Housing Matters blog is about matters relating to on-campus student housing, as well as why quality on-campus student housing really matters. We want this blog to serve as a forum for sharing ideas and insights about how your on-campus student housing can do things beyond simply housing students. How it can be used as a more powerful tool to recruit and retain students on your campus. http://studenthousingmat ...
 
The California Association of REALTORS® and its new institute the Center for California Real Estate (CCRE) are dedicated to advancing real estate knowledge. The goal of the center, and by extension this Housing Matters Podcast, is to arm our 180,000 members with ideas that help them become more knowledgeable, professional, and insightful in their work as practitioners and stakeholders in the future of real estate.
 
The cost of housing is a hot topic of conversation wherever you go in Metro Vancouver. In this podcast, we explore real estate trends in the region and the impact of development on life and affordability in Metro Vancouver, interviewing everyone from those who build our homes to politicians, planners, housing advocates and researchers.
 
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Student housing professionals have faced one challenge after another in 2020. When it comes to residence life, this has not been an ideal year, as the pandemic has kept us from doing most of our traditional programming. So, how are housing directors building community in the COVID era? Katherine Warren is COCM’s Assistant Director of Residence Life…
 
Over the course of 2020, different industries have been impacted in a variety of ways. Today, we take a look at the topic of security – specifically the tracking of the coming and going of people within facilities. Students come and go from student housing facilities all hours of the day – so how do we keep them safe and secure during a pandemic? C…
 
The conference services team at the University of Washington was looking forward to serving 11,000 overnight guests and facilitating 200 overnight conference sessions this summer. But 2020 had other plans, and though the campus did not close, Christine Sismaet and her team had a very different season than expected. Christine is the Operations Manag…
 
Conferences and summer programs offer institutions an opportunity to generate revenue that can reduce the financial burden placed on students during the academic year. And it’s not just housing – a strong, efficient summer program brings revenue to other campus entities as well, including dining services, athletics, facilities, and even academic de…
 
Serving university students who live off-campus puts Kristen Franklin in a unique position. Yes, she works closely with the highly regarded research institution her residents attend. But her team also has the freedom to individualize their services and work independently. So, what are the pros and cons of this arrangement when a global pandemic clo…
 
C.A.R. Economists discuss the latest updates for the economy and housing market including the numerous indicators suggesting that the market has reached bottom in the wake of COVID-19, but that also suggest that the recovery will be slow.Bởi CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS and the CENTER FOR CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE
 
When the Coronavirus shut down college campuses across the US, most student housing facilities closed as well. But what do you do if the majority of your residents are not from the US and may not have the option to simply go home? How do you continue to serve students and stay connected with them when you’re required to stay at least six feet apart…
 
COCM understands the importance of motivating a team and driving engagement during a time of isolation and unfamiliar work environments. In order to determine how residential faculty working on campus and remotely at Marshall University are adapting to conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic we interviewed Heather Smith, Assistant Director of Opera…
 
We all want to work in an environment that somehow feeds our souls. What happens when we encounter a workplace that does the exact opposite? Heidi Yoder began researching workplace bullying within student affairs in the Fall of 2018. Now, she’s sharing some of her insights on preventing toxic workplace environments and handling instances of abusive…
 
It’s well known that a career in higher education leaves you with many transferable skills. Are those skills useful outside of your workplace? How can we use what we’ve learned working with students to better ourselves and our communities? In 2009, Nicole Terrell joined COCM as a first-time Assistant Director in a brand-new residence hall at Marsha…
 
Rafael Cordwell believes that you don’t choose your profession, your profession chooses you. And in the beginning, Raf resisted a career in student affairs—despite encouragement from more than one of his supervisors at Southern Connecticut State. But higher education had other plans for Raf, and today, he aspires to impact campus culture and policy…
 
Winston Churchill led Britain through both World Wars. But how would he fight the invisible enemy we face today? How might Churchill approach the current situation with Coronavirus? Dr. Larry P. Arnn is the President of Hillsdale College, where he also serves as a professor of politics and history. He earned degrees from Arkansas State and Claremon…
 
During her tenure at COCM, Mellissa Taylor quickly became known among students as The Housing Lady. So, what did she learn as the face and voice of student housing at the University of Alabama at Birmingham? How have those lessons around communicating with students carried over to her current role in higher ed? Mellissa serves as the Assistant Dire…
 
In the final episode of series two, Katie Teasdale talks to Kate Henderson, Chief Executive of the National Housing Federation about the result of the general election, what it means for the housing association sector and our plans for the new government's first 100 days. Kate also reflects on our campaign leading up to the election and what we nee…
 
Katie welcomes a new co-host, Helen Greig, Project Director on Building Better in the Futures Team at the National Housing Federation. Two Great Places Commissioners, Helen Lennon, Chief Executive of Connect Housing and Dave Procter, Group Chair at Together Housing Group discuss what the housing sector needs to look at to make great places – what’s…
 
“Build the bridge as you walk across it. Just find something and try it out and define it. And then over time, it becomes the normal that everybody’s used to—an efficiently run process.” In her ten-year career with COCM, Tricia Wells played a major role in developing the infrastructure we use today, creating several of the programs, initiatives and…
 
This episode features the full speech Shadow Housing Minister Sarah Jones MP delivered at the National Housing Summit yesterday, followed by insightful and clear political analysis from Jessica Levy, Public Affairs Manager at the National Housing Federation.Bởi National Housing Federation
 
At times, student affairs professionals are hesitant to pursue a role with COCM, thinking that the transition back to a university setting will be challenging. And yet, a number of former Capstone employees have made the successful move to public institutions. What have they done to make the transition as seamless as possible? And how do they go ab…
 
We hear from each of the teams about their ideas to change the world and from the Federation on what's next for Creating our Future. Links ​For more information about Creating our Future see www.housing.org.uk/creatingourfuture For more information about Hacking Homelessness, see www.hackinghomelessness.co.uk For more information about The Good Foo…
 
We talk a lot about wellness and work-life balance, but most of us in the world of student housing are just not very good at it. So, how can we learn to prioritize our emotional and spiritual health? How can we develop the courage to ask what’s really important to us and align our choices accordingly? And if that means choosing a new path, how can …
 
In this episode, Katie Teasdale is joined by Sarah-Jane Gay who leads on a our homelessness work. Katie interviews John Glenton, Executive Director of Care and Support at Riverside, and Chair of our homelessness steering group, and Vandemar Baster about his experience of homelessness. To find out more about our homelessness steering group https://w…
 
Hear the audio recording of our 2019 Mid-Year Forecast presented by C.A.R. Chief Economist Leslie Appleton-Young and Deputy Chief Economist Jordan Levine. You can download the slides to follow along with the presentation at the link below, as well as view the video recording of the presentation. https://www.car.org/en/marketdata/marketforecast…
 
In this episode, Jessica Levy, Public Affairs Manager at the National Housing Federation talks about what the election of Boris Johnson as the new Conservative Party Leader and Britain's next Prime Minister means for housing associations. At one point Jessica says Boris 'made an annoucnement during the campaign to cut stamp duty on all homes worth …
 
In our latest episode, Samantha and Oscar take a deep dive into California’s homebuyers: who they are, factors in their decision to purchase, financial challenges they are experiencing, and what they think about the home buying process. They also touch on interest rates and migration, as well as how consumers feel prices will look in the coming yea…
 
Katie is joined by Helen Greig, who leads on the National Housing Federation's work on supported housing to discuss some of the issues around housing for refugee and asylum seekers. Helen interviews Dara Ivekich, Service Manager, Refugee Futures at Tuntum Housing about the work they do to help to house and support refugee families in Nottingham and…
 
Katie Teasdale speaks to National Housing Federation's Public Affairs Manager Jessica Levy who talks us through what to expect as the Conservatives elect a new leader and Britain's next Prime Minister, and where housing fits in. Contact us website@housing.org.uk www.twitter.com/natfednews www.instagram.com/national.housing.federation www.facebook.c…
 
If you’re looking to make a big change or pursue an extraordinary venture, the first step is to share your intentions and then accept help when it’s offered. This can be challenging for those of us in higher ed, as we’re used to providing a support system rather than tapping into one ourselves. But seeking out someone (or multiple someones) willing…
 
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