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Podcast title Faculty of The Mace - HDTV
Website URL http://www.FacultyofTheMace.co...
Description A community of post-secondary educators who recognize the deep symbolism and significance of the academic mace and are advancing the status of faculty authority in the academy of the twenty-first century.
Updated Tue, 21 Dec 2010 04:01:50 +0000
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Episodes

1. FOTM-0008B [HD VIDEO] Episode 8, Part 2: Academic Admissions Standards – What Is Ability-to-Benefit and Is It a Good Policy?
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Description: http://facultyofthemace.com In this episode, the Faculty of the Mace explains the meaning of ability-to-benefit, examines how it affects both recruitment and retention, and makes free-market, policy recommendations. Eugene Murray, Lead Moderator, Faculty of The Mace.

2. FOTM-0008A [HD VIDEO] Episode 8, Part 1: Academic Admissions Standards – What is Ability-to-Benefit and Is It a Good Policy?
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Description: http://facultyofthemace.com In this episode, the Faculty of the Mace explains the meaning of ability-to-benefit, examines how it affects both recruitment and retention, and makes free-market, policy recommendations. Eugene Murray, Lead Moderator, Faculty of The Mace.

3. FOTM-0007 [HD VIDEO] Episode 7: Student Felony Convictions – Is “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” a Good Policy or Practice?
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Description: http://facultyofthemace.com In this episode, the Faculty of The Mace examines the question of whether we should be preparing students with felony convictions for sensitive positions in criminal justice, health care, and information security when their employment prospects in these fields are dim, and makes free-market, policy recommendations. Eugene Murray, Lead Moderator, Faculty of The Mace.

4. FOTM-0006 [HD VIDEO] Episode 6: Non-academic, Risk-factor Screening – Is There Appropriate Due Diligence by Schools?
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Description: http://facultyofthemace.com In this episode, the Faculty of The Mace compares the due diligence performed when you adopt a pet to a typical college's due diligence when you decide to attend. Non-academic, risk-factor screening evaluates a student’s personal readiness to begin college studies. Eugene Murray, Lead Moderator, Faculty of The Mace.

5. FOTM-0005B [HD VIDEO] Episode 5, Part 2: The “Magic” Headcount Formula – What Is It, and How Does It Explain Higher Education Management?
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Description: http://facultyofthemace.com In this episode, the Faculty of The Mace examines the “magic” headcount formula and the important behavior that it predicts in higher education management: the triad of recruitment vs. retention vs. reentries. Eugene Murray, Lead Moderator, Faculty of The Mace.

6. FOTM-0005A [HD VIDEO] Episode 5, Part 1: The “Magic” Headcount Formula – What Is It, and How Does It Explain Higher Education Management?
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Description: http://facultyofthemace.com In this episode, the Faculty of The Mace examines the “magic” headcount formula and the important behavior that it predicts in higher education management: the triad of recruitment vs. retention vs. reentries. Eugene Murray, Lead Moderator, Faculty of The Mace.

7. FOTM-0004B [HD VIDEO] Episode 4, Part 2: Accreditation Shopping – What are the FOTM, Free-market Policy Recommendations?
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Description: http://facultyofthemace.com In this episode, the Faculty of The Mace looks at two, free-market policy recommendations regarding accreditation shopping that protect both the public interest and the post-secondary education community. Eugene Murray, Lead Moderator, Faculty of The Mace.

8. FOTM-0004A [HD VIDEO] Episode 4, Part 1: Accreditation Shopping – What are the FOTM, Free-market Policy Recommendations?
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Description: http://facultyofthemace.com In this episode, the Faculty of The Mace looks at two, free-market policy recommendations regarding accreditation shopping that protect both the public interest and the post-secondary education community. Eugene Murray, Lead Moderator, Faculty of The Mace.

9. FOTM-0003 [HD VIDEO] Episode 3: Accreditation Shopping, A Rebuttal – How Does Another Accreditor Feel?
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Description: http://www.facultyofthemace.com In this episode, the Faculty of The Mace looks at a different perspective on accreditation shopping by another accreditor, ACICS. Eugene Murray, Lead Moderator, Faculty of The Mace.

10. FOTM-0002 [HD VIDEO] Episode 2: Accreditation Shopping: A Case Study – How Do the Accreditors Feel?
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Description: http://FacultyofTheMace.com In this episode, the Faculty of The Mace looks at how one national accreditor feels about accreditation shopping by one of its member schools.

11. FOTM-0001 [HD VIDEO] Episode 1: Academic Accreditation – Why are Schools Shopping for It?
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Description: http://FacultyofTheMce.com In this episode, the Faculty of The Mace looks at both regional and national accreditation in higher education. We consider the four good reasons and one major bad reason why schools are shopping for accreditation.

12. FOTM-SE001 [HD VIDEO] Special Edition 1: Call for Faculty Participation in Whitehouse CC Summit
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Description: http://www.FacultyofTheMace.com The Faculty of The Mace joins its colleagues in calling for faculty participation in the Whitehouse Summit on Community Colleges. We believe that appropriate faculty authority, coupled with local disclosure and transparency, will be ameliorative to problems facing the academy in the twenty-first century.