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2020

Episode 23 – Today We Talk All About STEM! Are You Excited Yet?

First Generation - One of Many 05/19/2021

Today We Talk All About STEM! Are You Excited Yet? STEM, you either love it or you hate it! But not everyone who works in the STEM field started off there. The STEM field will surprise you, and open your perspective on how versatile and satisfying the majors can be! Our guests discuss their journey on how they found their passion for their profession and the challenges they encounter as first-generation students within the STEM field and how they overcome!

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Episode 22 – Veterans: A Journey from Country to Campus

First Generation - One of Many 05/12/2021

Veterans – A Journey from Country to Campus Today we take a look at a portion of the Chico State Community known for their commitment, resilience and strength. Thank you to our guest Larry Langwell. Take a listen and find out about the rich history Chico State has with supporting our veterans on campus, and the efforts they continue to make to enhance veterans’ personal and academic pursuits. On this episode, we discuss the importance of supporting veterans in their transition from the military to higher education, hear about successes as well as common challenges.

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Episode 20 – Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion…What does that mean?

First Generation - One of Many 04/06/2021

Every student has a different background from their peers, and all carry different identities. When there is one institution they attend, how are they made to feel accepted and welcome? With the help of our guests, students and staff of color, we discuss our identities on campus and how that has impacted and continues to influence college life.

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Episode 17 – The Right Type of Support

First Generation - One of Many 03/05/2021

8 out of 10 community college transfer students are accepted into a 4-year university every year. When so many students continue their studies within higher education and make a jump from one institution to another, what resources are made available for them to access? What does support for a transfer student look like? Learn from our amazing guests to learn about their work within community colleges and their first-generation students.

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Episode 16 – CSU, Chico’s Community Action Volunteers in Education

First Generation - One of Many 03/04/2021

Continuing with episodes focused on resources at CSU, Chico, we are joined by Cathryn Carkhuff and Victoria Ramirez from CAVE or Community Action Volunteers in Education. During our time together we were able to discuss ways that CAVE is fulfilling its mission of providing meaningful volunteer opportunities to Chico State students, develop student leaders, and serve a broad base of community needs.

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Episode 15 – Guilt in a Space That Is Yours

First Generation - One of Many 03/02/2021

Validation for students can come about in many different ways in higher education. Often times they are not even sought out. But what if there was a purposeful framework that is already being practiced to support, validate and meet students and their community where they are at? Tune in to learn more about Cultural Strengths and its positive effect on students.

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Episode 13 – College of Engineering, Computer Science & Construction Management and the Engineering Student Success Center

First Generation - One of Many 03/01/2021

Welcome to our next installment about a CSU, Chico resource. On this episode we are joined by Jen McKee to learn what the College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Construction Management (ECC) is doing to support students, faculty and staff. Jen is the ECC College Advising and Retention Specialist (CARS) and coordinates the Engineering Student Success Center. To do this, they have developed clear paths to tutoring, financial and academic planning, collaborative learning communities, and effective study environments for all REACH students.

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Episode 10 – Chico Student Success Center (CSSC) REACH Program

First Generation - One of Many 02/09/2021

On this episode we are joined by staff and students from the Chico Student Success Center (CSSC) REACH (Raising Educational Achievement in Collaborative Hubs) Program. The CSSC and REACH seeks to serve and support first generation, low income and traditionally under-represented learners, from outreach to graduation, with personalized attention to their academic goals and individual journey. To do this, they have developed clear paths to tutoring, financial and academic planning, collaborative learning communities, and effective study environments for all REACH students.

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Episode 9.5 – CSU, Chico’s College of Humanities & Fine Arts Success Studio

First Generation - One of Many 01/22/2021

This is the first of our episodes that will highlight resources and programs at CSU, Chico. We are joined by Kylee Sharp to learn what the college of Humanities and Fine Arts (HFA) is doing to support students, faculty and staff. Kylee is the HFA College Advising and Retention Specialist (CARS) and coordinates the HFA Success Studio.

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Episode 8 – Planting Seeds – First Generation Students in Agriculture

First Generation - One of Many 01/02/2021

Do you wonder where your food, clothing or other plant based materials come from? Who works to provide these resources to us? On this episode we explore the world of agriculture from three different perspectives. One of our guests is a current first-generation student and the other two are first-generation alum. Each of them will provide insights to their experiences in agriculture and share thoughts on access, equity and inclusion in the field.

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Episode 7 – The History of the First-Native American Resilience

First Generation - One of Many 12/07/2020

On this episode we are joined by three guests – the Tribal Relations Specialist from Chico State’s Tribal Relations Office, a faculty member from Multicultural Gender Studies who is an enrolled member of the Nor Rel Muk Wintu Nation and is also Hupa, and our third guest is a Chico State student who is Machoopda Maidu and is active on campus and in the Chico community. With the help of our guests, we break through the generalizations of Native American History and through the years of resilience. We learn more about our Mechoopda tribe, and are enlightened to the issues […]

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Episode 6 – Music & Language – Unavoidable Forms of Magic

First Generation - One of Many 11/10/2020

What is said to feed the soul and be pure forms of magic? Music & language. They always surround us regardless of where we are, and they serve as a tools for healing and much more. In this episode we discuss the beauty and power of music and language and how they impact us and affect various aspect of our lives and communities. We are joined by Pa Vue and Tray Robinson, who enlighten our relationships with music and language.

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Episode 4 – Learning 6ft Apart

First Generation - One of Many 09/16/2020

Sorry, due to unknown microphone issues, parts of this episode have background static. It is still audible, however with intermittent static. p.s. – it is josh’s fault 🙂 Amidst a global pandemic the world is learning how to adjust and redevelop…well, everything! With a focused lens on education, we look into what that has been like for faculty and students. How it has varied from professor to professor and even some of the positives this experience has provided our students.

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