Dr. Annie Alameda, Professor of Physical Education & Dr. Jessica Randolph, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science



We believe there are so many great courses here at Lindenwood University, designed by our faculty, it’s time we share and learn from each other through our podcast, WOW! I want to take that class! Join us for our 11th episode with Professor of Physical Education, Dr. Annie Alameda, and Assistant Professor of Exercise Science, Dr. Jessica Randolph. These wonderful instructors from the School of Health Sciences discuss the excellent experiential learning taking place in and out of the classroom. Their students are working in the field to understand fitness, nutrition, weight training, and so much more! Tune in for powerful and innovative ways to transform your classroom into a WOW experience for students! (music by Brian Elder, “Preservation Hall”, widerivermusic.com)


Robert Talbott, Assistant Professor of Information Systems



We believe there are so many great courses here at Lindenwood University, designed by our faculty, it’s time we share and learn from each other through our podcast, WOW! I want to take that class! Join us for our tenth episode with Assistant Professor of Information Systems in The Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship, Robert Talbott. His Business Analytics course is a must-take course for students (and faculty!) with its current content on how corporations use data from consumers. Talbott not only makes the course content relevant but uses engagement techniques so all students are involved and having fun in the learning process. After listening to this episode, you will want to enroll in Robert’s WOW! course! (music by Brian Elder, “Preservation Hall”, widerivermusic.com)


Dr. Anthony Scheffler, Dean of the School of Education



We believe there are so many great courses here at Lindenwood University, designed by our faculty, it’s time we share and learn from each other through our podcast, WOW! I want to take that class! Join us for our ninth episode with the Dean of the School of Education, Dr. Anthony Scheffler. He discusses the importance of experiential learning in the classroom. Dr. Scheffler shares his own experiences of working with students and stresses the importance for them to use their senses to truly understand and apply the content with the instructor’s guidance. Dr. Scheffler’s breadth of knowledge and background bring a wonderful perspective on the WOW! experience. (music by Brian Elder, “Preservation Hall”, widerivermusic.com)


Dr. Mitch Nasser, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership



We believe there are so many great courses here at Lindenwood University, designed by our faculty, it’s time we share and learn from each other through our podcast, WOW! I want to take that class! Join us for our eighth episode with Educational Leadership Assistant Professor, Dr. Mitch Nasser. His WOW! approach, whether it’s online, hybrid, or seated, offers students the support they need to be successful. Nasser challenges students while building lasting relationships in his classes focusing on higher education and dissertation writing. Join this engaging conversation for wonderful teaching and advising tips. (music by Brian Elder, “Preservation Hall”, widerivermusic.com)


Dr. Joe Alsobrook, Dean of Lindenwood Online



We believe there are so many great courses here at Lindenwood University, designed by our faculty, it’s time we share and learn from each other through our podcast, WOW! I want to take that class! Join us for our seventh episode with the Dean of Lindenwood Online, Dr. Joe Alsobrook. Hear innovative ways to reinvent courses (online, seated, or hybrid) so the student experience is impactful. Dr. Alsobrook discusses the four dimensions of building a WOW course: intensions, expectations, experiences, and opportunities. Tune in to hear the details of each dimension and many more inspiring ways to make learning meaningful. (music by Brian Elder, “Preservation Hall”, widerivermusic.com)


Brittany Brown, Director of the Learning Academy



We believe there are so many great courses here at Lindenwood University, designed by our faculty, it’s time we share and learn from each other through our podcast, WOW! I want to take that class! Join us for our sixth episode with Director of the Learning Academy, Brittany Brown. The Learning Academy is all about offering opportunities for Lindenwood employees and Brittany describes the wonderful development offerings now and in the future. She also tells her inspiring personal story of what brought her to this campus and her passion for working with the Lindenwood crew. Hear what the Learning Academy has to offer on this episode of WOW! (music by Brian Elder, “Preservation Hall”, widerivermusic.com)


Dr. Lauren McCoy, Assistant Professor of English



We believe there are so many great courses here at Lindenwood University, designed by our faculty, it’s time we share and learn from each other through our podcast, WOW! I want to take that class! Join us for our fifth episode with Assistant Professor of English in the School of Humanities, Dr. Lauren McCoy. Her students are at the forefront of the learning process, even serving as their own interventionists, suggesting texts and discussion topics. Student engagement is just one factor that makes Dr. McCoy courses a WOW! Join the conversation to hear more tips for making online and seated classes captivating, innovative, and dynamic. (music by Brian Elder, “Preservation Hall”, widerivermusic.com)


Dr. Monica Flippin Wynn, Associate Professor of Communications



We believe there are so many great courses here at Lindenwood University, designed by our faculty, it’s time we share and learn from each other through our podcast, WOW! I want to take that class! Join us for our fourth episode with Associate Professor of Communications in the Accelerated Degree Program, Dr. Monica Flippin Wynn. Her innovative courses engage students by incorporating technology; Dr. Flippin Wynn thinks about the outcomes of her courses and uses various instructional strategies and technological methods to have her students reach those measures. Her energy and advice is outstanding! Join the conversation! (music by Brian Elder, “Preservation Hall”, widerivermusic.com)


Dr. Neil Ralston, Professor of Journalism



We believe there are so many great courses here at Lindenwood University, designed by our faculty, it’s time we share and learn from each other through our podcast, WOW! I want to take that class! Join us for our third episode with Journalism Professor, Dr. Neil Ralston. He discusses the key to teaching journalism: experiential learning. Students’ hands on experiences and perspectives are the center of this conversation; so tune in for great advice and to hear what the journalists of tomorrow are doing today! (music by Brian Elder, “Preservation Hall”, widerivermusic.com)


Dr. Jill Hutcheson, Associate Professor of Education



We believe there are so many great courses here at Lindenwood University, designed by our faculty, it’s time we share and learn from each other through our podcast, WOW! I want to take that class! Join us for our second episode with Education Professor, Dr. Jill Hutcheson. Her class has students applying instructional strategies they will use with their future students and learning innovative lessons from Discover Nature Schools. Hutcheson shares many insights for future teachers and current faculty to make their course a WOW! (music by Brian Elder, “Preservation Hall”, widerivermusic.com)