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Join hosts Tim Frederiks and Fran Gavin in the studio as they welcome Oxford Superintendent Bob Magnuson to discuss various legislation impacting schools as the result of CoVid-19, including the HS Bridge Year option and various “learning gap” measures.  Use the media player below to listen to the episode.

We have a special double episode of Leadership Matters for this week.  You can use the embedded media players to listen to each episode. 1st Episode Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they welcome Centenary doctoral student David Carr into the virtual WNTI studios for a discussion on the innovative lineman project – […]

Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they welcome doctoral student Ryan Lausch and Dr. Daniel Lane into the WNTI virtual studios for a discussion on leadership in times of crisis. Dr. Lane was a leader in the New Jersey public educational system for over 30 years, including the period of time just after […]

Join Professor Barbara Lewthwaite and John Del Re as members of the LAS1305 Wellness class present how they are managing the freshman experience at Centenary University.  This special edition of Centenary Management Radio was recorded virtually with class sessions 1 and 2. Episode 1 Episode 2

In this episode of Leadership Matters, hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks welcome Cristianna Cooke-Gibbs, Public Health Officer in Washington Township, New Jersey.  A lively discussion regarding the roles and functions of the office of Public Health, especially during the pandemic will take place.  Specific areas of conversation involve contact tracing, interface with other agencies […]

Join hosts Tim Frederiks and Fran Gavin as they welcome Tia Murphy to the studio. Murphy’s volunteer experience with AARP spreads across a wide variety of advocacy initiatives as well as community engagement programs such as Life Reimagined, Fraud Watch Network and The Road to Livability. She has been a participant and facilitator of trainings, […]


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