In this episode, we talk about strategic planning and the skills needed to traverse such a complex undertaking. Our guests include John O'Brien, EDUCAUSE President and CEO, and Chris Bradney, Director of Strategic Technology Initiatives at California State University-San Bernardino.
Sarah J. Buszka is a public servant in higher education. From starting her career in brain imaging research, to leading a portfolio of six critical infrastructure & cyberinfrastructure services at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, to serving as a trusted advisor and strategic partner within Stanford University's schools and departments on technology strategy - she thrives in the higher education ecosystem.
Serving as the Chair of the EDUCAUSE Young Professionals Advisory Committee (YPAC), Sarah is committed to building a world where young professionals are necessary strategic partners in the business of higher education IT.
Sarah is an MPA Fellow at Cornell University (expected graduation December 2024). She received her B.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Psychology, Neurobiology, and Russian Language & Literature.
In this episode, we discuss five misconceptions about young professionals and why some people have a skewed vision of younger generations. (Recorded live at the EDUCAUSE 2023 Conference.)
Networking is an important part of building your higher education career, but it doesn't have to be a daunting task. Members of the EDUCAUSE Young Professionals Advisory Committee discuss strategies for making professional connections and finding your community.