The entries below are previously recorded CEFMA podcast episodes.
|April 8, 2020
||Welcome to CEFMA All Access
||CEFMA is proud to launch "CEFMA All Access," a prerecorded service provided for the membership as a resource for the latest Association news and hot topics across collegiate event and facility management. CEFMA All Access will be delivered as a bi-weekly podcast series via the CEFMA Member Community. Hosted by CEFMA Board Members Derek Doolitte, associate AD for facilities, operations and capital projects at UCLA, and Megan Welsch, director of operations and events at the University of Washington, each episode will showcase the latest industry news, as well as discussions with featured guests and subject-matter experts to keep members educated about the most recent trends in the collegiate events and facilities world.
||Derek Doolittle, UCLA
Megan Welsch, Washington
|April 15, 2020
||In this episode of CEFMA All Access, podcast hosts Derek Doolittle and Megan Welsch facilitate a conversation with CEFMA President Matt Oberlin, Associate AD for Capital Projects, Facilities & Event Management at Central Michigan University. The conversation discusses the latest Association news, as well as how folks are navigating the current reality in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
||Matt Oberlin, Central Michigan
|April 29, 2020
||In this episode of CEFMA All Access, podcast hosts Derek Doolittle and Megan Welsch welcome Brian Crow to the show. Crow is a professor of sport management at Slippery Rock University, where he also manages their intern program. The conversation in this episode centers around how students are fulfilling internship requirements with the current situation, what impacts that will have on their futures, and what we can do as professionals to support them getting into the industry.
||Brian Crow, Slippery Rock University
|May 21, 2020
||In this episode of CEFMA All Access, Derek and Megan welcome 2020 CEFMA Facility Manager of the Year Andy Crerar from the University of North Texas to the show. North Texas has initiated incredible growth in facility development in the last several years and Andy gives insight into the process behind the projects he's been involved with during his eight years in Denton.
||Andy Crerar, University of North Texas