We Are Wake Tech
“We Are Wake Tech” is the official podcast for Wake Technical Community College. Hosted by President Dr. Scott Ralls and produced by Wake Tech’s Communications and Marketing team, each episode features informative and meaningful conversations about academic and workforce training programs, industry and community partnerships, and new trends and initiatives impacting higher education, economic development and our quality of life.
Each episode includes a Wake Tech Pro Tips segment featuring Wake Tech subject matter experts and a Wake Tech News Update highlighting recent and upcoming news and events.
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|Jun 21, 2022||Episode 17: An Introduction to Wake Tech's Public Safety Programs with Dr. Jamie WickerDr. Jamie Wicker, provost of the Public Safety Education Division and chief campus officer of the Public Safety Education Campus, takes pride in Wake Tech's commitment to public safety. Hear how the college is meeting the needs of our community while preparing students for success.|
|May 17, 2022||Episode 16: A Conversation with Dr. Nicole Reaves, Wake Tech's Executive Vice President and Chief Programs OfficerExecutive Vice President and Chief Programs Officer Dr. Nicole Reaves opens up about the breadth and depth of Wake Tech's degree and non-degree programs, enrollment and student services and effectiveness and innovation.|
|Apr 19, 2022||Episode 15: New Hendrick Center for Automotive ExcellenceDavid Favre, dean of Transportation Technologies and director of the Hendrick Center for Automotive Excellence, talks about the opening of the state-of-the-art Hendrick Center at Scott Northern Wake Campus.|
|Mar 18, 2022||Episode 14: Building the Future of Life SciencesLeslie Isenhour, director of the BioNetwork Capstone Center and department head of Biotechnology programs at Wake Tech, talks about exciting new biotechnology programs and the new Lilly Science and Technology Center at RTP Campus.|
|Feb 18, 2022||Episode 13: College and Career ReadinessDr. Michael Ellis, dean of College and Career Readiness, explains how CCR programs are the front door to starting college for many Wake Tech students.|