In this podcast episode of “Academically Speaking,” Dr. Theodorea Regina Berry interviews Dr. Harrison Oonge, the assistant dean for Academic Planning for the University of Central Florida’s College of Undergraduate Studies. Dr. Oonge discusses his educational background, including his bachelor’s degree in education from Kenyatta University in Kenya. Dr. Oonge delves into the initiatives he works on, such as Success Pathways and Curriculum Alignment.

Academically Speaking is available through all your favorite podcast services and is available on our podcast webpage.

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