The RVCC podcast series includes lectures,interviews, event recordings and other items of interest to the College community. You can choose to subscribe to our podcast or simply click on the individual mp3 audio files to listen right away.
"Hydrogen Economy: The Long Wait is Over" Lecture presented by Mike Strizki of the Hydrogen House Project. This lecture is presented as part of the RVCC Earth Week. Recorded April 23, 2014.
"Nashad L. Warfield" Mr. Warfield has worked for such top organizations as Procter & Gamble and BLACK ENTERPRISE magazine. As a professional motivational speaker and trainer for over 15 years, Warfield has traveled the country sharing the principles of academic and life success with high school and college students. Presented by the SGA/PTK Leadership Series. Recorded April 10, 2014.
"RVCC Business Transfer Information Session" (video) Panelists represented from MetLife, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Fordham University, Montclair State University and RVCC Student Alumni. Recorded March 26, 2014.
"On Being Colored - A Woman and a Poet When Harlem was in Vogue" with Dr. Cheryl Wall. Dr. Wall is the Rutgers University Board of Governors Zora Neale Hurston Professor of English. Recorded March 27, 2014.
"Visualizing Civil Rights: The Supreme Court and Reproductive Rights" Panelists: Dr. Karen Gaffney, Professor Maria De Filippis, Esq., Dr. Barbara Seater and Moderated by Dr. Lauren Braun - Strumfels. Recorded on March 26, 2014.
"Taxes 101" with RVCC Professors Anne Marie Anderson and Michael Fagan. The lecture was presented by the RVCC club ENACTUS. Recorded March 20, 2014.
"Conversation: Personal Journeys and Opinions on Leadership" Panelists Linda Wellbrock, President of Leading Women Entrepreneurs, Theresa Richardson, CPA at Withurn, Smith and Brown and Lisa Quaglia, VP Retail Market Manager at TD Bank. This panel was presented by the RVCC Phi Theta Kappa and the Student Government Association. Recorded March 20, 2014.
"Are Rednecks the Last Racists?" (video) Lecture by Professor Karen Gaffney, RVCC English Department. This lecture is presented by the Paul Robeson Center for Ethics, Leadership and Social Justice. Educators Seminar: Civil Rights. Recorded February 27, 2014.