St. Edward’s University professors are excited to welcome students back to the classroom this fall. 

Regardless of where or how your class meets, your professors will know your name and face, just like they would during a typical semester. You’ll work with your fellow students on group projects and present real-time. Professors will foster robust discussions that spark curiosity and advance knowledge. 

But what does all of that really mean? What will your experience look like in the classroom?

We’re bringing SEU to You, a new mini-podcast, in which professors give you a sneak peek into their thinking for their classes. Even if your exact courses aren’t highlighted, this should give you an idea of what remote and in-person instruction will be like.

Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.​

Episode 1: Jena Heath

Online Course

Episode 3: Lisa Goering

Episode 5: Lance Bennett

Episode 7: Monica Hernandez

Episode 9: Casie Parish Fisher

Episode 11: Emily Bernate

Episode 13: Tim Braun

Episode 15: Kelley Coblentz Bautch

Episode 17: Mary Dunn

Episode 19: Beth Eakman

Episode 21: The Bill Munday School of Business

Episode 23: School of Natural Sciences

Episode 2: Hollis Hammonds

Blended Course

Episode 4: David Altounian

Episode 6: Jim McNabb

Episode 8: Christie Wilson

Episode 10: Sasha West

Episode 12: Drew Loewe

Episode 14: Paul Walter

Episode 16: Emily Barton

Episode 18: David Thomason

Episode 20: School of Arts & Humanities 

Episode 22: School of Behavioral & Social Science