PODCAST: Inside Berklee–Carin Nuernberg

By 
Mike Keefe-Feldman
August 22, 2017
Carin Nuernberg; image by Craig Reed
Carin Nuernberg, Berklee's vice president of online education
Image by Craig Reed

Carin Nuernberg is Berklee’s vice president of online education. A foundational member in the development of Berklee Online, Nuernberg has played a vital role in establishing the current model of online music education. During her tenure, Berklee Online has launched nearly 200 online courses and won a University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) Award annually for the past eight years.

“The biggest joy for me is the students,” Nuernberg says. “We’re giving people access to Berklee and Berklee faculty and helping them achieve their dreams. There’s nothing better than that.”

In this Inside Berklee podcast, Nuernberg, who has also led Berklee’s participation in free massive open online courses (MOOCs), as well as Berklee Press, discusses Berklee Online’s forthcoming master’s degree program, and how students can take advantage of flexible pathways to study and earn degrees with Berklee through an array of online and in-person options.

Producer: Mike Keefe-Feldman
Recording engineer: Brian Rajaratnam
Mixing engineer: Andres González Cardona
Recorded in partnership with the Berklee Internet Radio Network (BIRN)