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Dr. Jeff Martin and Dr. Gretchen Sneegas discuss their work on Critical Worldbuilding, which uses a social scientific lens to analyze the built worlds in speculative media like sci-fi, fantasy, games, movies, and more. They discuss the broader applications of their work for pedagogy, politics, and policy.…
 
Lisa Rosen, the Associate Director of the Committee on education at UChicago, sat down with UC3P to discuss the benefits that could come from CPS adopting a culturally responsive curriculum and explain the challenges facing the implementation of these curricular changes.על ידי UC3P
 
Olu Ogidan (MPP ’21), for co-producing and co-interviewing Sowmya Karun (MAIDP ’20), for co-producing and co-interviewing Bryce Fields (MAPSS ’17), for co-producing and co-interviewing David Raban (JD/MPP ’20), for engineering and editing. Big ups as well to 2019-20’s other APMs: Arjun Motta, Sidhant Wadhera, and Suo Wu. Congratulations to Sidhant …
 
Content Warning: This episode contains explicit language. Welcome to our newest mini-series: Policy Jam. In this series of quarterly episodes, we’ll first explore a topic through an interview with a policy expert, and then we’ll write a song about it. Today’s topic is immigration. Carmelo de Grazia and Olu Ogidan spoke with Sarah Pierce, a policy a…
 
In Naked Love 6, we explore what folks’ relationships have been like during the current COVID-19 pandemic. We hosted a group conversation to hear how both new and long-term relationships have adjusted during these strange times. Brianne Johnson, a graduate student at VCU’s Brandcenter, takes us through reconciling commitment with her own changing a…
 
In this episode, the Main Page team got to speak with Dr. Jeffrey Butts, Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Director of the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center. Dr. Butts walked us through gun violence as a public health issue – what sorts of interventions have been researched, the degrees of success, and how we should be app…
 
In this episode, the Main Page team got to speak with Mary Stonor Saunders, Executive Director of Strides for Peace. Strides for Peace is an organization that aims to empower, amplify, and collaborate with community groups working to end gun violence in Chicago. Podcast Production Credits: Arjun Motta (MBA/MPP ’22), for producing and engineering Si…
 
For the next three episodes, UC3P: The Main Page presents a three episode mini-series: Gun Violence: The Other Epidemic. In this episode, we focus on policy advocacy. We spoke with Kris Brown, the President of Brady. Brady is a nonprofit organization working to help end America’s gun violence epidemic. In our conversation, Ms. Brown spoke about Bra…
 
Dr. Raghuram Rajan discusses the economic impact of COVID-19 and the associated policy responses in both the United States and developing countries. Dr. Rajan is a former head of the Reserve Bank of India –– which is India’s equivalent of the Federal Reserve –– and is now the Katherine Dusak Miller Distinguished Service Professor of Finance at the …
 
Anna Carroll of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) analyzes the US policy responses to COVID-19 and gives insight into the best and worst-case scenarios for how the virus could play out. Here are Ms. Carroll's most recent articles: On Privacy: https://www.csis.org/analysis/find-my-friends-pandemic-future-contact-tracing-ameri…
 
Last week, we shared some reflections from the Harris community to tell us how they’ve been coping at this moment. Today, we asked students how they've been sheltering at home. Podcast Production Credits: Yi Ning Wong (MPP '21), for producing and interviewing Rachel Li (MPP'20), for editing David Raban (JD/MPP '20), for supervising Special thanks t…
 
In this interview with Dr. Joshua Epstein, Professor of Epidemiology at New York University and head of their Agent-Based Modeling Lab we discuss coronavirus, immunity, fear, and vaccination. For a deeper look at some of his ideas on fear and the virus look at his recent article in Politico: https://www.politico.com/amp/news/magazine/2020/03/31/cor…
 
It’s been an uncertain few weeks of adjustment and change, and our communities will look different for a while. We want to provide some reflections and we asked a few people from the Harris community to tell us how they’ve been coping at this moment. Today, we share stories in Hyde Park -- we hope that this can help be a centering point for you. Po…
 
Two years ago, we spoke with Martin Joseph, a jazz composer and pianist. He has lived a long life of jazz, and he was kind enough to sit down and talk to us about it. In this episode, you hear his tracks “Chiaroscuro” from Mystery Box, “Africa” and “One for Reinhard” from The Day of the Rainbow, and “For Matisse I” from Roundabout. You can find and…
 
We spoke this week with former Congresswoman Shelley Berkley, who formerly represented Nevada in the U.S. House of Representatives. She is now the CEO and senior provost of the Touro College and University System in Nevada. Congresswoman Berkely spoke with us about politics during the primary season, including the debates, the Nevada caucuses, and …
 
We spoke with Abdul El-Sayed, an activist and former Michigan gubernatorial candidate. Dr. El-Sayed previously practiced as a physician, earned a Rhodes Scholarship, and served as the top official for Detroit’s Department of Health. We talked with Dr. El-Sayed about the primary season, addressing radical problems, and how becoming a father has chan…
 
We spoke with John Bouman, President of the Shriver Center. The Shriver Center is a legal aid nonprofit that tackles issues related to poverty. Topics we discussed included what poverty looks like in America, progressive income taxes, and how racial injustices intersect with poverty. To find out more about the Shriver Center’s work, check out their…
 
It’s Valentine’s Day 2020, and you know what that means: it’s time for Naked Love! Today’s episode is about life for students who are engaged or married. Our Naked Love team spoke with one student at the Harris School of Public Policy and another in the College about married/engaged life. It included how they met their respective partners, how they…
 
Audra Grassia is a veteran technical process manager who has extensive experience using data and analytics at private, political, and non-profit organizations. She previously served as the Deputy Political Director for the Democratic Governors Association, as a Client Engagement Manager at Civis Analytics, and on the Analytics team for the Hillary …
 
Irene Sanpietro (JD ’20) spoke with Barbara McQuade, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan. They discussed cybersecurity, police profiling, and progressive prosecution. Specific topics included effective crime interventions in dialogue with communities, and how encryption has changed law enforcement. Check out her academic page …
 
Sowmya Karun (MAIDP ’20) and Yash Kirkire (MPP ’21) spoke with Liz Dozier, the Founder and Managing Director of Chicago Beyond, a philanthropy and impact investor investing in disruptive, community centric organizations and ideas to transform youth living in fragile communities. They discussed her work in the Chicago Public school systems, how she …
 
Steve Crano (MPP ’20) spoke with Greg Gershuny, Executive Director of the Aspen Institute’s Energy and Environment Program. They talked about Aspen Institute’s role on policy education, the upcoming Inter-Policy School Summit, and Greg’s work in the Obama administration. Steve and Greg Gershuny worked together to put on this year’s Inter-Policy Sch…
 
Today, we introduce our newest mini-series: Bite-Size Policy. Bite-Size Policy is a collaboration with the Paul Douglas Institute, where researchers from this student-run think tank at the University of Chicago present their research in a way that enables our viewers to know the issues and what they can do about it. In this episode, Jacob Leppek (M…
 
For this episode we talk with Lauren Sampson, a civil rights attorney who focuses on impact litigation. She works for a nonprofit, Lawyers for Civil Rights. They’ve done work on immigrants’ rights, economic justice, and police accountability. We spoke with her about her recent work in education equity, climate justice, and other civil rights issues…
 
Today’s episode is an interview with Jane Coaston, a reporter who reports on conservatism for Vox and co-host of the podcast, The Weeds. We spoke with her about the different types of conservatism, including fiscal conservatism and movement conservatism. We also asked her if she ever feels that she needs to act “balanced” in her journalism and what…
 
Julian Lake (MPP '19) talks with Professor Eric Oliver about nationalism and populism. He teaches political science at the University of Chicago, and his research focuses include contemporary American politics, political psychology, and public support for conspiracy theories. This interview was originally recorded in early 2018 and edited for Novem…
 
Evan Smith is a public interest attorney and the Director of Advocacy for AppalReD, a nonprofit that gives free legal services in rural Appalachia. We spoke about what it’s like to work in rural America, the legal issues people face in that part of the country, and what we can do to help. In full disclosure, the interviewer, David Raban, worked for…
 
Today, we’re back with our most popular mini-series: Naked Love. This episode is all about finding the perfect match. We talk about dating algorithms, matchmaking services, and social matches. The Naked Love Team consists of Emily Kelin, Olina Yang, Franziska Harling, Ivanna Shevel, and Katie James. Special thanks to Susan Paykin and Lauren Li for …
 
We speak with award-winning author and activist Marianne Williamson, who is running for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. She spoke with UC3P about a number of topics, including foreign policy and her Department of Peace, healthcare for undocumented immigrants, reparations, values in making public policy, and truth. Podc…
 
Today, we speak with Minnesota State Attorney General Keith Ellison. We spoke with him about impeachment, the health of Senator Bernie Sanders, the vaping crisis, and the No Ban Act. His new podcast is "Affording Your Life with Keith Ellison." Credits: David Raban, for producing, interviewing, and editing Haz Yano, for engineering David Raban is ou…
 
Welcome to Season Four of UC3P! This eponymously named podcast is on politics, policy, and current affairs, and it's made entirely by students at the University of Chicago. This season, we're excited to bring a number of changes to the show. First, all episodes will be 15-30 minutes long. Second, we're now recording in our brand-new podcast studio.…
 
In this episode, Former Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration Anne Richard joins us along with panelists Arnaldo Cruz, Poppy Coleman, and Elaine Li to answer entertaining trivia questions about recent news events! Credits: Hosting, producing, scripting and editing: Jason Zukus Announcing and Scorekeeping: Iszy Licht E…
 
For over 35 years, John Prendergast has worked as a human rights and anti-corruption activist to create and sustain peace in Africa. He served as the Director of African Affairs on the National Security Council under the Clinton Administration, and has founded and worked for a variety of humanitarian organizations. Prendergast is the founding direc…
 
Kat Burnham (MPP '20), speaks with Emily Harmon and Calisto Ololngojine about their short film, American Life, which looks at gang violence in Englewood. Emily wrote and directed the film and Calisto produced. In this episode, they share their experiences creating and developing the film and discuss how they hope the film will encourage broader con…
 
Rimsha Nazeer (AB'20, Economics and Public Policy Studies) interviews Zarek Drozda (AB'19, Economics) and Vanessa Ma (AB'20, Economics and Neuroscience) about their recent research with the Paul Douglas Institute on a resolution that could make Chicago the largest city to go 100% renewable. You can find their research using the link below: https://…
 
In this interview, Lucía Delgado Sanchez (MPP '18) travels to Mexico and interviews Rafael Fonseca about his yearlong work with the United Nations Small Grants Program in the Dominican Republic. Credits: Lucía Delgado Sanchez for interviewing Peter Biava for sound production David Raban for editing Shirin Raban for cover design…
 
Prabhat Singh (MPP ’20) talks to Austin Wright, assistant professor at Harris School of Public Policy, about the US-Mexico border wall, voter suppression in US, and troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. Prof Wright leverages his global research on these issues to inform his view. Credits: Prabhat Singh, for interviewing and producing Haz Yano, for eng…
 
Himanshu Dave (MPP '18) travels to India and interviews Jaclyn "Jackie" Williams about her 10-week summer internship with Brookings India, based in New Delhi. Credits: Himanshu Dave for interviewing Peter Biava for sound production David Raban for editingעל ידי UC3P
 
In this episode, Beth Karp (JD/MPP '20) interviews Professor Geoffrey R. Stone, the Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago Law School, and Gustavo Gil (MPP '18) interviews Professor Jennifer Kubota, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology and The Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture at…
 
UC3P sits down with former Secretary of Education Arne Duncan to talk about his thoughts on the state of education in the US as well as his current work on gun violence in Chicago. Credits: Julian Lake, for interviewing David Raban, for producing, engineering, and editingעל ידי UC3P
 
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