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UCL (University College London) is consistently ranked among the world's top ten universities (QS World University Rankings 2010 - 2021). Our excellence extends across all academic disciplines, from one of the world's foremost centres for research and teaching in the biological sciences to world-renowned centres for architecture (UCL Bartlett), education (UCL IOE) and fine art (UCL Slade School). UCL is London's leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 13,000 staff and 43,000 stu ...
 
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UCLA Housing Voice

UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies

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Why does the housing market seem so broken? And what can we do about it? UCLA Housing Voice tackles these questions in conversation with leading housing researchers, with each episode centered on a study and its implications for creating more affordable and accessible communities.
 
Our mission: In partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, the Public Mental Health Partnership at UCLA aims to realize a vision for excellence in care for vulnerable populations that incorporates typically marginalized perspectives and builds capacity to foster health equity. Visit our website for more information: pmhp.ucla.edu
 
Catch up with any event you have missed. The public event podcast series from UCL Political Science brings together the impressive range of policy makers, leading thinkers, practitioners, and academics who speak at our events. Further information about upcoming events can be found via our website: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/political-science/political-science
 
Our brand new podcast, #MadeAtUCL, explores the disruptive discoveries emerging from UCL! Our host, and recent UCL graduate, Suzie McCarthy, talks to UCL researchers answering life's big questions; from green infrastructure to artificial intelligence, space exploration to treating cancer. Explore all the disruptive discoveries from UCL: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/podcasts
 
It's here, 2012 UCLA Football Season. New Head Coach Jim Mora has instilled a much needed toughness & discipline to the program. Tune in weekly every Tuesday & Thursday nights from 7:30pm - 8:30pm (PST) with Michael S. Martinez a former UCLA Player & Rick Kimbrel UCLA recruiting analyst. We'll give game analysis, assess players & coaches performances, give recruiting updates & cover the Pac-12 Conference.
 
The official podcast of the UCLA Law Review. In each episode of Dialectic, we discuss a legal topic from a recent or forthcoming UCLA Law Review article. Often we do this by interviewing our published authors about their legal academic work. On occasion, we ask other academics and professionals to comment on our published pieces. By speaking with both our own authors and leaders in other, nonacademic fields, we hope to generate an ongoing dialogue that will supplement our print journal and b ...
 
A podcast to discuss the findings of student projects run by Cathy Elliott and funded by the UCL Arena Centre. In the new series, NewCL, Cathy and Coskun Guclu discuss the experiences of first generation students at UCL. We are grateful to all the students who shared their stories with us. Thanks also to Dave Pickering for his help in producing and editing the podcast and to the UCL Arena Centre for the money to do the project and the UCL Department of Political Science for all their support ...
 
Keep it Civil, the biweekly engineering podcast from UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, explores the fascinating and diverse world of engineering. We sit down with top engineers from UCL and beyond to discuss some amazing projects tackling real-world problems and shine a light on aspects of engineering science that may not have been on your radar. http://www.cege.ucl.ac.uk Banner image: Pointcloud of La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey, by Charles Thomson, 3DIMPact Research Group (H ...
 
A podcast with School of Public Policy and UCL academics alongside practitioners who will discuss the politics and policy of Covid-19. The format of the podcast will include short presentations from each speaker, with most of the time dedicated to discussion and debate. Listeners will have the option to pre-submit questions to our panel using the links on our website and each podcast will be available to listen to on all major platforms at any time following release.
 
Presented by Doctor, writer and TV Presenter Xand Van Tulleken and community health psychologist, UCL lecturer and self-proclaimed hippie, Dr Rochelle Burgess. This podcast is about public health, but more importantly, it’s about the systems that need disrupting to make public health better. In each episode, we’ll be challenging the status quo of this field, asking what needs to change, why and how to get there. Each month we’ll be joined by activists, scholars, artists, comedians and indust ...
 
In this new series, UCL Future Cities explores the complexity of urban living. We’ll be examining today’s most crucial topics and how technology, climate change, health and society all interconnect with the urban spaces of tomorrow. Listen to cutting edge conversations from experts who ask what the future of our cities might be and how new research and applied innovation can help. In this first six-part series, we’re looking at London and what the future holds for the city’s many communities ...
 
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Hear how UCL economics researchers and campaigning journalists put keeping fossil fuels in the ground and divestment on the climate crisis agenda.Guests: • Prof Paul Ekins, UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources and the UK Energy Research Centre• Dr Christophe McGlade, Head of the Energy Supply Unit, IEA• Damian Carrington, Environment Editor, The…
 
Displacement of civilian populations is a feature of politics in many parts of the world. War is perhaps the most familiar driver of displacement – we have seen that, of course, on a tragic scale in Ukraine in recent months. But other factors lead people to leave their homes too, including government development policies and the effects of climate …
 
Orange County Register reporter James H. Williams and former UCLA linebacker Josh Woods talk about the latest happenings in college football regarding NIL (Name-Image-Likeness) and the transfer portal and where UCLA football fits in with all of it. Josh shares which NIL opportunities he would consider, including Fat Sal's, if NIL started during his…
 
This week we are looking at apps and technology, and whether they can help us fight the climate crisis. Listen now to hear host Mark Maslin chat to Chris Tan, Co-Founder of Marble app and UCL master's student, and Ed Caldecott, co-founder of TrainHugger. Mark and his guests are discussing how apps can be vital tools for consumers, the fight to keep…
 
Orange County Register reporter James H. Williams and former UCLA linebacker Josh Woods share their early impressions for the Bruins' defense and what the expectations are for the returning players (00:05:00). The duo also breaks down some of the new faces that transferred in during the offseason, including linebacker Darius Muasau (Hawaii) and the…
 
Dave and Tracy discuss UCLA's football recruiting in May and the potential return of Jules Bernard to UCLA basketball... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי Bruin Report Online, 247Sports, UCLA, UCLA Football, UCLA Basketball
 
Welcome back to series three of Made at UCL! Cerys Bradley is our producer-turned-host this year alongside six new UCL student hosts. Join Cerys, Taqwa Sadiq, Chanju Mwanza and Katie Davies for this months episode: Data Moves. We’re looking at the impact of data, the absence of data and how data can be utilised across three of our incredible REF ca…
 
Climate change is perhaps the greatest challenge facing humans today. Yet politics appears to be failing to deliver the required response. Students of politics are therefore conducting a wealth of research to understand what’s happening and what could be done better. But is that research actually doing any good? Is it contributing to better outcome…
 
How UCL research led by care experienced people has restored children’s voices to official records of their time in care.Guests:Elizabeth Shepherd, Professor of Archives and Records Management in the Department of Information Studies at UCLJohn-george Nicholson, care experienced adult and co-researcherDavid Holmes, CEO of Family ActionAccess the tr…
 
Why are bees and wasps so important? Join host Helen Czerski this week as she dives into why insects are so critical to our ecosystem, how the climate crisis is impacting them and what the long term impact will be. Helen is joined by Dr Tim Newbold and Dr Seirian Sumner from UCL Division of Biosciences as they debate why wasps are as important as b…
 
Human Trafficking can be described as the unlawful act of transporting or coercing people in order to benefit from their work or service, typically in the form of forced labor or sexual exploitation. This panel will be emphasizing the experiences of human trafficking within the AAPI community. The impact of these unconscionable acts of servitude on…
 
Behavioral tailoring is a cognitive-behavioral, recovery-oriented set of strategies that helps individuals with mental illnesses, substance use disorders, and co-occurring disorders meet personal goals. While it’s widely used to enhance recovery for medication management, behavioral tailoring can be used for so much more! Join us as we explore the …
 
Dave and Tracy talk about the official visitors this weekend and analyze the football and basketball recruiting strategies... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי Bruin Report Online, 247Sports, UCLA, UCLA Football, UCLA Basketball
 
Orange County Register reporter James H. Williams and former UCLA linebacker Josh Woods talk about their experience with the football program and why this should be the first college football podcast you listen to each week regarding the Bruins. Woods talks about his football career and his journey to Westwood (00:07:20). He also shares some fun st…
 
Most of the UK went to the polls last week, and the vote in Northern Ireland was perhaps particularly significant. Next year will mark 25 years since the 1998 Belfast or Good Friday Agreement, which brought peace to Northern Ireland after nearly 30 years of conflict. The power-sharing arrangements established by the Agreement have brought many succ…
 
Professor Jayant Vaidya explains how, as a young surgeon in Mumbai, he set out to invent a new radiotherapy device to make his patients’ lives a little easier, and wound up discovering new things about how the body heals and transforming breast cancer surgery around the world.Guests:Marcelle Bernstein, diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012Dr Sandeep…
 
Professor Alison Rodger and activist Bruce Richman explain how people living with HIV came together with scientists to fight stigma and prove that Undetectable Equals Untransmittable.Guests:Bruce Richman, Founder and Director, Prevention Access CampaignProfessor Alison Rodger, Institute of Global Health, UCLAccess the transcript here: https://www.u…
 
Date of lecture: Tuesday 26 April 2022About the lecture:The Covid-19 pandemic has caused unexpected disruption to Western countries and studies suggest this has affected women more adversely than men. This is because they were over-represented in the most affected sectors of the economy and women, especially mothers, took a bigger share of housewor…
 
“We are at a point in Los Angeles and California, where we are seeing the population plateau or even decline for the first time since the 18th century. That is not only a statistical change it is a shift in how we define ourselves and our civic identity.” So says Christopher Hawthorne, one of many housing experts interviewed for a recently report p…
 
Welcome back to episode two of Generation One: The Climate Podcast. Mark’s here this week with two brilliant guests, Dr Virginie Le Masson, from the UCL Institute of Gender and Disaster, and Mathilde Rainard, master's student at the University of Leeds and UNFCCC Consultant. This week we’re talking about gender and how it intersects into the climat…
 
Welcome back to season three of #MadeAtUCL. We're mixing things up this season with six new student hosts joining Cerys Bradley our producer-turned-host from last season! We will be continuing to share stories from our community, bringing to life the research and work being done at UCLUCL's award-winning campaign, Disruptive Thinking Since 1826 and…
 
Dave and Tracy talk about the 2023-2024 roster and what the recruiting class might need to look like, and then talk more about offensive tackle issues for football... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי Bruin Report Online, 247Sports, UCLA, UCLA Football, UCLA Basketball
 
Civil rights icon, Reverend James Lawson Jr., shares his recollections of the 1960s and working closely with Martin Luther King Jr. Reverend Lawson presents the nonviolent movement in America as the "nuclear engine" of the mid-20th century civil rights movement, and as a strategic series of organizing campaigns for racial and economic justice. This…
 
Orange County Register reporter James H. Williams and former UCLA linebacker Josh Woods discuss the Chip Kelly's contract extension that will keep him as UCLA's football coach (starts at 00:00:35). The guys also react to the six Bruins drafted in the 2022 NFL Draft (starts at 00:15:33): No. 80, RD 3 – TE Greg Dulcich (Denver Broncos) No. 92, RD 3 –…
 
No democracy in the world has yet achieved equal representation for women in its national parliament. So it’s important to understand what could be done to improve the situation. One long-standing idea is that some electoral systems may be better than others in enabling fairer representation. A new article co-authored by Dr Eleanor Woodhouse, Lectu…
 
We all need skills to effectively navigate and manage life’s challenges. When we don’t have effective coping skills, however, we can feel overwhelmed, anxious, dysregulated, and stressed. Behavioral rehearsal strategies are incredibly effective in supporting a person as they develop new coping skills to help manage stress and stressful situations. …
 
Professor Monica Lakhanpaul, (UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health) and Dr Priti Parikh (Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction) are joined by Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng in South Africa to talk about how the UN Sustainable Development Goals can be adapted and achieved throughout Africa. Professor Phakeng is the Vice-Chancellor o…
 
Co-hosts Professor Monica Lakhanpaul, (UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health) and Dr Priti Parikh (Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction) delve into the impact that the pandemic has had on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Joining them are Professor Anthony Costello and Dr Rochelle Burgess (both UCL Institute for Global Health…
 
Professor Monica Lakhanpaul, (UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health) and Dr Priti Parikh (Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction) chat to Dr Kate Roll (UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose) about sustainable development. Dr Roll explores what the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) really mean, where they come from, …
 
Welcome back to season two of Generation One: The Climate Podcast! We're back with hosts Helen Czerski and Mark Maslin and this episode we're tackling plant based diets. Helen is joined by Tim Van Berkel, Co-Founder of Cornish Seaweed Company, Prof Tim Lang, emeritus professor at London City University and Dr Carole Dalin from UCL's Institute of Su…
 
Tracy and Dave talk about the state of the basketball roster and then discuss spring practice... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי Bruin Report Online, 247Sports, UCLA, UCLA Football, UCLA Basketball
 
Aman talks to Caswell and Steve about his journey from metallurgical engineering to multi-brain region neuroscience, how this has informed his rodent VR based studies of visual navigation, and what brains taste like.For more information and to access the transcript: www.ucl.ac.uk/research/domains/neuroscience/brain-stories-podcast Date of episode r…
 
Climate change is – as the article we’re discussing this week puts it – ‘the quintessential long-term problem’. Action is needed to avert massive long-term harm. But the steps that are required will generate short-term costs. Democracies are famously short-termist. Politicians who want to be re-elected don’t like imposing short-term costs on voters…
 
Is housing a human right — or should it be? What obligations would that place on government, and on each of us, to ensure that everyone has access to adequate housing? Casey Dawkins addresses these and many other questions in his new book, Just Housing. Dr. Dawkins traces the history of land and housing reformers across American history, and how ou…
 
For this podcast we are visited by Sherry Hamby (University of the South) who talks to us about her community research group. The podcast is hosted by Jennifer McGowan (UCL). This podcast covers: 1. What is the relationship between individual and community resilience? 2. What cultural and socio-economic conditions needs to be considered in communit…
 
This presentation will outline the basics of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), an evidence-based psychotherapy for emotion dysregulation that helps people become more mindful as they simultaneously work on improving interpersonal relationships, tolerating distress, and regulating intense emotions. This presentation will introduce you to practical…
 
We talk about the decisions for Jaquez, Bernard, and Juzang and then discuss spring practice and Odua Isibor's decision to transfer... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי Bruin Report Online, 247Sports, UCLA, UCLA Football, UCLA Basketball
 
This presentation will outline the basics of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), an evidence-based psychotherapy for emotion dysregulation that helps people become more mindful as they simultaneously work on improving interpersonal relationships, tolerating distress, and regulating intense emotions. This presentation will introduce you to practical…
 
So far in this series, we’ve talked a lot about the limitations of space and how to make the built environment better, fairer, and more accessible to everyone and much of that conversation has centred around getting more voices involved in the design process, opening up architecture to a more diverse community. Join host Christoph for episode five …
 
Join hosts Xand and Rochelle for Episode 2 ‘Singing the praises of communities with Dr Daisy Fancourt and Eric Whitacre. “Every single person feels part of something larger than themselves.” Communities are vital for a functioning society, but in an ever-changing world, has the concept of what ‘community’ means evolved into something new? Can virtu…
 
Summary Grammy-award winning composer and conductor Eric Whitacre joins chair of the UK’s largest COVID-19 social study and UCL professor Dr Daisy Fancourt to talk about the power of community. They explore how people bound by common experiences can improve their health through non-clinical methods, looking at how singing and music can form a part …
 
In this edition of the BROCast, we talk about spring football at the midway point and then discuss the state of the basketball roster and recruiting... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesעל ידי Bruin Report Online, 247Sports, UCLA, UCLA Football, UCLA Basketball
 
How do developers choose where to build? We need to know the answer to make good policy, and our policy choices may determine whether housing developments advance economic and racial integration, access to opportunity, and sustainability, or they exacerbate segregation, stagnation, and environmental destruction. Dr. Dinorah González of Universidad …
 
Stigma and cultural practices in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities play a significant role in help seeking behavior in the face of mental health crises. This training will help mental health providers better recognize the various factors that may give rise to the challenges in crisis intervention work, with consideration to som…
 
This training draws from anthropological theory and methods to inform a recovery-oriented approach for clients experiencing homelessness. We define important aspects of moral agency (e.g., autobiographical power, peopled opportunities, social bases of self-respect) that matter for both homeless outreach specialists and for the clients they serve. U…
 
This panel is designed especially for LA County providers working with individuals experiencing (or at risk for) homelessness and experiencing mental illness. Care coordination requires a level of understanding of community partners, navigation amongst multiple systems, and persistence for client care needs. Our experts, Dr. Trang Hoang, Dr. Glenn …
 
In this contributed interview from the Department of Statistical Science at UCL, we speak with Professor Chris Holmes. Chris is Professor of Biostatistics at the departments of Statistics and the Nuffield Department of Medicine at the University of Oxford. He is also the Director for the Health Programme at the Alan Turing Institute. We discussed a…
 
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