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You might think you know what it takes to lead a happier life… more money, a better job, or Instagram-worthy vacations. You’re dead wrong. Yale professor Dr. Laurie Santos has studied the science of happiness and found that many of us do the exact opposite of what will truly make our lives better. Based on the psychology course she teaches at Yale -- the most popular class in the university’s 300-year history -- Laurie will take you through the latest scientific research and share some surpr ...
 
The Yale University Press Podcast is a series of in-depth conversations with experts and authors on a range of topics including politics, history, science, art, and more for those who are intellectually curious. Jessica Holahan hosts discussions on all things art and architecture and there are occasional appearances by Yale University Press Director John Donatich.
 
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Professor Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science at Yale University and one of the nation's leading authorities on the Constitution, offers weekly in-depth discussions on the most urgent and fascinating constitutional issues of our day. He is joined by co-host Andy Lipka and guests drawn from other top experts including Bob Woodward, Nina Totenberg, Neal Katyal, Lawrence Lessig, Michael Gerhardt, and many more.
 
Yale Talk is a podcast hosted by Yale University President Peter Salovey. About once a month, he will share news from campus or host faculty, students, staff, or alumni for a conversation. Yale is a place of many voices—students, faculty, staff, and alumni who are bringing “light and truth” to our world in many different ways. Through this podcast, you can hear those voices, so you can learn more about the amazing work of education and scholarship taking place at Yale. You can subscribe to Y ...
 
Yale Cancer Answers is a weekly radio show by Yale Cancer Center on WNPR - Connecticut Public Radio - providing the latest information on cancer screening, detection, treatment, and prevention. Hosted by Dr. Anees Chagpar from Yale Cancer Center, the show features a guest cancer specialist who will share the most recent advances in cancer therapy and respond to listeners questions. Recent show topics include breast cancer, lung cancer, melanoma, colorectal cancer, skin cancer, lymphoma, leuk ...
 
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Yale Center for Environmental Communication

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How is global warming shaping our lives? And what can we do about it? We connect the dots, from fossil fuels to extreme weather, clean energy to public health, and more. Join Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz of Yale University for a daily 90-second podcast about climate change, where we confront reality and share inspiring stories of hope.
 
What is a life worthy of our humanity? How can we live it? Featuring Yale's Miroslav Volf, Ryan McAnnally-Linz, Matt Croasmun, and Drew Collins for conversations exploring theology and culture. Hosted by Evan Rosa. A production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture.
 
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Just Friends

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Just Friends

Jude Sack & Lula Talenfeld

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Listen to two college friends — and only friends — chat about anything & everything on their minds. From rehashing their favorite lectures, complaining about hookup culture, and discussing the glitches in the simulation, Jude and Lula will share it all! Join two Yale students as they try to figure out this whole crazy life thing. Unwind with us every Sunday... and make sure to brew yourself some tea :)
 
From the stuff your mother never told you, to the stuff your doctor never learned, On Health features taboo-busting conversations that demystify and de-stigmatize our bodies, all while bridging the gap between conventional medicine and wellness. Join Yale-trained MD & midwife Aviva Romm and her line-up of expert guests as they discuss everything from periods to menopause, sex to reproductive health politics, and motherhood to mental health. Each week, Dr. Romm will be exploring the science a ...
 
Justin Romaire is the host of CBG Radio. He has his masters degree from Yale University and has been nutrition coaching for over 10 years. Consistency Breeds Growth (CBG) is an online nutrition company that helps you crush your WODs while looking, performing and feeling confident in your own skin without tracking macros.
 
From the team behind Unorthodox—the #1 Jewish podcast—comes a new eight-part series detailing the hidden history of Jews and the Ivy League. Gatecrashers tells the story of how Jews fought for acceptance at elite schools, and how the Jewish experience in the Ivy League shaped American higher education, and shaped America at large. Hosted by Mark Oppenheimer, each episode focuses on one Ivy League school: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Columbia, Brown, Cornell, and the University of Pen ...
 
Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Timothy Snyder explores these and other questions in a very timely course. This course was recorded live in a classroom at Yale University in the autumn of 2022.
 
The Jewish Lives Podcast is a monthly show that explores the lives of influential Jewish figures. Hosted by Alessandra Wollner, each episode includes an interview with an acclaimed Jewish Lives author. Jewish Lives is a prizewinning series of biography published by Yale University Press and the Leon D. Black Foundation. Join us as we explore the Jewish experience together.
 
We all want to experience life satisfaction and emotional health. But getting to that place is another matter. From lockdowns to isolation, ongoing racial injustice to political turmoil, lost lives and lost jobs — this past year has tested our minds and bodies in profound ways. During the Addy Hour podcast, we’ll discuss topics at the intersection of brain science, mental health, faith, culture, & social justice. Join us for dynamic conversations and insights based on the lived experience an ...
 
Constitutional Conventions is the official podcast of the Yale Federalist Society. Hosts Jonathan Feld and Zack Austin are joined by leading lawyers, jurists, and intellectuals to discuss pressing issues in law, jurisprudence, and public policy. Constitutional Conventions gives you a taste of the exciting programming hosted by Yale Law School's Federalist Society. New episodes are released every Thursday morning.
 
Hosted by Mike Spivey, founder of the Spivey Consulting Group, the Status Check covers life and wellbeing plus all things law school and admissions. Our admissions advice comes from our Spivey Consulting team — who collectively have over 220 years of experience working in law school admissions offices including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Chicago, and Penn — and covers how to get into the best possible law school you can, plus news and predictions about the current state of law school admissions.
 
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The Womxn of Yale

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The Womxn of Yale

Yale Women's Leadership Initiative

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Members of the Women's Leadership Initiative at Yale will interview past and current womxn students at Yale about their experiences at Yale and beyond. The WLI offers opportunities to learn from, speak with, and network with womxn leaders in a wide variety of fields, work with a community of passionate and supportive womxn, and launch self-driven initiatives that empower womxn in many ways. Learn more about us on Facebook (Women’s Leadership Initiative at Yale), Instagram (@yalewli), and web ...
 
The Doctor is Out (TDIO) is a podcast exploring the journeys and careers of healthcare providers who have engaged in the world beyond the practice of medicine. Join the host, Dr. Sharif Vakili, in discussions with healthcare leaders who have gone from bedside to start companies, run hospital systems, spearhead public policy, enter the arts, run investment groups and pursue other interesting ventures. About the host: Sharif is a venture investor at Polaris Partners and a physician at Stanford ...
 
The Yale Law Journal Podcast makes legal scholarship accessible to a broad audience. Each episode, we interview an author of a forthcoming or recently published piece in the Yale Law Journal about their work. The views of the hosts and guests on this podcast are their own, and do not represent the views or opinions of their employers or of Yale Law Journal, Yale Law School, or Yale University. The mention of or reference to any product or service by a host or guest does not constitute an end ...
 
A series of interviews from the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology, focusing on people and organizations working at the confluence of religious and ecological perspectives. Interviews cover four main areas: 1) new and forthcoming publications, 2) engagement in practice, activism, and advocacy, 3) teaching and curriculum, and 4) perspectives from environmental humanities. Our Vision is a flourishing Earth community where religious and spiritual traditions join together for the shared wellbein ...
 
The Road Home podcast with Ethan Nichtern is a contemporary exploration of Buddhist teachings. Since 2001, Ethan has taught meditation and Buddhist psychology classes and workshops around New York City and the United States. Formerly a Shastri, a senior teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition, and on the part-time faculty at Eugene Lang College at New School University and has lectured at Brown, Wesleyan, Yale, NYU, FIT, Antioch and other universities, and as well as at many meditation/y ...
 
About the Course This course is an introduction to game theory and strategic thinking. Ideas such as dominance, backward induction, Nash equilibrium, evolutionary stability, commitment, credibility, asymmetric information, adverse selection, and signaling are discussed and applied to games played in class and to examples drawn from economics, politics, the movies, and elsewhere. Course Structure This Yale College course, taught on campus twice per week for 75 minutes, was recorded for Open Y ...
 
Booked Up with Jen Taub features intimate interviews with nonfiction authors. Jen’s guests include writers of current bestsellers and beloved backlist books. Conversations cover love, money, politics, early dreams, writing habits, reading tastes, procrastination techniques, self-doubt, and news of the day. Creator and host, Jen Taub is a law professor, advocate, and author. Her nonfiction books include BIG DIRTY MONEY (Viking 2020) and OTHER PEOPLE’S HOUSES (Yale Press 2014). She focuses on ...
 
S@Y: Science at Yale aims to teach those within and outside of the Yale community about both the fundamentals of science and how research is used to unveil those basic truths. Through article presentation, discussion, and interviews, the show provides a multidimensional treatment of science that helps one to understand both new findings and the research behind them. Hosts: Sudhakar Nuti, Salvador Fernandez, Mario Felix Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/ScienceAtYale Facebook: https://www.faceb ...
 
Yale Schwarzman Center (YSC), a center for student life and the arts at the historic heart of the Yale University campus, presents conversations with artists and thinkers that flow from the Center's values of collaboration, wellness, and belonging. YSC produces a range of outstanding university and public programs that bring people together—within and beyond Yale—for discovery and for humanity.
 
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The Other Side

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Yale Podcast Network

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The Other Side utilizes the lenses of faith and theology to explore real world problems. We celebrate discourse with our invited guests, in an effort to unearth solutions, inspire faith and spur righteous action. We are unapologetically bold, Black, Christian and compassionate.
 
Join Yale and Niall as they dive deep into the internet’s most bizarre, strange, and mysterious rabbit holes. As the captain of the research boat, Yale steers Niall down the twisted paths of the vast internet. They explore bizarro creators, crazy conspiracies, and sinister communities looking to bring a lighthearted eye to the dark web.
 
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Pricing Nature

Yale Center for Business and the Environment, Yale Carbon Charge, and Yale Tobin Center for Economic Policy

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Pricing Nature is a limited-series podcast from the Yale Center for Business and the Environment and the Yale Carbon Charge. It tells a story about the economics, politics, and history of carbon pricing, which many argue should play a critical role in any national climate policy. We feature conversations with carbon pricing experts from government, academia, and civil society. Join us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or anywhere else you listen. To learn more, visit our website, pricingnature.sub ...
 
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In Roe: The History of a National Obsession, Mary Ziegler charts the many meanings associated with Roe v. Wade during its fifty-year history. In this episode of the Yale University Press podcast, we talk with Ziegler about the nation’s obsession with Roe and the challenges facing those seeking abortions in America today.…
 
Justin Crisp and Abdul-Rehman Malik discuss blessedness, poverty, consolation, and the dangers of transactional theology in Matthew 5:1-12. The text is appointed for the Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany in Year A of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org…
 
Motivational Sh!t Interview with Blessed Melanin Website: https://www.blessedmelaninstudios.com/ Follow on IG @LightworkerWayne | @Director_HueyG | @Super.Healer GET MORE of Yale RadioCast on ALL social Media Sites: Yale RadioCast LIVE • Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • Youtube • Twitch #Motivating #MotivationalSh!t #Motivation #TheVent #MensHealth…
 
In recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, John Rice, the founder and chief executive officer of Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) and a member of the Yale board of trustees, and President Peter Salovey discuss MLT’s work advancing racial equity for individuals and employers.By Yale Talk: Conversations with President Peter Salovey
 
Gyan Shrosbree received her B.F.A. from the Kansas City Art Institute, and her M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art. She has had recent solo and two-person exhibitions at Ortega y Gasset Projects, Brooklyn, NY; JEFF, Marfa, TX; Wrong Gallery, Marfa, TX; Ola Studio, Pound Ridge, NY: nx.ix Gallery, Detroit, MI; Haus Collective, San Antonio, TX; Grape…
 
An intro to this project, how it started, and how to meet yourself where you are. I talk about radical acceptance in the face of my sudden illness, and how I learned to turn challenges into inspiration without complicated spiritual practices, grueling effort, or forcing things. Disclaimer: you can too.…
 
Steve Keister (b.1949, lives and works in New York, NY) earned a BFA and an MFA from Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship and a Gottlieb Foundation Grant, among other awards. He has had solo exhibitions at Freddy, Harris, NY; Underdonk, Brooklyn, NY; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Texas …
 
Dan Perkins lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received his MFA from American University. His paintings channel architectural motifs that connote space: crossing through a threshold, gazing through a window, passing from one plane to another. However the spaces depicted sit in an ethereal haze, where color and form are primary. Scale, time and spa…
 
Body Recomposition Revisited In this episode, I discuss body recomposition. I discuss who is more likely to obtain body recomposition and how to start body recomposition. Episode Summary 0:45 Topic introduction 3:25 What is body recomposition? 4:55 Who’s more likely to obtain body recomp? 13:00 Pros of body recomposition 20:22 Calorie surplus? 22:0…
 
Katie Bell is an artist originally from Rockford, Illinois (b.1985). She received her BA from Knox College and her MFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design. Bell makes sculptural paintings based off architecture and found objects, fabricating forms that confuse naming. Using construction materials as her palette and woodworking tools …
 
Self Portrait, Nicholas Buffon Nicholas Buffon (b. 1987) is a painter and sculptor who lives and works in New York. Buffon’s research-based practice centers on community, history, memorial, and remembrance. Employing both 2D and 3D techniques, Buffon memorializes queer locations and the minutiae of an ever changing urban landscape, focusing on deta…
 
In this new Addy Hour conversation, we start with a two-part episode on thriving without burnout – especially in vocations that involve investing in each other as team members, mentors, educators, leaders and more. In part one, we’re joined by Dr. Christine Pfund, a leader and national director at the forefront of teaching, learning and mentor and …
 
Content Warning: In this episode, we will be talking about maternal mortality, infant mortality, and the impact of racism on maternal health. 60% of all maternal deaths are fully preventable, and the complications women experience are not inherent to black or brown bodies. Yet Black and Brown women have been blamed for their "bad outcomes" instead …
 
The aftermath of murders in Idaho saw another terrible crime in Massachusetts, and all these matters raise questions of criminal procedure and the constitution. We continue our 4th amendment reflection but add the 6th amendment, which has seen little attention on our podcast in the past. What can a lawyer fairly do in your defense? Add to this a di…
 
Every year on January 26th, India celebrates Republic Day – the day the Indian Constitution went into effect in 1950, after three years of drafting and debate by independent India’s first Constituent Assembly. The Indian constitution outlined a vision of radical transformation. It established equality before the law for men and women – granting wom…
 
Tibetan nomads have developed a way of life that is dependent in multiple ways on their animals and shaped by the phenomenological experience of mobility. These pastoralists have adapted to many changes in their social, political and environmental contexts over time. From the earliest historically recorded systems of segmentary lineage to the incor…
 
Discussing the dharma of politics, Ethan Nichtern delves into the creation of suffering and shifting into a more intentional era in 2023. Today's podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/beherenow Registration is almost closed for Dharma Moon’s Yearlo…
 
In this episode of Status Check with Spivey, Mike talks about the different factors that precipitate waves of law school admissions decisions being released, especially late in the cycle/during waitlist season. You can listen and subscribe to Status Check with Spivey on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, YouTube, SoundCloud, and Google Podcasts. Yo…
 
The Warner Brothers—Harry, Albert, Sam, and Jack—arrived in America as unschooled Jewish immigrants, yet they founded a movie studio that became the smartest, toughest, and most radical in all of Hollywood. Join us with celebrated film critic David Thomson, author of Warner Bros.: The Making of an American Movie Studio, as we explore how four immig…
 
We can put huge amounts of physical and emotional energy into our jobs - even basing our self-worth on our achievements at work and letting ourselves be defined by what we do. So have our careers taken over too much of our lives? Simone Stolzoff (author of The Good Enough Job: Reclaiming Life from Work) argues that we should stop hunting for the "p…
 
Dr. Linda Charnes –– Professor of English, European Studies and Gender Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington where she has taught since 1989–– joined Jen to talk about Hamlet, Talionic Law (aka retributive eye-for-an-eye justice), and America’s revenge fantasies. She is the author of several books about Shakespeare, contemporary politics, and …
 
Fatigue, disorientation, numbness, envy, rage, burnout. What good could come from thinking about trans experience and these bad feelings? In Side Affects: On Being Trans and Feeling Bad (University of Minnesota Press, 2022), Hil Malatino theorizes the centrality of bad feelings in a world of quotidian and spectacular anti-trans misrecognition, host…
 
Samira Abbassy was born in Ahwaz, Iran in 1965 and moved to Lon-don, UK as a child. After graduating from Canterbury College of Art, she began showing in London. She moved to New York in 1998, where she helped to set up the Eliza-beth Foundation for the Arts, and the EFA Studio Center. Her work has been included in shows at the Metropolitan and the…
 
Many of us have likely seen photos of the Aral Sea, and the rusted Soviet-era ships, sitting in the desert with no water in sight. The Aral Sea is now just 10% of its former volume, shrinking down from what was once the fourth-largest body of inland water in the world, after what writer Jeff Fernside calls “one of the worst human-caused environment…
 
Katherine Sherwood’s work is an embodiment of her ideals as a feminist and reflect her personal experience with disability. In 1997, at the age of 44, she had a cerebral hemorrhage which paralyzed the right side of her body. Teaching herself how to paint again using her non-dominant hand was part of her healing process. Her recent Brain Flowers ser…
 
Joel-Peter Witkin at the time the photographs were made that are discussed in this interview. Joel-Peter Witkin was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1939. In 1959, Edward Steichen, head of the department of photography at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), selected one of Witkin’s photographs for its permanent collection when Witkin is 16 years old. Enl…
 
Dr. David Mou, the CEO and former CMO of the telehealth psychiatry startup Cerebral, discusses guiding his company through DOJ investigations into controlled substance prescribing practices and market headwinds months after raising a $300M Series C at a $4.8B valuation. A Harvard-trained psychiatrist, Mou has a conversation about Cerebral's mission…
 
Welcome to the second half of our alcohol miniseries! In part one, I focused on how alcohol metabolizes differently in women than men and how this increases women's alcohol-related health risks. I also talked about how alcohol can effect puberty, our hormones, and menstrual cycles. If you haven’t already listened, it's a perfect prequel to today's …
 
A tragedy in Idaho riveted the nation, as a dragnet, a manhunt, a search of garbage, a DNA test, a bail hearing, an extradition, and much more surrounded the eventual arrest and the onset of legal process in the case. Fortunately, Professor Amar has written on all these subjects, and we travel down these various roads, explaining and navigating the…
 
This episode of Spotlights features Michael S. Northcott, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Ethics at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. He talks about his new book, God and Gaia: Science, Religion and Ethics on a Living Planet (Routledge, 2023), which explores the overlap between traditional religious cosmologies and the scientific Gaia theory of Jam…
 
Lots of us hit the gym in January to get fit - but should we also be exercising our minds in preparation for tough times? A daily "self-talk workout" might be just as beneficial as squats and push-ups, says Seattle University psychology professor Rachel Turow. By practicing simple self-compassion exercises each day - such as breathing techniques - …
 
Joanne Jennings and Bill Goettler discuss living with both faith and fear in Psalm 27:1, 4-9. The text is appointed for the Third Sunday after the Epiphany, in Year A of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Bill Goettler is Associate Dean for M…
 
Lauren Hough is the author of the New York Times bestseller, LEAVING ISN’T THE HARDEST THING, a collection of essays about growing up in the abusive Children of God cult, coming out in the military, and piecing a life together, as Roxane Gay put it, “on the margins as a working class woman and what it’s like to grow into the person you are might to…
 
In this episode of Status Check with Spivey, Mike interviews Jordana Confino, Assistant Dean of Professionalism at Fordham Law School, about ways that law school applicants and students (and in fact, any applicant or student) can healthily cope with and reduce stress and increase overall happiness and well-being. Jordana is a graduate of Yale Unive…
 
In this episode of the Yale University Press podcast, we talk with author James Romm about his new book, Demetrius: Sacker of Cities. At the end of the episode, we discuss the larger goals of the Ancient Lives Series—to unfold the stories of thinkers, writers, kings, queens, conquerors, and politicians from all parts of the ancient world.…
 
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