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Case in Point
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Case in Point provides smart, informative conversations about the law, society, and culture. By bringing together top legal scholars with experts on politics, business, health, education, and science, Case in Point gives an in-depth look at how the law touches every part of our lives. Produced by the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
 
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PennSound Podcasts
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PennSound Podcasts are hosted by PennSound's co-director, Al Filreis. PennSound was created in 2003 in order to produce new audio recordings and to preserving existing audio archives of poets reading their own work and discussing poetry and poetics - and to make these available to everyone through free downloadable sound files. PennSound is a project of the Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing at the University of Pennsylvania
 
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Coffee Club Podcast
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We are around such amazing people and yet we know nothing about them or what they do. So, we are going around and talking to people around UPenn to figure out who they are and what they are working on.
 
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Kelly Writers House Podcast
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Kelly Writers House Podcast
 
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Quite Frankly
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Quite Frankly is a podcast about the the University of Pennsylvania, its students, higher education and Philadelphia. Each episode examines a specific topic in depth, highlighting first-hand student perspectives, administrative input and commentary from experts. Whether you’re a student, professor, alumnus, administrator, parent, or Philadelphian, tune in. Quite Frankly is presented by the Daily Pennsylvanian, Penn’s independent, student-run newspaper.
 
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Locust Pocus
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Locust Pocus, hosted by Lauren Sorantino, Virginia Rodowsky and Claire Schmidt, takes a humorous look into Penn's history. New episodes come out every other Thursday.
 
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Bottoms on Top
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Bottoms on Top is a queer watering hole in the dry savanna of the University of Pennsylvania. John and Ian, Penn’s only gay students, talk about LGBTQ+ issues with sass and sensibility every other Sunday.
 
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Bottoms on Top
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Bottoms on Top is a queer watering hole in the dry savanna of the University of Pennsylvania. John and Ian, Penn’s only gay students, talk about LGBTQ+ issues with sass and sensibility every other Sunday.
 
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In The Cut
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In The Cut is a podcast for people finding their way at Penn who don't subscribe to the mainstream culture. Part comedy, part real talk, we'll keep you up to date on interesting overlooked things going on around campus, around philly, or in the pop culture trends we're following. We'll also be interviewing some cool guests from different enclave communities around Penn to learn more about their worlds.
 
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Locust Pocus
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Locust Pocus, hosted by Lauren Sorantino, Virginia Rodowsky and Claire Schmidt, takes a humorous look into Penn's history. New episodes come out every other Thursday.
 
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Kelly Writers House Programs
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Selected audio recordings from the Kelly Writers House media archive
 
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Academic Shade | #TWIBnation
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UPENN Professor Dr. Anthea Butler breaks down the latest in race, religion and pop-culture on this weekly show where the shade is plentiful and knowledge is dropped on the regular.
 
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CLARION, PA – Team Pennsylvania is gearing up for the 2017 Cadet/Junior Nationals in Fargo, N.D. The first stop is team camp, held at Clarion University this season, where they are receiving instruction and guidance from some of the best clinicians in the Nation. PA Power Wrestling's Jeff Upson and Eric Knopsnyder preview the Cadet/Junior...…
 
In A Remembrance of His Wonders: Nature and the Supernatural in Medieval Ashkenaz (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017), David I. Shyovitz, Associate Professor of History, and of Jewish and Israel Studies, at Northwestern University, plumbs the worldview and theology…
 
In A Remembrance of His Wonders: Nature and the Supernatural in Medieval Ashkenaz (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017), David I. Shyovitz, Associate Professor of History, and of Jewish and Israel Studies, at Northwestern University, plumbs the worldview and theology…
 
In A Remembrance of His Wonders: Nature and the Supernatural in Medieval Ashkenaz (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017), David I. Shyovitz, Associate Professor of History, and of Jewish and Israel Studies, at Northwestern University, plumbs the worldview and theology…
 
In A Remembrance of His Wonders: Nature and the Supernatural in Medieval Ashkenaz (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017), David I. Shyovitz, Associate Professor of History, and of Jewish and Israel Studies, at Northwestern University, plumbs the worldview and theology…
 
In A Remembrance of His Wonders: Nature and the Supernatural in Medieval Ashkenaz (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017), David I. Shyovitz, Associate Professor of History, and of Jewish and Israel Studies, at Northwestern University, plumbs the worldview and theology…
 
In A Remembrance of His Wonders: Nature and the Supernatural in Medieval Ashkenaz (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017), David I. Shyovitz, Associate Professor of History, and of Jewish and Israel Studies, at Northwestern University, plumbs the worldview and theology…
 
In A Remembrance of His Wonders: Nature and the Supernatural in Medieval Ashkenaz (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017), David I. Shyovitz, Associate Professor of History, and of Jewish and Israel Studies, at Northwestern University, plumbs the worldview and theology…
 
In A Remembrance of His Wonders: Nature and the Supernatural in Medieval Ashkenaz (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017), David I. Shyovitz, Associate Professor of History, and of Jewish and Israel Studies, at Northwestern University, plumbs the worldview and theology…
 
In A Remembrance of His Wonders: Nature and the Supernatural in Medieval Ashkenaz (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017), David I. Shyovitz, Associate Professor of History, and of Jewish and Israel Studies, at Northwestern University, plumbs the worldview and theology…
 
Dan Gettinger of the Center for the Study of the Drone, UPenn Professor Mike Horowitz, and CNAS Research Associate Alexandra Sander join Paul Scharre to discuss patterns of drone proliferation.
 
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The Gary Null Show
 
Existential Despair and Living Deliberately Prof. Justin McDaniel is the Chair of the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania and the Chair of Undergraduate Studies. He is also an associate editor of the peer reviewed Journal of Asian Studies. Justin received his Masters from Harvard Divinity School and an additional M ...…
 
The nineteenth set of the historic, Ragas Live Festival 2016, live at Pioneer Works. Samarth Nagarkar (vocal), Meghashyam Keshav (tabla), Rohan Prabhudesai (harmonium). This is a great to chance to experience music created for the sunrise. It was performed as the first rays broke through the evening sky. Samarth Nagarkar is a Hindustani classic ...…
 
In the second session of Seats At The Table, Christina gabs with Irene Hong, a law and social policy student at U Penn about being a feminist as an Asian American womxn, anti-Blackness in AAPI communities, and the importance of role models.---Get to know the guest:She is both voice and reason (at least a reasonable amount of the time). She is h ...…
 
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The Chaos Cast: Life Lessons For Finding Certainty In Uncertain Situations
 
Today is an interview with Alice Vitiello. She’s not famous, she’s not an author, she hasn’t run a company, she hasn’t started any new product, idea, or service, but she is extraordinary nonetheless. Alice holds a PhD from U Penn and she’s a volunteer, she competes in standup paddle boarding, she boxes competitively, she’s a single mom, and she ...…
 
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podcast (en) – omega tau science & engineering podcast
 
The increasing complexity of software requires increasingly sophisticated means of ensuring its correctness -- "just" testing is not necessarily good enough, depending on the domain in which the software is used. Formal specification, verification and proof is a field with a long tradition in computer science that is gaining more (practical) re ...…
 
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The increasing complexity of software requires increasingly sophisticated means of ensuring its correctness -- "just" testing is not necessarily good enough, depending on the domain in which the software is used. Formal specification, verification and proof is a field with a long tradition in computer science that is gaining more (practical) re ...…
 
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podcast – omega tau science & engineering podcast
 
The increasing complexity of software requires increasingly sophisticated means of ensuring its correctness -- "just" testing is not necessarily good enough, depending on the domain in which the software is used. Formal specification, verification and proof is a field with a long tradition in computer science that is gaining more (practical) re ...…
 
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The increasing complexity of software requires increasingly sophisticated means of ensuring its correctness -- "just" testing is not necessarily good enough, depending on the domain in which the software is used. Formal specification, verification and proof is a field with a long tradition in computer science that is gaining more (practical) re ...…
 
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omega tau science & engineering podcast
 
The increasing complexity of software requires increasingly sophisticated means of ensuring its correctness -- "just" testing is not necessarily good enough, depending on the domain in which the software is used. Formal specification, verification and proof is a field with a long tradition in computer science that is gaining more (practical) re ...…
 
This week, the Listening Post's Tariq Nafi takes a look at a kind of journalism that is a close cousin of 'fake news' - the sort of reporting that tells people what they want to hear, as opposed to what they need to know; reporting that reinforces partisan opinions rather than challenging them. As a recent Buzzfeed investigation revealed, it's ...…
 
This week, the Listening Post's Tariq Nafi takes a look at a kind of journalism that is a close cousin of 'fake news' - the sort of reporting that tells people what they want to hear, as opposed to what they need to know; reporting that reinforces partisan opinions rather than challenging them. As a recent Buzzfeed investigation revealed, it's ...…
 
This week, the Listening Post's Tariq Nafi takes a look at a kind of journalism that is a close cousin of 'fake news' - the sort of reporting that tells people what they want to hear, as opposed to what they need to know; reporting that reinforces partisan opinions rather than challenging them. As a recent Buzzfeed investigation revealed, it's ...…
 
Emilia has a master's degree in social psychology, and a master of applied positive psychology degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a former student of Dr. Martin Seligman and pioneered the research on the Finnish construct of sisu (extraordinary determination in the face of adversity) under the mentorship Dr. Angela Duckworth. Sh ...…
 
The Trump administration is leveraging an array of legal and political tools to roll back environmental protections. A U. Penn environmental law expert takes a look a Trump’s strategy, pitfalls that await, and the potential for protections to endure.--The Trump administration is doing its best to fulfill its campaign promise to reduce environme ...…
 
STRONG Life Ep. 114 with my buddy Jim Steel, S & C Coordinator at UPenn. Jim and answer some questions from Instagram as well as allow our usual rants in training, mindset, books and life to go off on a tangent. Here's some of the topics Jim and I tackle in this episode: - What are tips on balancing Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) Training along with a strengt ...…
 
Imo is the co-founder and CEO of WePow, a leader in video interviewing and talent section. Headquartered in California with offices in Mexico, he started the Silicon Valley-based organization in 2011. Earlier in his career, he was the co-founder and COO of Ovia and a missile system engineer at Lockheed Martin, where he started his career as a p ...…
 
On this week’s special bonus episode, ClimateKitten45 and CarbonYeti27 kick things off by scheming on how to get a million YouTube subscribers. Then we expand to become a fantastic foursome of climate podcasters when we welcome (10:23) writer Kate Aronoff (In These Times) and writer/sociologist Daniel Aldana Cohen (U Penn), co-hosts of the Hot ...…
 
Business. Community. Politics. That’s the making of a barbershop. In Cutting Along the Color Lines: Black Barbers and Barber Shops in America (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013), Dr. Quincy Mills chronicles the history of black barber shops as businesses…
 
Business. Community. Politics. That’s the making of a barbershop. In Cutting Along the Color Lines: Black Barbers and Barber Shops in America (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013), Dr. Quincy Mills chronicles the history of black barber shops as businesses…
 
Business. Community. Politics. That’s the making of a barbershop. In Cutting Along the Color Lines: Black Barbers and Barber Shops in America (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013), Dr. Quincy Mills chronicles the history of black barber shops as businesses…
 
Business. Community. Politics. That’s the making of a barbershop. In Cutting Along the Color Lines: Black Barbers and Barber Shops in America (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013), Dr. Quincy Mills chronicles the history of black barber shops as businesses…
 
Business. Community. Politics. That’s the making of a barbershop. In Cutting Along the Color Lines: Black Barbers and Barber Shops in America (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013), Dr. Quincy Mills chronicles the history of black barber shops as businesses…
 
Business. Community. Politics. That’s the making of a barbershop. In Cutting Along the Color Lines: Black Barbers and Barber Shops in America (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013), Dr. Quincy Mills chronicles the history of black barber shops as businesses…
 
Business. Community. Politics. That’s the making of a barbershop. In Cutting Along the Color Lines: Black Barbers and Barber Shops in America (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013), Dr. Quincy Mills chronicles the history of black barber shops as businesses…
 
Renee interviews Randal S. Olson, Senior Data Scientist in the Institute for Biomedial Informatics at UPenn about his path to becoming a data scientist, his interesting data science blog posts, and his work with non-data-scientists and students. Show Notes
 
Renee interviews Randal S. Olson, Senior Data Scientist in the Institute for Biomedial Informatics at UPenn about his path to becoming a data scientist, his interesting data science blog posts, and his work with non-data-scientists and students. Show Notes
 
Dr. Robert Ostfeld is a cardiologist, the founder and director of the Cardiac Wellness Program at Montefiore, an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and the Associate Director of the Cardiology Fellowship at Montefiore. I first met Rob during my time working with the Physicians Committee for Resp ...…
 
Description Go to just about any education conference and you’ll hear people lecturing about why we shouldn’t lecture. Is this old school standby of information dissemination relevant in a student directed, project based, learning environment? Or should it be put out to pasture once and for all? Lessons Learned Dennis – Failing and failing to l ...…
 
DataRefuge is a public collaborative, grassroots effort around the United States in which scientists, researchers, computer scientists, librarians and other volunteers are working to download, save, and re-upload government data. The DataRefuge Project, which is led by the UPenn Program in Environmental Humanities and the Penn Libraries group a ...…
 
DataRefuge is a public collaborative, grassroots effort around the United States in which scientists, researchers, computer scientists, librarians and other volunteers are working to download, save, and re-upload government data. The DataRefuge Project, which is led by the UPenn Program in Environmental Humanities and the Penn Libraries group a ...…
 
In episode six, we examine society and hilarity ensues. Cats are drunk, people are wielding swords, the literal Nutty Professor proposes goat testicles as the cure for everything, and the President of Iceland wants to ban pineapples. So strap in, cause we’re in for a crazy ride... But not one that will kill you, (although, Dave will tell you ab ...…
 
During a life that stretched from the Progressive era to the 1960s, A. J. Muste dedicated himself to fighting against war and the exploitation of working Americans. In American Gandhi: A. J. Muste and the History of Radicalism in the …
 
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