Podcasts at Emory
Emory experts explore a wide variety of topics in podcasts.
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“Buried Truths,” an acclaimed podcast led by Emory professor and Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist Hank Klibanoff and produced by Atlanta NPR station WABE, is based on the work of the Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases Project.
President Gregory L. Fenves on Revisionist History
In this episode of Revisionist History, Emory President Gregory L. Fenves and host Malcolm Gladwell discuss Atlanta, Emory and COVID-19.
Emory: In Case You Missed It
"Emory: In Case You Missed It" is an audio update of top news stories that showcase the work and expertise of Emory faculty, staff, students and alumni. ON HIATUS for summer 2021.
The Nurses Station
The Nurses Station is a bi-weekly podcast for nurses and nursing students. Join our hosts to discuss current events in nursing, life as a nurse and misconceptions about the profession. Season one topics include nursing education, race and racism in healthcare, COVID-19, infant and maternal health, and much more!
Foodie Pharmacology with Cassandra Quave
Join ethnobotanist, foodie and Emory professor Dr. Cassandra Quave as she explores the world of the food-medicine continuum. Foodie Pharmacology is a food podcast built for the food curious, the flavor connoisseurs, chefs, science geeks, foodies and adventurous taste experimenters out in the world!
Fanalytics with Mike Lewis
Emory University Marketing Professor Mike Lewis weighs in on sports analytics – the business side and the on-field side. What makes us different? An academic perspective. This podcast is going to be rigorous both in terms of theory and in terms of statistics.
Behind the Microscope
A podcast about life in research. We are four MD/PhD students trying to discover the how and the why behind some of the most successful scientists. This podcast is not focused on the research itself, but rather on the process behind it.
For over 10 years, renowned thinkers and creators have met on Emory’s campus to discuss their philosophies and crafts through an endowed speaker series called the Rosemary Magee Creativity Conversations. We will provide edited down versions of the Creativity Conversations introduced by current, artistically accomplished Emory University students.
Rose Library Presents
Rose Library Presents is a new suite of interview-based podcast series—including Community Conversations, Behind the Archives, and Atlanta Intersections--that explore the people, materials, ideas, and communities that make up the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library at Emory University.
In “Our Stories” health care providers discuss inspiration, values and wellness. The podcast is an initiative of the Wellness Program of the Department of Hematology and Medical Oncology at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University.
When you change your perspective you can change business for the better. Join us on Goizueta Effect to hear from leading faculty at the Goizueta Business School on the latest trends, research, and innovations in business and find out how you can achieve more, do more, and create more in today’s ever-changing marketplace.
The Eagle Eye Podcast
The Eagle Eye Podcast is a student-lead podcast that provides Emory students with insight, strategies, and perspectives on pursuing different career paths and making the most of their time at Emory.
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Aug. 31, 2021
GHC3 Talks - India’s COVID-19 Crisis: The Case for Strong Leadership and Skilled Coordination (Venkat Narayan)
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In the Bubble: From the Frontlines - How COVID and HIV/AIDS Can Help Us Get Ready For (or Avoid) the Next Pandemic (Carlos del Rio)
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Finding Genius - Partners in Disease: How Relationships affect Prevalence of Type 2 Diabetes (Jannie Nielsen)
Dec. 1, 2020