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PDI Presents: A 100% Renewable Chicago
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://www.pauldouglasinstitute.org/Publications/A-100%25-Renewable-Chicago Credits: Rimsha Nazeer, hosting Zarek Drozda, interviewing Vanessa Ma, interviewing Lauren Li, producing David Raban, editing Special thanks to the Paul Douglas Institute for continuing to collaborate with UC3P
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Small Grants, Big Work! An Intern's Time with the United Nations Helping República Dominicana
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
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Austin Wright on the Effects of Border Walls
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 engineering Susan Paykin, for editing
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Delhi Belly and Spicy Curry: A Think Tank Summer in India
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 editing
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UC3P Presents: What If...
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 the University of Chicago. Also, Jack Coghlan (MPP '18) moderates a debate between Bryce Fields (MAPSS '17), who takes the position of pro-safe spaces, and Matthew Foldi (BA '18), who takes the position of anti-safe spaces. The think piece is written and spoken by David Raban. Additional credits go to Meghana Chandra for interviewing students and engineering; Max Hamrick for interviewing students,; Beth Karp for interstitial music; Peter Biava for intro music, outro music, and interstitial music; David Raban for hosting, editing, engineering the debate, and interviewing students; and Shirin Raban for cover design.
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Arne Duncan on Education & Gun Violence
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 editing
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Naked Love 3: Valentine's Day Edition
How would YOU describe hookup culture at UChicago? Naked Love is back! This time with even more personal stories featuring students from both Harris and the College and new hosts! Tune in for our Valentine’s Day episode to hear about the intersection of policy and hookup culture. Happy Valentine’s Day, listeners! Credits: Olina Yang, Franziska Harling, Emily Kelin, Ivanna Shevel, and Katie James for producing, engineering, and editing
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Popcorn Policy: Sorry To Bother You
David McMillon (Public Policy PhD Candidate) and Stormy Kim (MPP '19) discuss the various themes of the political satire film, Sorry to Bother You. Drawing policy implications and theories from the film's protagonist, Cassius Green, they explore the idea of the American dream, unjust labor policies, and conscious consumerism. With Anna-Elise (MPP '20) as host, the episode sheds light on the various facets of social inequality and how we should tackle the issues as policy students, consumers, and citizens. Credits: Anna-Elise Smith for scripting and hosting Lilian Huang for scripting David McMillon and Stormy Kim for panel discussion Julian Lake for recording Emma Van Lieshout and Miranda Zhang for editing Lucia Geng for outreach
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Sandro Calvani on Developing Human Capital
Max Hamrick (MPP '18) travels to Thailand and interview Sandro Calvani about his current work with the Mae Fah Luang Foundation and past work as a Director in numerous divisions of the United Nations. Dr. Calvani discusses many topics, including international development as human development, approaching non-profits with the profit motive as a tool, and how humans must learn to cooperate rather than compete. Please remember to rate, share, comment, and subscribe. Thank you for listening! Credits: Max Hamrick for interviewing Peter Biava for music production David Raban for editing Shirin Raban for cover design
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Greta Neubauer on Wisconsin Gerrymandering and Policy
Wisconsin state representative Greta Neubauer joins UC3P to talk about the December 2018 lame duck session, Governor Tony Evers, her legislative priorities for the new term, and what it’s like to be a young millennial activist in state government. Credits: Alec Macmillen, for interviewing, engineering, and editing Lauren Li, for producing
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Jake Shapiro on Conflict in the Age of Information
Prabhat Singh (MPP '20) interviewed Jake Shapiro, a Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University. Professor Shapiro, who co-directs the Empirical Studies of Conflict Project, discussed new insights into international conflict, especially on how data can turn the tide at critical junctures in conflict. Credits: Prabhat Singh, for interviewing Sushmita Singha, for engineering Susan Paykin, for producing and editing
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Rene Olivas on Writing Screenplays
Today, you’re going to hear Lucia Delgado Sanchez, a recent graduate of the Harris School of Public Policy, interview Rene Olivas, a screenwriter in Mexico City. He discussed his pursuit of screenwriting as well as the motivation behind a few of his scripts. Credits: Lucía Delgado Sanchez, for interviewing and engineering David Raban, for producing Lauren Li, for editing
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Claus Krebs on Chilean Copyright Law
Claus Krebs is a Chilean attorney who works for Claro & Cia on matters of intellectual property, including copyright. He spoke with David Raban (JD/MPP '20) last spring on comparisons between the U.S. and Chilean copyright systems. Credits: David Raban, for interviewing, engineering, and producing Susan Paykin, for editing Special thanks to the Aican Nguyen and the University of Chicago's International Immersion Program for funding David's trip to study copyright law in Chile
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Pascal Brice on France's Approach to Refugees
Prabhat Singh (MPP '20) interviews Pascal Brice, General Director of France's Office for the Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons (OFPRA). Director Brice shared some of his thoughts on policies for the protection and acceptance of refugees in France and across the world. Credits: Prabhat Singh, for interviewing and editing Sushmita Singha, for engineering Lauren Li, for producing Special thanks to the Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts for inviting Pascal Brice to Chicago from Paris.
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UC3P Presents: Flip Phone Diaries
First Week Flip Phone: a bold challenge to take 7 days off your smartphone! When we heard Laurence Warner was taking his smartphone detox to Mexico for the Fulbright Association’s annual conference, we fixed him up to capture the reaction from the conference floor. Have a friend you think needs a 7-day smartphone detox?! Find out more about next month’s challenge and check out previous episodes of the podcast at FirstWeekFlipPhone.com. Credits: Laurence Warner, for interviewing Tushar Kelkar, for editing Susan Paykin, for producing David Raban, for production assistance
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Benja on Making Music That Makes You Feel, Think, and Dance
Lucia Delgado Sanchez spoke last year with Benjamín Ruiz, or Benja, on his standalone music project, BenRu. They discussed his start as a drummer in a band, his love of textures in electronic music, and how he has recently brought traditional Mexican influences into his compositions. He plays a few tracks and shared some more with us in the episode. To find more of his music, go to www.soundcloud.com/benrumusic. Credits: Lucia Delgado Sanchez (MPP '18), for interviewing David Raban (JD/MPP '20), for editing
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UC3P Presents: Popcorn Policy
Two Harris students, Aamir Hussain and Julian Lake, explore the policy implications and themes of the 2018 Marvel superhero film, Black Panther. They explore the following themes: democratic legitimacy, arming rebels/ conflict theory, and scientific diplomacy. How will the introduction of democratic elections affect the Wakandan nation? Will Wakanda's scientific outreach center be sustainable in the long run? Find out in this month's episode of Popcorn Policy! Credits: Jason Zukus, for scripting and hosting Aamir Hussain and Julian Lake, for panel discussion Coco Yim, for engineering Stormy Kim, for producing and editing
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Speechless Pt. 2: Hong Kong and Taiwan
In part two of our Speechless mini-series, host Julian Lake (MPP ’19) spoke with three students from Hong Kong and Taiwan on issues of underrepresentation, censorship, and political oppression abroad. Credits: Julian Lake, for interviewing and engineering David Raban, for editing Special thanks to the students who sat with Julian for their candor and willingness to speak.
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Bernardisima Fiorentino Rojas on the Intersection of Music, Love, and Play
David Raban interviews Bernardisima Fiorentino Rojas, a jazz singer from Santiago, Chile. David first met Bernardisima at Thelonious Lugar de Jazz, a small venue in Santiago’s Bellas Artes district. They spoke on her start in music, the creative process, misogyny in the music world, love, play, and her upcoming work. Bernardisima sings throughout the episode, with a special collaboration at the end. Credits: David Raban (JD/MPP ’20), for interviewing, engineering, and editing Ray Andrada (JD ’19), for production assistance Special thanks to Aican Nguyen and the University of Chicago Law School’s International Immersion Program for making David’s trip to Chile possible.
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James Robinson on Populism and the Link between Economics and Democracy
Luis Gonzales (MPP ’19) interviews James Robinson, Institute Director for the Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts and best selling co-author of Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty. Luis and Professor Robinson spoke on the link between economics and democracy, populism, and Professor Robinson’s upcoming work on liberty. Credits: Luis Gonzales Carrasco, for interviewing Elaine Li, for producing Susan Paykin, for production assistance David Raban, for editing Special thanks to the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and the Pearson Institute.
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UC3P Presents: Thank You For Your Service Ep. 2
Dr. Kori Schake, Deputy Director-General of the International Institute for Strategic Studies and co-editor of a book with current Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, joins the podcast for a discussion of current issues in civil-military relations. Dr. Schake shares the story of her own career path as a policymaker and analyst, and delves into topics like American views of the armed forces, politicization of the military, and defense budgeting. Credits: Thomas Krasnican, host Nick Paraiso, host Haz Yano, engineer and producer Alec MacMillen, engineer and producer Sarah Claudy, creative consultant and cover art designer Aishwarya Kumar, production support Anita Joshi, production support David Raban, production support Special thanks: To those who serve. Happy Veteran's Day. Note: This podcast in no way intended to reflect the official positions of the Department of Defense or any other military entity.
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UC3P Presents: Thank You For Your Service Ep. 1
Welcome to "Thank You For Your Service," a new UC3P Original Series. Our hosts Thomas Krasnican and Nick Paraiso, first-year MPPs at the Harris School of Public Policy and active-duty naval officers, preview the show. In this introduction, Thomas and Nick give an overview of the "civil-military gap" and what it might mean for society. They also discuss ways citizens can support military members and veterans beyond a simple "thank you for your service." Credits: Thomas Krasnican, host Nick Paraiso, host Haz Yano, engineer and producer Alec MacMillen, engineer and producer Sarah Claudy, creative consultant and cover art designer Michelle Tran, production support Anita Joshi, production support David Raban, production support Special thanks: To those who serve. Happy Veteran's Day. Note: This podcast in no way intended to reflect the official positions of the Department of Defense or any other military entity.
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Have You Heard? Live with Austin Wright
SUBSCRIBE TO HAVE YOU HEARD'S NEW PODCAST CHANNEL! Welcome to the first LIVE SHOW episode of Have You Heard? The UC3P News Quiz, where a panel of students compete to answer entertaining trivia about recent news events! In this episode, Harris Professor Austin Wright joins us along with panelists Claudia Jones (MBA), Drazzel Feliu (MPP), and Genta Mecolli (MPP). Credits: Host, producing, and editing: Jason Zukus Engineering: Julian Lake and David Raban Panelists: Claudia Jones, Drazzel Feliu, and Genta Mecolli Top pre-show quiz scorers and special audience contributors: David Franks and Coco Yim Music: Breakdown Brass Photography: Elaine Li Logo: Jay Li Special thanks to special guest Professor Austin Wright for taking time away from his work to answer questions completely unrelated to his research area.
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LAM Presents: Carlos Fernandez on LATAM Financial Stability & Inclusion
In this episode, Jorge Quintero (MPP '18) talked to Carlos Fernandez, President of the Central Bank of Paraguay. The discussion goes from Fernandez's time at UChicago to his career since. Fernandez also discusses the challenges in the LATAM and about how to get the balance between Financial Inclusion and Financial Stability just right. Credits: Jorge Quintero for interviewing and producing Coco Yim for engineering and editing Special thanks to Latin America(n) Matters (LAM) for inviting Mr. Fernandez to the University of Chicago for their annual LAM Forum and making him available to us for interview.
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Speechless: Puerto Rico
Part 1: Puerto Rico This three-part series explores issues of underrepresentation, censorship, and, political suppression at home and abroad. With analysis from University of Chicago students providing their first-hand experience on each subject, we hope you will gain new insights from the voices that go unheard at home and around the world. Credits: Julian Lake for interviewing Subraminiyam Enkata Vishwanath for engineering and editing Special Thanks: Edoardo Ortiz and Nancy Tan for sharing their experiences with UC3P Music: “Almost like Praying" by Artists for Puerto Rico “Donde Estebas” by Songo 21 “Borinquen Bella” by Tommy Torres
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PDI Presents: Soda Taxes - A Chicago Story of Failure and Hope
The Paul Douglas Institute, a University of Chicago student-run think tank, tasked two of its researchers with analyzing what went wrong with Cook County's sweetened beverage tax. The county board passed the tax in 2016, only to let it expire on December 1, 2017. Researchers David Whyman and Teddy Knox speak with soda tax expert, Larry Tramutola, about why the tax failed, how it could have succeeded, and what the future looks like for soda taxes across the country. Mr. Tramutola led multiple successful soda tax campaigns in Berkeley and Oakland California. You can find David and Teddy's original research here: https://www.pauldouglasinstitute.org/cook-county-ssb-tax You can find Mr. Tramutola's website here: http://tramutola.com/ Credits: David Whyman and Teddy Knox for interviewing Kjersten Adams for engineering David Raban for editing Special thanks to Mr. Tramutola for coming out to Chicago from California. Also, special thanks to the University of Chicago graduate students who performed our introductory music.
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Have You Heard? Ethan Bueno de Mesquita
Welcome to the first episode of Have You Heard? The UC3P News Quiz, where a panel of students compete to answer entertaining trivia about recent news events! In this episode, Harris Professor Ethan Bueno de Mesquita joins us along with panelists Aamir Hussain (MD/MA in Public Policy), Julia Whiting (MPP), and Sarah Lu (MBA). Credits: Host, producing, and editing: Jason Zukus Engineering: Julian Lake Panelists: Aamir Hussain, Julia Whiting, and Sarah Lu Music: Breakdown Brass Photography: Elaine Li Logo: Jay Li Special thanks to Professor Ethan Bueno de Mesquita for taking time away from his work to answer questions completely unrelated to his research area.
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Halfway Normal: Rebuilding in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey
In August 2017, Beth Karp (JD/MPP '20) drove from Chicago to Houston with no connections and no plan to try to help out with relief work in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. What could have been a pretty dumb and fruitless experiment turned into something amazing: an opportunity to jump into action with grassroots organizations that sprang up out of nowhere within days to distribute thousands of meals, chauffeur evacuees to medical appointments, muck out flooded homes, and much more. Social media helped make it possible. Apps like Facebook, Zello, Google Voice, and Uber have changed the landscape of disaster relief, facilitating coordination among volunteers and connecting people more quickly to rescue and resources. In this episode, Beth speaks to evacuees, grassroots organizers, and the American Red Cross to discuss the role of new technologies in disaster relief and recovery. Credits: Beth Karp for interviewing, engineering, producing, and editing. Special thanks to interviewees Aaron Flores, Bill Baldwin, Ed Pettitt, Gabrielle Bland, Mark Matsusaki, Sarah Terez Malka, Orville and Darryshia Rumble, Harley Jones, Jim McGowan, Joy Squier; production guru David Raban; the UC3P members who assisted with transcription; Andrea Andrada for vocals on our music; and the countless people who donate their time, money, and energy to disaster relief worldwide.
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Eboo Patel on Leadership in Interfaith Dialogue
Eboo Patel is the founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core, a national nonprofit working to making interfaith cooperation a social norm. Eboo visited the University of Chicago this winter as an Institute of Politics Pritzker Fellow, where we spoke with him about interfaith dialogue in a university context and how to be a leader in such dialogue. Credits: Anita Joshi (MPP '19) and Aamir Hussain (MD '19/MAPP '18) for interviewing Nick McFadden (MPP '19) for engineering David Raban (JD/MPP '20) for editing Special thanks to IOP for having Eboo Patel as a Pritzker Fellow!
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Budgeting in the Prairie State
On behalf of Prairie State, Emma Lofgren (MPP '19) moderated a panel on municipal and state finance in Illinois. The panelists were Ghida Neukirch, City Manager of Highland Park, and Ben Winick, City Council Office of Financial Analysis director. The panelists discussed how budgets are made both at the municipal and state levels, how these processes differ in Chicago versus the suburbs, and how budgeting within Illinois is unique from other states. Credits: Emma Lofgren for interviewing Julian Lake for engineering David Raban for editing Special thanks to Prairie State for having UC3P record the event!
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UC3P Presents: Naked Love 2 (The Valentine's Day Edition!)
How significant is your love? Naked Love is back! This time with more stories from the heart, featuring faculty and students of the Harris School of Public Policy. And a third co-host! Tune in to hear how our favorite economists and statisticians make relationships work and for a special “Love in the Pub” segment. Happy Valentine’s Day! Credits: Elaine Li, Nick McFadden, and Coco Yim for producing, engineering, and editing Special thanks to everyone who shared their love stories and thoughts about love!
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Salam Al-Marayati on Islamophobia in America
Salam Al-Marayati is the President and Co-Founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Committee (MPAC). MPAC is a non-profit working to promote and strengthen American pluralism by increasing understanding and improving policies that impact American Muslims. Salam came as the guest of the Committee on Muslims and Public Policy (CMPP) at the Harris School of Public Policy, and UC3P was lucky enough to interview him on the topics of Islamophobia in America. Credits: Osama Alkhawaja (JD/MPP '21) for interviewing David Raban (JD/MPP '20) for engineering and editing Special thanks to MPAC and CMPP for bringing Salam to the University of Chicago
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Pearson Presents: Emile Bruneau on Tricking Your Mind to Resolve Global Conflicts
Emile Bruneau is a research associate and lecturer at the Annenberg School for Communication and director of the Peace and Conflict Neuroscience Lab. The Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts at the University of Chicago invited Emile to speak in front of Harris Public Policy students about biases of the mind, how biases lead to conflicts around the globe, and what we can do to intervene to reduce conflict. Credits: Siddhant Ramakrishna for engineering Vishwanath Subramaniyam Emani Venkata for set up Elaine Li for producing David Raban for editing Special thanks to the Pearson Institute for inviting Emile Bruneau
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McKay Coppins on the State and Future of Journalism and the Republican Party
McKay Coppins is a staff writer for The Atlantic and author of the book, “The Wilderness,” which discussed the Republican Party’s pre-Trump quest to regain the White House. UC3P got to speak with McKay as he finished up his quick week as a visiting fellow at the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics. Credits: David Raban for interviewing and editing Julian Lake for engineering Special thanks to IOP for hosting McKay Coppins as a visiting fellow.
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HEEA Presents: Gidon Bromberg on Water Security in the Middle East
Gidon Bromberg is the co-founder and co-director of EcoPeace Middle East, an Israeli-Palestinian-Jordanian environmental peacebuilding organization. He stopped by the University of Chicago Law School last week for an event co-sponsored by multiple organizations, including the Harris Energy and Environmental Association (HEEA). This episodes includes Gidon's talk as well as a Q&A with students and faculty. Credits: David Raban for engineering and editing Julian Lake for producing Kjersten Adams and Siddhant Ramakrishna for support
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HPAD Presents: Is Democracy Doomed?
Harris Policy and Debate kicked off its inaugural debate with a timely theme: Is Democracy Doomed? The final in a series of three debates, you debate you are listening to is specifically on "Whether the United States Should Go To War With North Korea." The debaters are Professors Ethan Bueno de Mesquita and Dan Black of the University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy. Note: This episode contains explicit content, including profanities and the issue of mutually-assured destruction. Credits: HPAD Organizers: Dan Snow Allison Von Borstel Alena Stern Patrick Hanley Engineering: Coco Yim Editing: David Raban Additional Support: Jin Jing & Giorgi Tsintsadze Intro Music: Musicians from across the University of Chicago, as organized by Graduate Council and recorded live by the University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts.
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Robert Rosner on the Future of Nuclear Energy
Professor Robert Rosner is the founding co-director of the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC), founding chair of the U.S. Department of Energy's National Laboratory's Director's Council, and former Director of Argonne National Laboratory. At the close of the 75th anniversary of the first nuclear reaction, which took place at the University of Chicago, Vishwanath Subramaniyam Emani Venkata stopped by Professor Rosner's office to discuss the future of nuclear energy in the United States and around the world. Credits: Vishwanath Subramaniyam Emani Venkata for interviewing David Raban for engineering Anita Joshi for editing
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Mayor Harry LaRosiliere on Getting to Plano 4.0
Harry LaRosiliere is the mayor of Plano, Texas, the state's 9th largest city. Before winning election and re-election for mayor in 2013 and 2017, he served two terms on the Plano City Council, he served as the Planning and Zoning Commissioner for Plano, and he served as a court-appointed Special Advocate for Abused Children in Collin County. He goes by "Mayor Harry." Sid Ramakrishna visited Plano over winter break and spoke with Mayor Harry about the future of Plano. Specific topics include the rise of corporate development, safety, education, and transportation. Credits: Siddhant Ramakrishna for interviewing and engineering David Raban for editing
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UC3P Presents: Naked Love
What's your love story? In this UC3P holiday special, Elaine Li and Coco Yim come together to explore the intersection of love and public policy. Told through the lens of interviews, questions, and answers with professors and students at the Harris School of Public Policy, this is one podcast you won't want to miss! Credits: Elaine Li and Coco Yim Special Thanks (by order of appearance): Adam McGriffin Ethan Bueno de Mesquita Katherine Baicker
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Laura Haim on September 11 and the Global War on Terror
Laura Haim is an award-winning French journalist who wrote a book about her time in New York during and after the September 11, 2001 attacks. Siddhant Ramakrishna spoke with her a few weeks ago in her capacity as a Fellow with the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics. This interview, on September 11 and the Global War on Terror, is the third of three segments. Credits: Siddhant Ramakrishna for interviewing Coco Yim for engineering and editing
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Laura Haim on Working in the Foreign Press and American Elections
Laura Haim is an award-winning French journalist who worked in the American foreign press for many years. Siddhant Ramakrishna spoke with her a few weeks ago in her capacity as a Fellow with the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics. This interview, on working in the foreign press and her view of American elections, is the second of three segments. Credits: Siddhant Ramakrishna for interviewing Coco Yim for engineering and editing
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Laura Haim on the French Election of Emmanuel Macron
Laura Haim is an award-winning French journalist with decades of experience in the field who recently worked as the spokeswoman for Emmanuel Macron's winning presidential campaign in France. Siddhant Ramakrishna spoke with her a few weeks ago in her capacity as a Fellow with the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics. This interview, on the topic of the French election, is the first of three segments. Credits: Siddhant Ramakrishna for interviewing Coco Yim for engineering and editing
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Anna Gassman-Pines Answers Student Questions on Health, Insurance, and Unemployment
Professor Anna Gassman-Pines is an Associate Professor in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. She visited the Harris School of Public Policy earlier this month to answer student questions on health, insurance, and unemployment. Credits: Daniela Gomez Trevino for general introduction Meghana Chandra for professor introduction Elaine Li and Coco Yim for engineering David Raban for editing Please remember to rate, share, and subscribe!
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Karen Tumulty on Journalism in the Era of Trump
Karen Tumulty is an award-winning journalist, whose four-decade career in the field has seen her work at top papers across the nation, including The Los Angeles Times and Time magazine. By the time you hear this interview, she will have returned from University of Chicago's Institute of Politics to her current position at The Washington Post as a national political correspondent. In addition to her work at The Post, she has a family and a forthcoming book on Nancy Reagan. Please remember to rate, share, comment, and subscribe to UC3P and all of our podcasts! Credits: Interview: David Raban Engineer: Max Hamrick Editor: David Raban Special thanks to the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics for having Karen Tumulty as an IOP fellow this Fall 2017.
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LAM Presents: Gabriella Gomez-Mont
Latin America(n) Matters Presents: Gabriella Gómez-Mont Gabriella Gómez-Mont is the founder of Laboratorio para la Ciudad, the creative think tank of the Mexico City government, reporting directly to Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera. Gabriella is also a journalist, visual artist, a director of documentary films, as well as a creative advisor to several cities, universities and companies. This interview was recorded live on November 3 with the help of UCPPP. Introducer: Jose Beltramino Interviewer: Jorge Quinteros Engineer: Max Hamrick Editor: David Raban
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The Pink Flying Elephant - Debating Graduate Student Unionization at UChicago
Ben Zalisko (Postdoctoral Scholar in Biochemistry) and UnJin Lee (third-year Ph.D. in the Committee on Genetics, Genomics and Systems Biology) debate graduate student unionization at the University of Chicago. Discussing specifically from the vantage point of students in the graduate sciences, Ben takes the pro-union position and UnJin takes the anti-union position. The following links were referenced in the podcast and add context to this debate: Graduate Students in STEM Departments Affirm Their Support for Student Unionization (https://www.chicagomaroon.com/article/2017/5/30/graduate-students-stem-departments-affirm-support/) STEM Departments Should Think Twice Before Voting In Favor of Unionization (https://www.chicagomaroon.com/article/2017/6/1/stem-departments-think-twice-voting-favor-unioniza/) Effects of Unionization on Graduate Student Employees: Faculty-Student Relations, Academic Freedom, and Pay (http://scholarship.sha.cornell.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1731&context=articles) To comment on this debate or to submit ideas for a follow up debate on unionization, email publisher David Raban at draban@uchicago.edu Meghana Chandra (MPP '18) engineered and edited this piece.
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Governor Jennifer Granholm on Green Jobs and Technology as Policy
Christian Myers (JD-MPP '18)of Women in Public Policy and UCPPP stops by the Institute of Politics to discuss with former two-term Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm topics ranging from green jobs and technology to what it's like to be a woman in public policy and more. Big thanks to Governor Granholm and the Institute of Politics, as well as to Women in Public Policy for co-producing and the Chicago Policy Review for co-publishing. For the Chicago Policy Review's publication of the edited transcript, please use the link below: http://chicagopolicyreview.org/2017/05/31/rebuilding-michigan-with-clean-energy-a-conversation-with-former-michigan-governor-jennifer-granholm/ Additional thanks to Matthew Foldi (BA '19) for producing the interview and David Raban (JD-MPP '20) for engineering and editing.
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Maya Sen On Race, Southern Slavery, and Political Attitudes in America
In this piece, Alex Sarabia (MPP '17) and University of Chicago Political Science and Harris Public Policy Professor William Howell conversed with Professor Sen about her new research and book, which covers a new analysis of data on voting and race in America. We want to thank the Becker Friedman Institute, Minorities in Public Policy Studies, and Professors Howell and Sen. Also, special thanks to Michael Harvey (MPP '17) who produced the interview and Alex Sarabia for moderating. David Raban engineered and edited.
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Alderman Ameya Pawar On His Run For Illinois Governor
Meghana Chandra of the University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts interviews Alderman of Chicago's 47th Ward, Ameya Pawar. Topics include his introduction to politics, taxes, education, immigration, and more. Engineering by Lara Ryan. Editing by Bryce Fields and David Raban.
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Special Election For Alderman Of The 4th Ward
Special Election For Alderman Of The 4th Ward by University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts
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David Orr on Cook County's Election Preparation
David Orr Interview 11-03-2016 by University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts
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