15 Best Columbia University Podcasts

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Columbia University Podcasts

Here are 15 Best Columbia University Podcasts worth listening to in 2024

1. Columbia Energy Exchange

Columbia Energy Exchange The Columbia Energy Exchange podcast features in-depth conversations with the world's top energy and climate leaders from government, business, academia, and civil society. Hosted by Bill Loveless, the program explores today's most pressing opportunities and challenges across energy sources, financial markets, geopolitics, and climate change as well as their implications for both the U.S. and the world.
Podcast energypolicy.columbia.edu
Apple Rating 4.8 / 5Twitter Followers 26.5K Frequency 1 episode / week Avg Length 47 min Since Jan 2016 Listen on Apple Get Email Contact Get Influential Podcasters ContactsGet access to 100k active Podcasters, Influencers in 1500 niche categories.Get targeted media contact list in your niche at your fingertips so you can focus on running your campaign.Email us the categories of Podcasters you want to reach out for your marketing campaign at anuj@feedspot.com Copy email. We'll share active Podcasters list with verified email contacts in an Excel or CSV format.

2. Off the Page

Off the Page Interviews with Columbia University Press authors. Publishing a universe of knowledge for readers worldwide
Podcast cms.megaphone.fm
Facebook Followers 11.9KTwitter Followers 48.4KInstagram Followers 6.8K Frequency 6 episodes / week Avg Length 64 min Listen on YouTube Get Email Contact

3. The CUSP Show

The CUSP Show On the Columbia University Sports Management Podcast ('The CUSP Show'), faculty members Joe Favorito and Tom Richardson host thought leaders from across the sports industry as they discuss a wide array of topics.
Podcast blogtalkradio.com
Twitter Followers 4.4K Frequency 1 episode / day Avg Length 43 min Get Email Contact

4. The Ear

The Ear By investigating the past and present of Columbia University through audio projects, The Ear aims to uncover rich, controversial, and enduring stories that may be otherwise hidden from the community. The Ear is a podcast of the Columbia Daily Spectator, the undergraduate newspaper at Columbia.
Podcast podcasters.spotify.com
Apple Rating 5 / 5Facebook Followers 18.2KTwitter Followers 18.2KInstagram Followers 360 Frequency 1 episode / week Avg Length 23 min Listen on Apple Get Email Contact

5. Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning

Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning Dead Ideas in Teaching and Learning is a podcast from the Columbia University Center for Teaching and Learning. Our mission is to encourage instructors, students, and leaders in higher education to reflect on what they believe about teaching and learning.
Podcast ctl.columbia.edu
Apple Rating 4.9 / 5Facebook Followers 1.4KTwitter Followers 3.2K Frequency 2 episodes / quarter Avg Length 32 min Since Oct 2020 Listen on Apple Get Email Contact

6. Voices of Ukraine

Voices of Ukraine A podcast from Columbia University's Harriman Institute. Hear stories of lives upended by Russia's war on Ukraine.
Podcast harriman.columbia.edu
Apple Rating 4.7 / 5Twitter Followers 8KInstagram Followers 1.1K Frequency 1 episode / quarter Avg Length 20 min Listen on Apple YouTube Get Email Contact

7. Said & Done

Said & Done Said & Done is a podcast from the Columbia University Language Resource Center that explores languages at the intersection of culture and biography. In conversation with host Chris Kaiser, guests share how they have been shaped by the languages they speak.
Podcast lrc.columbia.edu
Facebook Followers 564Twitter Followers 679Instagram Followers 129 Frequency 1 episode / quarter Avg Length 39 min Listen on YouTube Get Email Contact

8. Overdue Conversations

Overdue Conversations Overdue Conversations is a podcast about the ways archives inform our discussions around history, literature, and politics. From digital publishing to reparative justice, climate change to public health, this series of Overdue Conversations takes archival documents out of the stacks and into the public forum to consider how collecting practices, selective reading, and erasure of past knowledge informs and distorts contemporary debates.
Podcast overdue.podcasts.library.columbia.edu
Apple Rating 5 / 5Twitter Followers 32 Listen on Apple Get Email Contact

9. Columbia Invents

Columbia Invents The Columbia Invents podcast by Columbia Technology Ventures is a series of interviews with faculty researchers at Columbia University. Hosted by Orin Herskowitz, Executive Director of Columbia Technology Ventures, the series explores breakthrough innovations being developed in Columbia's scientific laboratories, the process of spinning these technologies out of the lab and into the market via industry or startups, and the challenges early stage technologies must overcome in order to realize their full potential.
Podcast columbiainvents.podbean.com
Apple Rating 5 / 5Facebook Followers 1.6KTwitter Followers 7.1K Frequency 6 episodes / year Avg Length 38 min Listen on Apple Get Email Contact

10. Unpacking Latin America

Unpacking Latin America Unpacking Latin America is a monthly podcast hosted by Prof. Vicky Murillo on the exciting research produced by Columbia scholars about Latin American history, culture, and politics, which helps our understanding of the contemporary challenges of the region. It is produced in English and selectively in Spanish.
Podcast podcasters.spotify.com
Apple Rating 4.3 / 5Facebook Followers 6.1KTwitter Followers 8.1KInstagram Followers 3.2K Listen on Apple YouTube Get Email Contact

11. Pod-Tone 292

Pod-Tone 292 Welcome to Pod-Tone 292, a space designed to amplify the diverse voices and interests of the Columbia University community. Through entertaining and engaging audio stories, this podcast aims to explore what it means to be a student at Columbia. Pod-Tone 292 is a podcast of the Columbia Daily Spectator, the undergraduate newspaper at Columbia.
Podcast podcasters.spotify.com
Apple Rating 5 / 5Facebook Followers 18.2KTwitter Followers 18.2KInstagram Followers 21.6K Frequency 3 episodes / year Avg Length 20 min Listen on Apple Get Email Contact

12. Expert Opinions: Russia, Eurasia

Expert Opinions: Russia, Eurasia A podcast from the Harriman Institute at Columbia University and eurasianet.org. Masha Udensiva-Brenner interviews experts about political and cultural developments in Russia and Eurasia.
Podcast soundcloud.com
Apple Rating 5 / 5Facebook Followers 3KTwitter Followers 8K Frequency 3 episodes / year Avg Length 19 min Since Mar 2017 Listen on Apple Get Email Contact

13. CRT2

CRT2 Columbia Race Talks: Critical Race Theory (CRT2) is a project of the Studio for Law and Culture at Columbia Law School. Produced by students in the Critical Race Theory Seminar Workshop, CRT2 uses critical race theory as a lens to look at charged issues, contested histories, and contemporary debates about law, culture, and the politics of race.
Podcast crt2.podcasts.library.columbia.edu
Apple Rating 5 / 5 Frequency 1 episode / quarter Avg Length 26 min Listen on Apple Get Email Contact

14. The Psychology PhD

The Psychology PhD As current Ph.D. students, we created this podcast because we know that applying to graduate programs in psychology can be bewildering. We remember asking ourselves questions like: Is a graduate degree in psychology right for me? If so, what kind of program should I choose? How do I develop competitive application materials? And is there anyone else like me in these programs? If you're wondering about the same things, you've landed in the right place! We're glad you're here.
Podcast thepsychologyphd.podbean.com
Twitter Followers 1.3K Frequency 1 episode / year Avg Length 31 min Listen on Apple Spotify YouTube Get Email Contact

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