Apr 5, 2017
How does social science shape sports? Former UVA basketball star and Director of UNC's Center of Sport Business, Dr. Deborah Stroman, discusses methods of quantifying athletic talent and cultivating leadership on and off the court.
Mar 29, 2017
What is the state of public health in India today? Representatives from RTI Global India join us to discuss the work they are doing around noncommunicable diseases in India. We also hear a special feature from Alyssa Jordan on how youths are working with policy makers to reduce teen smoking rates.
Mar 22, 2017
Why do some communities fare better than others in responding to natural disasters? Is there a correlation between neighborhood camaraderie and disaster recovery? Daniel Aldrich of Northeastern University discusses how building resilience in communities could improve recovery efforts based on his work and experience in...
Mar 15, 2017
Despite the fact that we are all aging, only a small percentage of adults think about their long-term care needs. Even less actually pay for long-term care insurance. We discuss why this happens and what the perceptions are around aging and long-term care with Joshua Wiener.
Mar 8, 2017
What exactly is uncertainty? How do people deal with this concept in science and in their everyday lives? Novelist Chrissy Kolaya joins us to discuss the idea of uncertainty as it relates to her novel, Charmed Particles, which explores public attitudes towards science and the fear of the unknown.