How can people improve their chances to get a job? U.S. Department of Education Acting Assistant Secretary Johan Uvin, researchers and business leaders discuss how the job market is changing. We discuss the general Employability Skills Framework, education policy, and the economy.
For insight on the Employability Skills Framework, visit: http://cte.ed.gov/employabilityskills/
In this episode, we discuss the future of medicine through genetic testing. Cynthia Powell, Julianne O'Daniel and Megan Lewis are part of the NC NEXUS team studying newborn screening and the public's understanding of genetics.
We're celebrating International Women's Day with our guests Wendee Wechsberg and Kyla Kurian, who discuss gender, sexuality and health research.
Award-winning researcher Pam Lattimore discusses the transition from prison to society.
Curt Coomes and Terry Munn join us for a discussion on HIV prevention and research ethics. They share stories of health promotion research involving local community groups along with some of the challenges faced.
Kyle Bradbury and Mike Gallaher join us to discuss energy use around the world. Also, learn some tips on how a few changes in the home can result in major savings.
Researcher and community organizer, Dr. Phillip Graham, joins our show to discuss teen violence, substance use, and prevention.
What is college "undermatching" and why does it matter? Dr. Alexandria Walton Radford discusses her book, "Top Student, Top School? How Social Class Shapes Where Valedictorians go to College" on our January 11th show.
Dr. Kelle Barrick joins The Measure of Everyday Life to discuss human trafficking. The episode also highlights how sex trafficking is portrayed in the media with insights from Drs. Anne Johnston and Barbara Friedman of The Uiversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.