Dec 20, 2017
What does music do to our brain? How can we use music therapy to help people? In this episode, Dr. Jayne Standley shares how she applies evidence-based music therapy to teach skills to premature infants and reflects on her career as one of our foremost experts on the use of music to help people.
Dec 13, 2017
Can behavioral science help reduce deaths from household dangers? This week, we talk with experts from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and RTI International about CO poisoning.
Dec 6, 2017
Typewriters are not dead. How does this manual technology persists? What does that say about our society? Filmmaker Doug Nichol joins us to talk about his film, California Typewriter, and our relationship with media and technology.
Nov 22, 2017
In public health, we often see short-term resources meant to help communities, but eventually these efforts disappear. How do we create public health programs that are sustainable for communities around the world? In this episode, we discuss how Curamericas Global partners with communities to implement sustainable...
Nov 8, 2017
Are American higher education institutions stuck in the past? How might the current model of higher education be unable to fully serve students? How could we improve higher education? In this episode, we discuss today's higher education model with Cathy Davidson, an education innovator and distinguished scholar who...