Oct 20, 2021
We depend on our healthcare workforce, including both clinicians and many public health workers. On this episode, we talk about the state of our public health workforce with Jennifer Horney of the University of Delaware and Lisa Macon Harrison of the Granville-Vance District Health Department in North Carolina.
Oct 13, 2021
Protecting our watersheds in the future will involve shaping human behavior among other efforts. On this episode, we continue our exploration of water as a consideration for social science through a conversation with Chelsea McGimpsey, water resources planner for the County of San Diego.
Oct 6, 2021
Water is a life-giving force and yet managing its uncertainty also is a major challenge for us in the 21st century. On this episode, we talk with water resources engineer Jonathan Quebbeman about public understanding of water management and society.
Sep 29, 2021
Who was the first person to cross the Pacific Ocean and return? Why don't we know the history of Pacific navigation to the same extent we know Atlantic history? On this episode, we talk with Andrés Reséndez, the author of Conquering the Pacific: An Unknown Mariner and the Final Great Voyage of the Age of Discovery.
Sep 22, 2021
How can photography offer testaments of social movements? On this episode, we talk with Veronica Chambers, editor for narrative projects for The New York Times and author (with Jennifer Harlan) of Call and Response: The Story of Black Lives Matter, a visual accounting of the movement and responses to the movement.