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UCL (University College London) is consistently ranked among the world's top universities. Our excellence extends across all academic disciplines, from one of the world's foremost centres for research and teaching in the biological sciences to world-renowned centres for architecture (UCL Bartlett), education (UCL Institute of Education) and fine art (UCL Slade School). UCL is London's leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 13,000 staff and 38,000 students from 150 different cou ...
 
Presented by Doctor, writer and TV Presenter Xand Van Tulleken and community health psychologist, UCL lecturer and self-proclaimed hippie, Dr Rochelle Burgess. This podcast is about public health, but more importantly, it’s about the systems that need disrupting to make public health better. In each episode, we’ll be challenging the status quo of this field, asking what needs to change, why and how to get there. Each month we’ll be joined by activists, scholars, artists, comedians and indust ...
 
It's here, 2012 UCLA Football Season. New Head Coach Jim Mora has instilled a much needed toughness & discipline to the program. Tune in weekly every Tuesday & Thursday nights from 7:30pm - 8:30pm (PST) with Michael S. Martinez a former UCLA Player & Rick Kimbrel UCLA recruiting analyst. We'll give game analysis, assess players & coaches performances, give recruiting updates & cover the Pac-12 Conference.
 
A weekly 2 hour showcase of the latest and greatest in melodic electronic dance music. Featuring 30 minute guest mixes from around the world! Airing at UCLAradio.com every Friday, 8pm-10pm PST from January 7th to March 18th. www.uclaradio.com/listen.pls to stream the broadcast! You can also listen in through iTunes’s radio by finding UCLA radio under the colleges/universities category. Feel free to message me below or at soulstacemusic@gmail.com for song requests, compliments, critiques, etc ...
 
A podcast with School of Public Policy and UCL academics alongside practitioners who will discuss the politics and policy of Covid-19. The format of the podcast will include short presentations from each speaker, with most of the time dedicated to discussion and debate. Listeners will have the option to pre-submit questions to our panel using the links on our website and each podcast will be available to listen to on all major platforms at any time following release.
 
Keep it Civil, the biweekly engineering podcast from UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, explores the fascinating and diverse world of engineering. We sit down with top engineers from UCL and beyond to discuss some amazing projects tackling real-world problems and shine a light on aspects of engineering science that may not have been on your radar. http://www.cege.ucl.ac.ukBanner image: Pointcloud of La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey, by Charles Thomson, 3DIMPact Research Group (He ...
 
The official podcast of the UCLA Law Review. In each episode of Dialectic, we discuss a legal topic from a recent or forthcoming UCLA Law Review article. Often we do this by interviewing our published authors about their legal academic work. On occasion, we ask other academics and professionals to comment on our published pieces. By speaking with both our own authors and leaders in other, nonacademic fields, we hope to generate an ongoing dialogue that will supplement our print journal and b ...
 
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What are the challenges facing London as it comes out of the pandemic and into a post-Brexit world? Join Prof Alan Thompson, Pro-Vice-Provost for London, in conversation with Dr Jon Reades from The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment.Show notes and transcript on https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ucl-minds/podcasts/ucl-future-cities…
 
This week, we’re focusing on politics in the United States. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have been in office for a little over 100 days now. So how is it going? Has Biden been sleepy Joe? Has he pursued the path of moderation and coalition-building that has characterized so much of his long career? Or has he turned out much …
 
The arts and culture sectors are among the hardest hit by the pandemic and lockdown but what would a post-pandemic world look like without art? Is there potential for arts and culture to be a significant part of the post-pandemic recovery? In this month’s episode, we speak to widely exhibited artist Dr Harold Offeh and UCL Professor of Biology Prof…
 
Dr. Riitta-Liisa Valijärvi, associate professor in Finnish and minority languages, and PhD candidates, Charlotte Doesberg, and Amanda DiGioia, join “Talking Europe” to discuss their new edited volume, which brings together the fascinating pairing of rock music and research.The three SSEES researchers are the co-editors of ‘Multilingual Metal Music:…
 
Interested in roles relating to how businesses are making their practices sustainable? Want a career in sustainability investment, product management, supply chain or consulting? Find out more about the reality of day-to-day roles, highlights and challenges as well as advice on routes in and sourcing relevant experience. Guests include staff from F…
 
Save the planet, save lives, save money! Presented and edited by two UCL graduates, Cassidy and Cerys, will take you on a journey from patient to planet.In this episode we're talking about saving the planet with Professor Mark Maslin, a climate change expert and author of "How to Save the Planet: the Facts". Mr Manish Chand, Associate Professor in …
 
In this episode, we talk with one of our partnerships and reflect on their participation in the Action Learning Groups. We speak to partners from Barnsley Council and Leeds Beckett University who are delivering a project on low-energy housing. The Action Learning Groups were a chance for the projects to come together with other partnerships and dis…
 
Join hosts Xand and Rochelle for Episode 5 of Public Health Disrupted, the brand new podcast from UCL Health of the Public.The arts and culture sectors are among the hardest hit by the pandemic and lockdown but what would a post-pandemic world look like without art? Is there potential for arts and culture to be a significant part of the post-pandem…
 
This month, we're talking about slowness and what it means in the context of a city or a space.To help us think about slowness, host Christoph speaks to Pedro Gil, an architect and Senior Teaching Fellow at the Bartlett School of Architecture and Dr Elsa Arcaute, Associate Professor in the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA).Listen to hear …
 
Prof Anna Cox talks to Dr Conor Linehan, an expert in the design and evaluation of technology to support education and health behaviours. We cover his journey from being a psychologist to a leading HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) specialist, working on the application of behavioural psychology principles to technology design. Conor has a particula…
 
If you enjoy working with people and want to make a real impact in their lives, then you’ll value our frontline healthcare panel in this episode, where you’ll hear from healthcare professionals and those training to work directly with patients and clients in a health focused role. Professionals on the panel include those with experience in the area…
 
Welcome to “Creative Lives”, a podcast which opens provocative conversations, experimenting with big ideas and local practices. We bring together researchers, experts by experience, artists and performers, approaching issues around community, learning, communication, healthcare, welfare, age and the life course. The possibilities of creativity are …
 
The Ramsay medal has been awarded annually since 1923 to the top postgraduate student studying in their final year in the Department of Chemistry at UCL. Roshni Malde was the 2020 winner of the award, for her work on the Development and Study of Photoactive Protein Bioconjugates. In this month's episode, Malcolm and Maymana sit with Roshni to ask a…
 
Citizen social science is an emerging urban research method. This event will look at the role citizen social scientists, residents trained to work as social scientists in their neighbourhoods, played in a project to redefine what prosperity means to people living in and around the Olympic Park.Date: 23rd March 2021About the speaker: Saffron Woodcra…
 
This week marks one year since we launched our first episode of Coronavirus: The Whole Story - when we had no idea what challenges lay ahead of us. In today’s episode, we speak to three UCL experts to hear about how much has changed in that time, looking specifically at government and the law. What powers have been brought in to help enforce lockdo…
 
Former child actress of the UK series Hollyoaks and current student of UCL, Ashley Slanina- Davies takes us through her fascinating and unusual journey of growing up on television and how this has led her to her current role as UCL's sabbatical officer and student of neuroscience. Ashley talks candidly to us about how being an actress has led her t…
 
According to the UK Office for National Statistics, in 2020 the number of domestic abuse incidences rose significantly following the first national lockdown in the UK. In this episode, UCL’s Carol Rivas, Associate Professor in Social Policy and Programme Evaluation, speaks to us about her own experiences with domestic violence, the effect it has ha…
 
UCL student of mechanical engineering and Co-lead of the inspiring student-led Project Impactive, Volodymyr Kyselov talks about his fascinating life which has already taken him to various parts of the world and seen him work on a number of important social initiatives. Volodymyr talks candidly about what drives him, his ambitions for the future and…
 
Depression is a common mental health difficulty amongst both our students and wider society. In this episode of Remarkable Stories, we speak to UCL alumna Cynthia Ko about her own struggle with depression, the reasons behind it, and what keeps her energised and moving forward.Content warning: please note, if you are experiencing or have experienced…
 
UCL's Chief Operating Officer Fiona Ryland takes time out of her impossibly busy schedule to talk with us about her fascinating journey to where she is today. From her humble beginnings, being the first in her family to attend university to becoming COF of UCL, we explore the challenges she has faced; themes such as imposter syndrome and the import…
 
UCL Alumni, Fashion psychologist and founder of Fashion is Psychology, Shakaila Forbes-Bell talks to us today about her fascinating academic journey, career success in the leading-edge field of fashion psychology and ambitions for the future. We also deep dive into the theme of Black Lives Matter, social change and the challenges that come along wi…
 
James Lighthill, Provost of UCL between 1979 and 1989, was the author of a highly influential report to government on artificial intelligence (AI), one which questioned what AI was and what it could achieve. Its impact was profound. It was the cause, say some, of the first 'AI winter' of the 1970s. In this Lunchtime Lecture I will present my discov…
 
Professor Anna Cox talks to Dr Joe Newbold, an expert in Sonic Interaction Design, about how he's managed to combine his passion for music with his curiosity about how we interact with technology. We talk about how we can use our expectations of how music unfolds to help us really focus on our work, or to be more active - in a way that's much more …
 
Prof Anna Cox talks to Dr Paulina Bondaronek, an expert in behaviour change technology about her journey to studying psychology at university, how her father's disabilities sparked her interest in health psychology, and how she dealt with her own mental health struggles during her PhD. They also discuss her research on behaviour change technology w…
 
Welcome back to Black Lives at UCL. In our final episode of the series, host Tunde Banjoko OBE talks to three UCL’s students. Noella Kalasa, an undergraduate Natural Sciences student specialising in Geophysics and Physical Chemistry, and Co-founder of the UCL Justice Collective, which brings together people at UCL fighting for change. Sephora Madji…
 
Welcome back to Black Lives at UCL. In this episode, our host Tunde Banjoko OBE speaks to three members of UCL’s Professional Services Staff. Noel Caliste, an Executive Assistant working within the Library Services, and the Chair of UCL’s LGBTQ+ Equality Steering Group. Terrie Fiawoo, Departmental Manager of the Department for Population, Policy an…
 
Welcome to the debut episode of Black Lives at UCL. Host, Tunde Banjoko OBE is joined by three UCL academics. Dr Lele Rangaka, a Clinical Associate Professor at the Institute for Global Health, Honorary Associate Professor at the University of Cape Town and a member of UCL TB, a global tuberculosis research network. Dr Lola Solebo, an NIHR clinical…
 
UCL Alumni with experience at the Red Cross, Global Partnerships for Education, ACTED Nigeria and the World Health Organisation will be taking part in the panel event in this episode. Hear from our speakers about their career journey and the steps they took to work within International Development after they graduated from UCL. Transcript: https://…
 
Coming out of lockdown doesn't mean returning to life as we knew it, especially in the world of work. So this week, we've brought together two UCL experts to talk us through the future of work, and how COVID-19 has the potential to change things for the better.Guests: - Prof Anna Cox (Professor & Vice Dean (Equality, Diversity & Inclusion) UCL Facu…
 
In this series, guests from across UCL and beyond share their innovative solutions and ideas for addressing societal challenges, discussing topics from a cross-disciplinary perspective and inspiring and encouraging us to think differently about issues of local, national, and global concern. In this week’s episode, Professor Rose Luckin (UCL Institu…
 
Nathan and Hanna again welcome Muna Osisioma to the show to wrap up the 2020/2021 UCLA Men's Basketball Season Recap. Topics include Sean Miller fired at Arizona, Jalen Hill walking away from basketball, trends in basketball tactics and analytics, and whether/how UCLA should honor Final Fours in Pauley. Links: 1. Jalen Hill's Instagram announcement…
 
Welcome to the eWorkLife podcast. Your host Prof Anna Cox reveals what she has in store for you in her brand new podcast about work, life and wellbeing. She’ll be talking to researchers in the field about productivity, wellbeing and work-life balance, and how we can make the most of our technology to get our work done, keep connected to others, and…
 
Welcome to the Post-Soviet Press Pod’s "10 Minutes on…" series, which condenses the key information you need to know about each of the 15 countries of the former USSR into a bitesize 10 minutes. In this fourth episode, we discuss Ukraine. MA students at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), James Bolton-Jones and Eleanor Eva…
 
In this episode, you will hear from recent UCL graduates and experienced professionals working in the Charity and NGO sectors about their career to date and gain top tips on how to get a foot in the door. From volunteering to internships, gaining experience can give you the edge when applying for graduate roles. Including speakers from The National…
 
How is testing helping us address the pandemic? Why is it still important? Could the light at the end of the tunnel that we now glimpse be genuine this time? Answers depend on the two pillars that underpin hope in the future - vaccines and testing. Host Vivienne Parry OBE is joined by guests who have been instrumental in testing programmes both her…
 
On this episode of Israel in Depth, Dov Waxman talks with Emmanuel Navon, author of The Star and the Scepter: A Diplomatic History of Israel (2020), about the history of Jewish, Zionist and Israeli diplomacy.
 
Muna Osisioma joins Nathan and Hanna to wax poetic and analytic about the Bruins' miracle run to the Final Four and the inspiring/heartbreaking semifinal loss to Gonzaga. The guys had so much to say that they called an artificial halt to the proceedings and agreed to reconvene next week for a broader basketball season recap. Here's a link to Ben Bo…
 
Join Cassidy for April’s #MadeAtUCL podcast which talks about Pain: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Imagine not feeling pain... Or never having to fear visiting the dentist... Or being able to communicate pain... Hear about:- The FAAH-OUT gene discovery and how the latest research is helping people with chronic pain conditions with Dr James Cox (Se…
 
How does a lipid researcher interested in microscopic signalling mechanisms develop a keen side interest in teaching in to a £1M CPD operation? The development of the SysMIC programme (http://sysmic.ac.uk) has a lot to say about the how an open mind and an open hand can create and grow surprising projects in UCLs exceptionally fertile academic soil…
 
While violence against women is a problem all over the world, in some countries it is widely accepted as a normal part of women's everyday lives. These ‘extreme settings’ are often excluded from research as outliers, but in fact, they have a lot to teach us about the psychology of violent behaviour and how it can be prevented. This lecture explores…
 
It is undeniable that anthropogenic climate change is a significant and time-sensitive global concern. We have built our transport sector on the back of fossil fuel powered internal combustion engines, emitting harmful pollutants during use. With the biosphere struggling to cope, and local air pollution shortening lives, we must make a change to th…
 
Transnationalism can be understood as the way that individuals attempt to maintain their connections with friends and family across two (or more) cultures and countries, as well as their own identity. In an age of fast travel and instant communication, it may seem simple for people, especially young people, to sustain their connection with their co…
 
The gender wage gap has been closing gradually in the UK, as in other countries, but convergence is slower among top earners. We examine the gap among university Vice Chancellors who are among the most highly paid employees in the UK. Although heavily dominated by men the occupation has experienced a recent influx of women “breaking the glass ceili…
 
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