Episode 5 - UNC head women’s basketball coach Kamie Ethridge
Interested in being a coach? UNC head women’s basketball coach Kamie Ethridge talks about what it takes (UNC has both undergraduate and graduate programs in Sports Coaching), how her team pursues excellence on the court and in the classroom, and what the upcoming season looks like for the UNC Bears.
June 02, 2017
Episode 4 - UNC Professor Steven Anderson
In the latest episode of the Bear in Mind podcast, student Matthew Cowher talks with UNC Professor Steven Anderson about so-called “cold blooded” volcanos, his work “reading” lava flows, and more.
April 28, 2017
Episode 3 - UNC Professor and Director of the School of Teacher Education Jingzi Huang
In this episode, student Amanda Andrews talks with UNC Professor and Director of the School of Teacher Education Jingzi Huang about the public controversy and concerns surrounding the confirmation of the new U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
April 28, 2017
Episode 2 - UNC Assistant Professor of Theatre Shelly Gaza on Diversity in Oscar Nominations
With the Academy Awards around the corner, Assistant Professor of Theatre Shelly Gaza talks Oscars, representation (including #Oscarssowhite) and the place of politics at award shows with Amanda Andrews. “It’s the artist’s job to be honest and open about what we see in our society,” Gaza said. “Some people think it’s an actors place to shut up and perform but I think that’s a real disservice to the talent and the credit and the intellect of these actors and other artists in the film industry.”
February 21, 2017
Episode 1 - UNC political science professor Dr. Gregory Williams
In this initial episode of the Bear in Mind podcast, UNC political science professor Dr. Gregory Williams talks about President Trump’s first few weeks in office, his campaign promises (including those made during a rally on campus Oct. 30, 2016), and the power of the U.S. presidency.
February 14, 2017
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