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    If you are aware of a podcast related to HASS researchers that is missing from this list, please contact the HASS Faculty Research Office.

    Higher Ed Heroes
    In the ‘HigherEd Heroes’ podcast series, A/Prof Alastair Stark and Dr Sebastian Kaempf (School of Political Science and International Studies) talk to some of the best teachers at UQ to discuss ‘what works’ in their classrooms in a jargon-free, non-technical manner. Each episode explores what excites students to learn, what keeps them coming back for lectures, and what makes teaching fun for both teachers and students.

    Science Write Now
    Dr Jessica White, former DECRA Fellow, and current PhD candidate (creative writing) and author and scientist, Dr Amanda Niehaus, run a podcast to join the ever-growing science meets creative writing community, Science Write Now. Sponsored by Australia Council for the Arts, Science Write Now features creative writing inspired by science, craft essays, and interview writers and scientists.

    Fair Food Futures
    The Fair Food Futures podcast explores the stories and visions for change put forth by community food networks in Australia as they seek to progress transformations towards sustainable food futures, and identifies the strategies, challenges and opportunities for making civil society’s visions for fair food futures come to life. The Fair Food Futures Podcast is produced and facilitated by Dr Kiah Smith, Dr Daniel Cruz, and Joanna Horton from UQ's School of Social Science

    Families Under Pressure
    This is a podcast from UQ's Life Course Centre that examines the pressures facing families and what can be done to better support children and families over their life course journey. In the first episode in the series, Prof Matt Sanders (Psychology) and Centre Director Prof Janeen Baxter discuss the pressures facing families, the role of family structures, parenting, relationships and other supports, and what can be done to best support those experiencing, or at risk of, disadvantage.

    Women Finding Success
    The UQ Life Course Centre launched a new podcast series ‘Women Finding Success’ on International Women’s Day. The first episode features UQ’s first female Vice-Chancellor Prof Deborah Terry who discusses her career, including proving wrong the PhD supervisor who told her she could never balance academia and a family, the challenges that women in academia still face, and how she’s working to make things better. This podcast series will release regular episodes on female leaders across UQ.

    Future Tense: Reinventing Research - ABC Radio National
    A critical look at our shape-shifting world and how we're learning to adapt: the new technologies, new approaches and new responses arising from rapid change. ABC’s Radio National recently released a two-part program looking at Reinventing Research. Part One looked at future scenarios and moving away from the publish or perish mantra and Part Two examined Impact, outputs, and the US National Research Cloud.

    An Object in Time - ABC Radio National
    What do a teacup, an umbrella, a whip and an envelope have in common? They are all ordinary objects that changed history forever. From the Cold War era poison-tipped umbrella, to the ginger beer that revolutionised the law, to the piece of paper that brought the world's economy to its knees. In this eight-part series airing on ABC Radio National, UQ's A/Prof Sarah Percy (Political Science and International Studies) tells the fascinating stories behind some of history's most mundane objects.

    Doomscroll Remedy with 4ZZZ's Stephen Stockwell 
    When your feed is filled with crushing news, conspiracy theories and existential threats (climate change and a pandemic, anyone?), life can seem pretty overwhelming. In Doomscroll Remedy, UQ Alumnus Stephen Stockwell (Bachelor of Journalism '08) is going deeper to understand how we got ourselves into this mess — and what we can do to get out of it. You’ll get a glimpse into the lives of people affected by the curliest issues, and meet the people trying to solve them. Stephen Stockwell, or "Stocky" as he is better known, is the Station Manager of community radio station, 4ZZZ – Queensland’s longest running FM radio station.