Other Pitt Podcasts
This podcast series dives into the everyday struggles and thoughts of the workers that keep our country’s wheels rolling: the delivery people, the cooks, the custodians, and many more. Without them, our world would be gloomier and more panic stricken than it already is.
Begun during Pitt's Year of the Humanities, Being Human aims to create conversations between the humanities and other disciplines – conversations that let humanists and scholars in other fields learn from each other and create new forms of understanding as the 21st century unfolds.
A podcast is run by undergraduate and graduate students in the University of Pittsburgh's Department of Communication Science and Disorders and aims to help bridge the "research-clinical divide" by interviewing some of the biggest names in the field, and beyond.
Dialogues in Afrolatinidad
A podcast exploring history, culture, and contemporary issues in Afro-Latin America and U.S.-Afro-Latinx communities. It features interviews with scholars, writers, educators, artists, and community leaders who share their passion for Afro-Latin American and Afro-Latinx Studies, the significance of their intellectual, creative, or community engagement, and resources for learning.
Evil in the Stacks
This short-run podcast is a University of Pittsburgh University Library System production covering the intersections between comics and horror archival collections. This interview podcast discusses the history, trends, themes, and impacts of horror comics on other mediums in the genre and of other mediums on comics.
Music at Pitt
Produced and hosted by Philip Thompson, this podcast features insightful conversation with faculty, students, and alumni on any aspect of music you can imagine and probably some you haven't.
The Pitt News Podcasts
Podcasts produced by the University of Pittsburgh's student newspaper The Pitt News. Topics range from campus news, to sports, to entertainment.
To many, Russia, and the wider Eurasia, is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma. But it doesn’t have to be. The SRB Podcast dispels the stereotypes and myths about the region with lively and informative interviews on Eurasia’s complex past, present, and future. Sean Guillory, Digital Scholarship Curator in the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies at the University of Pittsburgh, is the host and producer.
Remains to Be Seen
We know where the bodies are hidden. An anatomy professor, an English professor, and a future med student talk about the history of the human body in medicine, anatomy, and culture.
A podcast for the change makers, the agitators, and the innovators…the individuals who are doing transformative work in the field of the education.
Sometimes challenging, often disturbing, occasionally absurd, always timely. Criminal Injustice explores the most complex and urgent issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system in conversation with the field's most knowledgeable experts.
Products of Pittsburgh
A podcast about the people in Pittsburgh – innovators, scientists, community leaders – and the remarkable stories behind how they came to be and the work they have produced.
Whether you’re facing an illness yourself, helping a loved one with a diagnosis, hoping to develop a research project that can improve health or healthcare, or trying to provide better medical care yourself, the PaTH patient story archive can give you an idea of what others have faced in their health journeys and help you gain a better understanding of patient and caregiver perspectives.
"Time Out" with the Career Center
A podcast begun in Fall 2020 as a way to connect with students virtually and spread the word about events, programs, employers, and career opportunities.
An award-winning podcast from the editorial offices of Pitt Med exploring matters of life, death, and well-being.
Explore topics ranging from scientific literacy to racism in STEM to better understand the intersection between science and society.
New scientific discoveries and innovations in the world and at the University of Pittsburgh
Seeking to advance critical understanding of where data comes from and how it is used, setting the present moment within a century-long history of information supply and its power-laden consequences.