Advance Rutgers is a podcast about the many ways that Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is addressing critical issues of our day. It’s a show for anyone curious about how Rutgers’ faculty and researchers are developing innovative solutions to the biggest problems in health care, the environment, artificial intelligence, and much more. These projects are truly epic in scope and scale, but champions for these signature initiatives clearly explain what they are, why they matter, who they benefit, and what the future could hold.
Rock Steady is an arts and culture podcast produced by Express Newark, the center for socially engaged art and design in which faculty, students, artists, and community residents learn about, collaborate, and create art to advocate for social change. Rock Steady is hosted by Fran Bartkowski, an English and Women’s Studies professor at Rutgers-Newark.
A Way with Words
Voice features host Stephanie Rodriguez chatting with artists, authors, linguists, translators, poets, professors, and enthusiasts about the power of language and how multilingualism and diversity support social cohesion. Voice is produced by Lives in Translation, the translation and interpreting studies program within the Spanish and Portuguese Department at Rutgers-Newark.
The Power of Attorney features Rutgers Law School co-deans Kimberly Mutcherson and Rose Cuison-Villazor in conversation with leading legal minds, including alumni and faculty of the law school. The podcast gives listeners an inside look at the power of a legal education and explores what it means to be a lawyer in an ever-changing world.
Every other Tuesday, Work of Art taps into the vast network of nearly 1,200 undergraduate and graduate dancers, musicians, theater artists, filmmakers, and visual artists that make up the Mason Gross School of the Arts’ global community. The podcast speaks with some of these artists, discussing what fuels their curiosity, their passion, and their impulse to create.
Enter at your own Risk
No Man’s Land refers to a mysterious section of woods in Central New Jersey rumored to be haunted. Each episode focuses on a tale from its terrible history of violence dating as far back as the late 1600s, all of which contain eerily similar elements of the supernatural. The podcast is co-hosted and produced by Rutgers English professor John Hulme and former Writers House students Will Schwartz, Marc Ramrekha, and Sofia Solimando.
Faces and Voices
Faces and Voices tells the Rutgers story through its greatest asset–the students, faculty, staff, and alumni who make it a dynamic place of discovery. Join President Jonathan Holloway as he learns about each individual through conversations illustrating the university’s diversity, scope, and impact. On the heels of our return to campus, this series engages members of our beloved community and reminds us that this is what excellence looks like.
Faces in the Crowd
Each episode of Extra Credit is built around short conversations with Rutgers students about their journey and experiences at Rutgers or interviews with faculty about how they got into their field and what makes the courses they teach special. The podcast was recently launched by the Rutgers-New Brunswick Office of Summer & Winter Sessions and drops new episodes every other Monday.
The Inside Rutgers Athletics podcast channel from Rutgers Athletics and Rutgers Sports Properties (powered by Learfield/IMG College) is the home of the Steve Pikiell Podcast and includes exclusive interviews with Rutgers’ head coaches, Rutgers Athletics radio shows, and postgame recaps.
The Holding Space podcast is home to robust conversations that identify drivers of inequity and illustrate how individuals can find themselves in the work of progress. Guests of the show offer expertise on a range of topics, including building an inclusive academy, accessibility and disability, the consequence of and solutions for offense, the impact of oppression and more. Listen to explore diversity, equity, and inclusion concepts and language that are commonly used, but not well explained or understood. In the ‘Office Hours’ segment, guests share tangible resources for listeners to learn more about the topic of discussion. Holding Space is hosted by Dr. Joan Collier, senior director of institutional equity and strategic initiatives.
From the Rutgers Equine Science Center come two podcasts for horse enthusiasts on the go. Horses in the Morning and the Equine Science Center Podcast are the world’s leading podcasts for the horse world with listeners in more than 90 countries. Each episode offers a lively, entertaining look at the horse world and the people in it. Tune in for expert knowledge on the latest equine research, conversations with out-of-the-ordinary guests, horse training tips, health segments, and listener call-ins.
On the Pandemic
Join host Mary Marchetta O’Dowd, Executive Director of Health Systems and Population Health Integration, university experts, and health leaders as they examine the critical challenges we face in our recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy faculty, staff experts, alumni, and students for weekly EJB Talks, which feature in-depth discussions of topics surrounding public policy, urban planning, public health, health administration, and informatics.
Through a mix of interviews with LGBTQ community members, academics, and students, the Queer Newark Podcast explores why Newark’s LGBTQ history matters and how public history projects can combat queer erasure. This podcast is an offshoot of the Queer Newark Oral History Project, a community-driven endeavor supported by Rutgers University–Newark that collects and preserves the life stories of LGBTQ and gender-nonconforming individuals in Newark.
Spanning the Globe
Turn to Rutgers Around the World for insightful discussions of global goings-on at Rutgers. In each episode, you’ll hear directly from the Rutgers faculty, staff, students, scholars, and alumni who are making international strides in research, education, and service.
The Write Stuff
Hosted by author and program coordinator Aimee LaBrie and documentary filmmaking instructor John Hulme, the Writers House Podcast is an ongoing conversation with creative writing faculty and students about storytelling’s constructive and life-changing powers for personal and social good. The podcast is produced by the Writers House, an undergraduate creative writing community in the Rutgers-New Brunswick English department.
The On the Pandemic podcast series features university leaders, researchers, and medical experts examining the critical challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Episodes cover how to interpret new guidelines, what to expect in the coming months, and what the next pandemic might look like.
Traditional corporate practices got us to a life-threatening climate and an unjust society. Changing this trajectory needs bold solutions from diverse thinkers. Impact Reimagined podcast helps you discover and reimagine a future where humanity’s greatest problems are meaningfully addressed. Hosted by Noa Gafni, Executive Director of the Rutgers Institute for Corporate Social Innovation (RICSI), in conversation with the most forward-thinking leaders in the business world and beyond.