PhD Podcast Project: Laura Phillips, History of Art



The Ph.D. Podcast Project features the diverse and groundbreaking research conducted by current and recent Yale graduate students. In interviews by their graduate peers, graduate researchers discuss what motivates them, their innovations and research process, and the unusual challenges they have faced in their journey.

OCS Podcasts (full episode list) – https://ocs.yale.edu/podcast


PhD Podcast Project: Lizzie White, Public Health



The Ph.D. Podcast Project features the diverse and groundbreaking research conducted by current and recent Yale graduate students. In interviews by their graduate peers, graduate researchers discuss what motivates them, their innovations and research process, and the unusual challenges they have faced in their journey.

OCS Podcasts (full episode list) – https://ocs.yale.edu/podcast


PhD Podcast Project: Saiti Halder, Biomedical Engineering



The Ph.D. Podcast Project features the diverse and groundbreaking research conducted by current and recent Yale graduate students. In interviews by their graduate peers, graduate researchers discuss what motivates them, their innovations and research process, and the unusual challenges they have faced in their journey.

OCS Podcasts (full episode list) – https://ocs.yale.edu/podcast


PhD Podcast Project: Raghav Seghal, Computational Biology and Bioinformatics



The Ph.D. Podcast Project features the diverse and groundbreaking research conducted by current and recent Yale graduate students. In interviews by their graduate peers, graduate researchers discuss what motivates them, their innovations and research process, and the unusual challenges they have faced in their journey.

OCS Podcasts (full episode list) – https://ocs.yale.edu/podcast


PhD Podcast Project: Eugene Kwon, Combined Program in East Asian Studies and Film/Media



The Ph.D. Podcast Project features the diverse and groundbreaking research conducted by current and recent Yale graduate students. In interviews by their graduate peers, graduate researchers discuss what motivates them, their innovations and research process, and the unusual challenges they have faced in their journey.

OCS Podcasts (full episode list) – https://ocs.yale.edu/podcast


PhD Podcast Project: Allesandro Zulli, Chemical and Environmental Engineering



The Ph.D. Podcast Project features the diverse and groundbreaking research conducted by current and recent Yale graduate students. In interviews by their graduate peers, graduate researchers discuss what motivates them, their innovations and research process, and the unusual challenges they have faced in their journey.

OCS Podcasts (full episode list) – https://ocs.yale.edu/podcast


PhD Podcast Project: Black at Yale – Demar Lewis, Sociology and African American Studies



The Ph.D. Podcast Project features the diverse and groundbreaking research conducted by current and recent Yale graduate students. In interviews by their graduate peers, graduate researchers discuss what motivates them, their innovations and research process, and the unusual challenges they have faced in their journey.

OCS Podcasts (full episode list) – https://ocs.yale.edu/podcast


PhD Podcast Project: Black at Yale – Dusty Gavin, Religious Studies and African American Studies



The Ph.D. Podcast Project features the diverse and groundbreaking research conducted by current and recent Yale graduate students. In interviews by their graduate peers, graduate researchers discuss what motivates them, their innovations and research process, and the unusual challenges they have faced in their journey.

OCS Podcasts (full episode list) – https://ocs.yale.edu/podcast


Thriving or Burn Out In Mentoring, Pastoring, Service & Vocation – Part 1 w/ Christine Pfund



In this new Addy Hour conversation, we start with a two-part episode on thriving without burnout – especially in vocations that involve investing in each other as team members, mentors, educators, leaders and more. In part one, we’re joined by Dr. Christine Pfund, a leader and national director at the forefront of teaching, learning and mentor and mentee training who has written on mentor burnout. Join us for a rich, honest and pragmatic conversation.

Dr. Pfund helps us identify the signs and different types of burn out, and then provides practical tips for replenishing and recharging. In this candid conversation, Dr. Pfund and Dr. Addy also share personal insights from their own mentoring approaches, successes, tensions, growth areas, and navigation with burnout. We also consider the circumstances and internal and external pressures that can move us towards burnout, such as our internal expectations and guilt. To push against this tendency for burnout, we reflect on the powerful role of community, the importance of checking in and support of one another, and the essential practice of setting boundaries. We end by discussing the role of faith perspectives, and the benefits and challenges of servant-hearted leadership and discerning when to say no. This is a great episode that will help you reflect and identify early signs of burnout and give you practical tools that you can apply today. It’s a truly wide-ranging, informative and encouraging conversation!!


The History and Future of Abortion in America



In Roe: The History of a National Obsession, Mary Ziegler charts the many meanings associated with Roe v. Wade during its fifty-year history. In this episode of the Yale University Press podcast, we talk with Ziegler about the nation’s obsession with Roe and the challenges facing those seeking abortions in America today.