Season 1, Episode 41 | Matthew Fochs

In this week’s episode, we take a walk down memory lane and revisit 12 of the 40 episodes published in the inaugural season of the podcast. Come along with host Matthew Fochs as he explores some of the underlying themes that have popped up each week despite the diverse background and interests of our guests.

To listen to the entire episode for any of the highlights mentioned, please click the links below:

  1. Healthcare & Economics with Martin Gaynor
  2. Geography and Data with Kristen Kurland
  3. Arts and Culture with Regina Smith
  4. Social Innovation with Tim Zak
  5. Modeling and Marijuana Legalization with Jon Caulkins
  6. Designing and Having Difficult Conversations with Michael Arnold Mages
  7. AI, Architecture, and Ethics with Molly Wright Steenson
  8. AI in Law Enforcement and Human Trafficking with Emily Kennedy
  9. Talking About Race with Ijeoma Oluo (Part 1)
  10. Data Analytics and Social Justice with Samuel Singyangwe
  11. A Roundtable Discussion on Institutional Racism and How Students Can Fight for Diversity with Khalil Muhammad
  12. AI, Ethics, and Regulation with David Danks

Thank you all for listening and we are excited to bring you more new episodes over the summer months along with a few republished episodes that we think you may want to revisit!


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Heinz Radio

Heinz Radio is a weekly podcast created by Heinz College students that is dedicated to bringing you interesting conversations about topics that matter in the realms of policy, arts, research and technology. Heinz Radio looks at how the world is changing. It finds people aiming for the stars and digging for answers. It’s about nitty gritty details and global issues. Heinz Radio is about great conversations with smart people who are trying to make the world a little – or a lot – better than they found it.

Heinz Radio started way before podcasts were popular. It used to be on the actual radio, at 88.3 FM, but in 2016, two students got together and re-started Heinz Radio as a podcast. In our first year as a podcast, our team grew from two to ten. As students come and go, and policy and the world shift, Heinz Radio will as well. But we’ll always be committed to bringing you interesting conversations with interesting people about topics that matter.