RadioEd: A podcast from the University of Denver
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Every other Tuesday, the University of Denver's RadioEd podcast brings together voices from our vibrant campus community to host discussions on the problems we face at home and abroad. We tackle the biggest stories from around the world, from the prevalence of head injuries in the NFL, to the political impact of the Women's March, to this week's episode on the rise of Coronavirus, offering opinions and analysis through a well-researched, academic lens.
RadioEd Episode 6: Coronavirus
Featuring Sandy Johnson
This week on RadioEd we discuss the expanding global outbreak of Covid-19, better known as Coronavirus, with Sandy Johnson, Director of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies' program in global health affairs. We ask her about the virus' impact around the world thus far, and what we can expect in the weeks and months ahead.
You can also read our previous Q&A with Sandy Johnson here.
About research at the University of Denver
As a university committed to the public good, we're striving to develop solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. Forging connections between communities and academia is essential to building an inclusive multi-perspective understanding of these problems, creating pathways for knowledge as well as collaboration that spurs innovation.
DU’s current research efforts have been featured in news outlets like The New York Times, Newsweek and others. They include…
- Exploring the effects of felony disenfranchisement.
- Employing lasers as the medium for quantum science.
- Using theater to heal and rehabilitate inmates.
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