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Why does the housing market seem so broken? And what can we do about it? UCLA Housing Voice tackles these questions in conversation with leading housing researchers, with each episode centered on a study and its implications for creating more affordable and accessible communities.
 
UCL (University College London) is consistently ranked among the world's top universities. Our excellence extends across all academic disciplines, from one of the world's foremost centres for research and teaching in the biological sciences to world-renowned centres for architecture (UCL Bartlett), education (UCL Institute of Education) and fine art (UCL Slade School). UCL is London's leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 13,000 staff and 38,000 students from 150 different cou ...
 
Catch up with any event you have missed. The public event podcast series from UCL Political Science brings together the impressive range of policy makers, leading thinkers, practitioners, and academics who speak at our events. Further information about upcoming events can be found via our website: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/political-science/political-science
 
It's here, 2012 UCLA Football Season. New Head Coach Jim Mora has instilled a much needed toughness & discipline to the program. Tune in weekly every Tuesday & Thursday nights from 7:30pm - 8:30pm (PST) with Michael S. Martinez a former UCLA Player & Rick Kimbrel UCLA recruiting analyst. We'll give game analysis, assess players & coaches performances, give recruiting updates & cover the Pac-12 Conference.
 
A weekly 2 hour showcase of the latest and greatest in melodic electronic dance music. Featuring 30 minute guest mixes from around the world! Airing at UCLAradio.com every Friday, 8pm-10pm PST from January 7th to March 18th. www.uclaradio.com/listen.pls to stream the broadcast! You can also listen in through iTunes’s radio by finding UCLA radio under the colleges/universities category. Feel free to message me below or at soulstacemusic@gmail.com for song requests, compliments, critiques, etc ...
 
In this new series, UCL Future Cities explores the complexity of urban living. We’ll be examining today’s most crucial topics and how technology, climate change, health and society all interconnect with the urban spaces of tomorrow. Listen to cutting edge conversations from experts who ask what the future of our cities might be and how new research and applied innovation can help. In this first six-part series, we’re looking at London and what the future holds for the city’s many communities ...
 
A podcast with School of Public Policy and UCL academics alongside practitioners who will discuss the politics and policy of Covid-19. The format of the podcast will include short presentations from each speaker, with most of the time dedicated to discussion and debate. Listeners will have the option to pre-submit questions to our panel using the links on our website and each podcast will be available to listen to on all major platforms at any time following release.
 
Keep it Civil, the biweekly engineering podcast from UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, explores the fascinating and diverse world of engineering. We sit down with top engineers from UCL and beyond to discuss some amazing projects tackling real-world problems and shine a light on aspects of engineering science that may not have been on your radar. http://www.cege.ucl.ac.uk Banner image: Pointcloud of La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey, by Charles Thomson, 3DIMPact Research Group (H ...
 
The official podcast of the UCLA Law Review. In each episode of Dialectic, we discuss a legal topic from a recent or forthcoming UCLA Law Review article. Often we do this by interviewing our published authors about their legal academic work. On occasion, we ask other academics and professionals to comment on our published pieces. By speaking with both our own authors and leaders in other, nonacademic fields, we hope to generate an ongoing dialogue that will supplement our print journal and b ...
 
A new podcast on Physics and Engineering in Medicine from University College London. From the biggest Medical Physics department in the UK, for anyone with an interest in applied science. We hope to be accessible to all, so give us a try! Find us online at www.ucl.ac.uk/medical-physics-biomedical-engineering/
 
Presented by Doctor, writer and TV Presenter Xand Van Tulleken and community health psychologist, UCL lecturer and self-proclaimed hippie, Dr Rochelle Burgess. This podcast is about public health, but more importantly, it’s about the systems that need disrupting to make public health better. In each episode, we’ll be challenging the status quo of this field, asking what needs to change, why and how to get there. Each month we’ll be joined by activists, scholars, artists, comedians and indust ...
 
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In this seminar Michael Jacobs will explain the main issues to be discussed at the Summit, the key players, and likely outcomes. He will place COP26 in the wider context of multilateral cooperation and the domestic politics of acting on climate change. Michael was climate adviser to Gordon Brown when he was Prime Minister and was heavily involved i…
 
Previously in this podcast we examined Prof AbdouMaliq Simone’s talk on ‘Blackness and the Urban’, and used it to think through the racialised city. In this episode, we unpack another key aspect of Simone’s talk: his articulation of Blackness as a form of unsettling. We are joined by the social anthropologist Dr Hélène Neveu Kringelbach, whose work…
 
In this episode we are looking at a new piece of research - Flight to Safety: COVID-Induced Changes in the Intensity of Status Quo Preference and Voting Behavior. This paper focusses on some important questions around covid. How do emotions and particularly anxiety, shape or influence voters preferences? How does anxiety resulting from this unfores…
 
In conversation with the UCL European Institute's Uta Staiger, the historian of modern Germany, Jeff Bowersox, discusses the arrival of Black American entertainers in Central Europe around 1900 - prior to the high modernist forms of American entertainment, including jazz. He also explores what the ambivalent responses of German-speaking audiences a…
 
When major public investments are proposed in lower- and middle-income neighborhoods, it’s common to hear concerns about gentrification and displacement: Will the new rail line, park, or bike lane benefit the people who currently call the neighborhood home, or will it only lead to the displacement of existing residents and their replacement by high…
 
In this episode we address Prof Simone’s notion of the “hallucination of Whiteness”, revisit Dr Lioba Hirsh’s response on the coloniality and antiblack entanglements of Western global health, and are joined by Prof Ola Uduku who helps us consider these recordings in relation to her own research as Professor of Architecture at the Manchester School …
 
In this, our first episode of the new academic year, we’re looking at politics in Russia. Alexei Navalny – who hit the headlines around the world last year by surviving an attempt to assassinate him by lacing his underpants with Novichok, and who now languishes in prison 100km east of Moscow – is Russia’s best known opposition leader. Indeed, a new…
 
This month we are exploring recovery. As Cassidy has been busy finishing her dissertation, join Cerys as they learn how to recover through stories about long Covid community led research, transformative technology in the NHS, and a memorial garden built by students in the Institute of Education.With thanks to our guest speakers:Dr Owain Rhys Hughes…
 
In this final episode for the series, we sit down with the organisers of the programme, UCL and the Local Government Association. We will be going behind the scenes to explore the highs and lows of the partnership and how they developed an idea into an innovative network of officers and academics. It will cover how the partnership came about, the c…
 
In this first episode we revisit excerpts of Prof AbdouMaliq Simone’s 2019 talk from the conference ‘At the frontiers of the urban’ that considered the multiplicities of Black Urbanisms as a series of refrains, calls and responses, parallel but complicit investigations and makings. Our aim here is to interpret some of his insights and transpose the…
 
In this first episode we revisit excerpts of Prof AbdouMaliq Simone’s 2019 talk from the conference ‘At the frontiers of the urban’ that considered the multiplicities of Black Urbanisms as a series of refrains, calls and responses, parallel but complicit investigations and makings. Our aim here is to interpret some of his insights and transpose the…
 
We know that the COVID-19 pandemic has been tough on many renters, with job and income losses piled on top of mental stress and the physical threat of deadly infection. Then add housing insecurity to the mix. The UCLA Lewis Center’s Mike Manville and Paavo Monkkonen join us as guests to talk about two recent surveys of LA County renters: How have t…
 
In our fourth episode Selina & Caswell talk to Professor Nick Fox about the importance of research into Alzheimer’s disease and the progress being made towards better diagnosis and treatment.Find out more and access the transcript here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/research/domains/neuroscience/brain-stories-podcast…
 
Do you have to be in a couple to be a successful adult? In this episode of Talking Europe, we ask how norms around coupledom differ across Europe and how they have changed in recent decades.The EI’s Claudia Sternberg is joined by Sasha Roseneil, Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Science in the IAS, and UCL’s Dean of Social and Historical Scienc…
 
Many cities — and the entire state of California — are considering ending single-family zoning, or apartment bans, to improve housing affordability and address historic injustices in housing and land use. Opponents of these reforms argue that “upzoning” for higher-density housing will do the opposite, raising housing prices and harming lower-income…
 
In this episode, Dr Mine Orlu (UCL School of Pharmacy) shares her positive perspective on ageing, and explains the need for a cultural change in ageing research and policy. She also shares some learning from actively involving participants in her own research and the outputs they have co-created.You can find out more and access the transcript here:…
 
In this episode, we’ll be discussing how the partnerships are feeling about graduating the programme and the next steps for their projects. As discussed in the last episode, with COP26 being hosted this year our partnerships have had to start thinking about the future of their projects and how their good work will be continued. We will also be catc…
 
We discuss: *the details of the LSU game, and how UCLA pulled it off. *what the game means for the rest of the season, in the context of the Pac-12's performance in week one. *how an elite UCLA season could impact recruiting저자 Bruin Report Online, 247Sports, UCLA, UCLA Football, UCLA Basketball
 
The Bruins are now 2-0! Josh Lewin recaps with help from Wayne Cook and Matt Stevens: hear all the highlights, plus post-game interviews with Chip Kelly, Greg Dulcich and Dorian Thompson-Robinson See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
This is the fourth podcast in the Resilience Research Group's series on 'What is Resilience?'. For this podcast we are visited by Dr Dayna Fullerton (Sydney), Lisa Zhang (UCL), and Dr Sabina Kleitman (Sydney). The podcast is hosted by Dr Jennifer McGowan (UCL).This podcast covers:1. How does resilience relate to Covid?2. How might Covid have impact…
 
Bryan Fenley, Nick Koop, and former UCLA quarterback Wayne Cook run the triple option going in-depth on UCLA Athletics. Special guests - linebacker Bo Calvert, women's water polo redshirt senior Maddie Musselman, and Athletic Director Martin Jarmond. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/…
 
In this month’s episode of #MadeAtUCL we’re growing. Join us as we explore three unique perspectives on growth and how it can be both a positive and negative concept. We chat with Dr Michelle Heys and Dr Simbarashe Chimhuya and hear about their technical solution to newborn healthcare, with Dr Philip Pogge Von Strandmann about how we can reduce the…
 
In the run up to COP26, Dr Harry Kennard discusses the co-benefits of climate mitigation actions for health with academics and scientists from UCL and beyond.In episode 2 Dr Harry Kennard talks to UCL's Lauren Ferguson about inequalities in indoor air pollution exposure in the UK.You can find our more information and access the transcript here: htt…
 
Institutions like the U.S. Census Bureau offer us a wealth of statistics about the places people live: household incomes; demographics like race, ethnicity, age, and gender; how many people own or rent their homes, how much they pay, and where they moved from. We know much less about how people perceive their neighborhoods — how they feel about the…
 
UCLA throttles Hawaii 44-10 in the season opener. Josh Lewin and Matt Stevens have the recap; additionally, you'll hear from Wayne Cook, Chip Kelly, center Jon Gaines and running back Zack Charbonnet. Game highlights are also included. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-…
 
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