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The University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts (UC3P) is a Harris Student Organization that aims to promote public discourse through a public policy perspective.

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The University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts (UC3P) is a Harris Student Organization that aims to promote public discourse through a public policy perspective.

    Martin Joseph on a Life of Jazz

    Martin Joseph on a Life of Jazz

    Two years ago, we spoke with Martin Joseph, a jazz composer and pianist. He has lived a long life of jazz, and he was kind enough to sit down and talk to us about it.

    In this episode, you hear his tracks “Chiaroscuro” from Mystery Box, “Africa” and “One for Reinhard” from The Day of the Rainbow, and “For Matisse I” from Roundabout.

    You can find and listen to samples of The Day of the Rainbow here:
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BDQZB86/ref=dm_ws_sp_ps_dp

    Enjoy this special episode!


    Podcast Production Credit:

    David Raban (JD/MPP ’20), for producing, engineering, interviewing, and editing

    Special thanks to Ray Andrada, Aican Nguyen, and the University of Chicago’s International Immersion Program.

    • 53 min
    Shelley Berkley on the Nevada Caucus

    Shelley Berkley on the Nevada Caucus

    We spoke this week with former Congresswoman Shelley Berkley, who formerly represented Nevada in the U.S. House of Representatives. She is now the CEO and senior provost of the Touro College and University System in Nevada.

    Congresswoman Berkely spoke with us about politics during the primary season, including the debates, the Nevada caucuses, and how the race is shaping out. Note that we spoke with her before Super Tuesday, so although she is supporting former Vice President Joe Biden, she did not know about his upcoming sweep.

    Podcast Production Credits:

    Sowmya Karun (MAIDP '20), for producing
    Arjun Motta (MBA/MPP '22), for engineering
    Andrew Weis (MPP '20), for interviewing
    David Raban (JD/MPP '20), for editing

    Special thanks to Eden Bernstein (JD '20) and the Jewish Law Students Association for bringing Congresswoman Berkley to the University of Chicago and arranging for her to speak with us.

    • 29 min
    Abdul El-Sayed on Addressing Radical Problems

    Abdul El-Sayed on Addressing Radical Problems

    We spoke with Abdul El-Sayed, an activist and former Michigan gubernatorial candidate. Dr. El-Sayed previously practiced as a physician, earned a Rhodes Scholarship, and served as the top official for Detroit’s Department of Health. We talked with Dr. El-Sayed about the primary season, addressing radical problems, and how becoming a father has changed his perspective.

    We also discussed his upcoming book, “Healing Politics.” You can find out more about it on his website:

    https://abdulelsayed.com/healingpolitics

    Podcast Production Credits:

    Jacob Leppek (MSCAPP ’21), for interviewing
    Sowmya Karun (MAIDP ’20), for producing and engineering
    David Raban (JD/MPP ’20), for editing

    Special thanks to the Institute of Politics for bring Dr. El-Sayed to the University of Chicago as a Pritzker Fellow.

    • 23 min
    John Bouman on Tackling Poverty in America

    John Bouman on Tackling Poverty in America

    We spoke with John Bouman, President of the Shriver Center. The Shriver Center is a legal aid nonprofit that tackles issues related to poverty. Topics we discussed included what poverty looks like in America, progressive income taxes, and how racial injustices intersect with poverty.

    To find out more about the Shriver Center’s work, check out their website:

    https://www.povertylaw.org


    Podcast Production Credits:

    Jordyn Mahome (BA ’23), for co-interviewing and co-editing
    James Hu (BA ’22), for engineering
    David Raban, for producing, co-interviewing, and co-editing

    Special thanks to the University of Chicago Institute of Politics for bringing Mr. Bouman as an IOP Fellow this winter quarter.

    • 26 min
    Naked Love 5: Taking the Plunge

    Naked Love 5: Taking the Plunge

    It’s Valentine’s Day 2020, and you know what that means: it’s time for Naked Love!

    Today’s episode is about life for students who are engaged or married. Our Naked Love team spoke with one student at the Harris School of Public Policy and another in the College about married/engaged life. It included how they met their respective partners, how they came to the decision that they were in it for the long haul, and what experiences informed their decisions.

    Podcast Production Credits:

    Emily Kelin (MPP ’20), for interviewing
    Ivanna Shevel (BA ’21), for interviewing and discussing
    Katie James (BA ‘21), for discussing
    Amy Lu (BA ’23), for editing
    Arjun Motta (MBA/MPP ’22), for engineering, producing, and discussing

    • 30 min
    Audra Grassia on Data in Political Campaigns

    Audra Grassia on Data in Political Campaigns

    Audra Grassia is a veteran technical process manager who has extensive experience using data and analytics at private, political, and non-profit organizations. She previously served as the Deputy Political Director for the Democratic Governors Association, as a Client Engagement Manager at Civis Analytics, and on the Analytics team for the Hillary for America campaign in 2016.

    She spoke with Alec MacMillen (MSCAPP ’20) about how the big data revolution has affected political campaign strategy.

    Podcast Production Credits:

    Alec MacMillen (MSCAPP ’20), for producing, engineering, interviewing, and editing

    • 20 min

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