Lectures, panels, and other discussions.
Medical Career Paths: Nephrology study and treatment of the kidneys with Dr. Alexander Alonso
Dr. Alexander Alonso presents a talk on Nephrology which focuses on the functions of the kidneys. He talks about his path to this unique profession and the benefits of the job.
Virtual Coffeehouse and Poetry Event
We celebrate National Poetry Month by featuring student poets. We also have student musical guests.
How might psychology helps us understand the rise of extremism and belief in conspiracy theories?
Join psychology professors Mitchell Baker, Dr. Laura Lauzen-Collins, and Nick Shizas as they explore psychology concepts that help us better understand the rise of extremism and belief in conspiracy theories.
Examining the relationship between pandemics, extremism, mistrust
Join history professors Merri Fefles-Dunkle, Josh Fulton, and Jim McIntrye as they explore the role of the state throughout history to help us understand the connection between pandemics and the rise in extremism, mistrust, and rejection of authorities.
Covid-19 Vaccines: The Science and the Psychology
Faculty members discuss the biology, public health aspects, and the psychological factors around the Covid-19 vaccines in the United States. This panel is organized by the MVCC Library.
Blame it on the media: The erosion of trust and truth
Join Communications and Journalism professor Lisa Couch and Information Literacy Librarian Tish Hayes in this timely and important discussion.
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The podcasts vary in length, but many feature good discussions on literature and modern topics