11 episodes

PostNormal Times is a podcast for our complex reality and unpredictable world—a world where the stakes are high and innovation is crucial. Andrew Vosko, PhD, associate provost and director of transdisciplinary studies at Claremont Graduate University (CGU), and his guests explore ideas that transcend traditional academic boundaries and address our most pressing needs. Get ready to challenge your assumptions.

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PostNormal Times is a podcast for our complex reality and unpredictable world—a world where the stakes are high and innovation is crucial. Andrew Vosko, PhD, associate provost and director of transdisciplinary studies at Claremont Graduate University (CGU), and his guests explore ideas that transcend traditional academic boundaries and address our most pressing needs. Get ready to challenge your assumptions.

    When Old Ways Just Won't Do

    When Old Ways Just Won't Do

    Host Andrew Vosko and guest Sandeep Krishnamurthy, who is Singelyn Family Dean of the College of Business Administration and Singelyn Graduate School of Business at Cal Poly Pomona, discuss harnessing the power of AI, the importance of the practical application of knowledge, and the challenges faced by the traditional worlds of academia and academic publishing. A transdisciplinary future requires wrestling with new types of formal and informal knowledge, from blogs and podcasts to generative AI.

    • 56 min
    Future-Proofing Your Future

    Future-Proofing Your Future

    Guest Michelle Bligh, interim executive vice president and provost of Claremont Graduate University and professor of organizational behavior in the Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences, and host Andrew Vosko discuss how to future-proof your future, the beauty of imperfect systems, and the opportunities that arise when a world collapses.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    The Great Integration

    The Great Integration

    Andrew Vosko, director of the Transdisciplinary Studies program, talks with Javier Rodríguez, the co-director of the Inequality and Policy Research Center at Claremont Graduate University. He and Andrew discuss Javier's journey from studying engineering in Colombia to studying across disciplines in the United States, how to think about identity, ways to navigate multiple perspectives as a transdisciplinarian, and reconciling with the concept of inequality with that of equity.

    • 56 min
    The Many Lives of a New Librarian

    The Many Lives of a New Librarian

    Host Andrew Vosko speaks with Jennifer Beamer, head of scholarly communications and open publishing services at the Claremont Colleges Library. Jennifer talks about library science as servant leadership, the ins and outs of academic publishing, and how to curate a scholarly identity.

    • 52 min
    On Witches and Wicked Problems

    On Witches and Wicked Problems

    Guest Lori Anne Ferrell—dean of the School of Arts & Humanities at Claremont Graduate University—and host Andrew Vosko share their thoughts on the roles and overall value of historians and humanists across collaboration, business, and transdisciplinary thought.

    • 55 min
    Teaching to Transform

    Teaching to Transform

    Andrew Vosko and guest Gloria González-Morales, associate professor of psychology in the Division of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences and director of the Worker Wellbeing Lab at Claremont Graduate University, share their thoughts on transcending and transforming traditional disciplines, as well as the university itself.

    • 56 min

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