The Sci-Files is hosted by Chelsie Boodoo and Daniel Puentes. Together they highlight the importance of science, especially student research at Michigan State University.
This podcast is created by the Department of Entomology at Michigan State University. Its hosted by multiple co-hosts and its goal is to introduce the person behind the scientist. You will hear conversations with entomologists and scientists to learn more about their lives, what inspires them and what interests them outside of work. Follow the podcast on Twitter or Instagram @bugtalkpodcast. You can direct message us on Twitter if you'd like to reach out to us.
In agriculture, things change fast and growers need on time, on task, and on target weather, crop and pest information. To meet this need, the Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) Field Crops team will provide farmers and agribusiness with timely podcasts. "In the weeds" will be discussing critical issues facing our farming industry every other week.‘Virtual Breakfasts’ occurs each week during the growing season with in-the-season updates.You can participate by phone, mobile device or online the MSU Extension Field Crops web page.
Produce Bites features MSU Extension Educators, Produce Safety Technicians, fruit and vegetable growers, and others in the industry to talk about anything and everything related to produce safety. Join us as we discuss how growers are implementing food safety on their farm, challenges relating to food safety, and clarification on certain aspects of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule.
Hosts Dr. Rachel Morris and Alyssa Preiser translate science to make it applicable and accessible for everyday life.
Hi. I’m Jeff Dwyer, host of Partnerships and Peninsulas, and the director of Michigan State University Extension. When I joined MSU Extension in 2016 and began to meet the amazing people and partners across the state, I thought, “Wow! I have to get the word out about this!” Partnerships and Peninsulas was born. During this podcast, you’ll have a chance to hear more from MSU Extension people and our partners who live and serve in communities all across Michigan. Whether it’s in areas of youth and community development, human health, natural resources or agriculture, we have so many stories to tell as we seek to make a difference together.
As a daily weather forecast evaluates current atmospheric conditions and predicts if it’s likely to rain in the near future, Forestcast shows you what’s happening in the forests of the Northeast and Midwest, and where those forest ecosystems might be headed. From the forefront of forest research, the Northern Research Station invites you inside the largest forest research organization in the world — the USDA's Forest Service. In each episode, you’ll hear stories, interviews, and special in-depth anthologies of the science that's studying, questioning, and solving some of today's most compelling forest issues.
Clinical ethics, evidence-based medicine, health policy, medical education, neuroethics, shared decision-making, and more—each month Center for Ethics faculty and their collaborators discuss their ongoing work and research across many areas of bioethics. The Center and its faculty have been devoted to understanding and teaching the ethical, social and humanistic dimensions of illness and health care since 1977. Learn more about the Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine: bioethics.msu.edu, @MSUBioethics on Twitter.
The Liberal Arts Endeavor is a podcast by the College of Arts & Letters (CAL). Each episode throughout the academic year will feature a different Liberal Arts story within the College. Learn more at cal.msu.edu/about/podcasts.
A quarterly podcast dedicated to keeping you up-to-date on all of the latest happenings in the College of Natural Science @ Michigan State University.
A podcast that looks back at the monthly news headlines in the world of NatSci.
Experts demystify Shakespeare in a series of interviews conducted by students and faculty at Michigan State University.
Welcome to Collaborative Edges, an audio portal to showcase conversations on collaborative initiatives across disciplines, language programs and cultural studies at Michigan State University. We invite you to listen to these conversations in which we provide examples on how to break down traditional language and disciplinary boundaries and to foster creativity and new ways of understanding languages around the world, the societies where they are spoken, and the cultures they shape.
In-depth creator interviews with award-winning cartoonists, Michigan State University Special Collections highlights, and comics announcements from the MSU community.