Looking for a new podcast or five to switch up your listening routine in 2022? Members of the NYU community produce and host an ever-growing and ever-changing assortment of shows, so whatever your interest, there’s a podcast for you. Below, tune into a few of our favorites.

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Direct from the President

In his Conversations podcast, NYU president Andrew Hamilton sits down with NYU faculty, students, and alumni from across the University. Then, he delves into their work as well as their past, present, and future. Recent guests include Rosanne Cash, four-time Grammy winner and the 2021–2022 NYU Steinhardt Americana Artist-in-Residence; Kwame Anthony Appiah, NYU professor of philosophy and law and one of Forbes magazine’s 2009 “world’s most powerful thinkers”; and Dr. Céline Gounder, a clinical assistant professor at NYU Grossman School of Medicine and practicing HIV/infectious diseases specialist.

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Building Healthy Communities

There are lots of ways to be a Global Public Health (GPH) major, and the I Am GPH podcast will help you learn about the endless possibilities. GPH is a growing and varied field. As a result, you can pursue a career in social work, speech pathology, nutrition, or something else entirely. The show explores finding your GPH path as well as pressing issues in the field, like the intersection of mental health and artificial intelligence, clean water rights, and universal health care.

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Down to Business

Stern MBA students run the Stern Chats podcast, centered on sharing the untold stories of students, alumni, administrators, and faculty. With well over 100 episodes, the show’s rotating hosts have sat down with Megan Fairchild, who pursued her MBA at Stern while serving as a principal dancer with the New York City Ballet; Prashant Gandhi, chief business officer of Melio, one of the fastest-growing fintech startups in NYC; and Caroline O’Connor, COO of the Miami Marlins. Furthermore, they talk about topics like bias in the workplace and managing stress during recruiting season.

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Find What Works

Maybe you know exactly what you want to do post-graduation—or maybe you have no idea. Either way, All in a Day’s Work, the Wasserman Center for Career Development’s podcast, entertains and educates with a peek into the working world. Featuring NYU community members who are navigating the workplace and doing interesting work, topics include finding your passion, working at a start-up, and navigating the hiring process. For example, Susan Jurevics, EVP at Audible, recently discussed how she’s monetized her passions while balancing work and family.

Sweat It Out

Everyone, Huddle Up! celebrates health in all its forms: physical, mental, and emotional. Hosted by the NYU Campus Recreation staff, the podcast includes insider insights and tips and tricks for anyone interested in NYU athletics and recreation. With 23 intercollegiate varsity sports teams and more than 6,500 students involved in intramurals each year, there’s truly an activity for everyone.

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