Nine NYU and NYU Alumni Podcasts to Listen to Right Now
Enjoyed our last roundup of podcasts hosted and produced by NYU alumni, students, faculty, and staff? If you’re looking to start a new career, meet women of color who are passionate outdoor advocates, or ready to be inspired by stories about and from the NYU community, check out our latest list of podcasts that keep us caught up with the world beyond NYU.
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Please note this is not an exhaustive list and only includes a small number of the many talented NYU alumni who work in the field of podcasts.
Women at Work
Amanda Kersey (CAS '11) is the producer of this Harvard Business Review podcast featuring conversations about the workplace and women’s place in it. These conversations focus on supporting young women entering the workforce or in their first jobs.
Co-founded by Jessica Cordova Kramer (CAS ’00) and Stephanie Wittels Wachs (TSOA ’03), Lemonada Media launched 10 podcasts in 2020, including Last Day and In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt.
See Us Outside
Gabaccia Moreno (TSOA ’13), first-generation Mexican-American multi-disciplinary creator, consultant, and passionate outdoor advocate, is the host and guide of this mini-series, which explores the unique relationships girls and young women of color have with the natural world and outdoor recreation.
Hosted by Jonathan Sonnenberg (GAL ’20), Nucleus explores how students cultivate theory and practice in their diverse fields of research at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Through interviews focused on the process of developing an individualized Rationale and Concentration, the podcast seeks to elucidate the natures and possibilities of interdisciplinary study.
The NYU SPS Replay Podcast
Be inspired by the journeys and stories from our NYU School of Professional Studies alumni, faculty, students and administration.
Ro Reddick, who provides specialized services to students with career interests in creative industries at the Wasserman Center and the NYU Production Lab, brings you all new things at NYU, from the game center to helping you get on your feet in starting a new podcast.
All in a Day’s Work
The Wasserman Career Podcast features members of the NYU community doing interesting work and navigating the professional world. Listen now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Anchor!
Brought to you by the Department of Public Safety, each episode informs the NYU community about resources that are available to victims of violence, assault or other criminal behaviors, both on and off campus, and to give first-hand experiences of victims and those in the community who assist them.
Ask a Political Scientist
Andrea Jones-Rooy, visiting Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies at the NYU Center for Data Science, standup comedian and trapeze artist, provides listeners with (mostly) non-partisan and science-forward discussions on American politics—what’s going on, how we got here, and what to do about it.