Start Your Day With These NYU Alumni and University Podcasts
Get your daily dose of news, culture, and intrigue with this roundup of podcasts hosted and produced by (as well as featuring) NYU alumni, students, faculty, and staff. From the biggest business and tech news to the latest updates from experts on the COVID-19 pandemic, keep your finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the world today.
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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.
In this critically acclaimed podcast, host Rose Eveleth (GSAS ’12) dives into future possibilities and scenarios—from artificial wombs to moon-stealing space pirates—and what such a future might look like.
Join host and investigative reporter Madeleine Baran (GSAS ’04) in the award-winning podcast, In the Dark, which delves into famous cold cases against the lens of America’s criminal justice system.
Co-founded by Jessica Cordova Kramer (CAS ’00) and Stephanie Wittels Wachs (TSOA, ’03), Lemonada Media is a woman-run podcast network that “shares the unfiltered version of the human experience,” from personal relationships to navigating the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Zack Akers (TSOA ’08) and Skip Bronkie (TSOA ’08), who launched this podcast fiction series in 2015, roll out a six-episode story about the 327 inhabitants who mysteriously disappeared from a small Tennessee town.
Founded by Jeremy Boros (TSOA '12), this educational series features in-depth conversations with some of film and TV’s most exciting filmmakers, actors and creators—many of whom are NYU alumni! Listen on all platforms including Apple, Spotify, and more.
The NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research brings together thought leaders to analyze stereotypes and dispel myths about, as well as highlight the achievements of Black boys and men in this Webby-nominated podcast.
NYU President Andrew Hamilton interviews NYU faculty, students, and alumni who are using their intellectual gifts, determination, and creativity to make a profound difference in our world.
Criss Cross: The NYU Gallatin Podcast is a forum for conversations on collaborations at NYU Gallatin which highlights the interdisciplinary work of students, alumni, and faculty at Gallatin. Criss Cross was begun in 2019 and is hosted by Gallatin’s Assistant Director of Communications, KC Trommer.
The I AM GPH podcast brings you community conversations from the New York University School of Global Public Health. From student internships to cutting edge faculty research, from alumni insights to the insider scoop on campus life… it's all right here on the I AM GPH podcast.
Produced by the NYU Steinhardt Jazz Studies program and hosted by Director of Jazz Studies Dr. Dave Schroeder, this podcast features in-depth interviews with legendary and innovative jazz artists about their musical journeys and the state of the music business.
Created by Steri Holt (STERN ’18) and Frank Varrichio (STERN ’18), this MBA student-run podcast explores the untold personal stories and reflections of NYU Stern students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Hosted by Tom Ellett, Sr. Associate Vice President of Student Affairs, this podcast catches up with former resident assistants (RAs) to talk about the skills they gained during their tenure as RAs and where they landed after life at NYU.
Developed by the Department of Public Safety and hosted by Karen Ortman, Assistant Vice President of Field Operations, You Matter! discusses on- and off-campus resources available to victims of violence, assault, and other criminal behaviors, as well as victims’ first-hand experiences and the community members who assist them.