3 May 2022

Lev Horodyskyj

Founder

Image of stylized flask with green haze and lines tracing out a brain, topped with a dot that is broadcasting blue waves left and right. Lev and Fabia are in black-and-white sketch, blurred in the background. Global.Science is written beneath on lines that replicate school paper

We’re happy to premier our new podcast, Global.Science, this Thursday, May 5th.  Done in collaboration with Dr. Fabia Battistuzzi, this podcast will explore the many diverse approaches towards science education and public outreach from various fascinating places.  The first season will run 15 episodes with the following guests and topics:

5 May – Fabia Battistuzzi – Michigan, USA – Commuter colleges
12 May – Ulyana Horodyskyj – Colorado, USA – Extreme field work
19 May – Daniel Hummer – Illinois, USA – Minerals and museums
26 May – Kristan Schneider – Saxony, Germany – Math modeling and media
2 June – Aubreya Adams – New York, USA – Liberal arts institutions
9 June – Sarah Hosch – Michigan, USA – Active learning
16 June – Steve Desch – Arizona, USA – Movies and media
23 June – Nikita Beck – US Virgin Islands, USA – Science education through disasters
30 June – Mouse Reusch – Washington, USA – Public outreach and disasters
7 July – Alissa Bandalee – Michigan, USA – Cakes, science, and accessibility
14 July – Sanjoy Som – California, USA – International science outreach
21 July – Melissa Pardi – Illinois, USA – Museum behind-the-scenes
28 July – Dario Carbone, US Virgin Islands, USA – Science and tourism
4 August – Tara Lennon – Arizona, USA – Science and public policy
11 August – Roberto Greco – São Paulo, Brazil – University-community connections