Press "Enter" to skip to content

Home

Ep. 20: General Martin Dempsey: Make It Matter
General Martin Dempsey is former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and as such he was the nation’s highest-ranking Listen to the podcast
Ep. 19: Kids and Technology—What Should Parents Be Concerned About?
Parents have all sorts of concerns about their children when it comes to technology. Duke Professor Candice Odgers tells us Listen to the podcast
Ep. 18: Education: Lessons from London
Since the late 1990s, the academic performance of many students in London has risen dramatically – so much so, it Listen to the podcast
Ep. 17: Exploring Alternatives to Mandated Testing
There’s a lot of talk in the U.S. about how to best determine whether or not children are actually learning Listen to the podcast
Ep. 16: The Politics of Climate Change
Kelly Brownell and Billy Pizer discuss the pros and cons of different policy approaches to climate change, from carbon taxes Listen to the podcast
Ep. 15: New Effort To Find Political Common Ground in N.C.
North Carolina’s contentious political climate is making national headlines. But there's a new effort to get people with differing political Listen to the podcast
Ep. 14: Future of Food Policy: Chile Models Ways to End Obesity
Barry Popkin is one of the world's leading thinkers when it comes to human relationship to food. He runs the Listen to the podcast
Ep. 13: Future of Food Policy: Taxing Soda Works
Mexico experimented recently with a 10% tax on sugary beverages. And it worked. A year after the tax was implemented Listen to the podcast
Ep. 12: Future of Food Policy: Hello, Finland
Are there places in the world where changes in policy have resulted in healthier people? Policymakers should look to Finland. Listen to the podcast
Ep. 11: Future of Food Policy: Global Change Possible
16 million children in the world have severe malnutrition, and many more have moderate malnutrition. This can cause many issues Listen to the podcast
Ep. 10: Future of Food Policy: Revise Doctor Training
The U.S. has a huge problem with obesity, yet only one in eight visits with a doctor involves healthy diet Listen to the podcast
Ep. 9: Future of Food Policy: Take Back the Land
52% of the cropland in the U.S. is used to grow just two crops: soy and corn. Less than 2% Listen to the podcast
Ep. 8: Future of Food Policy: Businesses Must Adapt
The world faces profound problems in supplying nutritious food to its growing population. 900 million people are undernourished. At the Listen to the podcast
Ep. 7: A Look at Race and How We Age
Are U.S. black women aging faster deep in their cells due to stress? Does the amount of money we make, Listen to the podcast
Ep. 6: Digitizing Politics: Meet a Social Media Innovator for the White House and State Department
Remember when the online talk show "Between Two Ferns" scored a visit to the White House? Host Zach Galifianakis chatted Listen to the podcast
Ep. 5: Cyber Threats, Water: Cause for Concern To Nation's Top Fiscal Watchdog
Gene Dodaro leads the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Part of his job is to provide policymakers with foresight about emerging Listen to the podcast
Ep. 4: Meet the Nation's Top Fiscal Watchdog
Gene Dodaro is the Comptroller General of the United States. His agency works to ferret out waste, duplication, and fraud Listen to the podcast
Ep. 3: Reflecting on Paris Climate Conference
What was accomplished in Paris? Sanford's dean Kelly Brownell talks with faculty member Billy Pizer. Pizer is a faculty fellow Listen to the podcast
Policy 360 Podcast Art
A new report explores the challenge and promise of using community policing strategies to prevent violent extremism. The author of Listen to the podcast
There's increasing concern about violent acts from religious extremists around the world and particular concern about such acts being carried Listen to the podcast