This is a site dedicated to the unification of Podcast programs and specialized sites sponsored by various centers, departments, and individuals affiliated with Seton Hall University along with associated resources dedicated to Podcasting
Marianne Lloyd, Ph.D., of the Psychology Department recently completed a nine-episode mini-series on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) for the AskPsychSessions podcast. She interviewed faculty from a variety of institutions and career stages about everything from syllabus construction, to advising, to better classroom discussions.
Interviews with Rick Gentile, Seth Everett, and others from the Seton Hall University Sports Poll. The Seton Hall Sports Poll is sponsored by The Sharkey Institute and brought to you by the Stillman School of Business’ Center for Sport Management,
Thomas Healy, law professor and author of The Great Dissent and Soul City: Race, Equality, and the Lost Dream of an American Utopia appears on two national podcasts, Code Switch (NPR) and Radiolab. On Code Switch, he takes listeners back to a great social experiment of the 1970’s—Soul City—the attempted development of an urban center based upon principles of black economic empowerment. And on Radiolab he explores the mystery of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes’s landmark change of position on free speech that changed how we think about public debate. Professor Healy wonders whether revisiting that historical moment could change minds yet again. (2021)