Our podcasts feature interviews with professors, researchers and other members of the UCalgary community, delivered in engaging and inspiring formats. Hear research-based expertise, insights and thoughts on issues and subjects that matter the most to our communities.
UCalgary Mindfulness podcast presents Stepping Out of Reactivity, an eight-part mindfulness series. The practice of mindfulness is for everyone. It is a meditation practice that can reduce stress and anxiety and improve attention and creativity, supporting our daily functioning.
[now innovating] a research-to-impact podcast
This exciting new series aims to inspire researchers and community partners to take new steps toward transforming discoveries into solutions, products, and services. Co-hosts Dr. Pritma Chattha and Jordan Witzel provide insight into the experiences of changemakers within the innovation ecosystem, offering proof that pursuing new ventures and non-traditional pathways to impact is essential to solving contemporary issues.
Other UCalgary podcasts
Prospective: Future-Proof Your Business
Prospective mobilizes big ideas from global experts on the future of business and corporate longevity, aiming to help business leaders future-proof their organizations. We hear the unique perspectives of world-class thinkers, leaders and innovators, providing fresh and practical insights about thriving in today’s and tomorrow’s global economy.
Choose UCalgary Podcast
This is where you can learn about UCalgary's admissions, programs, campus life and everything in between over the air. You'll hear from deans, professors and students to learn more about the University of Calgary.
What the tech?
Explore the latest in tech trends as hosts Paolo Sabater and Lyndon Ando bring you weekly interviews with University of Calgary innovators. From autonomous vehicles to thinking with data, they're here to deconstruct complex computer science concepts - bit by bit - and explain What the Tech is going on.
We can answer that.
The podcast where we sit down with UCalgary professors, researchers and experts to get the answers to five questions submitted by you. Have you ever wondered why face masks are such an emotional issue, or why it's important for a university to promote diversity and inclusion, or what "margin of error" in opinion polling actually means? Well, we can answer that.