UNC Asheville’s podcast series explores how we, as a university, put our core values into action on campus and in our community.
Original Minds at Work: UNC Asheville’s Undergraduate Research Symposium
Hear UNC Asheville students tell you in their own words the work they are doing in their undergraduate research projects, at the intersection of creativity and critical thinking.
Making the Invisible Visible: Finding the Shiloh School
UNC Asheville management major Chris McKoy stepped out of his usual studies to explore the history of the Shiloh School, a school developed for students in the historically African-American Shiloh community in Asheville. He presented the stories he discovered at the 2018 African Americans in WNC and Southern Appalachia Conference.
TheatreUNCA Presents: War of the Worlds
In celebration of the 80th anniversary of the radio broadcast of War of the Worlds – Orson Welles’ dramatization of the H.G. Wells novel – TheatreUNCA brought the drama to the stage.
In this episode of UNC Asheville’s podcast, we talk to students who use video games to bring history into the future, and we head to STEAM Studio at the RAMP to hear from professors, UNC Asheville students and middle schoolers about what happens at the intersection of art and engineering.
Our debut podcast, “Sustainability at UNC Asheville,” highlights the many sustainable practices and ideas emerging in every corner of campus, from edible landscaping to research projects to community dinners.
Professors on Podcasts
Ever have that moment where you’re trying to explain something your favorite professor was discussing in class, and you just wish they could have been there? Several of our expert faculty members have shared their knowledge and passion on popular podcasts like Ologies with Alie Ward and Scene on the Radio, allowing people beyond our campus the opportunity to listen in and learn about topics from jellyfish to Cherokee democracy. Take A Listen>