Podcasts and Videos

Staying Power Podcast: Toward Institutional Support for Black Womxn

May 24, 2021

With Keffrelyn Brown, professor of Curriculum and Instruction at the College of Education

ED Talk: Cindy Carlson

June 10, 2019

Cindy Carlson highlights research from the past 50 years that demonstrates the pervasive impact and importance of family relationships to human well-being.

Growing Up as Rents Rise: How Housing Affordability Affects Parents and Children

May 2, 2019

An ED Talk by Jennifer Jellison Holme, an associate professor of educational policy and planning.

E-cigarettes and Youth Discovery Minute

April 4, 2019

Join Professor Alexandra Loukas as she discusses the alarming jump in e-cigarette use within the past year among high school and middle school age students.

The Truth That I Owe You: Understanding the Social Contexts of Race and Gender in Literacy Education

March 6, 2019

An ED Talk by David Kirkland, associate professor of English and Urban Education and executive director of the NYU Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools.

A Problem Hidden in Plain Sight: Forum on Chronic Absenteeism

Feb. 28, 2019

Each year, nearly 7.5 million students are chronically absent – missing 10% or more of the school year. How should researchers, policymakers, and educators address chronic absenteeism and its effects on students? 

Arterial Health Discovery Minute

Dec. 21 2018

Join Professor Hirofumi Tanaka as he explains what hardening of the arteries is, why it is an important indicator of aging, and what can be done to maintain arterial health.

Challenging the At-Risk Label Discovery Minute

Oct. 29, 2018

Join Professor Keffrelyn Brown as she discusses problems with educators’ use of the “at risk” label. She hopes to challenge how educators and policymakers think about the label, so that it can be used more equitably.

ED Talk: Kevin Cokley

June 6, 2018

Hegemonic Psychology: The Politics of Ethnic Minority Research

Terry Todd Interviewed about the Legacy of Andre the Giant

May 8, 2018

Terry Todd is interviewed by NPR's Texas Standard podcast about his friendship and meeting with André the Giant

Argument Driven Engineering Discovery Minute

March 29, 2018

Victor Sampson discusses how Argument Driven Engineering can introduce more students to engineering through the math courses they already take.

Racial Inequality & Schooling: Providing Opportunities for Access and Identity in a Changing Educational Landscape

March 22, 2018

An ED Talk by Na’ilah Suad Nasir is the sixth president of the Spencer Foundation.

Navigating the Quicksand: How Postsecondary Administrators Understand the Influence of Affirmative Action Developments on Racial Diversity Work

March 21, 2018

An ED Talk by Liliana M. Garces, associate professor at The University of Texas at Austin in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy and affiliate faculty at the University of Texas School of Law.

A Hauntology on Data: Diffracting Specters of Racialization Toward an Autopoietic Turn/Overturn

March 9, 2018

An ED Talk by Ezekiel Dixon-Román, associate professor in the School of Social Policy & Practice at the University of Pennsylvania

Census Update Discovery Minute

Feb. 23, 2018

Germine Awad discusses both the ramifications of classifying people of Middle Eastern or North African (MENA) descent as white on the U.S. Census form and the necessity of giving them their own designation.

Scientific Integrity and Developmental Science: Increasing the Power of Our Science

Feb. 9, 2018

An ED Talk by Pamela Davis-Kean, professor of psychology at the University of Michigan.

Chronic Absenteeism Discovery Minute

Jan. 31, 2018

Join Educational Policy and Planning Assistant Professor Joshua Childs as he discusses chronic absenteeism, a K-12 problem hidden in plain sight.

Early Math Predicts Later Math: Implications for Intervention

Nov. 10, 2017

An ED Talk by Sarah Powell, associate professor of Special Education.

Universal Classroom Discovery Minute

Oct. 12, 2017

Join Special Education Clinical Assistant Professor Katie Tackett as she describes how applying universal design principles to her classroom benefits all her students, whether or not they have an identified disability.

The Privatization of Education Policy-making: Politics of Market-based Urban Education Reform

Oct. 12, 2017

An ED Talk by Janelle Scott, associate professor at UC-Berkeley in the Graduate School of Education and the Department of African American Studies.