Jun 20, 2022
Dean’s Dialogue: The Principle of Humanity (Eric Schwartz MPA ’85)
Millions of people around the world are forcibly displaced each year due to rising conflict, environmental threats, and socioeconomic turmoil. Many…
May 18, 2022
Dean's Dialogue: Why Local Government is Sexy (Christina Henderson MPA ’12)
Equitable policies for families and children is a focus for Christina Henderson MPA ’12, at-large member of the DC City Council. In this episode of…
May 06, 2022
#Changemakers: Hélène Benveniste Ph.D. ’21
Climate-driven migration is having global impacts, something Hélène Benveniste Ph.D. ’21 is acutely aware of thanks to her research. There are an…
May 02, 2022
Dean's Dialogue: Come Here if You're Serious About Service (Baher Iskander MPA '22)
April is Arab American Heritage Month, and to reflect on this diverse community, Dean Amaney Jamal sits down in conversation with Baher Iskander MPA …
Apr 21, 2022
#260: How the Democrats Failed to Solve Inequality (Lily Geismer)
The GOP is often seen as "the party of the rich," enacting policies that benefit the wealthy and leave the poor behind. However, a new book by…
Apr 18, 2022
Fixing Social Security (R. Douglas Arnold)
Social Security remains beloved and holds bipartisan support among American citizens. Yet the program faces an insolvency crisis. It pays out more in…
Apr 06, 2022
The Racial Muslim: When Racism Quashes Religious Freedom (Sahar Aziz)
Freedom of religion is a constitutionally protected right in the religion clause of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. By definition, this…
Mar 31, 2022
#259: Does America Need a Reboot? (Will Hurd)
Big questions are coming up as the midterm elections inch closer. Where does the GOP stand in the post-Trump era? How severe is political…
A Public Health Approach to Gun Violence in America
This episode tackles gun violence in America, a serious and escalating public health crisis. According to the CDC, firearms kill nearly 50,000 Americans each year and are now the leading cause of death for U.S. children and teens.
Which Country Will Be the First to Wipe Out Cervical Cancer? (The Answer May Surprise You.)
This episode of the Princeton Pulse Podcast highlights a potential win in the fight against cervical cancer – one that comes from a place that you might not expect.
The Princeton Pulse Podcast
The Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHW) is pleased to introduce “The Princeton Pulse Podcast,” a new podcast exploring the power and possibilities of evidence-informed health policy.
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