Monash University podcasts
Monash University podcasts
Monash podcasts cover a diverse range of topics and feature Monash researchers, lecturers and students. They also include discussions with experts and thought-leaders from around the world. Take a listen to expand your knowledge in the areas of business, human rights law, education, creative AI and fascinating legal stories that have changed the way we live.
Business: Thought Capital podcast
Thought Capital podcast aims to pique your interest, deepen your knowledge, expand your understanding – and educate a little along the way. Michael Pascoe, one of Australia’s most experienced financial commentators, delves into topics you probably won’t read about in the business pages. What’s the link between Big Data and election-rigging? How can you identify the true ‘key players’ in an economic meltdown?
Global issues: What Happens Next? podcast
What Happens Next? is our new Monash University podcast hosted by Dr Susan Carland. Together with the experts and change makers, Susan explores the biggest challenges facing the world today. What does our future look like if we don’t take action?
Law: Just Cases podcast
The Just Cases podcast series delves into the legal stories that have changed the way Australians live, yet may be rather obscure or unfamiliar to the public. Each week you can hear the fascinating details of these court cases, and the stories of those individuals caught in the crossfire.
Human rights: Have you got that right? podcast
Have You Got That Right? podcast is created by the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law and takes an innovative approach to answering important human rights questions quickly, clearly and in a way that won’t put you to sleep. Our world class experts chat about the big human rights issues with fellow academics, activists, politicians and more.
Education: Meet the education researcher podcast
Meet the education researcher podcast covers emerging issues and the latest ideas from across the world of education research. Hosted by Neil Selwyn, a range of education experts chat about educational myths, robots in the classroom to issues of race and human rights in schools.
Student experience: Journey to Monash podcast
Your Journey to Monash podcast series is dedicated to sharing the real life experiences of senior international students studying at Monash University. Hear from a diverse mix of students and guests discuss important issues involving pre-arrival, arrival, visas, homesickness, making friends, improving your English and more.
Gendered politics: Peace and gender podcast
Peace and Gender is a podcast about the people behind research and action on gender, peace and security. It is a collaboration between Mojo News and Monash Gender, Peace and Security. Topics covered include gender equality in peacebuilding, women, climate change and disasters in the Pacific and crimes against Muslim women.
Digital media: Media Sport podcast
Focusing on the intersections between sport and media, the Media Sport podcast series, hosted by Professor Brett Hutchins, features informal chats with leading international researchers about urgent social, cultural, economic and political issues. Guest of the podcasts come from a range of countries and universities in Australia, China, UK, Europe and US.
Rural health: Doctor What? Doctor Where? podcast
The Doctor What? Doctor Where? podcast is a series of conversations with doctors from rural and regional communities across Victoria. Hosted by Monash Rural Health, each episode profiles a medical professional or junior doctor pursuing a medical career outside away from a major city, exploring what training and practicing rural medicine is like, and the lifestyle that accompanies it.