Podcasts are audio or video content similar to a radio show or short video. Podcasts provide a way for students to share their learning experiences while developing a variety of skills such as: research, writing, speaking, problem solving, and time management. This is a collection of student created podcasts as part of classroom assignments.

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Submissions from 2015

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Between the Bars, Milan Chandra, Alisia Hassler, Cole Mallery, Meghan Osheim, and Jake Reynolds

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Diversity in America 1790 - Present, Ryan Adler, Cody Angel, Brendan Carriel, Jonathan Jansen, and Hope Smalley

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Food Impact, Aaron East, Rachael Engle, Logan Thirion, and Hayden Wheeler

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H2.0: The Refresh - Like a Glass of Cold, Clear Water, Benjamin Berthold, Tucker Fritz, Gideon Hallman, Daniel Post, and Joshua Thornton

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Hungry for Knowledge and Food, Marie Armstrong, Devon Benton, Ian Broeder, and Kayla McMullin

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Insight, Elizabeth Popoola, Chelsea Shaffer, and Jordan Trigg

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Papers, Please, Nicole Aldridge, Jordan Collins, Allen Wang, and Haiquan Zheng

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Podcast PD, Lucas Bayne, Joseph Lawson, Jordan Mantle, and Philip Norris

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Podcasts United - Episode 1: Economic Mobility, Jonathan Alvey, Bryan Curtis, Bryce Johnson, and Seth Jones

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Podcasts United - Episode 2: The Roots of Distrust, Mark Hampton, Michael Indelicato, Lauren Lochirco, Jared Pond, and Justin Tieman

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Podcasts United - Episode 3: Table Talk, Margaret Albert, Tristan Cook, Eric Heidbrink, Colin O'Connor, and Mary Cathryn Soule

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Podcasts United - Episode 4: Immigration and Assimilation, Matthew Demoss, Shoal Luck, Landon Pierce, and Graham Stanfill

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Podcasts United - Episode 5: Civil Injustice to Culture Shock, Brent May, Korey Pearson, and Jacqueline Walters

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Power of Three, Zach Confer, Sean Fox, Jacob Rodriguez, Geoffrey Steinhart, and Justin York

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Real American Students, Kory Anthony-Petter, Matthew Boswell, Dominic Stelzer, and Michael Verdegem

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The Social Ladder: Economic Opportunity and Social Mobility, Michael Adair, Ryan Bettlach, Andrew Mueller, Nicholas Padilla, and Nickolas Thouvnot

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Welcome: Superdiversity, Robert Johnson, William Neuroth, and Helen Temporal

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Whaddya Know?, Benjamin Barr, Korey Dennis, and Erac Kaiser