Data Brunch Podcast

 

Data Brunch

An ICPSR Podcast

 

Stories about data, the people who use, seek, or create data, and why you should care. From ICPSR, the world's largest social science data archive. Proudly recorded at the University of Michigan.

 

Season two begins in Fall 2021!  Subscribe now and never miss an episode. You can listen on Soundcloud, Spotify, or Apple Podcasts.

 

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Show Notes

 

Data Brunch from ICPSR · Bonus Episode: Research on Twins

 

Bonus Episode: Research on Twins

In our second bonus episode, we are featuring an episode from another podcast at ICPSR, hosted by the National Archive of Computerized Data on Aging (NACDA). Dr. Margaret Gatz joins NACDA's Kathryn Lavender to discuss Dr. Gatz's work on the Study of Dementia in Swedish Twins and the National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council Twin Registry (NAS-NRC).

Links to all referenced data and resources are available on the original recording from NACDA at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRAaSSQUb2I.

You can listen to all of NACDA's episodes on YouTube or find them on the ICPSR website: https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/web/pages/NACDA/researcher-interviews.html

 

Data Brunch from ICPSR · Bonus Episode: STEM Education

 

Bonus Episode: STEM Education

In this episode, we're featuring an interview with Dr. Joanne Goodell about her newest book, "Preparing STEM Teachers: The UTeach Replication Model.” This interview is part of one of our fellow ICPSR podcasts from the archive Partnership for Expanding Education Research in STEM (PEERS). All of the PEERS episodes are available on YouTube and from the ICPSR website. A transcript of this episode is available.

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Episode 8: Covid & Stress

It's the final episode of Season 1! Dr. Debby Carr joins us to talk about her research on stress, and how we all have learned to handle stress better due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A transcript of this episode is available.

Thanks to all of our guests this season, and thank you all for listening! 

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Data Brunch from ICPSR · Episode 8: Covid & Stress

Data Brunch from ICPSR · Episode 7: Liberal Arts Education

Episode 7: Liberal Arts Education

College and Beyond II measures the impact and importance of a liberal arts education: how it's defined, how it's used, and how, like everything else, it has been changed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Three members of the team, Jennifer Brady, Susan Jekielek, and Kevin Stange, join us to talk about the project, and more. A transcript of this episode is available.

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Data Brunch from ICPSR · Episode 6: Cruise Ships and Empowerment

Episode 6: Cruise Ships and Empowerment

ISR's Ryan McWay joins us to talk about how cruise ships can affect women in developing countries, including raising employment rates and education. Anna also highlights some of the data ICPSR holds about policing, use of force, and body cameras. A transcript is available for this episode.
Links from this episode:
 
Ryan McWay Interview
 
Other links mentioned

Current Events in the Bibliography

Current open jobs at ICPSR

Upcoming events at ICPSR

 

Data Brunch from ICPSR · Episode 5: Baby Brains & Sleep

Episode 5: Baby Brains & Sleep

Tamara Qawasmeh joins us to talk about a new paper that examines the link between stressful pregnancies and brain development in utero, especially related to sleeping habits in children. A transcript of this episode is available.

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Data Brunch from ICPSR · Episode 4: Measuring Transgender Populations

Episode 4: Measuring Transgender Populations

Skylar Hawthorne and David Thomas join us to discuss three specific surveys of the transgender population in the United States, how best to measure "unseen" populations, and the ideal thickness of French toast. A transcript of this episode is available.

 

Links from this episode:

Current events in the Bib:

New and Updated Data: 

Transgender data and resources:

Presentation by Dr. Raj Chetty: Improving Equality of Opportunity in America: New Insights from Big Data

Upcoming events and current job listings at ICPSR

 

Data Brunch from ICPSR · Episode 3: Census and Migration

Episode 3: Census and Migration

Trent Alexander, Associate Director of ICPSR, talks about a project linking every United States Census from 1850 all the way through present day and beyond to learn about how Americans moved, or how they stayed put. A transcript of this episode is available.

 

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Trent Alexander details how Census data was recovered from government archives housed in a cave.

ICPSR's Trent Alexander shows attendees of the 2019 ICPSR Biennial Meeting a photo of a Census cave as he presents on "Telling Generational Stories from the U.S. Census."

 

Episode 3 correction: ICPSR's Maggie Levenstein is actually approaching her fifth anniversary as director. Apologies for the error.

 

Data Brunch from ICPSR · Episode 2: Rhythm and Movement

 

Episode 2: Rhythm and Movement 

Ambyr Amen-Ra joins Data Brunch to talk about data that covers decades' worth of international travel and performances by legendary dancer, choreographer, and activist Katherine Dunham. Ambyr shares stories of the data's journey to ICPSR, as well as her own personal connection to Dunham and the communities she built. A transcript of this episode is available.

 

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Data Brunch from ICPSR · Episode 1: Where Dory is Anna

 

Episode 1: Where Dory is Anna 

In this episode, Dory and Anna talk about some new data and publications; we interview ICPSR's Shane Redman about what French and German data, a beach mural, and falafel have in common; and laughter erupts when Dory introduces herself as Anna.  A transcript of this episode is available.

 

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Additional podcasts from ICPSR:

Podcasts and Researcher Interviews from the National Archive of Computerized Data on Aging

PEERS Podcast: Book talk with Dr. Ebony McGee author of Black, Brown, Bruised

 

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