The final pilot podcast from my 2017 project at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) just went live.
The project explored ways for the university to engage a wider audience and connect with the community beyond recruitment, research, teaching and learning.
USQ’s resident Eurovision expert, humanities lecturer Jess Carniel, was joined by Neil Martin of the USQ Digital Life Lab and Lee McGowan, who researches the history of women’s football at a neighbouring institution, Queensland University of Technology.
Their conversation ranged from the history of women’s football to Aristotle’s views on “eudaimonia” and a life well-lived, politics, performance, and the fate of Katy Perry’s Left Shark.
Check out the latest USQ podcast episode online now.
You can also listen to previous instalments from USQ Astronomy Festival and Bluestocking Week for women in higher education.
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