Omnia Podcast: We Haven't Passed the Climate Tipping Point...Yet (Audio)

Climate scientist Michael Mann talks with Omnia about this summer's unprecedented weather events and why there's still time to take action.

Omnia Podcast: 2022 Midterm Elections (Audio)

Daniel Hopkins, Professor of Political Science, talks about why this year’s midterms were so different than historical trends, and what the next two years might look like in American political life.

Season Four of the Omnia Podcast: In These Times

The Intricate Riddle of Life

Season Three of the Omnia Podcast: In These Times

A podcast series that explores scientific ideas that cause big reactions.

Season Two of the Omnia Podcast: In These Times

Black Lives and the Call for Justice

Omnia Podcast: In These Times (Audio)

A six-episode podcast series that explores the forces that have shaped events in 2020.

Omnia Podcast: 60-Second Lectures Spring 2019 (Audio)

What can you learn in 60 seconds?

Omnia Podcast: You Can’t Hurt a Poem, and Other Lessons from Charles Bernstein (Audio)

The award-winning poet looks back on his career.

Omnia Podcast: Philosophy of Race (Audio)

Quayshawn Spencer, Robert S. Blank Presidential Associate Professor of Philosophy, explores the question, "What kind of thing is race?" in his classes and research.

Omnia Podcast: 60-Second Lectures Highlights (Audio)

The latest Omnia Podcast recaps the fall 2018 lectures and highlights a few past presentations by the likes of Angela Duckworth, Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Psychology, and author of Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance.

Omnia Podcast: The Rise of Women in Politics in 2018 (Audio)

In a new Omnia Podcast, Dawn Teele, Janice and Julian Bers Assistant Professor of Political Science, discusses the unprecedented number of women running for office in this year's midterm elections.

Omnia Podcast: UFOs and the Creation of Knowledge (Audio)

Kate Dorsch, Ph.D. candidate in History and Sociology of Science, discusses her research on UFO sightings in Cold War America and how scientific knowledge is created and communicated to the public.

Omnia Podcast: Poetry and the Pulse of Life (Audio)

Taije Silverman, a lecturer in the Department of English, has had poems featured in the Best American Poetry collections for the last two years.

Omnia Podcast: Reducing Lead Exposure (Audio)

A Penn Arts & Sciences grant allows faculty and students to work with impacted communities in Pennsylvania to decrease lead exposure.

Omnia Podcast: Constitutional Crisis? (Audio)

Rogers Smith, the Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Political Science, offers his take on why the firing of James Comey, as well as Trump's use of executive action and social media, is challenging the balance of power in Washington.