Tell Me More!
A Podcast for Amplifying the Work of Graduate Students
This podcast is all about graduate students—their work, research, interests, and more! As you can probably guess from the title, this podcast is a conversational, interview-based show where graduate students—MA or PhD and at any level—get to talk about their current projects.
That means interviewees can come on the show and talk about whatever work they're currently engaging in: a dissertation chapter, a multimodal project, a seminar paper, an article (in draft or published form)—whatever they want to tell us more about! There’s no high-stakes pressure but just a conversation letting you nerd out to the show's host, Wilfredo Flores.
The ultimate goal for this podcast is to amplify the work of grad students to other grad students and faculty (NTT and TT). In fact, this podcast is launching with the hope that the show will serve as a networking nexus for students and faculty, especially so the latter can learn more about the up-and-comers and their amazing work. In that way, this show is all about uplifting the next generation of scholars, especially Black, Indigenous, and People of Color and/or queer, trans, and enby folks.
If you'd like to learn more or schedule a meeting with the podcast creator to talk more, feel free to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can make an appointment with him at this link.