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It’s podcast season at UGA

It’s podcast season at UGA

It’s podcast season at UGA! Check out these Bulldog-led channels that make it their mission to educate while inspiring their peers through storytelling.

Georgia on your Mind:

Georgia on your Mind Podcast logoThis Emerging Media capstone project allows students to apply skills from their courses in web development, user experience, app development, project management and digital storytelling. The podcast seeks to explore and educate others about the impacts of different professional industries throughout the state of Georgia. Focusing on the areas Georgia excels in, the staff is working on producing their second season and highlighting growing industries in Georgia, such as film production and marine conservation.

Kelly Corder, an online student in the Emerging Media Masters program, is one of the hosts of the show. While completing her degree, Corder is also employed full-time as a Creative Marketing Director for Atlanta News First. She works alongside her New Media Institute peers to host and produce Georgia on your Mind. Corder shared her thoughts on this unique program: “Emerging Media combines it all and the fact that I’m able to do it online while I’m working full-time and have a family is really incredible.”

Listen to Georgia on your Mind at their website or on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.


Hear-Tell Podcast logoFrom the creative minds of students, alumni, faculty, and visiting lecturers in the Low-Residency MFA in Narrative Nonfiction, Hear-Tell is a show that strives to entertain and educate. Now on their second season, this podcast is hosted, produced and edited by MFA students and alumni.

Their most recent episode features an interview with author Emily Strasser about her book, “Half-Life of a Secret: Reckoning With a Hidden History.” Strasser recently visited Athens to speak to MFA students during their winter residency. Join distinguished MFA professor Laurie Hertzel as she dives into Strasser’s writing, born from research on her grandfather’s role in developing the atomic bomb. If this episode has you hooked, check out more conversations and interviews with Hear-Tell! 

Listen to Hear-Tell at their website.