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MIT OpenCourseWare
Chalk Radio
Chalk Radio is an MIT OpenCourseWare podcast about inspired teaching at MIT. We take you behind the scenes of some of the most interesting courses on campus to talk with the professors who make those courses possible. Our guests open up to us about the passions that drive their cutting-edge research and innovative teaching, sharing stories that are candid, funny, serious, personal, and full of insights. Listening in on these conversations is like being right here with us in person under the MIT dome, talking with your favorite professors. And because each of our guests shares teaching...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 32 ratings
Great!
I am very thankful that this podcast exists. As mentioned in the trailer, it is close to being able to having a quick conversation with these great professors about their interesting courses. I loved the episode with Gilbert Strang and look forward to listening to subject that I would not...Read full review »
userbinry4n via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/10/21
Fun podcasts!
I like to listen these podcast. The subjects and guests are interesting.
mehmettokgoz via Apple Podcasts · Turkey · 06/21/20
A Generous Gift
The chalk radio podcasts do a great job of talking about complex ideas in ways that do not make them intimidating. Everything talked about in these podcasts is relevant to the layperson who comes to learn or the prospective student trying to feel out the school. Fantastically produced, I highly...Read full review »
aesoprocky via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/26/20
Recent Episodes
Published 01/12/22
Guest host Curt Newton talks with Prof. Dennis McLaughlin about how and why he makes space for scientific controversies in his engineering course about land, water, food and climate.
Published 01/12/22
Drs. John Dolhun and Sarah Hewett take you inside a state-of-the-art MIT lab to share how they teach undergraduate students about chemistry and life.
Published 12/15/21
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