With a Side of Knowledge

With a Side of Knowledge is a podcast that allows you to get to know a fascinating scholar or professional through an informal conversation about their work. Each episode is about 30 minutes long and recorded over brunch at the Morris Inn.

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Art and History

On Masterpieces and Mysteries

Jennifer Dasal is curator of modern and contemporary art at the North Carolina Museum of Art. After graduating from the University of California, Davis, she earned an M.A. in art...

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Business

On Personal Data, Hyper-Targeting, and Privacy

Kirsten Martin is a faculty member in Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business and a faculty affiliate of the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center. Recognized nationally for her...

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Health and Society

On Misinformation and Truth Sandwiches

Lisa Fazio is an assistant professor of psychology and human development at Vanderbilt University. She and her team in the Building Knowledge Lab study how children and adults...

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Art and History

On ‘American Spy’ and Finding It on the Page

Lauren Wilkinson is the author of the novel American Spy, which was published by Random House in 2019 and subsequently named one of the best books of the year by The New York...

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Art and History

On Royal Novels and Writing Partners

Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan are the authors of four novels, most recently The Heir Affair, which was published this summer by Grand Central and is the sequel to their...

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Art and History

On Crossword and ‘Wordplay’

Deb Amlen is the head writer and senior editor of “Wordplay,” the crossword column of The New York Times, where she’ll teach you how to be a better solver while also making...

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Health and Society

On Research, Universities, and the Love of Dogs

If you’ve listened to any of our first 50 or so episodes, you may have heard host Ted Fox say at the end that “With a Side of Knowledge is a production of the Office of the...

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Law and Politics

On Reporting and Politics

For this, our season 3 finale, we’re turning the virtual interview chair around on Notre Dame alum Robert Costa, national political reporter for The Washington Post and the...

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Science and Technology

On AI and Why We Need Humans (and Tiger King)

An expert on race and technology, Mutale Nkonde is the founding CEO of AI for the People, a nonprofit creative agency. She is currently a fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for...

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Science and Technology

On DeLoreans, Autonomous Systems, and the Drive to be Awesome

Last year, Jon Goh earned his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from Stanford. While completing a doctoral degree is a monumental accomplishment by any standard, one requiring an...

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Health and Society

On Education, Parenting, and Improving Outcomes

Jenni Heissel is an assistant professor in the Graduate School of Defense Management at the Naval Postgraduate School. Her research at the intersection of economics, public...

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Health and Society

On Reindeer Herders and Powerlifting

Cara Ocobock is an assistant professor of anthropology at Notre Dame. A biological anthropologist, she is the director of the Human Energetics Laboratory and explores the...

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