‘Reframe’: A podcast for students and faculty’s stories and successes

The College of Education, Health & Society (EHS) has introduced “Reframe,” a new podcast featuring the work of its faculty, students and alumni. Reframe was launched this January. There are currently eight podcasts posted under the “News” section of the EHS webpage. “We decided to call it Reframe  because [the podcast] is reframing society and culture, looking at it from a different perspective,” said James Loy, the creator of the podcast.  He said the podcast seeks to share the work of students and faculty and to communicate the fresh viewpoints that arise from their discoveries. A copywriter and editor for EHS, Loy had already been writing articles about the work and accomplishments of EHS students and faculty. Having over 12 years of experience with radio and voice-over work, creating an audio version of those stories seemed like a natural next step. Loy hopes the podcast will be a way for  the college to reach and engage with a new audience. “The podcast  is a way  to create more of an engaging story that relates to  an audience at a different level,” said Loy. “You are actually hearing the voices of the people that we interview… it kind of brings the story to life more, and some audiences may respond to that or it may resonate with them more than a written page.” Assistant Professor Andrew Saultz is also excited...

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