Genie Deez and Tammie Schneider Recording Scripture Unearthed
Genie Deez and Tammie Schneider recording an episode of Scripture Unearthed.


StudioB3 is in the lower level of Harper East, two doors down from the CGU Mailroom.

Podcasting at CGU: Information for Students, Faculty, and Staff

Claremont Graduate University’s founding president James Blaisdell once wrote that “the center of a college is in great conversation.”

We believe this rings true today, and we’re committed to keeping the Flame burning through podcasts that showcase CGU’s diverse community of scholars, their innovative research, and the great conversations taking place on campus.

Studio B3 produces several long-running podcasts hosted by staff and numerous mini-series podcasts hosted by students and faculty. Several of our mini-series podcasts have been used as coursework or are updated yearly as a part of courses that incorporate podcasting as an assignment.

For information about how to start a podcast like the ones below, see Podcasting at CGU: Information for Students, Faculty, and Staff.

PostNormal Times

PostNormal Times is a podcast for our complex reality and unpredictable world—a world where the stakes are high and innovation is crucial. Andrew Vosko, PhD, associate provost and director of transdisciplinary studies at CGU, and his guests explore ideas that transcend traditional academic boundaries and address our most pressing needs. Get ready to challenge your assumptions.

Subscribe to PostNormal Times: iTunes | Spotify| RSS

The Campfire

Welcome to The Campfire, where thinkers and leaders from Claremont Graduate University talk about their intellectual, creative, and personal journeys. We are a place where innovators and ideas thrive. Please listen in as we bring these doers and innovators on air to share their experiences and insight.

Subscribe to The Campfire: iTunes | Spotify| RSS

CG(You): Grad Student Council Talks

Flourish in your transformative graduate experience at CGU with tips and tricks from the Graduate Student Council. This student-led and student-centered podcast provides listeners with information about resources and offerings around campus.

Subscribe to CG(You): Grad Student Council Talks: Spotify | RSS

American Scripture

Beyond the Book of Genesis, the Quran, or the four gospels, Americans have produced their own books of scripture. From Native American to contemporary, this podcast explores them all.

Subscribe to American Scripture: Spotify | RSS

This Global Latter-day Life

Half storytelling, half conversation, This Global Latter-day Life features the perspectives and life stories of Latter-day Saints from Botswana, Mexico, the Caribbean, and other countries around the world. Based on oral histories from CGU’s Mormon collections, each episode tackles issues like race, culture, gender, and identity. We’ll be joined by scholars and other community members who offer insights and explore questions that arise along the way.

Subscribe to CG(You): This Global Latter-day Life: Spotify | RSS

Sharing Air

Sharing Air is a podcast that takes a transdisciplinary look at how we connect, even in isolation. In each episode, we explore our complex relationship with the essential yet precarious medium of air as we share stories that bring us together in these times of distance and transformation.

Subscribe to Sharing Air: iTunes | Spotify | RSS

Poets at Work

How does poetry inspire, challenge, and sustain us? Hosted by CGU student and co-editor-in-chief of Foothill Poetry Journal Emily Schuck, Poets at Work explores topics relevant to contemporary poetry, both in the academy and the wider literary community. Tune in for behind-the-scenes insight into how the work of poetry extends beyond what we encounter on the published page.

Subscribe to Poets at Work: iTunes | Spotify | RSS

Very Different Rules

Although publicly-owned and family-owned businesses have a lot in common, Peter Drucker suggested that when it comes to management, “the family business requires its own and very different rules.” Director of the Drucker School Global Family Business Institute Kathleen Fariss hosts this podcast that sheds light on the distinct journey of family-owned businesses through authentic conversations with their leaders. With help from our special guests, we uncover the rules family businesses adhere to that are both binding and beneficial as well as tackle the unique issues and opportunities of family businesses that inform their definition of success.

Subscribe to Very Different Rules: iTunes | Spotify | RSS

Breaking the Shackles of Time

Writing is one of the essential human activities, both historically and in all the contemporary ways it is still pervasive in our lives. In this podcast, we explore the relationship between writer and reader, the ways writing and knowing interact, and some of the unique formal and informal genres writing can take depending on the context.

Subscribe to Breaking the Shackles of Time: iTunes | Spotify | RSS


Mini-Series Podcasts

LatinX in the Inland Empire

A 10-episode series hosted by CGU PhD student Eric Thomas which explores contemporary LatinX life in the Inland Empire. Each episode invites guests to delve into a different topic facing LatinX peoples today.

Listen to LatinX in the Inland Empire: Spotify

About Being Alive

Dive into the origins and evolution of Positive Psychology with Jordan Hamilton and Jason Beck in this 11-episode podcast mini-series as they discuss how Positive Psychology is being implemented in organizations around the world and what you can do to infuse it into everyday life.

Listen to About Being Alive: Spotify

Scripture Unearthed

Forbidden fruit? The enigma of Jezebel? Hidden treasures buried in the Gospel? Follow religious scholar Genie Deez through this 6-episode podcast mini-series as he uncovers lost stories of scripture with the help of faculty in the department of Religion at CGU.

Listen to Scripture Unearthed: Spotify

How’d You Get That Job?

A behind-the-scenes look at some of the unique, transdisciplinary, inspiring careers of CGU alumni.

Listen to How’d You Get That Job?: Spotify