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Hevsel Times
PODCAST & VIDEOS
The interaction of youth and their provoking ideas creates the roots and trunk of the Hevsel Times ecosystem. The true inflection point is in creating a range of representations, in other words, making representation itself representative. 

        Initiated in 2022, Hevsel Times releases weekly podcasts and aspires to empower the intellectual curiosity and academic competence of young and aspiring scientists, innovators, and scientists. Ranging from mathematics to women rights to quantum physics, our topics resemble our podcast team’s genuine interest and sheer determination to uncover the mysteries surrounding our world in a more accessible way. 

   

       Our regular podcast series Science in a Twist and Beyond the Bench, released weekly on Monday and Friday respectively, are prepared to enrich the listeners’ intellectual knowledge while raising awareness and propelling them to pursue learning outside the classroom. Science in a Twist covers scientifically-enriched topics, without diving into details too much to leave their uncoverings to listeners, in a more academic setting, while Beyond the Bench conveys real-life experiences by blending academic enrichment and social/community-based aspects. Apart from our weekly releases, we host a special series involving interviews with fully-fledged students from top universities and many more.

International Call

      We acknowledge driving youth to empower their mindsets to question and act for the prolonged patterns surrounding them is a complex process with intricate economic, political, and social causes. We echo the importance of value-creation and a sense of belonging to untangle that phenomenon and earn lifelong know-how for themselves and the upcoming generations. Join our international call to create timeliness and relevant impact.

Be an editor or writer in our Journal

Write, host, or edit videos & podcasts

Create resources at our Writing Center

Join our partnership department for multifactorial impact

Register your initiative to our Youth-Found Initiatives network

 

    If you are a representative of an organization, an expert in science, research, or minority inclusion, an activist, at least an undergraduate student with relevant experience, or an individual with an idea to join our journey, please directly refer to: hevseltimes@gmail.com.

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