Closing Bell Podcast
Published on April 2, 2021
Dr. Heidi Schweizer of NC State explains the economic significance of the Suez Canal blockage and discusses ways to increase the resilience of global shipping infrastructure.
Published on March 12, 2021
"Cropscout" Christie Apple joins Aleks and Trey to discuss her in-field work with hemp in the Midwestern United States.
Published on February 19, 2021
This week, Aleks and Trey talk with Dr. Brenna Ellison from the University of Illinois and Dr. Meg Bruening from Arizona State about their work toward understanding and eliminating food insecurity on University campuses across the United States.
Published on February 12, 2021
Dr. Kevin Munger describes the new media landscape - from national news to social media - and its impact on politics and polarization.
Published on February 5, 2021
Aleks and Trey interview Jonathan Coppess, assistant professor at the University of Illinois, who discusses his role on the Biden USDA transition team and the state of ag policy.
Closing Bell Videos
Published on December 14, 2020
Aleks and Trey are joined by Dr. Kristin Kiesel from the University of California - Davis to discuss her ongoing multi-university research focused on best practices for online learning.
Published on December 4, 2020
Felicia Wu, PhD, John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor in Food Safety, Toxicology, and Risk Assessment, discusses the latest updates on the COVID-19 vaccine on the Dec. 4 episode of Closing Bell.
Published on November 24, 2020
Recent events have made mink markets uniquely impacted by COVID-19. Aleks and Trey discuss these major shifts with renowned mink welfare researcher Dr. María Díez-León from the Royal Veterinary College at the University of London.
Published on November 21, 2020
On this week's episode, Aleks and Trey discuss the underlying economics of Thanksgiving. They pay special attention to how those economics have shifted during COVID-19.
Published on November 15, 2020
This week, Aleks and Trey talk to John Kran from Michigan Farm Bureau about how the 2020 election is likely to change the direction of food and farm policy in the United States.
Published on October 31, 2020
This week, Aleks and Trey are joined by Dr. Steven W. Webster from the Department of Political Science at Indiana University to discuss his recent book "American Rage: How Anger Shapes our Politics."