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Financial literacy is arguably one of the most important skills to have when it comes to the safety and security of yourself and those you love. Nevertheless, the average Canadian lacks the knowledge they need to make informed, competent financial decisions. How can we close the gap in our knowledge of finances? Meet Paul Popo-Ola, a Finance and Economics Graduate (HBA) and a financial planner (CFP, PFP) for a major Canadian bank. Paul helps Canadians just like you understand the ins and out ...
 
Looking back at the NOW That's What I Call Music! series Ben and Ed look at the albums, the stats and the history behind the worlds most popular music compilation series. Taking a look a 6 albums in an episode every week, picking one song each from the albums. Listen to all the music from each episode on Spotify search Ben and Ed Present. A Best Specialist Music Programme Nominee at the HBA Awards 2019!
 
We talk to real people, not their job title. A podcast dedicated to providing students with easy to absorb information about different industries with a focus on insightful, concise, and engaging content. Join Jesus and Seba every Tuesday as they chat with guests ranging from fellow students to industry experts about their experiences. Expect a mix of self-improvement tips, life/career advice, and deep dives on topics of interest during the weekly 30 minute episodes. If you’re a student look ...
 
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Jennifer Cullin is back on the pod! (First interview was Episode 53 in November 2019). She chats with Chris and Cara about the HBA meetings (the annual meeting starts today Monday March 29!!) and the Plenary Session in which she will be presenting her work on fat stigmatization and perception in young adults. Listen to her virtual podium talk at th…
 
A chance conversation with a trainer in the early 2000’s led Harold to setting up a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and offering trainer qualifications. A well networked recruiter for many years, the RTO grew fast and now Harold has one of the largest RTO’s in the country offering TAE and Safety related quals. Find out how he did it here. Mo…
 
On this week’s Sausage of Science, Chris and Cara talk to Stephanie Berger and Jacob S. Griffin who are graduate students in Bioarchaeology at The University of North Carolina and Dr. Sophia Dent who is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Appalachia State University about skeletal plasticity. Specifically, they discuss their roles as co-editors of a …
 
Based in Tassie, Matthew has created Workbox Safety as a cloud based Safety Management System to assist companies create straight forward safety systems that meets legislative requirements. Matthew has carved out a niche in the Agricultural Industry and has now built another program that does SWMS for High Risk Activities. Enjoy this candid intervi…
 
On this weeks episode, Chris and Cara talk with Dr. Sharon DeWitte who is a Professor at the University of South Carolina in the Department of Anthropology. Much of her work focuses on variation in mortality risks before and after the medieval Black Death as well as demographic implications of the Black Death and its relation to skeletal indicators…
 
A research analyst, soon-to-be Harvard student, and owner of the Financial Pupil blog, raking in over 1.9 million tik tok views and 312k likes. The boys talk to Jeff Fang about what it's like working in private equity, how to actually get a job, financial advice for students who don't know finance, reading, and whatever else comes up. If you're rea…
 
Dr. Brian Hare is a professor of Evolutionary Anthropology, Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University and a core member of the Center of Cognitive Neuroscience. He chats with Chris and Cara about his new book "Survival of the Friendliest" and what we can learn from puppies about our own evolution and bipartisanship. Find "Survival of the Frien…
 
Tara Cepon-Robins is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at The University of Colorado-Colorado Springs and her research uses novel methods to test the Hygiene Hypothesis and Disappearing Microbiota Hypothesis. On today’s episode, Chris and Cara talk to her about her work with the Shuar in Amazonian Ecuador and her work in the Rural American Sou…
 
The boys sit down and talk with Jamie Lourenco about his experience in the travel industry, and specifically about how to get cheap tickets, where you should travel as a student, and other fun things he's picked up while travelling. Check it out and dream about what it was like before the pandemic and enjoy!…
 
We sit down and chat with Shad Islam. A Schulich alumni and current product analyst at MLSE with a unique story. We discuss everything from how he got his current job by participating in a case competition from which he wasn't allowed (and winning the whole thing) to the multiple hobbies and side hustles that he turned into ways to pay the bills. E…
 
Dr. Gary James, a SUNY Distinguished Professor at Binghamton University, passed away on October 15 2020. Dr. James is remembered for his work on blood pressure variation and stress responses in humans. Over the years he was President of the American Human Biology and the American Dermatoglyphics Associations, received the Franz Boas Distinguished A…
 
Serkan has had a background working in Government specifically in Workers Comp. His simple method around structuring health and safety systems has helped some of his old employers save millions in workers comp premiums. Seeing the power of these changes and savings in these methods, Serkan has recently started Falcon Consulting. Find out more: http…
 
Herman Pontzer is an Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology and Global Health at Duke University and author of “Burn”, forthcoming March 2nd 2021. In this episode, Chris and Cara talk about his new book which you can find here: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/603894/burn-by-herman-pontzer-phd, the complexity of human metabolism, …
 
Chris and Cara are out of hibernation! Their first guest is Dr. Daniel Lieberman, Edwin M. Lerner II Professor of Biological Sciences and Professor of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. Dr. Lieberman talks about his newly released book "Exercised: Why something we never evolved to do is healthy and rewarding" and answers Cara's quest…
 
Listen if: You feel stuck and need motivation We sit down with Swish Goswami, a 23 year old serial entrepreneur, 3x TedX speaker, CEO of Trufan, investor in Faze clan, to name a few of his achievements. We talk about starting businesses, finding motivation, what drives him and how you can find motivation when you feel stuck in one place. Enjoy and …
 
On this week’s Sausage of Science, Delaney and Alex bring you a Hackademics panel discussion on graduate research in the time of COVID-19. Luisa Maria Rivera is a Ph.D. student at Emory University studying intergenerational transmission of social experiences, Taylor van Doren is a Ph.D. student at the University of Missouri studying infectious dise…
 
We sit down and talk to Tim Rudan, a former Canada Trust consultant, university professor, and now high school teacher who has taught in multiple countries. We talk about different ways to learn better, happiness versus success, and switching career paths and doing what actually makes you happy and not conforming to expectations. Have a listen, enj…
 
On this week's SoS episode, we bring you a guest episode from the Inking of Immunity podcast, brought to you by Chris Lynn, Becci Owens, Mike Smetana, Julia Sponholtz & Patricia Arnett. In this episode, they interview Dr. Gemma Angel and discuss her experience with preserved tattoos.Dr. Gemma Angel is an interdisciplinary scholar specialising in th…
 
The boys get philosophical when discussing a question that has plagued people for years: Would you rather have all the riches of the world but at the expense of happiness? Where does one draw the line between the two? Is there such a thing as a perfect balance between the two? Enjoy this chat between two smooth brains and follow for more content!…
 
On this weeks SoS episode, we bring you a guest episode from Inking of Immunity podcast, brought to you by Chris Lynn, Becci Owens, Mike Smetana, Julia Sponholtz & Patricia Arnett. In this episode, they interview Dr. Aaron Deter-Wolf. Aaron Deter-Wolf is a Prehistoric Archaeologist with the Tennessee Division of Archaeology in Nashville, where his …
 
Ming runs one of Australia's biggest dance music companies fuzzy.com.au. In this candid interview he tells us how it all started and what are some of the health and safety concerns Fuzzy have to look out for when running festivals. Obviously COVID has temporarily stopped outdoor festivals of these sizes but it won't be long before it all gets up an…
 
The boys have a sit down with Richard Han, a Rotman Commerce student and growing YouTuber. Originally from Korea, moving here, grinding to get into schools and picking up a lot along the way, come listen to our great talk with Richard. Search up Richard Han on YouTube and make sure to subscribe! Enjoy the episode and follow for more content like th…
 
Our second bonus episode is a reading by Dr. Sera Young, an associate professor in the department of anthropology at Northwestern University. Dr. Young is sharing with us the preface and the first chapter from her book Craving Earth: Understanding Pica, the urge to eat clay, starch, ice & chalk. The reading is followed by a rerun of Chris and Cara'…
 
In this week’s episode we bring you an excerpt from “Lazy, Crazy, & Disgusting: Stigma and the Undoing of Global Health” by Drs Brewis and Wutich. Afterwards, you’ll hear their prior interview with Chris and Cara on water pirates, stigma, and the book itself. Drs. Alex Brewis and Amber Wutich are both President’s Professors in the School of Human E…
 
The boys sit down with Sean Kogan to talk recruiting and how to get jobs as a student, deciding on career paths, and on changing career paths. Sean Kogan is the co-founder of Recruiting in Motion, a firm that helps match employers to the right candidates in a variety of fields in business. Find him at recruitinginmotion.com. Big Questions we answer…
 
Dr. Kara Hoover from the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks chats with Chris and Cara about her research on the human sense of smell. She tells us about the development of testing tools needed to understand olfactory ability and how olfactory research can provide insight into human adaptation, the long-term consequence…
 
The boys sit down and talk with Monique Chan to talk about food waste, how to reduce it on a corporate and personal level, how to improve your diet as a student, and much more in between. Monique studied food waste in university and is the founder of Bruized Co, a business that upcycles imperfect produce destined to be thrown out, into healthy plan…
 
Dr. Benjamin Campbell is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee specializing in the evolution of human life course. He focuses on the way steroid hormones form a critical link between energetics and the timing of important life events, including childhood growth, pubertal maturation, and senescence. His rece…
 
Carlye Chaney is a PhD candidate in anthropology at Yale University and the HBA student rep. She chats with us about her undergraduate work on the association between exercise and immune function, the importance of including midterm exams as confounding variables, and the HBA student member Happy Hour.You can read Carlye's paper "Salivary secretory…
 
Cara and Chris chat with Dr. Marc Kissel, an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at Appalachian State University. Dr. Kissel is broadly interested in the processes by which we became human, and he uses methods grounded in paleoanthropology, genetics, and semiotics to address this question. In this interview he discusses is work on…
 
Our guest this week is Dr. Courtney Helfrecht, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alabama. Dr. Helfrecht chats with us about her path to bicultural anthropology and her work on adrenarche and alloparenting in sub-Saharan populations. She tells us about the importance of cooperation and what doing fieldwork fa…
 
Jada Benn Torres is Associate Professor of Anthropology and the Director for the Laboratory of Genetic Anthropology and Biocultural Studies at Vanderbilt University. She specializes in genetic ancestry, health disparities, and the Caribbean. You can find out more about her and her lab on her website: https://as.vanderbilt.edu/anthropology/bio/jada-…
 
This week we continue our series highlighting the work of the Sausage of Science producers. In this episode Cara chats with assistant producer Delaney Glass, a graduate student at the University of Washington. Delaney is broadly interested in human growth and development within the framework of Life History Theory. Her research currently focuses on…
 
This week's guest is Katie Sayre, a PhD student at the University of Southern California. Katie's work focuses on aging across different populations and lifestyles. She chats with Chris and Cara about her work with the Hadza of Tanzania and what it takes to stay healthy while growing old.Find Katie's publication on physical function and aging here:…
 
Athena Aktipis is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Arizona State University and is the co-director of the Human Generosity Project. She is also the chair of the Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting: http://www.zombiemed.org/ and host of the podcast Zombified: https://www.zombified.org/ on Channel Zed: https://www.channelzed.org/. Today Chris a…
 
In this special 100th SoS episode, Chris and Cara chat with our very own podcast producer Alexandra Niclou. A PhD candidate at the University of Notre Dame, Alex studies the many facets of human energetics and physiological adaptations. In particular, her work focuses on brown fat activity variation in adults under different climatic and energetic …
 
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