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Careers

Advice, Lifestyle, and Appreciation of Professionals

Budgeting Hacks

12:00 PM • Replay • Aired Apr 12, 2021 • 17 MINS

Finding extra money on a tight budget

Finding extra money on a tight budget

Funny Business

8:00 PM • Replay • Aired Aug 20, 2021 • 24 MINS

Thinking Funny Can Help You Be More Creative at Work. But Don’t Try to BE Funny.

Thinking Funny Can Help You Be More Creative at Work. But Don’t Try to BE Funny.

Small Businesses and the Community

12:00 PM • Replay • Aired Jun 3, 2021 • 15 MINS

We discuss why big ideas matter even in small places.

We discuss why big ideas matter even in small places.

Starting a Small Business

5:00 PM • Replay • Aired Nov 8, 2018 • 47 MINS

Matt has business experts Ceven Ormond and Scott Shackleford on the show to talk about starting and maintaining a small business.

Matt has business experts Ceven Ormond and Scott Shackleford on the show to talk about starting and maintaining a small business.

Women in Business

4:00 PM • Replay • Aired May 21, 2019 • 32 MINS

Jeanette Bennett, founder and editor-in-chief of Bennett Communications, discusses what it's like for women in business nowadays, and the progress that they've made over time.

Jeanette Bennett, founder and editor-in-chief of Bennett Communications, discusses what it's like for women in business nowadays, and the progress that they've made over time.

Index Card Finance

10:00 PM • Replay • Aired Feb 12, 2016 • 52 MINS

Why personal finance doesn't have to be complicated.

Why personal finance doesn't have to be complicated.

Teaching Finance to Kids

9:00 AM • Replay • Aired Dec 28, 2021 • 19 MINS

Do you have a child who is already an impulse buyer? How can you help them?

Do you have a child who is already an impulse buyer? How can you help them?

How Future Adults are Getting Financed

6:00 AM • Replay • Aired Jul 27, 2022 • 18 MINS

Lots of people are getting financial advice from social media. Is that wise?

Lots of people are getting financial advice from social media. Is that wise?

Finance Apps

2:00 PM • Replay • Aired Feb 18, 2020 • 16 MINS

Janae Chandler shares her finance app recommendations.

Janae Chandler shares her finance app recommendations.

Biometrics and Business

8:00 PM • Replay • Aired Aug 17, 2021 • 15 MINS

Should We Sell Our Biometric Data?

Should We Sell Our Biometric Data?

Business with Friends

1:40 PM • Replay • Aired Jan 22, 2021 • 18 MINS

Is mixing business and friendship a good idea?

Is mixing business and friendship a good idea?

Putting Food Waste Back on the Menu

10:00 AM • Replay • Aired Dec 22, 2021 • 22 MINS

Renewal Mill is trying to reduce food waste and greenhouse gases by transforming spoiled byproducts into something edible.

Renewal Mill is trying to reduce food waste and greenhouse gases by transforming spoiled byproducts into something edible.

Wind Farm Weather

9:00 PM • Replay • Aired Dec 15, 2020 • 12 MINS

Can Wind Farms Change the Weather?

Can Wind Farms Change the Weather?

How to Farm a Pearl

7:00 PM • Replay • Aired Aug 4, 2021 • 29 MINS

On a tiny atoll called Ahe in French Polynesia, a family began their new venture in pearl farming.

On a tiny atoll called Ahe in French Polynesia, a family began their new venture in pearl farming.

Syrian Agriculture and Peace

9:00 PM • Replay • Aired Mar 28, 2016 • 14 MINS

Guest: Ghada Ahmed, Researcher with the Duke University Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness  Embattled Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad is celebrating a military victory – his forces regained control of the ancient city of Palmyra from the so-called Islamic State which took the city last summer. Progress in a brutal war like this is often measured in territory: who controls which cities, which roads. But gaining power in Syria really boils down to who controls the oil, the water and the bread.

Guest: Ghada Ahmed, Researcher with the Duke University Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness  Embattled Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad is celebrating a military victory – his forces regained control of the ancient city of Palmyra from the so-called Islamic State which took the city last summer. Progress in a brutal war like this is often measured in territory: who controls which cities, which roads. But gaining power in Syria really boils down to who controls the oil, the water and the bread.

Banana Fire Buffers

6:00 PM • Replay • Aired May 12, 2021 • 33 MINS

Why banana trees are so fire resistant.

Why banana trees are so fire resistant.

Regenerative Farming

8:00 PM • Replay • Aired Apr 21, 2021 • 17 MINS

Keeping Soil Healthy Could Help Climate Change

Keeping Soil Healthy Could Help Climate Change

Banana Cultures

8:00 PM • Replay • Aired Nov 18, 2020 • 34 MINS

Banana Cultures: Agriculture, Consumption, and Environmental Change in Honduras and the United States

Banana Cultures: Agriculture, Consumption, and Environmental Change in Honduras and the United States

Big Cities Can’t Have Big Farms –Unless They Go Vertical in Office Buildings

9:00 PM • Replay • Aired Dec 1, 2021 • 15 MINS

A potential solution to supply chain problems and urban accessibility to fresh foods is to grow the food in the city two miles up.

A potential solution to supply chain problems and urban accessibility to fresh foods is to grow the food in the city two miles up.

Family Farms, in the Sea

6:00 PM • Replay • Aired Jun 21, 2021 • 41 MINS

One fisherman's vision to replace lost fishing jobs with farming the sea.

One fisherman's vision to replace lost fishing jobs with farming the sea.

Scallop Farming

8:00 PM • Replay • Aired Aug 31, 2021 • 20 MINS

Scallop Farming Improving Markets and Ecosystems

Scallop Farming Improving Markets and Ecosystems

Farming and Eating Algae

9:00 PM • Replay • Aired Aug 28, 2018 • 10 MINS

Guest: Rebecca White, PhD, Vice President of Operations, Qualitas Health Algae, that green slime you often see atop stagnant ponds, is a nutritional powerhouse. If you’ve perused the supplements aisle lately, you may already know algae is high in Omega-3 fatty acids. But it’s also rich in protein. Some strains of algae are up to 60% protein, which is even higher than soy beans. So might algae be a solution to feeding the world’s growing population more efficiently than others forms of agriculture?

Guest: Rebecca White, PhD, Vice President of Operations, Qualitas Health Algae, that green slime you often see atop stagnant ponds, is a nutritional powerhouse. If you’ve perused the supplements aisle lately, you may already know algae is high in Omega-3 fatty acids. But it’s also rich in protein. Some strains of algae are up to 60% protein, which is even higher than soy beans. So might algae be a solution to feeding the world’s growing population more efficiently than others forms of agriculture?