SoS 114- Hackademics: Dissertation Research in the time of COVID-19

February 15, 2021By Delaney GlassUncategorized No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 114- Hackademics: Dissertation Research in the time of COVID-19 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 … Read More

SoS 108- Your Story Doesn’t Quit: The 5-8 childhood transition with Dr. Benjamin Campbell

January 4, 2021By Delaney GlassUncategorized No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 108- Your Story Doesn’t Quit: The 5-8 childhood transition with Dr. Benjamin Campbell 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 … Read More

SoS 107 – From watching Bones to publishing research papers with Carlye Chaney

December 28, 2020By Alexandra NiclouUncategorized No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 107 – From watching Bones to publishing research papers with Carlye Chaney 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 … Read More

SoS 106 – Emergent Warfare, Side Quests, and Effective Pedagogy with Dr. Marc Kissel

December 21, 2020By Alexandra NiclouUncategorized No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 106 – Emergent Warfare, Side Quests, and Effective Pedagogy with Dr. Marc Kissel 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 … Read More