Category Archives: Podcasts

Trent Voices Episode 34: Jim Maxwell

Jim Maxwell has been making waves in the field of Hollywood matte painting – the painted background that allows filmmakers to create the illusion of an environment that is nonexistent in real life or would otherwise be too expensive or impossible to build or visit. And he has made some very prominent ones in his…
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Trent Voices Episode 32: Yuwa Hedrick-Wong

Yuwa Hedrick-Wong is the Chief Economist and Chair of the Academic Advisory Council at MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth – a group that just might make you doubt what you think you know about multinational financial organizations. He’s also the Global Economic Advisor for MasterCard Worldwide. Prior to his global role, he was Economic Advisor…
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Trent Voices, Episode 31: Andressa Lacerda

2015 Ph.D. grad Andressa Lacerda is in mid-career stride, despite being only 26. She’s a founding partner and the CFO in Noble Inc., a company that will manufacture and distribute filtration systems to remove nanosilvers from wastewater as well as introduce pharmaceuticals that will cure cancer and diseases that are caused by virus’. Her partner…
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Trent Voices, Episode 28: Jack Roe

Jack Roe has been an on air presence for CBC Radio, 680 NEWS, CKPT (now Energy 99.7) and (back in 1973-5) Trent Radio, where this interview took place. The conversation ranges across his 40+ year career in radio and captures memories from the magical to the manic: from interviews with Chris Hadfield to interviews with…
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Trent Voices Radio Show, Episode 27: Stewart Wheeler

Our interview with Canada's Ambassador to Iceland, Stewart Wheeler, takes us on a journey from Trent to Bogotá to Afghanistan to Iceland and speaks to the ability to evolve, learn, and communicate. Stewart began his career in the public service in 1993, working in the Public Information Office at the House of Commons. In 1994,…
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Trent Voices Radio Show, Episode 26: Bill Kimball

Since graduating from Trent University in 1980 with a degree in Cultural Studies, Bill Kimball has been involved in many aspects of the Peterborough arts community, particularly in the areas of contemporary dance and theatre. He has contributed to the creation of live performance spaces in Peterborough, beginning with City Stage, a performance space operated…
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Alumni Panel Discussion: The Big Picture (and Other Leadership Concepts for the Advancement of Women)

A panel discussion featuring: Dalal Al-Waheidi ’98, Anne Larcade '81, Nancy Austin '76 and Rann Sharma '97. The panel, moderated by former Trent president, Bonnie Patterson, consisted of women from the private and public sectors, not-for-profit organizations, male-dominated professions, female-dominated professions, and governmental representation. The panel included Dalal Al-Waheidi '98, executive director of Global We…
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Trent Voices Radio Show, Episode 25: Alan Martin

Alan Martin is the Director of Research for Partnership Africa Canada (PAC) -- an organization best known for their Nobel Peace Prize-nominated work to halt the trade in conflict diamonds from Africa. Prior to joining PAC, Alan worked as a researcher to the late Jack Layton. Before that he spent over a decade working as…
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Through a Canadian Lens: The Current and Future Landscape of Television and Film

Some of Trent University’s brightest alumni came together October 15 to give a critical appraisal of the state of Canadian media. A full house at Bagnani House were treated to “Through A Canadian Lens, The Current and Future Landscape of Television and Film.” This insightful event drew Peterborough community members, as well as Trent faculty,…
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