"The moment when you run over the finish line as a team is one that you’ll never forget in your life." An interview with Thomas Zurbuchen

An inspiring physics teacher, a lesson on the Copernican Revolution, and an immense awe sparked by the night sky ignited a passion for learning and research for Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen, Associate Administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. Dr. Zurbuchen shares...

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Adrian Montague and James Shuttleworth

Co-Founders of Flint Soup, Adrian Montague (33) and James Shuttleworth (36) reflect on starting Flint Soup, why this kind of non-profit work was important to them, and the kinds of impact they’ve achieved.

“When you do these missions, they can take decades to come to fruition.” An interview with Louise Prockter

Louise Prockter knows a thing or two about logistics and planning. When the first image of the unseen hemisphere of Mercury popped onto the screen during a flyby mission, her first thought was, “oh thank God, it’s in the middle...

An Educator's Experience in the Classroom, and in Life.

In this interview, conducted in Silverado, California, Halley McIntire (19) interviews her grandfather, Stu Gothold (83) to talk about his experience as an educator, father, and husband. Dr. Gothold also shares his wisdom about leadership, and advises the future generations...

My Strength

I used my strength as a leader in a first grade class that I interned in