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A’Dorian Murray-Thomas and Lakita Lloyd

A'Dorian Murray-Thomas (25) is interviewed by her mentee Lakita Lloyd (18) about the organization that she founded called SHE Wins, and what inspired her to start it. The pair reflect on the impact that the organization has had on young...

"Something I learn today is something that [could help] society tomorrow." an interview with Patrick Taylor

While Patrick Taylor spends a huge chunk of his time in the clouds, his work has nothing to do with daydreaming. The Research scientist at NASA’s Langley Research Center is working on understanding more about the role of clouds in...

"We're really just scratching the surface about how the earth works." an interview with Daniel Minguez

Daniel Minguez, a geophysicist for Chevron, helps create new geologic models of the earth’s layers, trying “to build geologic stories for how different geologic elements got there.” Daniel discusses his work which focuses on boring techniques and navigating plate tectonics....

Interview with my Mom

My mother shared stories from her childhood, my grandparents childhood, and her career. I learned so much during this experience and I am thankful for the opportunity to learn more about life and where my family comes from,

"Be proactive and seek out opportunities." An interview with Tanya Harrison

Tanya Harrison never thought she was going to be an astronaut. But she was determined to go to space. And she did just that – through satellites, first to Mars, and now looking back at our own third rock from...

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Margaret McCaskill and Diane Mack

Diane Mack (74) interviews her friend and mentee Margaret McCaskill [no age given] about her childhood memories, her passions for reading books and writing poetry, and her hopes for the future.

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Arthur Allert and Michael Clement

Friends and coworkers Arthur Allert (65) and Michael Clement (65) share their experiences working at the UT Austin McCombs School of Business. They discuss their own college experiences, the importance of supporting first generation students, and the relationships they’ve made...

“You want to work with people who have good character.” an Interview with Martha Savage

Eager to get out of the lab, Martha Savage spent the year immediately following her undergraduate graduation at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station where she worked as a cosmic ray observer. In this position, Dr. Savage, who is now a...

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Maria Echaveste and Luis C.deBaca

Friends Luis C. deBaca (54) and Maria Echaveste (66) discuss their early careers and arrival to labor law, share about some specific cases of labor abuse they worked on, and reflect on the larger global factors that contribute to labor...

“There’s everything out there and it’s so fun to do all of this stuff.” An Interview with Gabriel Filippelli

Gabriel Filippelli is a professor of earth sciences at Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis, and the executive director of the Environmental Resilience Institute. We talked to him about how the first moon landing and the environment he grew up in...

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Amanda Ebokosia and Brittany Hale

Amanda Ebokosia (35) and her colleague Brittany Hale (32) discuss The Gem Project, what they have learned through advocacy work, and share their messages to young people making a difference.

Real estate interview with Lane Martin and Shelly Martin
December 3, 2022 App Interview

Lane Martin, 18 years of age interviews his mother, Shelly Martin, 40 years of age about her life and her career path and experiences.

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Nicholas Cybulski and Eliza Moeller

Nicholas Cybulski (33) talks with his mentor Eliza Moeller (43) about why he became an educator at Chicago Public Schools, what he's learned since starting as a teacher, and the importance of diversity in education.

"Don't let other people tell you what you're capable of." An Interview with Francis McCubbin

Some of the materials Francis McCubbin works with as the astromaterials curator at NASA’s Johnson Space Center include meteorites that were collected in Antarctica, solar wind samples, pieces of asteroids and comets, and the Apollo rocks brought back from the...

"Anything that really lets me feel like I have a tangible impact on my community…is very…meaningful." An interview with Gina Zwicky

Gina Zwicky love lizards. And frogs. And turtles. Basically, all sorts of amphibians and reptiles. The love has turned into a career looking at how lizards fight off parasites and how those parasites evolve to be, well, better parasites. And...

Natasha Marshall

Natasha Marshall: 2020-12-03 19:45:08 Natasha Marshall (18) talks with her aunt, Susan Greenwood (52) about her experience in college and how she ended up in a career she loves but never expected.

“[Better satellite monitoring] will improve our ability to bridge the gaps between the haves & have nots." interview with Ashutosh Limaye

Through his work with SERVIR, Ashutosh Limaye could be described as one of Earth’s watchdogs. The project scientist at the Marshall Space Flight Center’s job is to take NASA satellite data back down to the Earth and help people use...

"With satellite data, you can help people understand how the disaster happen in their backyard." an interview with Dalia Kirschbaum

In research, Dalia Kirschbaum literally seeks landslide victories, though in her case this entails finding disasters. The research scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center uses satellite monitoring to get clear predictions about actual landslides through satellite information. “My work...

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Kurt Kaiser, Michele Kaiser, and Bruce Kaiser

Michele "Mike" Kaiser (71) and Bruce Kaiser (72) speak with their son Kurt Kaiser (34) about their marriage, childhoods, career paths, and parenthood in anticipation of Kurt's wedding.

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Juanita Dean and Tyler Colón

Tyler Colón (21) interviews his neighbor Juanita Dean (92) about her life in and memories of Harlem. She also talks about her family and her career path.

"We need to figure out how to best manage the planet for all who live here." an interview with Anne Douglass

Nearing the end of her career, Anne Douglass, at NASA Godard Space Flight Center, has provided the scientific community with a better understanding of the ozone layer that protects us all from ultraviolet radiation. Anne describes the energy that it...

Figuring it out
October 16, 2022 App Interview

Noel is a Full Sail student from Puerto Rico who moved to Florida two years ago and started paving his way into the industry, learning and experiencing new things every day; he shares his work path and how he got...

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

For my Thanksgiving listen, I decided to interview my father. We mainly covered what his childhood, work-life, and family life was like.