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I interview high school teacher Paul Werner about the changes he has seen over the 25 years of Rocklin High School's history. He mentions the effects of new technology, teaching methods, and college stress on students, which he believes has...
In this interview, in November 2018, Craig McPhie shares stories and talks about his childhood and family including his father who flew planes during WWII. He also talks about his school, an inspiring biology teacher, and his interests in science...
I interviewed Ms Emi, Aoba Japan International school’s science teacher. I interviewed her because Grade 6 is now learning about telling stories and I thought it would be great to hear about moving house to other countries. I think it...
As a leading international expert in weather and climate and Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor of Geography and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Georgia, James Marshall Shepherd knows a lot about climate, and just as importantly, how to talk...
Stanley Diep (18) talks with his friend, Justin Capriotti (18) about our childhood and also how things are going in the current pandemic.
Daryl Periman talks about how he came to love teaching, how his experiences have helped him grow, and his teaching philosophy.
[Recorded Friday, May 19, 2023] Dave (53) and John (39) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. John is a proud father and teaches college writing and literature. Dave has worked in the tourism industry, as an actor,...
Andover Stories of American Identity: Alex sits down with Denise Herrera as she shares amazing life stories that highlight her passion, diligence, positivity and people skills.
William Huber (66) tells his daughter, Chelsea Huber (29), about childhood memories of his family and his hometown, Chillicothe, Ohio. William also recounts stories of his teenage years and reflects on happy moments from his life.
Talked with Bradley Moran about his career path.
Dr. Ved Chirayath is both director and lead research scientist for NASA’s Laboratory for Advanced Sensing (LAS) at NASA Ames in Mountain View, California. His research is focused on inventing new instruments and technologies to map the ocean and planetary...
Diane Egner (66) talks with her husband, Sandy Rief (77), about how the Frank E. Duckwall Foundation began, the foundation’s impact on the community, and Sandy’s role in the foundation.
The activism happened inside the Astro Restaurant as well as outside. The waitresses were allies to the gay community.
Pierrick Dutertre (72) talks with his wife, artist collaborator and business partner, Cathy Dutertre (62) about being working artists, as photographers, mentoring other artists, teaching, serving others through art and their grandchildren.
One Small Step partners Leon Hoover (71) and Robert "Bob" Shore (75) talk about their political views and their careers in energy and behavioral health. They reflect on the current state of abortion and energy policy and discuss the influence...
Joseph "Joe" Held (38) interviews his mother, Mary Anne Arnett (70), about her unique childhood, in which she spent her summers exploring the Coronado National Forest with her siblings while her father studied the Oenimiad beetle.
Ethan Gordhamer a freshman in high school intercede Natalie Kornmeyer. she was a past archeologists who told us the secrets of archeology.
Jake interviews his science teacher at his continuation high school to learn that besides being a teacher, she is a human being with a rich history.
Three undergraduates from Olin College of Engineering discuss their experiences at the AGU 2017 Fall Meeting. These students are on a team of 5, working to redesign the user experience of the HydroShare tool.
Dr. Ella Sciamma-O’Brien is a research scientist in laboratory astrophysics and planetary science. As a member of the Astrophysics and Astrochemistry Laboratory at NASA Ames Research Center, Dr. Sciamma-O’Brien has been working on the Titan Haze Simulation (THS) experiment, developed on the...