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Maria Muñoz and Sharyn Obsatz

Colleagues Maria Muñoz (44) and Sharyn Obsatz (48) reflect on their relationships to education growing up and how their work and studies in the humanities led them to being professors at Santa Monica College.

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Holmes Rolston and Douglas Yeager

Douglas Yeager(78) interviews his family friend, Holmes Rolston(79) about his work in the field of environmental ethics. They cover how Rolston got into his line of work, some of the highlights, his most influential works, and what his various awards...

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Kate Uhlir and Andrew Duxbury

One Small Step partners Kate Uhlir (82) and Andrew Duxbury [no age given] inquire about each other's lives, one being a mother of six and the other a Geriatrics doctor.

2019-11-29 Interview Recording – Rakesh Khurana and Arjun Khurana

Arjun Khurana (17) interviews Rakesh Khurana (52) during Thanksgiving celebrations. They discuss Rakesh's major life experiences, largely in terms of how they affected the development of his personal philosophies and morals.

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Nosakhere Griggs and Sarah Padgett

Nosakhere Griggs (28) shares with his friend Sarah Padgett (25) about his time growing up and playing in the woods of Atlanta, competitive sports, family, meditative state of fishing, how one achieves, working at a correctional facility and being an...

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Jonathan Chu and Carol Berkin

Jonathan Chu (75) shares a conversation with Carol Berkin (78) about the ways in which academia led to a form of self fulfillment.

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Shirley Lefever and Gordon Bassham

One Small Step partners Shirley Lefever (61) and Gordon Bassham (75) share a conversation about the most influential people in their lives, their values, their work, and their concerns and hopes for the future.

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Makinde Adedapo and Mosi Ifatunji

Makinde Adedapo (37) and his brother Mosi Ifatunji (43) discuss growing up and how family dynamics have changed and shifted.

The measure of a social work educator's legacy is intertwined in their impact on their students: Terri Klemm.

Terri Klemm, MSW, LCSW, DSW paved the way for many social workers. As one of the pioneers of the Centenary's Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) Program, she has educated, equipped, and established social workers worldwide. At the same time, it...

The social welfare of children and finding natural helpers to sustain a community: John Cosgrove

For many years, John Cosgrove, MSW, P.H. D, has been a trailblazer in the social work profession. His reach impacted Fordham GSS students' professional lives for over 30 years. With international social work and partnership with the United Nations, Dr....

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Jennifer Fried, Phyllis Gold, and Norman Gold

Jennifer Fried (38) interviews her grandparents, Phyllis Gold (90) and Norman Gold (93), about their early memories, their choice in pursuing higher education, the experience of being grandparents, and importance of passing on tradition and preserving language.

“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...

“Don’t let the hiccup stop you.” An Interview with Lauren Haygood

Lauren Haygood is a PhD student at Oklahoma State University, studying marine geochemistry and metal biogeochemical cycling in Dr. Natasha Riedinger’s lab. How does one become a chemist after failing chemistry in undergrad? We talked to Lauren about figuring out...

The Road to Academia

I interviewed my dad about his journey through graduate school and into academia and delved into the pros and cons of academia versus working in the industry.

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Sandra Halvorson and Natasha Herring

Natasha Herring (47) interviews her conversation partner Sandra "Sandy" Halvorson [no age given] about her experience getting into contact with her biological parents and how being adopted has impacted her sense of identity.

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Timothy Huntington and Marcia Drummond

Marcia Drummond (50) and her One Small Step partner Timothy Huntington (60) discuss parenting and parenthood, political ideologies, class, and how their youth influenced their views on the meaning of life.

Great time with advisor

Learning more, knowing more and having better relationship

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Tracy Higgins: Academia and Women

A discussion of Prof. Higgins Journey into academia and her thoughts on being a female in a male dominated field.

Adam Wilson and Sofya Aptekar
September 5, 2018 App Interview

Adam Wilson and his partner Sofya Aptekar talk about the importance of different unions standing in solidarity with each other, even within the same workplace. Sofya is on the faculty staff union at UMass Boston, and she describes a specific...

Emily Drabinski and Karen Miller
September 5, 2018 App Interview

Emily Drabinski, a librarian and organizer at Long Island University (LIU), speaks with her partner Karen Miller, a teacher and organizer LaGuardia Community College (LGCC). Emily and Karen share the lessons they've learned from organizing and being involved with unions.

Moving beyond ourselves and the general population to get community mobilized: Mitchell Kahn

As a social work pioneer in New Jersey, Mitchell Kahn, MSW, shares the heart behind community organizing and grassroots movements. After spending over 40 years at Ramapo College of New Jersey and serving as the director of the Baccalaureate Social...