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Emiley Farnsworth talks with her father, Jeff Farnsworth, about how the media has impacted her father’s life and how media has changed over his lifetime.
This was a interview with my Grandmother comparing commutations from the 50s onto present day.
On September 12, 2019 in Chicago, IL, Ashley Bolton sat down with Lenae Brown and discussed her experience with growing up in a blended family. The 24 year old female spoke about the challenges of having step and half siblings,...
In part 1 of this interview, my grandma and I talk about how it was growing up in the great depression and how she had to adjust. We also talk about how it was parenting 6 different kids in many...
In part 2 of this interview, we talk about how pets have impacted my grandmothers life. We also talk about what she feels is the greatest invention of our times. We also talk about how increased communication has changed the...
Listen to my father share his meaning of family. He explains his childhood and the lessons his parents taught him to shape him into the person he is today.
Christopher Shuman is on faculty at University of Maryland Baltimore County and a research scientist in the Cryospheric Sciences Lab at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Christopher has extensive work history in Greenland and in Antarctica, analyzing layers in...
Professor Rader describes her relationship with forms of communication and media over the years.
Natasha is a student in the Moody College of Communication. Her dream is to connect people all around the world through television and film.
Talking about growing up too fast and being able to communicate and grow.
We discussed our differences on whether we are pro-choice or pro-life. Upon discussing, we found a common ground and realized that life isn’t just black and white and it’s also a lesson.
Going behind the requirements of what is involved with being in the U.S. military, how you move up and gain knowledge, and how you deal with hardships.
For the last 14 years, Gari Mayberry has put her volcanology background to work as a disaster response coordinator at USAID. Disasters come in many shapes and sizes so that specialty is a start, but often Gari finds herself connecting...
Alex Young has a great finger on the weather. But the Associate Director for Science in the Heliophysics Science Division at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center’s attention is focused far higher than any storm cloud. He studies space weather and...
How can scientists tell the story of science so that the public listens and understands? Dwayne Brown is the Senior Communication Officer for the Science Directorate at NASA and works with hundreds of scientists to communicate their ideas on television,...
Michelle Thaller, science communicator at NASA Goddard, discusses how she persisted in following her scientific passions even after being discouraged by teachers and guidance counselors. She also talked about why non-scientists should care about things so far away from Earth:...
What’s discussed about is the evolution of communication and technology
Kristen Erickson, Director of science engagements and partnership, recently helmed NASA’s efforts to involve over 154 million adult Americans with direct participation with the 2017 total eclipse – the largest engagement effort in NASA history. But in her more than...
We talked about perspectives on a mysterious world. And how we try to solve those mysteries, as human beings, by relating to each other one-on-one through communication and processing.
Two friends from college talk about their experiences so far and about what comes after the end of senior year.