Dana Cromer and Tyler Miller

Span277: Borderless Poetics & Expression for a New Time - Conversation with my brother-in-law about family and community.

Little Bit of Hope in a Time of Despair

I interviewed my step-mother, D’Audra Cole-Hunter, about her experiences in a social media community, as a small business owner, and a believer of God in a time of hate, hopelessness, and despair.

Made to be true to yourself

Mary talks with members of the Colorado Episcopal Service Corps about life lessons she has learned and the role religion and community has played in her life

Annie Davis and Kevin Shen

Annie Davis: 2020-05-20 21:24:32 Annie Davis (14) and her middle school classmate Kevin Shen (13) discuss childhood memories, the impact of a strong community, and thoughts on their educational experience.

3 College Kids Discuss How the Laws Reflect the People– or How They Don’t

Sydney Ginter (English, Creative Writing & Publishing and Ancient Civilations) from Dr. Sarah Bond's Roman Law, Order, and Crime course speaks to Vance Davis (Environmental Engineering and Secondary Education) and Haley Triem (English & Creative Writing and Art) about 1)...

COVID with Connie

A candid conversation with Connie Zhou, a local realtor speaking about her experience with COVID-19.

Growing Up

The stories and experiences from my dad’s childhood, including falling coconuts, thorn-guarded forts, and the awkwardness of his sister dating his best friend.

Jinny Savolainen and Linda Hoer talk pandemic in a small town."We are resilient. Humor and optimism are great tools."

Jinny Savolainen: 2020-04-26 17:34:59 Jinny Savolainen and Linda Hoer, neighbors in Leverett Massachusetts, talk about life in the time of COVID-19.

Brianna McNeely and Mark Hansberger

Friends Mark Hansberger (67) and Briana McNeely (37) discuss how they came to work in family businesses and the pros and cons of such an environment.

“There are no dumb questions, be confident and know that you are the expert in your field.” an interview with Linette McPartland

Imagine this upbringing: only child, suburbs of Maryland, daughter of a mathematician and a pastry chef. If you guessed that child would achieve a management role with NASA’s famed IceBridge2 mission, congratulations, you truly have exceptional foresight. Linette Boisvert McPartland...

The Extra Step

I interviewed Maggie Schaumleffel, my brothers Sunday school teacher and director of communications at my church.

Nancy and Abby talk about their work and the people in the Sturzl Center

Nancy and Abby work together at the St. Norbert College Sturzl Center. Abby reflects on her experience working at the office, meeting another student, Adam, and how his life had an impact on the her.

"My greatest contribution is the students that come through my program." an interview with Emily Schaller

Emily Schaller, project manager at NASA's National Suborbital Research Center at Ames, discusses her Ph.D. work studying the clouds on Titan and her work as a science and education. She recalled how as a young child, she would study illustrations...

An engineer describes his faith as progressing from cornerstones to curiosity to community.

Growing up the son and grandson of pastors, Mark chooses his own path in engineering, but never leaves God or his faith behind.

Philippines culture

In this interview I have a very special guest who's Filippino and we talk about their general culture

Patricia Varas, Diana Varas Martinez, and Maria Elena Martinez-Garcia

Sisters Patricia Varas (23) and Diane Varas Martinez (29) team up to interview their mother Maria Martinez (52) about her upbringing in Jalisco, Mexico, her transition to the United States and how her life changed once she arrived.

"You can't keep redoing your Ph.D. Really, to be successful, I think you have to change." an interview with Steven Pawson

Steven Pawson, Chief of the Global Modeling and Assimilation Office at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, shares his experiences working on atmospheric and Earth systems science, including interactions between the Ozone Layer and climate change, and predicting air quality for...

Jinny Savolainen and Burt Ames "There is nothing more noble than taking care of others."

Jinny Savolainen: 2020-10-16 16:59:41 Jinny and Burt talk about life in the pandemic and the importance of community

"If I can be welcomed in this group, doing this work, maybe they can too." an interview with David Crisp

David Crisp, senior research scientist at NASA, recounted his adventures, from going from a physics education major who had a paper on Venus winds published by Carl Sagan to a doctoral student at Princeton to helping fix Hubble. He described...

Alisa Baum & Krista Ortgiesen

Alisa Baum and Krista Ortgiesen started taking classes and volunteering at the Old Town School in the early 2000s, and haven't left since. In this excerpt of a conversation recorded at the school on March 22nd, 2017, the longtime friends...