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“What was it like to see computers go from using punchcards to being the personal computers we know today?”

My grandfather discusses his work as an engineer during the period of transition to the personal computer. We also discuss our family, his childhood, and his hobbies. For my Capstone Communications project.

“We are people who sit around campfires and tell stories and learn from stories… It's got to be a story.” An interview with Lin Chambers

Dr. Lin Chambers is the Deputy Director of Science Activation at NASA Headquarters, and she spends her time there sharing NASA’s science with learners in local communities across the country. Lin started at NASA after her freshman year of college...

"Three Generations of Ice Cap Expertise." an interview with Sinead Farrell, Walter Meier, Ellen Buckley and Jackie Richter- Menge

What starts as a conversation about arctic change is actually an all-encompassing discussion about career growth, patience, and personal growth. Walt Meier, National Snow, and Ice Data center, introduces us to Jackie Richter-Menge, US Arctic Research Commission, who has spent...

“ It’s a poor day if you don’t learn something new.”
November 25, 2018 App Interview

In this interview, recorded on November 24 2018, Don Cornelius, who is a resident of Halifax, Virginia, is interviewed by his granddaughter, Erin Kee, a resident of Egg Harbor township. Don is asked about his life and childhood via phone...

“I'm really good at translating. I can talk to scientists and engineers and help them understand each other.” An Interview with Charles Webb

Charles Webb is the Deputy Director of NASA’s Joint Agency Satellite Division, where he helps lead a team to develop and launch satellite missions for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Charles has a gift for translating between scientists and...