Vern Stillwell

During the interview we talked about verns life. This included his adoption by his aunt and uncle, his marriage, his career in the arts, etc.

Refreshing Family Memories

An interview with my dad about his life and what he has learned. My dad explains what he wants me to take away from life itself, as well as how to be happy.

Self-Published Professor

Rebecca Durfee is a math professor at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. She is also a self-published author of 15 books. In this interview we discuss how she managed that and how media impacted her success.

Interviewing my professor Amita Malik.

Amita Malik talks about her life experience. Coming from Haryana, a state in India, where girls still wish for gender equality, she talks about how her family supported her. She also talks about how she loves what she is doing,...

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Clint McGuire and Jack Benjamin

Clint McGuire (56) continues his conversation with his former professor and long-time friend, Jack Benjamin (70), about Jack's years building and running a theatre department at the University of South Carolina Aiken. This conversation mainly covers the early and mid...

An Educator's Experience in the Classroom, and in Life.

In this interview, conducted in Silverado, California, Halley McIntire (19) interviews her grandfather, Stu Gothold (83) to talk about his experience as an educator, father, and husband. Dr. Gothold also shares his wisdom about leadership, and advises the future generations...

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Claire McCoy and George Black

Claire McCoy (58) sits down with her father, George Black (86), to ask him about his experiences as an actor and his career as a professor in the theater departments of various universities.

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Ekaterina Shkurkin and Suzan Porter

Life partners Ekaterina Shkurkin (64) and Suzan Porter (72) discuss the way that COVID-19 has impacted their connection to family, to grief, and ultimately, to a stillness that is only possible by the abundance of time in a safe place,...

Professor Lenneal Henderson: Racial Inequality in Education

This interview comprised of talking about a variety of issues with Professor Lenneal Henderson from the College of William and Mary, focusing specifically on racial inequality in education.

A Talk with my Professor
December 10, 2019 App Interview

A conversation with my psychology professor, Margaret Ingate, about her history, education, work experience and life as a professor.

Pops

We talked a lot about his favorite teachers and his memories of becoming a professor.

Liam Gebert and Susan Snyder talk about family, tradition and memories.

Liam Gebert (17) and Susan Snyder (54) talk about their heritage, christmas and family. Susan talks of her fathers effect of her life, her hobbies and job today. She talks of how the great depression effected her father. And how...

English Interview Project

A discussion with my dad about his career as an English professor.

Dr. Knox’s Interview

We talked about how he got his current position in his life and some important lessons he has learned along the way.

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Andre Garcia-Nuthmann and Victoria Evans

Andre Garcia-Nuthmann (62) speaks with his best friend Victoria Evans (65) about how he became involved in music at an early age, how he continued his career by studying in Europe and later back in the US. He also talks...

Tech Moving Forward: A story of technology and it’s relation to communications

Living in a technology filled society, Professor Rudy Lopez from Virginia Commonwealth University is interviewed on his experience and life through a changing world. As technology became advanced, communications continually changed as well. Professor Lopez goes in-depth of his experience...

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Fran Close and C. Perry Brown

Dr. Fran Close (54) interviews her good friend and colleague Dr. C. Perry Brown (74) about his journey toward becoming an epidemiologist, his work as a researcher and college professor, and the relationships that both keep him grounded and make...