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This Sao Paolo, Brazil based senior space research scientist is best known for explaining geomagnetic storms. In 2017, he received an AGU prize for “cutting-edge work” on space weather and processes. He remembers being a UC Berkeley graduate student in...
Nancy (58) and Yongan (62) talk about why they love their jobs and what their day-to-day experiences are like interacting with library patrons.
Ruben Bowen talks with his mentor/coach, Ashley Boone about her experience in writing throughout her life, and more specifically about the One-Act play she wrote and directed.
Kelly Rouba (30) talks to her friend Karen Palazzini (30) about learning to become an advocate for other people with juvenile diabetes, and what it’s like to live a normal life with a disability.
Kathleen Phillips (77) interviews Sonja Akright (50) about StoryCorps, historic preservation, and her personal research project on sanitariums in Lake Geneva, WI.
Angela Meyers (41) has a conversation with colleague Chris Sturdevant (49) about Chris's passion for researching and writing about the the Cold War, his interests, and influences that led him to become a librarian and historian.
I decided to record my sister Madison on her overall beliefs that are related to religion, god, researching/interviews for religion. It was a good interview to get a sense of her ideas and how the differ from others.
Twins, Judy Hale Young [no age given] and Jane Hale [no age given], sit down for a conversation about Judy's experience in the U.S. Navy, Jane's experience stepping into her non-binary gender identity, their passions for music and literature, and...
Claudia Parvanta (66) shares a conversation with her significant other, Richard Harner (86), about Richard’s family, his experience growing up in Iowa, how he became a doctor, his career, and his love of music.
Colleagues Melinda Buntin (50) and John Graves (40) discuss the empirical modeling work they performed for the state of Tennessee during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Friends Alana Rosenberg (46) and Dominic Walker (33) talk about how they met and how their relationship has evolved over 10 years to one of trust and mutual appreciation.
Cynthia Harris (65) interviews her colleague Tammie Johnson (57) about her educational journey in Public Health, and her work as an educator at Florida A&M University.
Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews her mom Emmi S. Herman (Searingtown) on Mother's Day, 5.9.2021. They chat about community, collaboration, vaccine awareness, and legacy.
DSW in conversation with MJA, TFR, WCS, PMR PMR Jr and son SDW - Considine/Chairmen; Walter Hoyt; Family/College; Medical Training; Education in Akron Orthopaedics; Research; Dimitri Agamanolis; Neurosurgery; IPOTT; Visiting Professors - Bob Gillespie
Bryce Christiaens (41) interviews his mentor, Gerald W Marks (81), about his career in the Cooperative Extension Service.
Heather "HK" Hummel (44) shares a conversation with her friend and colleague, Sanderia Faye [no age given], about the research and creative process that goes into their writing.
Amy Richard (55) talks with her friend and colleague Alyse Nelson (47) about the evolution of her work in anti-trafficking. She recalls her work in the early 90s conducting interviews with human trafficking survivors through a fellowship, and explains how...
I (Serena, 15) interviewed my brother (Alex, 21) about his views and personal philosophy. He discussed how curiosity, interest, and motivation are the basis for his behavior.
A parent talks about how they feel with comic books in education even with the stereotype in place.
This interview is between Jordyn Leon, 21, and Sherri Lineham, 37, both animal care technicians at the University of Rhode Island overseeing the research animals. Topics discussed include Sherri’s background and overall experience in the field, as well as anti-animal...
It was a nice breezy afternoon with Karl and Manish, two of my best friends here at NC state. We talked about our childhood, dumbest this we have ever done in our lives! It was quite a nice experience.
I (23 years old) interview my mom (58 years old) about what life was like before the Internet! I’m a student at VCU majoring in journalism and this interview is for my Mass Communications class. I hope you enjoy!
Alison and Darlene talk about her childhood, marriage, family, and her retirement years after her husband's sudden passing. Darlene has traveled to 70 countries and all seven continents, many while giving back through charity work.