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- Providence 4
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 2
- Providence Alaska 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
One Small Step conversation partners Cale Green (31) and Mathew Mulhelm (39) discuss influential moments in their lives, their political values, and pressing issues in Alaska.
Willie, a native Alaskan Iñupiaq, speaks with Angela about how the influx of Russians, Europeans and Americans into Alaska has had on their culture, health and livelihood. Outsiders unintentionally brought diseases decimating much of the native Alaskan populations. Unable to...
Susan Metcalf (69) interviews her friend, Erin Lord (26), about her time in the U.S. Air Force.
Sharing our experiences as students at UAA.
Robert White wanted to be a farmer when he was growing up but realized that research was more compelling.
Sister of Providence discusses her changing work in the Providence community.
U.S. military veteran Dawn Bundick (no age given) speaks with her new friend and StoryCorps Facilitator Tamekia Jackson (36) about her career with the U.S. Navy and her vocation as a public servant.
I sat down for a short interview with my dad who is also one of my best friends.
One Small Step Conversation partners Scott Kendall (46) and Leda Borys (36) talk about their political beliefs, upbringings, and self-serving political machines.
John Hagen and Jessie Morgan talked about teaching and learning culture. John also talked about his art and work, and how that impacts his identity.
Spouses, Cyndi Farley (60) and Daniel "Dan" Farley (67), share their love story, reminisce about the many adventures they have had together, and remember JJ, who was Cyndi's first husband and Daniel's close friend.
Cynthia Phelps (37) speaks with her husband, James Phelps (43), about her life in Anchorage and experience as a military wife.
We're doing an interview for a project that's based of survival, resilience and identity. My class (writing and reading strategies) have connected with Hollis class (intercultural communication) to explore how students negotiate their identity at UAA.
Sharing our experiences about our identities as students at UAA.
Hillary Barton (38) interviews her great-uncle, Noel Nellis (87), about his childhood, career, family, church, and the lessons that he has learned throughout his life.
John Compton (49) and his One Small Step partner, Jennifer Ludovici (49), exchange stories from former times and touch on political issues they feel strongly about.
Susan Holder (63) shares a conversation with her husband, Tim Holder (76), about how they first met, and their experiences living in Alaska during and after the Cold War.
Brian Kuzel (49) and Genevieve Osayame (56) discuss Brian's career in the church, what brought him to Alaska, his work abroad, and what the future holds.
One Small Step conversation partners Dax Lauwers (30) and Jedediah Smith (44) talk about the need for discourse in politics, their political beliefs, and how the country can come together.
David Brubaker (76) speaks with his son, Brian Brubaker (52), about his time serving in the military and his experience in the War in Vietnam. David also speaks about his own father's history.
Life experiences that circled through in and out of college, Rediscovering, as well as finding out new things about oneself.