"Communication is our responsibility." an interview with Jay Famiglietti

James Famiglietti, hydrologist and Director of the Global Institute for Water Security, University of Saskatchewan, discusses his work with NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experience (GRACE) and the evolution of technology throughout his career including its impact on water security....

"I've been a professional astronomer for over 20 years, [and it] still gives me goosebumps." an interview Michelle Thaller

Michelle Thaller, science communicator at NASA Goddard, discusses how she persisted in following her scientific passions even after being discouraged by teachers and guidance counselors. She also talked about why non-scientists should care about things so far away from Earth:...

"It’s Always Sunny in Climate Science." an interview with Phil Mote

Is it a good time to be a climate scientist? Yes, says Phil Mote, Director Oregon Climate Change Research Institute at Oregon State University. Predictions over the past 40 years are coming true and while some look at that with...

experience

I discussed past events with my uncle in order to see how him reminiscing makes him want to keep going today. From this interview, I’ve seen my uncle’s growth throughout his life in general so I just wanted to see...

Effect of Technological Advancements and Social Media on Modern Society

Discussing the effects of social media and how information technology has evolved over the years pertaining to how we learn and communicate as a society. Discussing possible solutions and things to keep in mind while living in such impersonal/anonymous times...

Joshua Gordon StoryCorps Interview

My roommate Matthew and I discuss communication and culture in his life

Relationship and love #NORTHSIDECHIRICO

What was talked about was the love my mother has for my father. How she continues to keep the relationship strong. The lessons she’s learned throughout her time being with my dad. And her experiences growing about dealing with love.