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My interview with my mother: Memories from post WWII Germany, emigrating to the United States, culture shock, COVID-19, language barriers
Interview of Elizabeth Rayburn-Snyder WRTG 090 by Cheryl Williams COMM A305 UAA
We recapped important elements to surviving going to college here at UAA. We learn interesting components of Alex & Alex’s backgrounds.
Friends Michaela McGee (29) and Marisela Milian (28) share a conversation about their time spent at Crossroads MA and how the camp changed them and led them to become the people they are today.
Anne Ripley (76) is interviewed by her friend, Sharron Dorr (76), about Anne's volunteer work with the International Committee of the Red Cross in Cambodia during the time of the Khmer Rouge.
This is a short story on how my individuality created hardships for me within my small town, and how my resilience helped me get through it with a smile.
Elizabeth interviewing Cheryl Williams.
Nathan Buck (43) interviews his colleague James McAvoy (57) about his journey to becoming an RN and his experience being attacked for being gay.
Rex speaks about his childhood and joining the military, serving in Vietnam, and a teacher’s life back home.
Beth Moeller: 2020-09-01 20:20:06 Internationally renown geologist, professor and entrepreneur Jim Mellett, 84, sat down with Beth Moeller from Griswold Home Care in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic to discuss insights about characteristics driving resilience in times of uncertainty...
Amita Banerji (65) speaks to her colleague Anthony "Tony" Hirschel (63) about how the pandemic has transformed the arts, the digital expansion of audiences for the National Indo-American Museum (NIAM), the importance of creating and maintaining strong connections with community...
Davin Holen (45) speaks with his colleague, Tina Buxbaum (38), about his life journey, his work as a resilience and adaptation faculty member and his observations on building community and preserving natural resources.
Beth Moeller (57) of Griswold Home Care Fairfield County and Louis Voros (77) of Fairfield, CT sit down via StoryCorps connect to discuss wisdom gleaned from a life of hard work and perseverance. Hear Lou share how a quest for...
Ira tells her granddaughter Tracy about growing up poor in rural Tennessee.
Sharing our experiences about our identities as students at UAA.
Edward Bloch (87) talks with his cousin Meredith Skeath (71) about his father helping Jewish families escape from Europe before WWII, his courtship of Carol, how they started a family, and the importance of finding work you love and realizing...
Alex asked me about my time here at UAA and how knowing my identity has helped me. He asked me about my resiliency in my life and my time at college.
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.
In celebration of National Caregivers Day, we sat down to learn understand the client/caregiver connection and how it nurtures resilience. We learn that while each of each of us struggles with setbacks, together we pull eachother through to elevate life...