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As an associate professor of Earth & Environmental Sciences and volcanologist at Denison University, Erik Klemetti works on volcanoes all over the planet, from Chile to New Zealand to the Cascades of Oregon and California. His research focusses on how...
Father and daughter Robert Puente (68) and Miranda Puente (36) share a conversation about family bendiciones, or blessings, Robert's time spent in the Sinai desert, and Miranda's memories from growing up.
Happy Labor Day! My husband Don and I chatted with my father-in-law Tom Sheffler about the dignity of labor and the changes in workplace ethics over his lifetime. At eighty-three, he works harder than anyone I know. In this chat,...
David Moore is a first-year graduate student at UCLA. He is studying tropical cyclones, also known as typhoons or hurricanes, on Earth. In his graduate research work, David is researching how to bridge the gap between planetary atmospheres and meteorology...
Emma Irwin explores a nuanced view of open source maintainership in today’s landscape, digging into what characteristics good maintainers cultivate, what role mentoring plays in maintainership, and how history influences who becomes a maintainer.
Don Gaede [no age given] and One Small Step partner Nicholas Gonzalez (28) talk about their political concerns, mentors, and occupation.
Jonah Bakken: 2021-11-12 02:19:03
We spoke about the importance of being a mentor. And having a mentoring throughout your lifetime.
School superintendent Dr. Michael Richards (56) shares a conversation with former student Danait “Dani” T-Medhin (18) about the Harrisonburg school system and about Dani’s experience in classes, clubs, musicals, and other activities while there.
One Small Step conversation partners Leigh Farmer (42) and Craig DiSesa (61) discuss how their beliefs have made them different from their friends and family as well as the impact of mental health and wellness on public policy and community.