“The best part about science is that if you do an experiment and your hypothesis is wrong you just try again” An interview with Adeena Teres

Adeena Teres is a high school science teacher in Florida, although she tried a few different careers before following her passion for teaching. As a teacher, there are always opportunities to inspire students either into science careers or towards other...

“It's important to get out of the textbook and into the field to communicate science and new research.” An interview with Elizabeth Eubanks

Engaging young students outside of the classroom can help further a life-long interest in science. Elizabeth Eubanks is trying to bring these kinds of experiences to as many kids as she can. As a science teacher, she’s heard from students...

"Always remember that we professors are all smart, but what will set you apart is being kind.” an interview with Rafael Loureiro

Rafael Loureiro may confess to being an introvert, but he has no fear of people. He started off talking about AGU’s Voices of Science bootcamp, which he is participating in this year to develop his spokesperson skills. That segued into...

Conversation with Maureen Barr: A Worm and Her F1

An interview with genetics professor Maureen Barr, covering topics including academia, running, family, and healthspan.

Interview with Mr. Ryan

The 8th grade class of Crossroads Christian Academy asked Mr. Ryan questions about his life

Interviewing my grandma about her life

Special guest talks about her childhood and experiences in India, her job experience, and her transition from India to America. My grandma can’t speak English fluently so I will be translating what she is saying.