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- English 5
Stories and thoughts from childhood through today.
An inspiring physics teacher, a lesson on the Copernican Revolution, and an immense awe sparked by the night sky ignited a passion for learning and research for Dr. Thomas Zurbuchen, Associate Administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. Dr. Zurbuchen shares...
Louise Prockter knows a thing or two about logistics and planning. When the first image of the unseen hemisphere of Mercury popped onto the screen during a flyby mission, her first thought was, “oh thank God, it’s in the middle...
This interview talks about Dave’s organization and leadership skills.
In this interview, conducted in Silverado, California, Halley McIntire (19) interviews her grandfather, Stu Gothold (83) to talk about his experience as an educator, father, and husband. Dr. Gothold also shares his wisdom about leadership, and advises the future generations...
In this interview, we discussed leadership and what a leader should be.
Scott Tyler, hydrology engineer at the University of Nevada Reno and AGU Hydrology section president, shares his work on Antarctic ice shelves, nuclear waste, and stream restoration. Do we need to build sea walls in ten years or in one...
Claire chats with Scott Christy about her 2015 NOLS Semester in Baja.
Liz Touhy speaks with Scott Christy about her experiences on NOLS Expeditions. She recalls a powerful experience as a NOLS student on an expedition in the Waddington Range of British Columbia where she gained confidence, and then elaborates on what...
My dad talks about what it was like growing up working for his dad and the different challenges and life lessons that came from doing so.
I interviewed my grandmother (my “Oh-wa”), and we discussed her experiences in the United States, how she perceives herself, and advice that can resonate with everyone.
Bilquis begins with a powerful message for listeners. She continues on to detail her history with her family, and her childhood experiences. She then transitions towards her experience with her own immediate family. Bilquis reflects on her aspirations as an...
How my mom takes leadership in her family, and what she thinks about justice
David Lucchino remembers attempting to climb Denali with a NOLS expedition led by Phil Powers and Jim Ratz in 1994. What he learned along the way was more important than the summit.
Carol Stanley is considered a mentor and role model to many in the Georgia Library Association (GLA) community. In this interview she talks about her early days in GLA, who mentored her, and what it was like to lead the...
Mini history lesson on the program and personal experiences as a volunteer and participant.
This is Part 2 of the Three Generations of Dreamers conversation with Aimee J, Salin Geevarghese, and his son Sanjay. The most poignant moment is at the end when Sanjay speaks about the impact of his grandfather’s Alzheimer’s on himself.