"A magnetic storm…can damage many electrical systems on Earth like communications and power grids." an interview with Walter Gonzalez

This Sao Paolo, Brazil based senior space research scientist is best known for explaining geomagnetic storms. In 2017, he received an AGU prize for “cutting-edge work” on space weather and processes. He remembers being a UC Berkeley graduate student in...

Tea with Mia and Seb – Exploring loneliness

Sebastien and I are starting a new project and we want to explore loneliness in our society, our hypotheses, and our goals for the project.

"I got a little periodic table wallet card. So, I really am a card-carrying chemist." an interview with Jack Kaye

Jack Kaye, associate director for research at NASA’s Earth Science Division, discuss his origins as a chemist and earth scientist, and how he was recruited to Goddard to be a chemist among meteorologists. “My boss would advertise me as his...

Peace and Quiet Turns Into Chaos and Riots

When Jo Ingledew went on a research scholarship to Colombo University in Sri Lanka, she didn’t realize that a trip to study coconut emzymes would be interrupted by the beginning of a civil war lasting 26 years.

Erikson Institute StoryCorps Project: Amanda Moreno

A student interviews a professor about her experience as a woman in higher education, research focus, and perspectives on future generations.

Karl and Manish

It was a nice breezy afternoon with Karl and Manish, two of my best friends here at NC state. We talked about our childhood, dumbest this we have ever done in our lives! It was quite a nice experience.

It was an opportunity I wouldn’t have had if I hadn’t come to Wellesley.

Professor Bryan Burns talks with Kaylie Cox ’18 about their experiences in Greece working together on the Eastern Boeotia Archaeological Project.