“I wanted to see a sustainable coastal Virginia”: Virginia Wasserberg, 7 June 2018

Virginia Wasserberg, community leader of a Thriving Earth Exchange (TEX) project in Virginia Beach, shares her journey of community activism after a flooding disaster in her hometown of Virginia Beach, Virginia. She discusses how her work with the TEX has...

Mackenzie Preator Oral Project 1.

I interview a story from Megan Robertson about a boy at her school and how his choices affected their community dramatically.

Carl McNair – brother of beloved astronaut Ronald McNair – and Kimberlin Butler discuss the impact of being a Ronald McNair Scholar/Fellow.

Carl McNair – brother of beloved astronaut Ronald McNair – and Kimberlin Butler discuss the impact of being a Ronald McNair Scholar/Fellow. A star McNair Alumna, Kimberlin shares the story of how the McNair Scholarship opened doors for her to...

"It was not a straight line." an interview with Denis-Didier Rousseau

Denis-Didier Rousseau, Senior Research Scientist at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, and Fall Meeting Program Committee Chair shares how at six years old he set the goal to be a paleontologist. He discusses how that has shaped his life...

Journeying Together – Paulist Fr. Jerry Tully

In 2019, Paulist Fr. Gerard “Jerry” Tully is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his ordination as a priest on May 14, 1994. Fr. Jerry, a Bronx native, serves as associate pastor of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Community in Los...

Roxie talks about the importance of giving back.

Roxie reflects on the influence her family has had in her life, the importance of volunteerism, and her life as an experiential learner.

"The sun is the only star that is known to grow vegetables." an interview with Todd Hoeksema

Todd Hoeksema solar physicists and senior research scientist at Stanford University shares his stories about the power of the sun, technology advances and its effects on society and younger generations. (Recorded 7 September 2018)

Liz and Kathy: Partnered for 33, almost 34 years

Kathy interviews her wife Liz of 33, almost 34, years. They speak of identity, consciousness raining circles, social justice, parent and grandparent hood, bar culture, LGBTQ rights, and their love story with their 3 commitment ceremonies and marriage celebrations.

BoiseSpeaks: "Right to information is not yet there."

Aparna and Naga share their stories of the changes they have witnessed and made reality through their volunteer work with the Association For India’s Development.