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- Andover Center for History and Culture 2
- Habitat for Humanity 1
- Inclusive Communities Project 1
- Joppa Freedman's Town Association 1
- Martin Marietta 1
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- AGU 2018 Fall Meeting 2
- Andover Massachusetts 2
- Washington DC 2
- Atlanta GA 1
- Caucasus Mountains 1
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Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Long-term Andover resident Tina Girdwood shares her impactful life and dedication to helping her community, from founding the Andover Recycling Program, being a school committee member, and eventually leading the initiative to start the Andover...
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Seema Gupte, born and raised in India, talks about her childhood living between her family’s farm and in the city. After immigrating to America, she adjusted to the many cultural differences. Once she moved to...
Richard Johnson is an AGU member who has been coming to Fall Meeting for years. He discusses some of the keynotes he’s attended in recent years, like those by Jerry Brown, Elon Musk, and Dan Rather. A sci-fi enthusiast, Richard...
Friends and colleagues Cheryl Kortemeier (49) and Kristina Christy (48) talk about their history with Atlanta's Corporate Volunteer Council.
Coworkers, Christine Peoples [no age given] and Matt Coats (45), sit down for a conversation about the relocation and restoration of Timmons Hall and how teamwork is vital to their work at the Springfield-Greene County Park Board.
Nancy and Abby work together at the St. Norbert College Sturzl Center. Abby reflects on her experience working at the office, meeting another student, Adam, and how his life had an impact on the her.
Jamie Crowne (71) interviews her mother, Rita Souweine (99), about her earliest memories in New York City, the experience of raising a family and her relationship to gender roles of the time.
Tallon Nightwalker, founder of Northern Colorado Wildlife Center, speaks with Tabitha LaRose, AIP graduate student with Miami University of Ohio, about the role wildlife rehabilitation plays in urban conservation. Part 2 can be found in a separate recording
2nd part of interview with Tallon Nightwalker, founder of Northern Colorado Wildlife Center, and Tabitha LaRose, AIP Graduate Student with Miami University of Ohio, about the role wildlife rehabilitation plays in urban conservation. Part 1 can be found in a...
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...
Utah’s Hogle Zoo and the Jordan River Parkway
Kathleen O’Dell (68) interviews her long-time friend, Annie Busch [no age given], about her work in the Springfield community, from serving as the Executive Director of the Springfield-Greene County Library to her efforts to aid children experiencing homelessness.
One Small Step partners Mike Larson (64) and Tom Morse (37) talk about the uniqueness of the community on Minnesota's North Shore and the importance of being an active and engaged community member.
President of Joppa Freedman's Town Association talks about their winning fight for neighborhood equity and environmental justice when faced with a zoning request that would have brought more batch plants to her community.
Friends Nathalie Dougé (36) and Georgia Davies (35) talk about their work as hospital physicians during the COVID-19 pandemic. They reflect on community engagement, burnout, and the inspiration behind their careers in medicine.
One Small Step partners Cathy Howard (65) and Joseph "Joe" Parrino (46) discuss their faith journeys, their shared experience as educators, their work interfacing with the broader community, and the importance of addressing polarization in today's social and political climate.