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I interview my Uncle John about his childhood and engineering path throughout college and post college. He talks about how his work affected him and some of the very important lessons he learned.
Jeff Coomer creator of SOLMED a hobby charity that visits impoverished areas of the world bringing free home solar kits to families and delivering free medical supplies. These free solar household kits, that he creates himself, included a water filtration...
2022 ENA Foundation Chairperson Jeff Solheim interviews international conference scholarship recipient Nurul’Ain Ahayalimudin about how the Foundation made an impact on her in 2022.
This interview is for a college course on communication. I am interviewing the directors of Hampton Roads Homeschool Sports, a Christian sports league for children. Here, my Mom and I are interviewing the Driscolls about how their league contributes to...
Talked about his influences to become a comic artist, how his childhood experiences led to the international and creative life he has. Looking back into his life, we talked about some of his proudest moments in life, both professionally and...
Prateeksha interviews Gunjan about life, university and everything in between
Grace shares about being an "international woman", highlighting her time lived in Hiroshima, Japan and her visit to Mexico City for the United Nations Year of the Woman Conference
Sonia Esperanca, Program Director for the National Science Foundation, supports earth-science research in the academic community. She shares her journey from Rio de Janeiro to the United States, Israel, Australia, and elsewhere. Having an understanding of landscapes across the world...
Pursuing higher education was a problem to many people, international students were one of them. In the story Hoang shared with us, he mentioned what happened and how he handled that situation, which even included having told to be sent...
This interview is knowing the life of an international student who is also giving tips about being a 4.0 athlete and managing her time well.
Jonathan Bamber has always loved to climb mountains. It’s why, when he wrote an essay about ice crystal formation in clouds as an 18-year-old undergrad, he found his calling studying glaciers and the natural environment. He’s traveled the world as...
One Small Step partners Tal Sims (56) and Roger Godwin [no age given] discuss their experiences abroad and how it affects their view of the United States government and politics. Tal talks about his experience in the US Navy and...
I speak with my Aunt about her Education, having received one in Morocco, Italy, and the United States. We discuss why their education systems are so different and the possible factors that cause this, including social expectations, student life, and...
An experience at a CISV Seminar Camp that changed one young man’s perspective on being gay.
Ismail Elfath is a FIFA certified professional soccer referee. A native of Casablanca Morocco, he grew up around sports and had aspirations to be involved in the industry. He never thought he would have a career in officiating, but after...
Taylor Myers interviewing Sofia Solianyk as freshman at the University of Detroit Mercy. Two 18 year old new friends in the Architecture program asking about international lifestyles and differences of cultures.
This interview is about my friends journey from South Korea to America
We talked about Kadeene’s goals and where he came from. We talked about what inspires him and why he has such large goals.
Today I sat down with Ploy to discuss life in Thailand versus the USA and the adjustment she made when moving to the states alone at the age of 17.
Andrea Bordeau (37) and Arik Ohnstad (47), colleagues at Vanderbilt University, reflect on how the COVID-19 crisis impacted their work in global education.
An interview with a man that has been everywhere and impacted many