Emily’s interview in her perspective on her job

Today we talked about people who have influenced Mrs.Milford life and about her job working at chambers Academy.

“Embracing the different kinds of scientists that exist is something that we're still working to do.” An interview with Kiya Riverman

Kiya Riverman ended up studying glaciers because, on a field work trip, she was one of the few who could fit the ice cave in the glacier. She recalls, “you're surrounded by glaciers and then sometimes you're underneath glaciers. And...

"Points that fall off the curve are either a mistake or the Nobel Prize." an interview with Glenn Orton

Glenn Orton, a senior research scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, discusses his career exploring the outer Solar System that started with the Pioneer 10 and 11 missions, and extended forward to Cassini and more recently Juno. Interested in space...

John Mack Freeman

Mack Freeman started working in libraries because of a specific, surprise invitation. He talks about joining GLA in its time of transition, working in the Scholarship Committee, and mentorship in the profession. (Interview conducted by Casey Long / Audio edited...

The Life and Wisdom of Shawn Stover

Shawn Stover is the much-admired and respected Reentry Coordinator at Ohio Means Jobs of Athens County. He tells his life story, discusses his work with people leaving prison, and shares words of wisdom.

"I ask a question that can connect what I'm doing with research in the past or planned for the future." an interview with Nathan Kurtz

The potential downside of a career in always seeking discoveries is that it may stunt the development of your confidence. Even as someone who walked into NASA, living the dream in his mind, Nathan Kurtz experiences that downside, politely calling...

"Starting with the Simplest Conversations." an interview with Barbara Romanowicz and Vedran Lekic

For Ved Lekic, the opportunity to interview his mentor, Barbara Romanowicz, was a little daunting, so he brought along some questions. Once the conversation turns and Ved has a chance to answer some questions as well, we meet a very...

Zoya Pandher and Sangeeta Rao

Zoya Pandher speaks with Sangeeta Rao, Assistant Dean for Mentoring Programs at RBS, about how the business world has changed for women in her lifetime, how her work has been shaped by her experience as an immigrant and woman of...

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Margo Bubb and Stacey DelVecchio

Colleagues and friends Margo Bubb (54) and Stacey DelVecchio (44) discuss the early history of the Society of Women engineers, their work with Caterpillar (CAT), and their paths to the engineering field.

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Jaclyn Wright and Patricia McWade

Jaclyn Wright is interviewed by Patricia McWade about growing up in Michigan, choosing to attend Georgetown, receiving the Georgetown Scholarship, her studies and plans for the future.

Ashley Dupuy & Eli Arnold

In Georgia Library Association, the role of Treasurer is a three year position. Through this interview with Ashley Dupuy and Eli Arnold discover what it takes to succeed as the GLA Treasurer. Ashley and Eli also talk about what it...

“Science is something that you can learn and that you can achieve through hard work.” An interview with Michelle Newcomer

Michelle Newcomer is now a research scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab but her first degree was in French and Sociology. She talks here about the fear that comes with changing careers, taking risks, and pursuing the path that you...

In conversation with Bay Butler, May 7, 2016

Story Corp conversation with Bay Butler, about six months before his death from a progressive heart condition. Bay was a dear mentor, guardian angel and friend. In this discussion, he talks about his life, his values, and our relationship.

"My greatest contribution is the students that come through my program." an interview with Emily Schaller

Emily Schaller, project manager at NASA's National Suborbital Research Center at Ames, discusses her Ph.D. work studying the clouds on Titan and her work as a science and education. She recalled how as a young child, she would study illustrations...

"Whould've thought that a billion miles from earth we'd have biological activity in the bottom of an ocean?" an interview with Tom Krimigis

Tom Krimigis works at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, and was previously the principal investigator for the Voyager I and Voyager II missions. A student of Van Allen, Tom built detectors to search for Van Allen belts on...

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Junior Correa and Orlando Clemons

Junior Correa (33) talks to his friend Orlando Clemons (42) about his childhood, and his determination to overcome obstacles to pursue his goals. He talks about starting a candy business as a kid, and the positives and negatives of that...

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Simone Woods and Diamond Howard

Simone Woods (37) has a conversation with her friend Diamond Howard (29) about being "generational course breakers," the value of mentorship, growing up in a "surviving state of mind,"and their learning journey in 2020 after experiencing the uprisings of the...