Date Range Clear
Recorded by Clear
- Andover Center for History and Culture 1
- Breaking Walls 1
- BYU-Hawaii 1
- Case Western Reserve University 1
- Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences 1
- 5 more
Professor Brooks Landon's life and his views on creativity, both in general and within his personal life.
We took a short trip and asked grandpa some questions, and heard him sing some songs.
Pilar Albertín is a college professor that has been working for years on different social areas. She has done research among various marginalized groups such as women who have suffered from violence, the LGBTQ+ community, drugg consumers, and sex workers...
The distinct value of occupational therapy in the field of assisstive technology
Abby Nelson speaks with Dr. Leigh Wakefield about his journey to becoming a clarinet professor at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN.
Jeff Stover, 30, is interviewed by his mother, Amy Hohn Stover, 67. They remember Raymond Stover, Amy’s late husband and Jeff’s late father, and Amy A. Hohn, Amy’s late mother and Jeff’s late grandmother.
Henry McCoy (59) sits down with his mother-in-law, Margaret Black (85), to ask about her and her sisters' adventures in "show biz."
If you struggle with the current political climate (especially the public discourse), take a listen to Ben's interview. Learn about his early life, his path to Richmond, religion, and his career/projects. He also talks about the way he navigates current...
My Cinematic Storytelling professor answers some questions about the filmmaking as he looks back into his career.
Claire McCoy (58) sits down with her father, George Black (86), to ask him about his experiences as an actor and his career as a professor in the theater departments of various universities.
Friends Yvonne Rodriguez (47) and Jesús Pando (54) talk about going to college in their 30s, majoring in Physics, their ethnic backgrounds and their family.
Kaitlyn Shaw speaks to Jim Kremer, her former professor, about how they inspired each other.
Robert E. L. Ingram (87) and his great-granddaughter Kitty LaRae Serna (19) share their thoughts on what family, Yuma, and being education professionals means to them.
I asked Kate about her journey to becoming a professor at BYU Hawaii and about her feelings about the job.
Author and retired professor Dr. John Yung, 73, talks with his cousin-in-law, Pui Yue “Ronnie” Hon, about growing up in Macon, Georgia as a Chinese-American during the Jim Crow era. He also discusses the three books he has written about...
Eshan Subramaniam interviewed Vettivelu Maheswaran about his life and delved into certain topics of interest (being a professor, retirement, medical work, etc.)
Dr. Victor Carmona gives his mentee, Caleb Scheys, advice about life and the future using stories from his childhood and past career experiences.
Andover Stories of American Identity: Ursula retells a poignant story of her life of “grit and grace”. She emigrated to America from Budapest, Hungary as a gifted teenager. With classic American opportunities, Ursula became an accomplished published author, lawyer, professor,...
Barbara (67) talks to her colleague Carol (60) about her career as a Public Relations and Journalism Professor at Howard University.
I ask my dad what his life was like growing up, moving to America, and how he became a professor at Rutgers University, the school I go to.
Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences Student, Tiffany Mims, interviews Professor Celeste Terry, Assistant Executive Director of United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland Inc. to talk about her life, her work, her projects, and her insights about resilience, healing, and...
I interview my current professor from my Chicanos and Mexicans in the U.S course, Dr. Maria Cristina Morales. She has faced discrimination and prejudice and is also an advocate of using education as a way to fight against the social...