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Holly Prendeville (40) with friend and colleague, Ryan Toohey (40), about their history together, their science careers and their time in the tropics.
Martin Miller (no age given) speaks with Taylor Gofstein (23) about her pathway in science, their mentor/mentee relationship, Taylor's science interests, and her future.
Hope Winship (40) has a conversation with her father, Jim Winship (73), about college, friendships, El Salvador, and the importance of friends and family given recent health challenges.
Jeff Gilderson-Duwe (59) has a conversation with colleague Thomas "Tom" J. Hennen, Jr. (73) about Tom's youth, family, and work in libraries and library systems in Wisconsin.
Larry Crouch (72) has a conversation with Colleen Sindermann (92) about growing up, working, getting married, and having children.
Best friends and former coworkers Kathy Klager (65) and Mary Olson (62) reminisce about their experiences in school.
Rabbi Sarah Berman (41) and her friend and congregant, Gail Sinai (61) share their professional and spiritual journeys and their experience during and immediately after the Covid pandemic.
D. Thomas Kincaid (91) talks with his friend Joyce Pagel (76) about waterskiing from the time he was a teenager and his life as an architect.
Friends Lynn Ratzmann (58) interviews Charlie White (65) about his life and weight loss journey.
Gerard Saylor (51) has a conversation with fellow Rotarian Mary Price (92) about her family's history in Lake Mills, raising a family, and working as a special education teacher.
Leslie Boettcher (82) talks with he husband Art Boettcher (93) about his childhood, family, volunteer work and career.
Kelly Davis (43) has a conversation with her mother, Kathy Ross (71), about her education and career, family, relocating to Wisconsin, and the joys of retirement.
Jacob Werkheiser (36) interviews his father, Jim Werkheiser (64) about his life, childhood memories, sibling relationships and growing up on a farm.
J.J. (69), a student in the 1950s and 1960s at the Michigan School for the Blind shares stories with Dr. Velma Allen (79), the school's superintendent during the 1980s and 1990s.
Melik Brown (50) and Paul Schmidt (44) talk about their friendship, growing up in northern Michigan, acting, and living in Lansing, Michigan.
Emma Linski (36) interviews her father, Joseph Whitmore (70), about his childhood and the person who had the most influence on him, his grandfather.
Rachel Clark (46) talks to her mother Josephine Lancour (87) about her childhood experiences in England during the Second World War and how Josephine ended up residing in the United States.
Joanna Young (33) and Dr. Erin Pettit (48) talked about their career choices as scientists who focus on outreach / education / research, and the role of leadership in glacier science in Alaska. They discuss the Girls on Ice program...
Rina Risper (53) and her friend Sherrie Ross (60) discuss their friendship, community involvement and the value of collaboration. They also discuss COVID-19 and their goals for 2021.
Jack Herbert Blodgett (90) was interviewed by his daughter, Connie Beam (56), about his adoption and growing up and living in Fort Atkinson.
Friends Howard Hinterthuer (75) and Lynn Ratzmann (58) talk about Howard's life and love of music.
Dan Sable (88) was interviewed by Amy Christian (51) about his life.
Jennie Fidler (33) has a conversation with her father, Jim Fidler (65), about parenting, family life, traveling, and home.
Rabbi Angela Buchdahl (50) and Rabbi Peter Rubinstein (78) discuss their childhoods and their respective paths to becoming rabbis. They describe the roles played by rabbinic mentors along the way and their experiences each serving as Senior Rabbi for Central...