An accomplished librarian and professor, Melanie Freese found her passion early on in her career. Listen in as she shares her thoughts on what makes a good librarian, and gives her insights on what skills the next generation’s librarians will need to succeed.
As an internist with many years of experience, Dr. William Rowe studied the effects of prolonged intensive exercise on the human body and found the effects to be comparable to the stresses experienced during space travel. Additionally, he would like to call attention to the use of iron brakes in vehicles, as their unseen pollution is causing the same physiological conditions found in astronauts braving harsh conditions.
Additionally, Dr. Rowe is an adventurer; he has made eight trips for African safaris by land rover in East Africa in the sixties and on foot in Zambia in the seventies and eighties. He and his wife have been charged by an elephant on foot, stopped by a warning shot and have waded across the Luangwa River in Zambia, which is loaded with crocodiles and hippos, numerous times.
Myra Weiger devoted her life to education. She believes that knowledge is best attained through personal experience, and she did her best to convey that information to her students during her active years. Listen in to hear more about Ms. Weiger’s thoughts on education, and learn about her impressive career.
With decades of experience to his name, Dr. David Donaldson is proud to have made a contribution to the field of chemical pathology. Listen in to hear about Dr. Donaldson’s work history and how he came to be involved in this fascinating discipline.
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Ms. Shaupp is always looking for ways to expand her family business, which generations of her family have run. She feels that for a family business in particular, change is important, and staying aware of changing regulations is just one of many exciting challenges she faces each day. Listen in to hear about how she keeps her eye on economic trends in an effort to increase her share of the market.
Title: Consultant, Teacher for the Visually Impaired (Retired)
Company: Revere High School
Location: Revere, MA United States
Prior to her retirement, Olivia Ferrante enjoyed a long career as a teacher of students with visual impairments. She recalls those years fondly, and she was touched to be able to improve so many lives through her work. Listen in to hear about some of her experiences.
As a writer and art historian, Dr. Kit Smyth Basquin goes in-depth to uncover the hidden stories behind some of the world’s most influential artists and artwork. Her most recent project focuses on Mary Ellen Bute, a close family friend and pioneering animator, who had a major impact on Dr. Basquin’s life. Listen in to hear more about the book, and about the woman who inspired its creation.
As a professor of medicine and nutritionist, Dr. Anderson is proud to have pioneered several groundbreaking dietary programs designed to help patients combat diabetes and maintain healthy and active bodies. Listen in to learn more about Dr. Anderson’s contributions to the field.
As a longtime poet and radio host, Jack Foley was captivated by the magic of poetry from a young age. He has since honed his skill and hosts a radio program where he features other accomplished poets. Listen in to hear Mr. Foley’s thoughts on the art of poetry and how he was first drawn into its world.
Dr. Matoole has contributed years of work to his career as a physician, treating patients with a number of neurological diseases, including spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and others. Listen in to hear more about Patrick Matoole.