Episode: The College Years: Stories about leaving home for university
Pub date: 2019-08-16
This week we present two stories from people who left home for university and discovered something unexpected.
Part 1: After Kenny Kinds begins lying to his parents about his grades, he has to question why he is in engineering school in the first place.
Part 2: After a tragedy, Brianna Shaughnessy discovers a different way to heal at the Great Barrier Reef.
Kenny Kinds is an application developer/comedian and yes, those two things pair together nicely. He also co-hosts the monthly storytelling show Sorry Please Continue at The Heavy Anchor in St. Louis.
Brianna Shaughnessy is a PhD Student in Environmental Biology at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Prior to joining Jarrett Byrnes’ lab as a Coasts and Communities Fellow, she completed a Master’s of Professional Science through Northeastern University’s Three Seas Program. Her past research focussed on surveying kelp forests with the purpose of assessing the impacts of global change on such critical ecosystems. As a native of Cape Cod, MA, an integral part of Brianna’s upbringing involved constantly questioning and developing a deep respect for coastal communities. Her current research focusses on the development of sustainable fisheries practices in hopes of acting as liaison between the community that raised her and the scientists aiming to understand and protect it.
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