The Honey W. Nashman Center's podcast The Hive captures stories through audio with interviews to highlight transformational campus-community partnerships that embody the mission of the Center's work.
Episode description: GW professor emeritus Leslie Jacobson speaks about her annual trip to Ifrane, Morocco, where she teaches students the importance of storytelling through theater production. This time, she wrote and directed a play about real accounts of sexual assault and violence with the help of an Al Akhawayn University professor. Students took it upon themselves to hit these heavier themes with the harrowing levels of assault in their country speaking louder than ever.
Episode description: While talking to Professor Pamela Presser's University Writing course, Caitlin Haynes discusses all of the wild and interesting stories she gets to archive while working at the Smithsonian Transcription Project.
Episode description: Check out the collaboration between Dr. Sean Cleary's community engaged course "The Autism Experience" with the nonprofit organization Our Stomping Ground, which supports people with autism in accessing inclusive, affordable independent housing in Northern Virginia. In Dr. Cleary's class, students learn directly from people with autism, form friendships, and break through assumptions about what it means to provide equitable access to education, housing, and health care.
Music Credit: Ketsa, "What's Manifesting"