1. When wintry weather is on the way, crews head out with salt to treat the roads. Julie Pollock, a chemistry professor, explains how that type of salt works to help keep us safe.

    Julie's Bio: chemistry.richmond.edu/faculty/jpollock

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  2. Physics professor Jack Singal, an astrophysicist who worked at NASA, discusses the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing. He can discuss how such a major achievement
    was completed in a short period of time and the fact that the moon missions are still the furthest any humans have been from Earth.

    Jack’s Bio: physics.richmond.edu/faculty/jsingal/

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  3. Scott Allison, a psychology professor and expert on heroes, talks about why the hero’s journey is so meaningful to most people. Allison can speak to the role of heroes, heroes and leadership, and heroes in film.

    Scott's Bio: psychology.richmond.edu/faculty/sallison/

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  4. Kristin Bezio, a professor in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, discusses the relevance of Shakespeare today and its connection to leadership. Bezio can speak to the ways in which literature, drama, film, and video games have influenced society and the way people think about leadership.

    Kristin's Bio: jepson.richmond.edu/faculty/bios/kbezio/

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  5. Joe Essid, director of the Writing Center who teaches in the Department of English, talks about the need to rethink the standard essay. Essid can speak to changing patterns of literacy and its influence on writing.

    Joe's Bio: english.richmond.edu/faculty/jessid/

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