Carrie Busey Elementary School's first grade teachers are known for teaching together as a team. Erin talked with them about teaching during this time, and what they are learning from it.
In installment four of this series, Nicole speaks with Reverend Doctor James Fielder and Jonathan King about the impacts of the coronavirus on seminary education locally and how to minister to your congregation when COVID-19 strikes too close to home.
Jaclyn talks with Michael Darin of Japan House about Children’s Day on May 3rd.
Nicole speaks with two Urbana based spiritual leaders about managing personal lives and community based spiritual support in the age of coronavirus.
Julie talks with Liana Alcantara, studio manager at Defy Gravity Pole Fitness and Aerial Arts.
Parkland's Dental Hygiene Program is celebrating 50 years. Program Director Peg Boyce tells us more about it.
Nicole continues her conversation with local clergy exploring ministry in the age of the coronavirus.
Nicole reaches out to faith leaders she interviewed for When Faith Speaks to discuss how they are doing personally and how they are supporting faith communities during this pandemic.
Julie speaks with Mallory Robertson about the book Jero's Journey, which she and her husband co-wrote with with their son Jeremiah.
WGGP celebrates 40 years of facilitating significant conversations, educating students, and conducting research about the role of gender in global challenges.
Julie hears from Cynthia Fears, candidate for Champaign County Board District 9.
Julie hears from Champaign County Board Chair Giraldo Rosales, who is running for re-election in County Board District 8.
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