SCHOOLING WITH Uncle Sam: DODEA turns 75

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MAMF Director Circe Olson Woessner speaks with former DoDEA Public Affairs Officers Allen Dale Olson and Frank O’Gara about the school system from its inception through the present. Their combined work experience spans almost 70 years in the school system. 

This podcast is brought to you by the Museum of the American Military Family & Learning Center. We are located in Tijeras, NM just east of Albuquerque. We collect stories in a variety of formats. Check us out, and if you’re interested, send us a story…or two…or three! We will accept short video or audio files, as well as written posts for our blogs. Query us or send a written story to: mamfwriter@gmail.com

Audio Podcasts: Together We Serve: “Service” stories from Brats, Vets, Spouses & Others, Schooling With Uncle Sam: Teachers & Students talk about their DOD school stories, America Remembers ‘Nam: Veterans and their families share their thoughts on Vietnam, Brat Time Stories: Can’t sleep? Check out our middle-of-the-night bedtime stories, written by, about and for the insomniac Brat

Video Podcasts:  One Takes: Like the name implies, people share their stories in a short, unedited format, Kitchen Table Convos: The best conversations happen around the kitchen table,  At Ease!  Arts, Entertainment, Literature & Travel-there’s a little something for everyone…Our Blogs:

We Served Too,

Passports & Pedagogy: Schooling with Uncle Sam; Military Family Stories

 

 The museum’s podcasts are supported, in part by New Mexico Arts, the New Mexico Humanities Council, Sandia Area Credit Union and organizations like Military Brat Seal and Military Brats Registry.

 


GRAICE UNDER PRESSURE: Tim & Michael Weddington

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MAMF Director Circe Olson Woessner speaks to brothers Tim and Michael Weddington about their research on military brats and the progress they are making on their upcoming book, Youth Who Bridged Opposite Worlds: The Experiences of U.S. Military Brats Who Have Lived in Japan. 

The museum will be focusing on a series of topics over the next years as part of our E Pluribus Unum-GRAICE Under Pressure project. Our Writers in Residence will examine and reflect on numerous topics pertaining to gender, religion, race, identity, culture and ethnicity. In addition to essays, our podcasts and YouTube videos will also examine what makes us–well, us.  The museum’s podcasts are supported, in part by New Mexico Arts, the New Mexico Humanities Council, Sandia Area Credit Union and organizations like Military Brat Seal and Military Brats Registry. 

 


VFCC Nutrition Series: Preventing Diabetes & Pre/Post Op Nutrition

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Physician Assistants Chelsea Tersavich and Meredith Grunden discuss ways to keep  healthy through nutrition. The VFCC is presenting a series of discussions presented by PA Foundation Nutrition Fellowship practitioners. This program focuses on Nutrition for people with pre diabetes and diabetes and also planning for pre-and-post surgical nutrition. 

This podcast is brought to you by the Museum of the American Military Family & Learning Center. We are located in Tijeras, NM just east of Albuquerque. We collect stories in a variety of formats. Check us out, and if you’re interested, send us a story…or two…or three! We will accept short video or audio files, as well as written posts for our blogs. Query us or send a written story to: mamfwriter@gmail.com

Audio Podcasts: Together We Serve: “Service” stories from Brats, Vets, Spouses & Others, Schooling With Uncle Sam: Teachers & Students talk about their DOD school stories, America Remembers ‘Nam: Veterans and their families share their thoughts on Vietnam, Brat Time Stories: Can’t sleep? Check out our middle-of-the-night bedtime stories, written by, about and for the insomniac Brat

Video Podcasts:  One Takes: Like the name implies, people share their stories in a short, unedited format, Kitchen Table Convos: The best conversations happen around the kitchen table,  At Ease!  Arts, Entertainment, Literature & Travel-there’s a little something for everyone…Our Blogs:

We Served Too,

Passports & Pedagogy: Schooling with Uncle Sam; Military Family Stories

 The museum’s podcasts are supported, in part by New Mexico Arts, the New Mexico Humanities Council, Sandia Area Credit Union and organizations like Military Brat Seal and Military Brats Registry.