WBOI Presents: Act of Listening

Act Of Listening was a collaboration between students of the University of Saint Francis and the staff 89.1 WBOI through an AARP-funded grant. Part of the project’s goal was to alleviate loneliness and isolation in older, low-income adults. Over the 2018-19 school-year, students went out in teams of two and met a variety of older adults in Fort Wayne. One visit was recorded to bring these conversations to a wider audience.

Faculty advisors for Act Of Listening are Miles Fulwider, Jane Martin, and Kristin Miller. This program was also made possible thanks to the support of Trina Boedecker from the USF Office for Service and Social Action.

Our Interviewers are Laura Janssen, Georgia Lieb, Caleb Meyer, Sean Rollins, Jennifer Schenkel, Sage Sauder, Miranda Tyler, Kendra Siefring and Do Thawng . USF META students are Nicholas Cardoso, Vaughn Gallagher, Joey Lamping, Ashley Price, Renee Robinson, Tyler Ross, and Jennifer Schenkel. The Creative Director for Act Of Listening is Larissa Whitaker. Our music is by Noah Campodonico.

Mollie Shutt

Act Of Listening is a collaboration between students of the University of Saint Francis and the staff 89.1 WBOI funded through an AARP grant. Part of the project’s goal was to alleviate loneliness and isolation in older, low-income adults.

Over the 2018-19 school-year, students went out in teams of two and met a variety of older adults in Fort Wayne. One visit was recorded to bring these conversations to a wider audience.

 

Mollie Shutt

Act Of Listening is a collaboration between students of the University of Saint Francis and the staff 89.1 WBOI funded through an AARP grant. Part of the project’s goal was to alleviate loneliness and isolation in older, low-income adults.

Over the 2018-19 school-year, students went out in teams of two and met a variety of older adults in Fort Wayne. One visit was recorded to bring these conversations to a wider audience.

 

Mollie Shutt

To create Act Of Listening, students at the University of Saint Francis teamed up with 89.1 WBOI through an AARP-funded grant. Part of the project’s goal was to alleviate loneliness and isolation in older, low-income adults. Over the 2018-19 school-year, students went out in teams of two and met a variety of older adults in Fort Wayne. One visit was recorded to bring these conversations to a wider audience.

Mollie Shutt

Act Of Listening is a collaboration between students of the University of Saint Francis and the staff 89.1 WBOI funded through an AARP grant. Part of the project’s goal was to alleviate loneliness and isolation in older, low-income adults.

Over the 2018-19 school-year, students went out in teams of two and met a variety of older adults in Fort Wayne. One visit was recorded to bring these conversations to a wider audience.