Mr. Carlson outlines the path that he took to becoming a graduate student in the White lab, including his experience as a chef.
Ms. Everhart recounts her fieldwork experiences as a member of the Shea lab and the results of her first flintknapping attempt.
Ms. Gomez explains her research in the Tishkoff lab and how it may help in understanding malaria resistance.
Ms. Pepe talks about her experiences doing field work with the Shea lab as an undergraduate at Stony Brook University.
Dr. Shea discusses his early interest in anthropology, how field work has changed over the years, and his outside interests.
Dr. Tishkoff explains how studying genetic diversity can shed light on modern-day diseases, such as diabetes and obesity.
Dr. White talks about his passion both for his fieldwork and for educating the scientists of tomorrow.