The Ohio State University graduate, Class of 2020, and previous Time and Change host Rohan Makhijani introduces two of the new co-hosts, Richard and Nikhil. They discuss the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of mentorship, and a new segment of deep dive questions, as Rohan says goodbye to the podcast.
Senior undergraduate student and 2020 Rhodes Scholar Henry Wu joins Rohan to discuss his upbringing, experiences, and life beyond Ohio State. Henry discusses his work in pro-human empowerment and anti-human trafficking efforts and they chat about the philosophical implications of tainted donations.
Jacob Farr joins Rohan to discuss his transition into college after completing his missionary work post-high school graduation, his interest in culture and language, and his passion for serving medically-underserved populations.
Thomas Bowles joins Rohan to discuss the Ohio State experiences that led him to the crown. Tommy reflects on his time in the Mount Leadership Society Scholars Program, in the offices of public servants, and working various internships around the world.
Juan Tramontin joins Rohan to talk about his upbringing, personal growth, and professional experiences. Juan discusses how he formed his cultural identity, how he has utilized his experiences abroad, and how he has tackled new opportunities and all that Ohio State has to offer. Rohan and Juan discuss excellence, purpose, happiness, stress management, mentalities for growth, and a whole lot more.
Nithika Badam joins Rohan to discuss her background and the influence of storytelling on her professional ambitions. She talks about adjusting to college coursework, aligning actions with values, facing rejection, and more.
Rohan Makhijani is joined by distinguished educator and innovative chemistry professor Dr. Matthew Stoltzfus, Ph.D. Dr. Fus goes through the 5 H’s and then discusses his instructional style, technology in the classroom, and new tools for learning/teaching chemistry. Dr. Fus shares his thoughts about strategies for student success, discipline, and more. Dr. Fus and Rohan close things off with the set of Time and Change’s signature questions.
Sam Weiss joins Rohan to discuss how his medical experiences led to his ultimate desire to pursue international policy and humanitarian aid. He discusses his role serving in a Syrian refugee camp in Greece and later working for Save the Children both in Jordan and on Capitol Hill.
Megan Mansour joins Rohan to discuss her experience as an organic chemistry teaching assistant, starting a student org chapter, and navigating through health issues while in school.
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Robert DiSalle joins Rohan to talk about his experiences working abroad in Australia, as a student in the Integrated Business and Engineering Program, and as a member of Student Alumni Council. They close things off with a series of Time and Change Signature Questions.