First hour: Post-gaming the eclipse
Second hour: Author Lisa Hillman and her book, Secret No More
Did you have an opportunity to catch Monday’s solar eclipse? If not, hang in there until 2024 or join us for this hour of post-gaming the event, where we'll share all the highlights. Our panelists discuss their eclipse-hunting experiences and the science behind the event. Our guests:
- David Meisel, distinguished professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at SUNY Geneseo
- Brian Koberlein, senior lecturer of physics at RIT
- Dan Menelly, president and chief science officer for the Rochester Museum and Science Center
- Carrie Andrews, eclipse hunter
Then in our second hour, author Lisa Hillman shares her personal story of raising a child with an addiction. The Hillmans are a prominent family in Annapolis, Maryland – Lisa, an accomplished fundraising executive for a leading healthcare system, her husband, a former mayor. Yet in Secret No More, Hillman offers a look behind the curtain. Her son, Jacob, struggled with addiction beginning in high school, and his addiction progressed from alcohol to the marijuana, to OxyContin, and then, to heroin. In her book, Hillman shares her family’s journey, with the goal of offering hope to other struggling parents. She’s our guest for the hour.