1. If I could choose anyone to interview on my own talk show it would be Fidel Castro. The reason for this, is based on the current situation between U.S and Cuban relations.
2. A couple of questions would focus on his tenure as the leader of Cuba. Under what circumstances, would he not have had issues with the U.S? With Presidents Obama term coming to an end, where does he see Cuba and U.S relations. Where do you see Cuba after your brother steps down?
I would a little bit of both, difficult and surprising.
3. Viewers would tune in because this is Fidel Castro on an American talk show. It may be one of his last. To make this a compelling viewing experience, would be the location. Also, to bring a few of those who helped him during his revolution. There could a lot to make this interesting, but we can dream
This year we received competitive round 1 applications from all over the world including Antigua & Barbuda, Bangladesh, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Canada, China, Congo, Georgia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mexico, Nepal, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Russian Federation, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam. We’ve had the pleasure of interviewing many of you over the past 2 months in your own home cities (places that are near like D.C, NYC, Calgary, Vancouver and Montreal, and places that are far like London, Singapore, Manila, Istanbul, Mumbai, Shanghai, São Paulo, Lima and Mexico City – just to name a few) and it’s been wonderful to host so many of you on campus as well.
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Recently our seminar class interviewed a series of sophomore Trinity students on the impacts of race and socio economic status on campus. Our interviewees consisted of students from different financial backgrounds and races, which helped us to identify several important themes in student interactions around campus. To investigate this topic, our seminar conducted an interview-based study of students’ perceptions of race and social class at Trinity. Our interview guide posed ten open-ended questions and three demographic questions that explored topics, such as personal awareness, social interactions, and other students’ assumptions regarding racial and social class differences at Trinity. The Office of Institutional Research and Planning provided our professor with a stratified random sample of 55 sophomores from the Class of 2016, categorized by race (white or non-white) and first-year financial aid status (receiving or not receiving). Our professor sent personalized email invitations to this group, and assigned each of us to conduct an interview with all who responded and agreed to participate. The typical interview lasted about ten minutes, and was transcribed by the interviewer. The final sample consisted of 18 interviews: 10 students who received financial aid (4 white and 6 non-white), and 8 students who did not receive financial aid (4 white and 4 non-white). All names are pseudonyms and personally identifiable details have been masked, in accordance with our research ethics confidentiality agreement approved by the Trinity College Institutional Review Board. From the responses gathered in these interviews, we were able to identify several common themes that correlated with the findings from , and, which we read in class.
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But what can get overshadowed in the criticism about her emotional interviewing style, blurring of the lines between news and entertainment and chumminess with some sources are the accomplishments of a half-century run in the television business.
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After more than 50 years on television, Barbara Walters is retiring — but not after interviewing seemingly every famous person. Last week she made waves again by scoring the first interview with V. Stiviano, the now-famous alleged mistress of L.A. Clippers owner, Donald Sterling. If you had the chance to host your own talk show, whom would you want to interview?
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Agencies that have the technological capability may choose to conduct interviews via live video-conference instead of flying candidates in. You will typically be asked to come to a federal office building in your area to be a part of it. This is a great way for the agency to save money while widening the pool of potential employees. A popular video interview format is panel interviewing so that multiple decision makers can “see” the interviewee. Treat this as an in-person interview in both your preparation and your professional dress.