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Dr. Marissa Rhodes, Oral History, July 15, 2021

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Dr. Marissa Rhodes, Oral History, July 15, 2021

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Curator for the JOPTY program, Angelica S Ramos interviews mother of three, Dr. Marissa Rhodes. In this interview she discusses her role as a professor and how COVID-19 halted all the plans she had for her classes. She also discusses her pregnancy with her third baby and the struggles that came with prenatal care and birth during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Rhodes also relates her birthing experience and how different the pandemic made it from her first two pregnancies; she discusses the complications that she faced and the stresses she dealt with. Dr. Rhodes also discusses how her social life was impacted and the struggle to find a balance between work, children, virtual-learning and a new baby. Lastly, she reflects on her personal silver lining and the lessons that she hopes will be learned from this experience.

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oral history

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Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

07/15/2021

Date Modified (Dublin Core)

07/30/2021

Date Created (Dublin Core)

07/15/2021

Interviewer (Bibliographic Ontology)

Angelica S Ramos

Interviewer Email (Friend of a Friend)

asramos2@asu.edu

Interviewee (Bibliographic Ontology)

Dr. Marissa Rhodes

Location (Omeka Classic)

Buffalo, New York

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audio

Duration (Omeka Classic)

00h:44m:52s

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In transcript- Curator for the JOPTY program, Angelica S Ramos interviews mother of three, Dr. Marissa Rhodes.
In this interview she discusses her role as a professor and how COVID-19 halted all the plans she had for her
classes. She also discusses her pregnancy with her third baby and the struggles that came with prenatal care and
birth during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Rhodes also relates her birthing experience and how different the
pandemic made it from her first two pregnancies; she discusses the complications that she faced and the stresses
she dealt with. Dr. Rhodes also discusses how her social life was impacted and the struggle to find a balance
between work, children, virtual-learning and a new baby. Lastly, she reflects on her personal silver lining and the
lessons that she hopes will be learned from this experience.

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