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What Chilean miners can expect when freed

Professor Raye Kass, who has worked closely with astronauts, reflects on the challenges faced by the Chilean miners
October 8, 2010

Imagine being stuck in the dark, far from loved ones and everyday comforts, for months. How does a person cope under such circumstances?

Raye Kass, a professor at the Concordia Department of Applied Human Sciences who has worked closely with astronauts, reflects on the challenges faced by Chilean miners who were trapped underground a San Jose copper and gold mine for two months and started emerging to the surface as of October 12.

How will the miners feel as they regain their freedom? How will they react as they emerge in the real world again?

Find out by listening to Kass’ interview with Fiona Downey, a Concordia media relations advisor:


Download podcast (<--Right click and "Save Link As").


Related links:

- Concordia Department of Applied Human Sciences
- Raye Kass interview on NOW


M
edia contact:

Fiona Downey
Media Relations Advisor
Concordia University
Phone: 514-848-2424, ext. 2518
Cell: 514-518-3336
Fax: 514-848-3383
Email: fdowney@alcor.concordia.ca



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