Liz Neisloss, WGBH

Liz Neisloss


Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Liz:

COVID-19 sent one Somerville man packing, taking him from teaching in Malawi to making pizza back home

Conor Cudahy had to return to the United States in the pandemic, but it gave him an opportunity to fire up a long-held dream. → Read More

Checked Out: Librarians Are Getting Trained In Teen Mental Health

Librarians are adding another skill set to their catalog. → Read More

6 Questions With A Doctor Running COVID Vaccine Trials On Kids

The only way to find a safe COVID-19 vaccine for kids is to test it on them, and that research is underway at UMass Medical School in Worcester. → Read More

'Ain't Nobody Gonna Do It For Us But Us': Boston Youth Send A Message On Violence Through Film

Created by members of the Roxbury based organization Teen Empowerment, the film “Senseless Smoke” calls for taking ownership of violence through community dialogue. → Read More

A Bridge To Schools For Students Learning English

Getting your footing in a new country takes extra help during a pandemic. → Read More

Summer Camp: A Rehearsal For The School Year Ahead

In the scattering of virtual and in-person camps that were able to open this summer, camp advocates say kids are learning lessons that will help them in the coming school year. → Read More

Coronavirus Triggers New Usages Of UVC Light As Disinfectant

A form of the light called UVC is being pitted against a new pathogen: the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Vaccine Manufacturing At Pandemic Speed

Why try to mass produce a vaccine when the right one could be years away? → Read More

Seniors, Facing Isolation Worsened By COVID, Turn To Volunteers, Community Efforts To Ease Loneliness

The pandemic may feel like a social experiment, but it's familiar to the elderly. → Read More

Undocumented Immigrants Face Coronavirus, Job Loss With No Safety Net

Unlike their coworkers, undocumented immigrants can't access unemployment benefits. → Read More

Local Shop Owners Brace For Business Decline From Coronavirus — Especially With Students, Tourists Gone

With Harvard and MIT students being sent home and tourism in the area already impacted by coronavirus, local business will take a hit. → Read More

Tackling Senior Poverty

Irene Morey begins each day with tai chi — arms flowing while gentle acoustic music plays from her television. Morey celebrated her 104th birthday with friends Saturday. “I have good genes. My great grandmother was 105. My sister turned 102 last week,” Morey said. “And that's that's a gift.” Morey knows many seniors aren’t as fortunate as she is; she lives alone and has a pension from 30 years… → Read More

You Can Say Buttigieg But Can You Say Yastrzemski?

With the 9th debate wrapped up and a flood of advertising well underway, anyone tracking the Democratic race for president is likely familiar with the names of all the major candidates. → Read More

Boston Researchers Tackle The Coronavirus Vaccine

Is the flu a bigger local worry? → Read More

For Some Women, Gray Is The New Black

Silver locks are trendy with the young and not so young. → Read More

How Virtual Reality Is Providing Comfort To Elderly Hospice Patients And Others

Why senior living is embracing VR. → Read More