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Bill Wilkins begins this second interview by considering how he evolved as a teacher over the years, and makes mention of his favorite courses he taught in Economics. Wilkins was appointed as the Dean of the College in Liberal Arts in 1982, and he…

Wilkins begins the interview with a brief account of his childhood growing up in the state of Texas. Bill was born in the small town of Paducah, before moving to Austin at the age of 3, but ultimately the family settled in the coastal town of Corpus…

Betty Miner, a former instructor in Home Economics, begins the interview with her earliest origins, elaborating on her family’s move from Buffalo, New York, to Little Rock, Arkansas as a young girl. In this, Miner explains some of the difficulties…

In this interview, former OSU professor and Dean of the College of Education, Sam Stern, provides a brief historical overview of his family heritage, tracing his roots back to Poland and Russia. He then moves on to his childhood in both Detroit and…

Thomas Kirch begins the interview by reflecting on his childhood in Seattle, Washington, and how the city has developed since he was a young boy. Kirch moved on to recount his experiences studying at the University of Washington as a Civil…

In this interview, Charles Goodrich explores his life as a gardener, writer, instructor, and family man. Goodrich begins by providing a glimpse of his upbringing and education before diving into his career as a gardener, first at Marylhurst Convent,…

In the interview, Dick Clinton recounts the rich and adventurous story that is his life as a student, researcher, educator, and administrator. Clinton begins with the story of his boyhood, highlighting the early influences in his life which played a…

Gilkey begins the interview by talking about his youth: where he grew up, and what his parents did for a living. Then, he begins to talk about attending Albany College (1929-1933), and how he managed to pay for college right at the beginning of the…

The primary focus of this interview is the early history of physical education and physical culture at Oregon Agricultural College. In this, Thompson asks the Gilkey sisters to share their memories of physical education classwork and other…

In the interview, Campbell describes her upbringing in rural southwest Oregon, her early interest in athletics, and her experiences as a student at Oregon State College in the early 1950s. Much of the interview focuses on the Physical Education…