Arizona State University Retirees Association Video History Interviews Collection

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Date Range
1995 2017

Introduction of 2016-2017 interviewees

Contributors
VanScoy, Linda, Scheatzle, David
Created Date
2017-04-01

An interview with Clyde Parker, Technical Director of ASU's Gammage Auditorium. Clyde describes his coming to ASU in 1961 as a Education major and beginning as a stage hand at Gammage Auditorium when it opened in 1964. He went on to become Technical Director. He describes memorable events at the Auditorium and on the campus. The interview was conducted by Colleen Jennings Roggensack, Executive Director for ASU Gammage and Associate Vice President Cultural Affairs for ASU.

Contributors
Jennings Roggensack, Colleen
Created Date
2009-05-29
Contributors
Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2011-04-24

Introduction of the 2012-2013 interviewees.

Contributors
Scheatzle, David
Created Date
2013-04-01

Selected clips from the Video History Project for the April 12, 2014 annual meeting.

Created Date
2014-04-01

2003 Interview covering his early life and career at Arizona State University and the founding of the ASU College of Architecture.

Contributors
Stevenson, Pam, Agave Productions, Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2003-11-01

An Interview of Robert Oliver, Professor of Architecture at Arizona State University's School of Architecture from 1964 until retiring in 1989.

Contributors
Scheatzle, David, Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2010-05-03

An interview with Hal Fearon, College of Business.

Contributors
Stevenson, Pam, Agave Productions, Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2007-01-12
Contributors
Stevenson, Pam, Agave Productions, Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2007-12-07
Contributors
Stevenson, Pam, Agave Productions, Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2003-10-24

This collection includes interviews of Arizona State University retirees, including ASU administrators, faculty, and staff. The video interviews were conducted by the ASU Retirees Association (ASURA) beginning in 2001. Videos are approximately 1 hour each.