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Arizona State University Retirees Association Video History Interviews Collection


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.


Date Range
1995 2017


Presentation at the 2010 Annual Meeting.

Created Date
2010-04-01
Contributors
Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2011-04-24

Selected interview clips from 9 separate interviews.

Contributors
Van Scoy, Linda
Created Date
2012-10-12

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

Presentation at the 2015 ASURA Annual Meeting

Created Date
2015-04-01

Presented to ASURA 2016 Annual Meeting

Created Date
2016-04-01

Introduction of 2016-2017 interviewees

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

An Interview about the career of Doug Anderson, former Director of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication covering his early life, his career at Arizona State University and later career as Dean at Pennsylvania State University. Walter Cronkite's relationship with ASU is described and how his name came to be associated with the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The times shown in the following Table of Contents are times within each part. PART 1 - Overview of Career 1. Self-Introduction, mainly about his early athletic and journalistic accomplishments – 0:00 2. After College: Newspaper experiences, university ...

Contributors
Godfrey, Don, Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2015-03-12

Interview covers Betz's early life in Chicago area, college at Cal Tech and Northwestern majoring in the new field of Transportation Engineering. Early travels to Africa and the Sudan. Teaching career starts at ASU in 1961. Description of ASU Engineering in early days. Project work in Sudan. Assistant Dean in the Graduate College. Teaching/living in Kenya. Evaluating Graduate Programs. Working in Academic V.P.s office to evaluate (Regents directive) all programs. Computerizing the Registrar's Office. Developing the ADOT Transportation Research Center. Creating the Office of Strategic Planning. Vice President of Planning and Budgeting. Instrumental in the acquiring and early planning of ...

Contributors
Stevenson, Pamela
Created Date
2007-01-12