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ASU Retirees Association (ASURA) Video History Project Interviews


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.


Brian Foster came to ASU in 1980 as Associate Professor of Anthropology. He became chair in 1982, then was Dean of the Graduate College from 1986 to 1994. He went on to the University of Nebraska as Dean of Arts and Sciences. He served as Provost at the University of New Mexico ( 2000 - 2005) and at the University of Missouri (2005 - 2014). He is Provost Emeritus and Professor of Anthropology Emeritus at the University of Missouri - Columbia. In the interview, Brian describes his early life and education in Dixon IL before entering college at age 28. …

Contributors
Krahenbuhl, Gary, Scheatzle, David
Created Date
2019-04-19

Morton Munk was a Professor and Chair (twice) of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. In retirement he holds the title of Research Professor and maintains an active research program. Chapters: 1. Introduction, 0.1 - 1.26 2. Early Life/Education Background 1.26 - 5.22 3. Graduate Work, 5.22 - 9.09 4. Coming to ASU/ASU Career, 9.09 - 16.42 5. Committee Service, 16.42 - 20.06 6. ASU Early Years, 20.06 - 23.02 7. G. Homer Durham, 23.02 - 26.59 8. Building the Chemistry Department, 26.59 - 30.14 9. Collaboration with other units/Dept. Administration 30.14 - 35.20 10. Department Challenges, 35.20 - 37.46 …

Contributors
Krahenbuhl, Gary, Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2016-12-06

Richard Peck can to ASU in 1988 as Provost and soon become interim President.

Contributors
Krahenbuhl, Gary, Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2015-04-22