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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.


Language
  • English
Date Range
2002 2019


Selected clips from the Video History Project for the 2010 ASURA annual meeting.

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

Selected clips from the Video History Project for the 2011 ASURA annual meeting.

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

Selected interview clips from 9 separate interviews including Carleton Moore and John Smith for the 2012 annual meeting. Some history of ASU is included.

Contributors
Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2012-10-12

Selected clips from the Video History Project for the 2013 ASURA annual meeting.

Contributors
Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2013-04-01

Selected clips from the Video History Project for the 2014 ASURA annual meeting.

Contributors
Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2014-04-01

Selected clips from the Video History Project for the 2015 ASURA annual meeting.

Contributors
Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2015-04-01

Selected clips from the Video History Project for the 2017 ASURA annual meeting.

Contributors
Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2017-04-01

Selected clips from the Video History Project for the 2018 ASURA annual meeting.

Contributors
Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2018-03-15

Selected clips from the Video History Project for the 2019 ASURA annual meeting.

Contributors
Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2019-04-01

Charles Allen graduated from ASU in 1960; worked at KAET for four years; moved to Allentown PA; worked in Hollywood for 14 years; returned to KAET in 1980; and retired in 1995 as the third Director of KAET. His interview is divided into three videos: Early Years, ASC/U Years, and KAET Years. There are stories about the name change, the Tempe campus (size and faculty), Kay Gammage and Al Michaels. There are ten Hollywood stories many involving well know Hollywood personages. As Program Director of KAET, Allen recounts two memorable programs: the Supreme Court nomination hearings for Sandra Day O’Conner …

Contributors
Ellis, Robert, Arizona State University Retirees Association
Created Date
2012-02-02