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Crowder, Troy

Abstract Troy Crowder received his undergraduate degree in journalism with a minor in education from the University of South Dakota. He received his masters degree in journalism from the University of Iowa. He began his college/university career serving in university relations at various college/universities across the nation. He came to ASU in 1970 and remained here until he retirement in 1986. He talks about many things in this interview, but almost always refers, in some sense, to the financial difficulties of running the University.
Table of Contents Personal Background Information @ 00:01:00
Move to Arizona @ 00:13:00
a. First impressions of ASU @ 00:19:17
b. Struggles of being treated on an equal basis with the UofA @ 00:27:20
c. ASU as a party school @ 00:28:18
Work with Public Figures and the Legislature @ 00:33:50
a. Barry Goldwater @ 00:33:50
b. Sandra Day O'Connor @ 00:45:20
Personal Recollections @ 00:52:00
a. Proudest moments with the University @ 00:52:00
b. Overview of the three Presidents he served (Schwada, Nelson) @ 00:53:37
c. Continued growth for ASU @ 01:02:28
Worst Moments at ASU @ 01:04:29
a. Frank Kush @ 01:09:00
Advice to Young People @ 01:15:16
Created Date 2003-10-22
Contributor Stevenson, Pam (Interviewer) / Agave Productions (Contractor) / Arizona State University Retirees Association (Producer)
Subject Conflicts Promoting ASU / UofA / People / Goldwater, Barry / Schwada, John W. / Nelson, J. Russell
Series Administration, President's Office, Position, Director, University Relations
Type Moving Image
Extent 80 minutes
Language English
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Citation Crowder, Troy. Interview. 22 Oct. 2003. ASURA Video History Project. © Arizona Board of Regents.
Note Pam Stevenson, Editor; Manny Garcia, Videographer; June Payne, Chair Video History Project.
Note Abstract and Table of Contents added by Pat Schneider
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  Troy Crowder interview, 2003
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