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Brown, Brent


Abstract Brent Brown, a faculty member of the School of Public Programs, served for many years as ASU's chief lobbyist. The interview covered a number of topics including: working to get ASU to be viewed as a player at the Legislature and Board of Regents, planning for West Campus, Downtown Campus, and Polytechnic Campus, the arrival of the NFL and becoming a Research 1 University.
Table of Contents 1. Early Years - 0:53
2. Early Years at ASU - 2:40
3. Becoming Lobbyist - 7:00
4. Fighting UoA Dominance in Legislature & Board of Regents - 8:24
5. Birth of ASU West Campus - 15:05
6. Becoming Research 1 University - 28:35
7. Cardinal's Move to Sun Devil Stadium - 31:48
8. Start of Downtown Campus - 41:40
9. Start of ASU East (Polytechnic) Campus - 44:15
10. Super Bowl in Sun Devil Stadium - 47:00
11. Funding Engineering Excellence - 51:00
Created Date 2003-11-24
Contributor Stevenson, Pam (Interviewer) / Arizona State University Retirees Association (Producer)
Subject Campuses / West / Downtown / Polytechnic / Conflicts Promoting ASU / Memorable Events / Super Bowl / Research
Series Administration, Public Affairs, Position, Vice President
Type Moving Image
Extent 61 minutes
Language English
Copyright
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Citation Brown, Brent. Interview. 24 Nov. 2003. ASURA Video History Project. © Arizona Board of Regents. https://repository.asu.edu/items/38866
Note Pam Stevenson, Editor; Manny Garcia, Videographer; June Payne, Chair Video History Project.
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  Brent Brown interview, 2003
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