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Schabacker, Joseph

Abstract Joe Schabacker came to ASU in 1963 after being at the University of Wisconsin and UCLA. When he came to ASU, he was chair of the Management Department in the College of Business. Two years later he became the Vice President for Special Services at ASU. He was well known for his achievements in gymnastics. He was an administrator, professor, writer, management consultant and public speaker. He served as Colonel in the Marine Corps Reserve for 33 years. He provided valuable guidance in the establishment of ASU West. One of the highlights of his career was when he was asked by President Durham at the last minute to speak to a large crowd of people who had come to ASU to hear Barry Goldwater (but Goldwater's plane was delayed) Joe t... (more)
Table of Contents INTEREST IN GYMNASTICS @ 00:02:40
a. Education and military service @ 00:08:07
b. Temple University, University of Wisconsin, UCLA @ 00:10:52
a. Size of ASU when he arrived @ 00:12:35
b. Appointment as VP for Special Services @ 00:13:15
c. Gilbert Cady – VP for Business Affairs @ 00:17:01
d. Sought after speaker @ 00:18:45
e. Being a substitute speaker for Barry Goldwater @ 00:19:56
f. Why he chose to come to ASU @ 00:21:48
a. Role in the development of ASU West @ 00:28:40
b. Gammage Auditorium / Frank Lloyd Wright / Eugene Ormandy @ 00:31:08
c. G. Homer Durham leaving ASU @ 00:33:17
d. Society for the Advancement of Management @ 00:33:50
e. Clyde Smith / ASU athletics / Impact of Title 9 on gymnasti... (more)
Created Date 2010-01-15
Contributor Gooding, Elmer (Interviewer) / Arizona State University Retirees Association (Producer)
Subject Campuses / West / Buildings / Gammage Auditorium / People / Smith, Clyde / Cady, Gilbert / Memorable Events / Campus Protests
Series Faculty, Business, Position, Vice President
Type Moving Image
Extent 57 minutes
Language English
Reuse Permissions All Rights Reserved
Citation Schabacker, Joseph. Interview. 15 Jan. 2010. ASURA Video History Project (c) Arizona Board of Regents.
Note Elmer Gooding, Editor; John McIntosh, Video; Linda Van Scoy, Chair Video History Project.
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  Joe Schabacker interview, 2010
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