Rudner, Dr. M.J. (tape #13 side a)

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Description

Tape stock length: 90 min
Running Time: 22 min

Abstract

Dr. Rudner talks about how he came to be at WCSU and in charge of the graduate program. Dr. Rudner also talks about the operations and scope of the graduate program at WCSU as it stood in 1976
Label Contents: 10/13/1976

Date

1976

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Friel, Jack

Interviewee

Rudner, Dr. M. JacK

Duration

Running Time: 22 min

Time Summary

0-10 Min: Dean of Graduate studies and extension services, and prof of education; superintendent of New Milford and was an adjunct at WCSU before coming here full-time, 1966-1967; served three years as dean of administrative affairs; in charge of all graduate and part-time students; at the time a good roughly half of the student population under Dr. Rudner were graduate students;
10-20 Min: 1965 first year of a formalized graduate program; WCSU grad program at the time consisted mainly of night classes;
20-30 Min: West Side campus and how it related to the graduate program; recently received approval for a masters program in oceanography; graduate program does not receive any funding from the state. WCSU has to support the graduate and extension programs from the incoming tuition;

Citation

Friel, Jack -- interviewer. “Rudner, Dr. M.J. (tape #13 side a).” Jack Friel University History Collection, MS004. WCSU Archives, 9 July 2019. Accessed on the Web: 19 Nov. 2019.

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