The Ball State University Faculty Oral Histories collection provides access to audio recordings and transcripts of 27 interviews with retired Ball State faculty and administrators regarding their experiences at and the history of Ball State University.
The interviews were conducted in the 2000's by Warren Vander Hill, Emeritus Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs/Professor of History and University Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies. Subjects interviewed included former faculty, staff, and administrators who had retired from Ball State in the late 1990s and 2000s. The interviews cover the history of Ball State University from the 1960s to the 2000s, and the subjects interviewed discuss their own experiences at Ball State University as well as their observations on the growth and development of the institution.
Interviews in this collection are available both as digitized audio recordings and typed transcripts. Transcripts in the collection are full-text searchable.
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