Collection MAR1020 - Rosenstiel School Oral History Project

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MAR1020

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Rosenstiel School Oral History Project

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  • 1988-2005 (Creation)

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43 Items

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The Rosenstiel School History Committee, chaired by Dr. Robert N. Ginsburg, began producing an oral history of the Rosenstiel School in 1988 with a recorded conversation with the founder and first Dean, F. G. Walton Smith. Almost thirty senior scientific and technical staff members were interviewed on audio cassette tapes, and the tapes were transcribed by Elosie Zakevich and Jean Yehle, of RSMAS.

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Recorded interviews and transcripts of Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science Faculty and others discussing the school's history and it's future.

The Rosenstiel School History Committee, chaired by Dr. Robert N. Ginsburg, began producing an oral history of the Rosenstiel School in 1988 with a recorded conversation with the founder and first Dean, F. G. Walton Smith. Almost thirty senior scientific and technical staff members were interviewed on audio cassette tapes, and the tapes were transcribed by Elosie Zakevich and Jean Yehle, of RSMAS.

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This collection is open for research.

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  • English

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