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University of Wisconsin--Madison Archives Oral History Program

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U.S. Forest Products Lab centennial oral history project( )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection includes digital audio recorded interviews with 52 current and former employees of the U.S. Forest Products Laboratory located in Madison, Wisconsin. The interviews were conducted as part of an oral history project undertaken by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Oral History Program in cooperation with the Forest Products Laboratory, to document the Forest Products Laboratory's history in their work to promote healthy forest and forest-based economies through the efficient, sustainable use of our wood resources in Wisconsin and through the U.S. in preparation for the Laboratory's centennial anniversary in 2010
[Oral History Program interview with Kelly Paulus, 2000] by Kelly] [Paulus( Recording )

3 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[Kelly Paulus talks about her childhood and family, growing up in La Crosse, her early athletic interests, her high school basketball career, training, the college recruitment process, her decision to attend UW, her UW women's basketball career, coaches, team mates, memorable games, and her studies and potential career after UW.]
[Oral History Program interview with Eldon H. Newcomb, 1999] by Eldon H Newcomb( Recording )

3 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[Eldon Newcomb talks about his background and early interests in science including his high school and college in Missouri and involvement with Paul Burholder and Barbara McClintock. He discusses his army service. He goes on to talk about his arrival at UW and explains the Botany faculty conflicts. He recalls the hiring of Folke Skoog, the establishment of the Institute for Plant Physiology, various Botany faculty and chairmen as well as changes in the Botany Department over time. He mentions the student protests and the Sterling Hall bombing. He discusses his part in Biocore, as well as various courses he taught and students. On the subject of research he talks about grants and his research into plant metabolism, the discovery of microtubules, peroxisomes and nitrogen fixation. He talks about the beginnings of electron microscopy and the production of micrographs, his research trips to University of California-Berkeley, Harvard and Australia and citation classics. In closing he speaks on the current state of botany, Jane Goodall's visit to campus, honors and awards, and retirement.]
[Oral History Program interview with [Eric Rude, 1999] ] by Eric R Rude( Recording )

3 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[Background; Education and military service; Early career in Greece and with Atomic Energy Commission; Employment with National Academy of Science; Arrival at UW; UW Deans, chancellors and other colleagues; Research Committee; National Science Foundation; Research funding, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and the federal government; Effects of student protest movement; Deans Robert Alberty, John Willard and Robert Bock; Graduate School Research Committee; Sea Grant Advisory Committee; Advanced Opportunity Fellowship Committee; Classified research at UW; UW System Merger; National Academy of University Research Administration; National Council of University Research Administrators; National Conference on the Advancement of Research; Council of Graduate Schools; Educational Testing Services and the Graduate Record Exam.]
[Oral History Program interview with Andrew Underwood-Bultmann, 2001] by Andrew Underwood-Bultmann( Recording )

2 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Childhood and family; Musical education; Chadbourne Residential College; Diversity Mission Group; Steering Committee; William Cronon; Jennifer Gilbride-Brown; The Forum; Barnard Hall; Serving as House Fellow; Laura Armstrong; Sustainability of Chadbourne Residential College
[Oral History Program interview with Eric Brown, 2002] by Eric Brown( )

2 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Undergraduate education; Decision to attend UW-Madison; Economics department; Election as floor president and social coordinator in Witte Hall; Three years as a house fellow in Sellery Hall; Anti-war protests; Bombing of Sterling Hall
[Oral History Program interview with James J. Huberty, 2007] by James J Huberty( )

2 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Childhood and early education in Kiel, Wisconsin; family life; Catholic elementary school and public high school; growing interest in politics; enrollment at UW-Madison in the fall of 1967; academics, ROTC and campus life; growth of antiwar and other protest movements; increasing personal involvement in protests; collecting posters and flyers related to protest and cultural events; increasing campus tension and the bombing of Sterling Hall; declining participation in the protest movement; graduation in August 1971; service in a National Guard medical unit; graduate study at UW in Education; family and work life after leaving UW; using the collection of posters and other material in schools; the legacy of the Vietnam War years in American life
[Oral History Program interview with Herbert Eberhardt, 1985] by Herbert Eberhardt( )

2 editions published in 1985 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Childhood and education; Tuberculosis; Inheriting his father's business; Marriage and children; Business during the 1960s and 1970s; Effect of Sterling Hall bombing on downtown business; Student styles of hair and clothing; Student customers; Diversity of clientele; State Street businesses; Madison City Council; Closing remarks
[Oral History Program interview with Charles Quagliana, 2001] by Charles Quagliana( Recording )

2 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Education; Interest in architectural preservation; Wisconsin Capitol; Red Gym; Mary Rouse; Historic Structure Reports; Preservation and adaptive use; Chancellor Richard Wells of UW-Oshkosh; Historic value of UW buildings
[Oral History Program interview with [Helen Kayser, 1982] ] by Helen Kayser( Recording )

2 editions published in 1982 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[In her 1982 interview with Ruth Doyle, Helen Kayser talks about her years at the UW at the turn of the century, from 1910-1914. She talks about social activities, greek life, and her family. She also goes into detail about being a woman at the university and the dean of women at that time Louise Troxell.]
[Oral History Program interview with Paul Sondel, 2006] by Paul M Sondel( )

2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Childhood, family, and early life in the Milwaukee area; Public school education; Early influences and intellectual growth; Undergraduate career at UW; Academic and social life on campus in the 1960s; Work in lab of Fritz Bach; The student anti-war protest movement and the Sterling Hall bombing; Graduate credits at UW and early success as a scientist; Training at Harvard Medical School; Wife and family; Ph. D. research at UW in genetics; Clinical rotations, internships and residency; Hiring by UW in 1980; Early cancer research; Fundraising and grants; Advances in cancer research and transplant techniques; Balancing research and clinical practice; Changes in the culture of science; Teaching and university committee work; Medical school and department administration; Ties to the state of Wisconsin and the UW
[Oral History Program interview with Archibald O. Haller, 1997] : [excerpt] by Archibald O Haller( Recording )

2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Introductory statements -- Sociological theory -- His background -- Navy service -- Undergraduate education -- Graduate education at UW -- GI Bill -- Anthropology -- William Sewell -- Hans Gerth -- Rural Sociology Department -- Dissertation -- Post-doctoral research -- Fulbright grant to Brazil -- Employment at Michigan State University -- Otis Dudley Duncan -- Social stratification research -- Status allocation research -- Regional development in Brazil -- Former graduate students -- Political climate in Brazil -- Sterling Hall bombing -- Alejandro Portes -- Fulbright grants -- Decorations from Brazilian government -- Consulting work -- Rural Sociological Society
[Oral History Program interview with Emily E. Chapman, 1994] by Emily E Chapman( )

2 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Background--Housing--Home economics education--Democracy in classroom--Computer programming--Student uprisings--Bombing of Sterling Hall--Sexual harassment
[Oral History Program interview with H. Edwin Young, 1987] by Edwin Young( )

2 editions published in 1987 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bombing of Sterling Hall; Issues for police and administration during protest movement of late 1960s
[Oral History Program interview with Stanley L. Inhorn, 1996] by Stanley L Inhorn( Recording )

2 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[Undergraduate education; Medical school; Pathology internship at UW; Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene; Cytogenetic research; Lectureship in Department of Pathology; Alfred Evans; Responsibilities as director of State Laboratory; Memorable colleagues; Toxicology; Former Medical School deans; Center for Disease Control; Professional organizations; Important State Laboratory programs; William Stovall̕s cancer research; Chairmanship of Department of Pathology; Former chairs of Department of Preventative Medicine; Future of State Laboratory.]
[Oral History Program interview with Ken Mericle, 2004 by Kenneth S Mericle( Recording )

2 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Graduate school; Work at MIT; Hiring by UW; Family background; Academic interests; Teaching; Manufacturing sector; New industrial relations; Joint labor-management programs; Budget issues; Prospects for labor education; Milwaukee office; AFL-CIO; Faculty governance; Industrial Relations Research Institute; Students
[Oral History Program interview with Milton O. Pella, 1979] by Milton O Pella( Recording )

2 editions published in 1979 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[Background; Changes in faculty attitudes; Student admissions procedures; Wisconsin High School; Elementary Education program; ILS; Faculty personalities; Student teaching; Program for Indian science teachers; Retraining science teachers; Ford Foundation; DPI relations with Department of Curriculum and Instruction; Wisconsin Improvement Program; Center for Study of Scientific Literacy; Relationship of School of Education and L&S; School of Education reorganization; Creation and nature of Curriculum and Instruction; Student evaluation; UW attitude to international programs; Evaluation of Nigerian and Arab teaching programs.]
[Oral History Program interview with Fred Harvey Harrington, 1988 by Fred Harvey Harrington( )

2 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Issues for Harrington in the final years of his presidency--The student protest movement
[Oral History Program interview with Art Code, 2006] by Arthur D Code( )

2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Family background; Early education and scientific interests; University of Chicago; US Navy; Electronics; Yerkes Observatory; Thesis and dissertation research; University of Virginia; Photometry; Hiring by UW; Washburn Observatory; Teaching; Cal Tech; Research; Sputnik; Director of Washburn Observatory; UW Astronomy Department; Pine Bluff Observatory; Space program; Sterling Hall; Space Astronomy Laboratory; NASA; Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy; WIYN telescope; Hubble Space Telescope (HST); Wisconsin Ultraviolet Photo-Polarimeter Experiment (WUPPE); Graduate students; Future of astronomy; Astronomy Missions Board; Development of Hubble Space Telescope
[Oral History Program interview with Robert L. Clodius, 1978] by Robert L Clodius( Recording )

2 editions published in 1978 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Reasons for establishment of Green Bay and Parkside campuses--Enrollment projections--Westside campus proposal--University-industry research program--Rating of UW in 1965--WARF funding of the social sciences--His background, education, career--Reasons for accepting appointment at UW--The McCarthy era--Faculty meetings--Fred's presidency--Appointment of Clodius as associate dean of Graduate School--Developing international programs--Elvehjem as president--Fleming's and Sewell's chancellorships--Assistance to the fine arts--Dealings with WARF as vice president--The Kellett Commission--Governor Lucey--Development of UW-Milwaukee--Keeping WARF funds for Madison campus--Carl Bogholt's philosophy seminar for faculty and graduate students--Ferment in agricultural economics in the 1950s--Ray Penn's role in recruiting new people
 
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