Reflections in Time: Interview with Otto Bauer, 2004

In January of 2004 Otto Bauer (1931-2013), University of Nebraska at Omaha Vice Chancellor (1979~1994) of Academic Affairs and Professor (1994-2000) of Speech Communication, was interviewed by UNO Chancellor (1977-1997) Emeritus Del Weber for Reflections in Time. Professor Otto Bauer was born in Elgin, Illinois,and received his B.A., MA., and Ph.D. from the Northwestern University School of Communication. He was the University of California Berkeley Acting Dean of Student Affairs in during the campus riots of 1969. He published several books on debate and education. As UNO vice-chancellor, he conferred degrees to more than 50,000 students in over 100 graduation ceremonies.. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/LyYBmxX_JSE, UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:57:04
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Abstract/Description: In January of 2004 Otto Bauer (1931-2013), University of Nebraska at Omaha Vice Chancellor (1979~1994) of Academic Affairs and Professor (1994-2000) of Speech Communication, was interviewed by UNO Chancellor (1977-1997) Emeritus Del Weber for Reflections in Time. Professor Otto Bauer was born in Elgin, Illinois,and received his B.A., MA., and Ph.D. from the Northwestern University School of Communication. He was the University of California Berkeley Acting Dean of Student Affairs in during the campus riots of 1969. He published several books on debate and education. As UNO vice-chancellor, he conferred degrees to more than 50,000 students in over 100 graduation ceremonies.. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/LyYBmxX_JSE
Subject(s): Bauer, Otto Frank
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Interviews
Date Created: 2004

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