Reflections in Time: Interview with John Newton, 1985

On July 17, 1985, John Newton, University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor (1960-1999) of Psychology and Dean (1974-1994) of Arts & Sciences, was interviewed by Paul Borge for Reflections in Time. Professor John Newton (1929-2011) received a B.S. (1951) from Union College in Schenectady, New York, and an M.S. (1952) and Ph.D. (1955) from Ohio State University. Newton came to UNO in 1960 from the Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics Corporation at Groton, CT. While UNO Dean of Arts & Sciences, Professor Newton was instrumental in the development of a Ph.D. program in Psychology, the UNO International Studies Program, and the UNO College of Information Sciences & Technology. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/zxckTUi5_Xc, UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 01:02:13
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Abstract/Description: On July 17, 1985, John Newton, University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor (1960-1999) of Psychology and Dean (1974-1994) of Arts & Sciences, was interviewed by Paul Borge for Reflections in Time. Professor John Newton (1929-2011) received a B.S. (1951) from Union College in Schenectady, New York, and an M.S. (1952) and Ph.D. (1955) from Ohio State University. Newton came to UNO in 1960 from the Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics Corporation at Groton, CT. While UNO Dean of Arts & Sciences, Professor Newton was instrumental in the development of a Ph.D. program in Psychology, the UNO International Studies Program, and the UNO College of Information Sciences & Technology. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/zxckTUi5_Xc
Subject(s): Interviews
Newton, John Milton
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Date Created: 1985

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