Reflections in Time: Interview with Hugh Cowdin, 2000

In January of 2000, Hugh Cowdin, University of Nebraska at OmahaProfessor (1968-1995) of Journalism,was interviewed by Jack Newton for Reflections in Time. Professor Hugh Cowdin was born in Milwaukee, WI. He received his B.A.(1953) and M.A. (1960) from Marquette University and his Ph.D. (1968) from the University of Iowa. He was the first department chair of the newly formed Department of Communication in 1975. He was president of the faculty senate (1985-86) and was awarded the Lifetime Achievement award from the UNO School of Communication in 2014. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/EFPU5UUm-PU., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:59:03
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Abstract/Description: In January of 2000, Hugh Cowdin, University of Nebraska at OmahaProfessor (1968-1995) of Journalism,was interviewed by Jack Newton for Reflections in Time. Professor Hugh Cowdin was born in Milwaukee, WI. He received his B.A.(1953) and M.A. (1960) from Marquette University and his Ph.D. (1968) from the University of Iowa. He was the first department chair of the newly formed Department of Communication in 1975. He was president of the faculty senate (1985-86) and was awarded the Lifetime Achievement award from the UNO School of Communication in 2014. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/EFPU5UUm-PU.
Subject(s): Cowdin, Hugh P.
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Interviews
Date Created: 2000

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