Reflections in Time: Interview with Ronald Roskens,1985

On December 8, 1985, Ronald Roskens was interviewed by Paul Borge for Reflections in Time. Professor Roskens was Chancellor (1972-1977) of the University of Nebraska at Omaha and President (1977-1990) of the University of Nebraska System. A native of Spencer, IA, Ronald Roskens received B.A. & M.A. degrees from the University of Northern Iowa and a Ph.D. (1958) from the University of Iowa. Roskens came to UNO from Kent (OH) State University where he served as Professor (1959-1972) of Educational Administration and Executive Vice President for Administration. After leaving the presidency of the University of Nebraska, Professor Roskens served as head (1990-1992) of the United States Agency for International Development. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/d1HC4P4SqE0, UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 00:58:38
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Abstract/Description: On December 8, 1985, Ronald Roskens was interviewed by Paul Borge for Reflections in Time. Professor Roskens was Chancellor (1972-1977) of the University of Nebraska at Omaha and President (1977-1990) of the University of Nebraska System. A native of Spencer, IA, Ronald Roskens received B.A. & M.A. degrees from the University of Northern Iowa and a Ph.D. (1958) from the University of Iowa. Roskens came to UNO from Kent (OH) State University where he served as Professor (1959-1972) of Educational Administration and Executive Vice President for Administration. After leaving the presidency of the University of Nebraska, Professor Roskens served as head (1990-1992) of the United States Agency for International Development. This streaming video is also available at the UNO Libraries' YouTube site: https://youtu.be/d1HC4P4SqE0
Subject(s): Interviews
Roskens, Ronald William
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Date Created: 1985

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