Search for tag: "alumni"

Innovation in Neurosurgery

Innovation in Neurosurgery by Dr. Richard Byrne

From  Aurora Cruz Torres on 10/25/2019 1 plays 0  

Past, Present and Future of Medical Education

Past, Present, and Future of Medical Education by Dr. Holly Rosencranz, Microbiology '78

From  Aurora Cruz Torres on 10/25/2019 5 plays 0  

Role of Allied Health Professionals in Medicine

Role of Allied Health Professionals in Medicine by Kristine Burgess, PA, MCB '07

From  Aurora Cruz Torres on 10/25/2019 1 plays 0  

MCB Pre-Health and Professional Mentorship Program

Dr. Richard Berkowitz introduces the MCB Pre-Health and Professional Mentorship program

From  Aurora Cruz Torres on 10/25/2019 4 plays 0  

Counseling Center Paraprofessional Program - 40th Anniversary Video (Created by CCPs)

In 2018, the Counseling Center Paraprofessional (CCP) Program celebrated 40 years; in honor of the milestone, our current Paraprofessionals created a short video highlighting what the program has…

From  Jeffrey Graham on 08/28/2019 2 plays 0  

Wanmin Wu Oral History

Women in Computing and Information Technology Oral History Project, 2017-18, 35/3/96 Born in Chengdu, Sichuan province, China, Wanmin Wu received her bachelor’s degree from Jiujang University…

From  University Archives on 03/26/2018 60 plays 0  

Debbie Fligor Oral History

Women in Computing and Information Technology Oral History Project, 2017-18, 35/3/96 Raised in Carbondale, Illinois, Debbie Fligor received her bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering…

From  University Archives on 03/26/2018 34 plays 0  

Leslie A. Bryan Oral History

Leslie Aulls Bryan was the Director of the Institute of Aviation at the University of Illinois from 1946 to 1968. In this interview, he discusses the Institute of Aviation, the development of the…

From  Tara Chattoraj on 01/15/2018 5 plays 0  

Making the Transition to Modern Performance Management

LER alumnus Andrew Bartlow, and CHRO/VP of Human Resources at Waypoint Homes will host a conversation regarding the transition to modern performance management. He will be joined by Meredith Silipo,…

From  Katherine Eriksen on 12/6/2017 43 plays 0  

0-700 in 3 years: A Peek into The People Function in a Hyper Growth Start Up.

Gentzy Franz, MHRIR 05, PhD 14, is the Director of Organizational Development at Uptake in Chicago. He will talk about staffing and development in a fast-growing startup. He also teaches Motivation…

From  Katherine Eriksen on 10/18/2017 19 plays 0  

Ramona Borders Oral History (Part 2)

Women in Computing and Information Technology Oral History Project, 2017-18, 35/3/96 Born and raised in Decatur, Illinois, Ramona (Russell) Pogue Borders received her bachelor of science degree in…

From  University Archives on 10/10/2017 15 plays 0  

Ramona Borders Oral History (Part 1)

Women in Computing and Information Technology Oral History Project, 2017-18, 35/3/96 Born and raised in Decatur, Illinois, Ramona (Russell) Pogue Borders received her bachelor of science degree in…

From  University Archives on 10/10/2017 40 plays 0  

Quad Day Alumni & Administrator Oral History

A group of men who were students and administrators in the late 1960s and early 1970s recall violence and political turmoil surrounding the Vietnam War, the assassination of Martin Luther…

From  University Archives on 07/20/2017 499 plays 0  

Fred Turner WILL Interview

In this 1967 interview with WILL reporter Jennifer Johnson, Fred Turner talked about his first years working for longtime Dean of Men, Thomas Arkle Clark culminating with his replacement of Clark…

From  University Archives on 07/20/2017 9 plays 0  

Fred Turner Illini Centennial Program Interview

Fred Turner had a fifty year career at the University of Illinois. He began in 1918 as a student and retired in 1968 as the Dean of Students. He talks about his career and the people he worked…

From  University Archives on 07/20/2017 11 plays 0  

Fred Turner Daily Illini Interview

In this 1975 interview with Daily Illini reporter, Greg Miller, Fred Turner discusses Thomas Arkle Clark's personal style of managing students, as well as how this approach changed during…

From  University Archives on 07/20/2017 9 plays 0  

Loren Tate Oral History

Loren Tate played basketball for Illinois as a college student. Later, Loren was a lifelong sports journalist with the News-Gazette. Loren discusses his memories and impressions of the…

From  University Archives on 07/17/2017 36 plays 0  

David Bechtel and Hugh Satterlee Oral History

David Bechtel was a student at University of Illinois during the early 1960s and eventually became an assistant dean in charge of men's residences in 1969 before he moved to the undergraduate…

From  University Archives on 07/7/2017 64 plays 0  

Willard Broom Oral History

Willard Broom attended the University of Illinois in the late 1960s. At first, Willard was oblivious to political activity on campus; but he has memories of escalating tension and…

From  University Archives on 07/7/2017 35 plays 0  

Clyde Helm Oral History

Clyde Helm was a member of the Class of 1937. He earned a State Legislative Scholarship and took a degree in General Business. Clyde worked as a janitor at night, and attended to…

From  University Archives on 07/7/2017 8 plays 0  

Stan Rankin Oral History

Stan Rankin, a lifelong resident of the Champaign area, attended the University of Illinois during the 1950s. He describes his years in Champaign as a grade school boy during the World War II era…

From  University Archives on 06/29/2017 46 plays 0  

Katie Harper Wright Oral History

Katie Harper Wright came to the University of Illinois at age 16 and enrolled in the school of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS). She experienced formal segregation at the university and was forced…

From  University Archives on 06/29/2017 51 plays 0  

Joe Kraus Oral History

Joe Kraus came to the UI Library School in fall of 1938, but his education was suspended after Pearl Harbor in late 1941. After being drafted, he served as a teacher in the Officer Candidate…

From  University Archives on 06/29/2017 16 plays 0  

Jean Maury Oral History

Jean Hurt Maury came to Illinois in 1942 and worked for the Daily Illini as an editor during the war when it briefly had an all-female managing staff. She witnessed the tremendous involvement…

From  University Archives on 06/29/2017 9 plays 0