Flashback Fridays: Non-Traditional Students- GSU's Legacy of Serving Non-Traditional Students - Stories of Student Engagement and Consequences

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Flashback Fridays: Non-Traditional Students- GSU's Legacy of Serving Non-Traditional Students - Stories of Student Engagement and Consequences

Author/Producer

50th Anniversary Committee

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Production Date

3-6-2019

Series

GSU Anniversaries and Historical Documents

Length

1 hour 20 minutes including introductions and discussion.

Program Description

Panelists: Dr. Larry McClellan, Professor Emeritus, Dr. David Curtis, Professor Emeritus, and Dr. Ellen Silver-Horrell, Lecturer, College of Education and GSU Alumnus.

The innovative educational design, philosophy, curriculum, and faculty and students of Governors State University early years from September 1971-1979 were reviewed through the narratives of experiences of founding faculty members and an alumnus.

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Flashback Fridays, 50th Anniversary

Notes

Special thanks to Professor Lydia Morrow Ruetten, former Dean, University Library, Dr. Larry McClellan, Professor Emeritus, and Dr. Laura Mannion, Director of Institutional Advancement, Professor Paul Blobaum, GSU Archivist, Josh Young, Director of Digital Learning and Media Design, and the DLMD Team for their unwaivering support of the Flashback Fridays project.

Flashback Fridays: Non-Traditional Students- GSU's Legacy of Serving Non-Traditional Students - Stories of Student Engagement and Consequences

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