Interview of Richard Armitage by Richard Kipling Patterson

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dc.contributor Patterson, Richard Kipling en
dc.coverage.temporal 1930-2002 en
dc.creator Armitage, Richard, 1918- en
dc.date.accessioned 2005-06-27T14:14:09Z
dc.date.available 2005-06-27T14:14:09Z
dc.date.created 2002-05-28
dc.date.issued 2005
dc.identifier SPEC.RG.40.228 en
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1811/456
dc.description W.S. Hendricks: chair of Romance Language (pp. 4, 6, 24 ) -- Mrs. R. Armitage: in OSU administration (p. 5 ) -- C.E. Anibal: Spanish professor (p. 6) -- Arch Havens: French professor (p. 6 ) -- Alexander Shotsky: French professor (p. 6) -- Olin Moore: Italian professor (p. 6 ) -- Bill Guthrie: V.P. Student Affairs (p. 7 ) -- Alice Moran: Office Manager of Graduate School (pp. 10, 14) -- Dean Paul Hudson: Dean of Graduate School (p. 11) -- Everett Walters: Assistant Dean, Graduate School (p. 11, 39) en
dc.description.abstract Dr. Armitage carried papers as a boy during the Great Depression to help support the family. In High School, he was a member of the Debate Team, and majored in Spanish at Oberlin. He continued graduate work at Ohio State University. Dr. Armitage was appointed Acting Assistant Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in 1955. He describes the teaching of Spanish at the Lazarus store and for a daily language program on WOSU. The Anvil and Bellows Club, Faculty Club and the Graduate School (especially Alice Moran) were discussed. Rose Bowl issues in the 1950’s are described in detail. The Speaker’s Rule in the 1950’s caused some faculty to be disappointed in the University administrations. The conflict between Jack Fuller and Woody Hayes and then the actions that lead to Woody being fired are recalled. His experiences as University Ombudsman are summarized. This had a discussion on University athletics. Dr. Armitage’s last administrative position was Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of San Diego, California. The interview includes many of the conflicts within and between the alumni and faculty. The Faculty Club is described in a very positive light. en
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dc.publisher Ohio State University Archives en
dc.relation.isformatof 2 audio tapes available in the University Archives en
dc.relation.ispartofseries Ohio State University. University Archives Oral History Program. Ohio State University Oral History Project en
dc.subject faculty / alumni conflicts en
dc.subject student affairs en
dc.subject Speaker's Rule en
dc.subject faculty governance en
dc.subject.lcsh Universities and colleges -- Faculty -- Ohio en
dc.subject.lcsh Armitage, Richard, 1918- -- Interviews en
dc.subject.lcsh Ohio State University -- History -- Sources en
dc.subject.lcsh Ohio State University -- History -- Sources en
dc.subject.other OSU faculty, tenure, retention en
dc.subject.other OSU Faculty and Administration Relations en
dc.title Interview of Richard Armitage by Richard Kipling Patterson en
dc.type Transcript en