Browse Interviews (5 total)

Fred Brizendine is a EKU faculty member. He taught Social Science upon his arrival in 1963. In this interview, he discussed his early life, going into the Air Force and his education at Vanderbilt and Western Kentucky State College. He discussed his early positions before coming to EKU.

Clyde Lewis was a EKU faculty, a World War II veteran, and an EKU Alum. In this interview, Lewis recalls his early education and Great Depression memories. He also shares his memories of campus life and the instructors he had while attending EKU.

This is part five of a five part series with George W. Robinson. In this interview, Robinson continues his discussion over history department changes. He discusses the tension between Central University College and the College of Arts and Sciences. Robinson also comments on the masters program, student recruitment, and the changes made to EKU in…

Dr. Anne Brooks was born in Roxbury, North Carolina. In this interview Dr. Brooks discusses her first teaching job in Florida. After two years of teaching she became a Methodist missionary to Japan, where she taught English. She discusses her experiences as an American in Japan and the role women play in society. Dr. Brooks discusses EKU at length…

James Chenault is a native of Madison County, KY. He attended EKU and discusses campus life, instructors and his military experience with the US Navy. He also discusses law school at the University of Kentucky and his career of being an attorney and Circuit Court Judge. He also comments on his continued involvement with EKU.
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