DescriptionThis is part three of a five part series with George W. Robinson. In this interview Robinson continues his discussion on college teaching. He is hired at Washburn University. Robinson left Washburn and returned to Wisconsin for classes. He discusses a position he accepted the summer of 1953 with the University of Maryland Overseas Program. He states he taught classes to officers and enlisted men at bases in Greenland. He is interviewed by EKU and accepts the job with the history department.