Yael V. Greenburg
William H. Scheuerle, retired professor and former Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs at the University of South Florida, discusses the university as it was in 1964. He talks about the College of Arts and Sciences in the mid-1960s and the campus atmosphere in relation to race, social communities, and politics. Dr. Scheuerle also discusses the instances of the American Association of University Professors and Johns Committee observing the university. He ends the interview by speaking about the progress of USF over the years.
Oral history, Online audio
University of South Florida
Oral histories; Online audio
Distortion in this audio file impacts listenability.
Scheuerle, William H., "William Scheuerle Oral History Interview" (2003). USF 50th (2006) Anniversary Oral History Project. 120.