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Earline Patterson Oral History

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“Earline Patterson Oral History,” Madison Historical, accessed June 28, 2022, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/2262.

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Description

This oral history interview with Ellen Nore-Nordhouser is part of a collection of oral histories conducted as part of a research project related to the 50th Anniversary of SIUE between 2005 and 2008.

Dr. Earline Patterson was the Director of Special Services at SIUE when this interview took place in July of 2006. In her interview, Patterson discusses her academic and employment background at several universities such as the University of Houston Clear Lake and Louis Clark Community College before coming to SIUE to work in Academic Advising. The interview focuses on the role diversity, and inclusion programs and disability services have on the student body as a whole as well as the impact they have on individual student success, but she also is careful to mention the impact that individual staff members can have on students as well as the community as a whole. The planned construction of the Academic/Student Success Center is discussed, and Patterson voices her belief about the positive impact she thinks it will have on student learning outcomes.

Subjects

  • education
  • community development
  • disabilities
  • SIUE

Contributor

  • Interviewer: Nore-Nordhauser, Ellen
  • Transcriber: Mason, Shannan
  • Auditor: Fink, Hannah

Date

June 12, 2006

Language

English

Type

  • Oral History

Format

  • mp3
  • pdf

Duration

  • 0:46:59

Interviewer

Nore-Nordhauser, Ellen

Interviewee

Patterson, Earline

Location

Edwardsville, Illinois

Bit Rate

101 kpbs

Coverage

  • Edwardsville, Illinois

Identifier

  • Patterson_Earline_O_001_Access.mp3
    Patterson_Earline_O_001_Audit.pdf
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