Florida Future #14 - James L. Wattenbarger and Junior Colleges

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Material Information

Title:
Florida Future #14 - James L. Wattenbarger and Junior Colleges
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Creator:
Wattenbarger, James
Donor:
WRUF ( donor )
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Wattenbarger, James L.
University of Florida.   ( lcsh )
Connor, Herschel
Detweiler, Jack
Altrusa Club of Gainesville
Radio Center
College of of Education
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- United States of America -- Florida

Notes

Abstract:
Herschel Connor announces the program by posing several questions about junior colleges in the state of Florida and then states that the program is produced by Radio Center in cooperation with the Altrusa Club of Gainesville. Jack Detweiler interviews guest, James L. Wattenbarger, from the College of Education, who was a leader in Florida's effort to create a system of junior colleges. The program probably took place in 1967. Detweiler asked his guest a series of pertinent questions related to the growth of junior colleges in the state such as why so many students choose to attend junior colleges, will there be an end to four year universities, how are the occupational programs faring, and what is the most important thing for people to know about junior colleges in the next ten years. The growth of junior colleges is the most significant thing in the interview. Beginning in 1957, enrollment grew from about six thousand students at four colleges to twenty-six junior colleges and a hundred thousand students in 1967.
General Note:
Source Reel #: WRUF 25 Originally recorded on reel to reel tape at 7.5 ips Digitally reformatted on February 2008
General Note:
Length: 0:14:21. Speed: 7.5. Quality: Fair

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida Archives
Rights Management:
All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
System ID:
UF00081910:00001