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Interview with Herbert Stoutenburg
(Oakland University, 1998-02-07)
Interview with Herbert Stoutenburg who held a number of positions at MSUO between 1959 and 1971: Director of Admissions, Registrar, Assistant to the Chancellor, Dean of Students, Assistant President for Administration.
Interview with Loren Pope
(Oakland University, 1998-03-20)
Interview with Loren Pope(formely Education Editor at the New York Times) Assistant to the Chancellor and Director of University Relations from 1959-1964.
MSUO to OU: Reversion to the Norm
(Oakland University, 2007-10-01)
In the following record of an informal conversation held in May 2007, three early faculty members recall the beginnings of OU—called MSUO then—and the seemingly inevitable changes that occurred over time.
The Oakland University Chronicles
(Oakland University, 2000-04-01)
The Oakland University Chronicles are a set of oral histories about the beginnings of Oakland University. The Chronicles focus mainly on the years 1957–1963, before the graduation of the first class.
The Matilda Wilson College Proposal of December 1956: The First Curricular Source for Oakland University
(Oakland University, 2003-10-01)
In November 1956, Matilda Dodge Wilson and Alfred Wilson decided to donate their Meadow Brook Farms estate and $2 million to the state of Michigan for the purpose of founding an educational institution. One month later, ...