The Rise of Alpha Dog Oral History Project

2020-06-04-2020-06-26
University Archives #UA95-18
Creator(s)
Leggett, Donald Y.; Wells, Scott; Parrott, Don; Eakin, Richard R. (Richard Ronald), 1938-; Hardy, Virginia; Ballard, Steven; Arnold, Gerald; Bunting, Michael; Davenport, Mollie; Carraway, Shirley; Leach, Terzell Vonta
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1.14 Gigabytes
Preferred Citation
[Item Description and date]. The Rise of Alpha Dog Oral History Project. UA95-18. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
Repository
East Carolina University Archives
Access
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These oral history interviews were conducted by Donald Y. Leggett in June 2020 as his final project of employment in the Chancellor's Office. They center around people's impressions of how East Carolina has filled underdog and alpha dog roles over time.


Scope and arrangement

These oral history interviews were conducted by Donald Y. Leggett in June 2020 as his final project of employment in the Chancellor's Office. They center around people's impressions of how East Carolina has filled underdog and alpha dog roles over time.


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This collection is a part of the Oral History Collection.


Key terms
Corporate Names
East Carolina University--Administration
East Carolina University--Employees
East Carolina University--History
East Carolina University--Presidents
Topical
Universities and colleges--North Carolina--Greenville