Michael DeWilde interview (2 of 2, video and transcript)

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Michael DeWilde interview (2 of 2, video and transcript)

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Interview with Michael DeWilde by Barbara Roos, documenting the history of Grand Valley State's William James College. William James College was the third baccalaureate degree granting college for Grand Valley. It was originally designed to be an interdisciplinary, non-departmentalized college consisting of concentration programs, rather than majors. The college opened in 1971 and was discontinued in 1983 during a reorganization of Grand Valley State. Michael DeWilde was a philosophy student of William James College who went on to become a longtime professor at Grand Valley State University and the Director of the Koeze Business Ethics Initiative in the Seidman College of Business. In this interview, Michael discusses how the spirit of William James College diminished over time and how the "tenor of the times" affected alternative education during that period in Grand Valley history. This interview is part 2 of 2 for Michael DeWilde.

Date

1984

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Grand Valley State University. University Libraries. Special Collections & University Archives

Contributor

Roos, Barbara (Interviewer)

Identifier

GV016-16_GVSU_43b_DeWilde

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video/mp4
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Type

Moving Image
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Language

eng

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DeWilde, Michael, “Michael DeWilde interview (2 of 2, video and transcript),” Digital Collections, accessed December 6, 2021, https://digitalcollections.library.gvsu.edu/document/45287.
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