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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:

You and Your Community #202 and #203, 1993 - 1993

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Identifier: TMSC U-142
Scope and Contents You and Your Community is a Vietnamese language program in which leaders in the Southern California Vietnamese community speak about various issues with the Vietnamese-American community. In Episode #202, Hanh Ngoc interviews The Ngu Tran, Vice President of the Vietnamese Center of Southern California. They discuss activities for Vietnamese youth in the United States and education issues for Vietnamese-American youth. In Episode #203, Ngoc Suong interviews Chau Tri Le, a Real Estate...
Dates: 1993 - 1993

You Can Make a Difference #103 and #104, 1992 - 1993

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Identifier: TMSC U-93
Scope and Contents

In Episode #103, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Leo Song, who was in charge of the CSUF Greenhouse. They discuss the history of the CSUF Greenhouses and the Greenhouse's specialty in carnivorous plants. In Episode #104, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Betty Robertson, an active member of the CSUF and Fullerton community. They discuss Robertson's active community engagement, programs that she has created, and her work with continuing/extended education.

Dates: 1992 - 1993

You Can Make a Difference #105 and #106, 1992 - 1992

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Identifier: TMSC U-94
Scope and Contents In Episode #105, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Martieal Willer, CSUF Publications Director in the Office of Extended Education. Willer discusses going back to school at a later age, her work as a journalist, and time management as a continuing education student. In Episode #106, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Manuel Ortega, who was Chief of Police for the City of Placentia at the time. They discuss Chief Ortega's commitment to serving the youth through programs such as D.A.R.E., Ayuda, TAPS, and...
Dates: 1992 - 1992

You Can Make a Difference #107 and #108, 1992 - 1992

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Identifier: TMSC U-95
Scope and Contents

In Episode 107, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Dr. Paul Foote, an Accounting Professor at CSUF. He discusses his computer-oriented teaching approach and highlights career options with an Accounting major. In Episode 108, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Bill Gray, a Comcast Local Programming Manager who assisted with the expansion of the Titan TV channel. He discusses cable television, cable fees, pay per view television, and legislation regarding cable systems.

Dates: 1992 - 1992

You Can Make a Difference: Barbara McDowell Part 1

 Item — Cassette box Duplicate - 2: Series Series 2
Identifier: TMSC V-113
Contents

In this episode, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Barbara McDowell. At the time of the taping, McDowell served as the Director of the Adult Re-entry Center and Women's Center. She discusses the similarities and differences of these two centers. She answers questions regarding gender issues and issues facing re-entry students. She also discusses her campus program, Profiles of Contemporary Women.

Dates: 1978 - 2001

You Can Make a Difference: Bill Costen

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Identifier: TMSC V-112
Contents

In this episode, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Bill Costen. Costen is a former YMCA director, former Peace Corps director, and active community member. He discusses the Continuing Learning Experience (CLE) program. CLE supports continuing education for senior learners. He also discusses the significance of fund raising for the organization.

Dates: 1978 - 2001

You Can Make a Difference: Nancy Benson

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Identifier: TMSC V-109
Contents

In this episode, Dr. Lee Bentley interviews Nancy Benson. At the time of the taping, Nancy served as the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs in the School of the Arts and Human Development Community Service. Nancy discusses her journey as a re-entry student. She discusses the importance of mentors for students.

Dates: 1978 - 2001

You Can Make a Difference/Profiles of Contemporary Women, 1992 - 1993

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Identifier: TMSC U-89
Scope and Contents In Program #1, "You Can Make a Difference," Dr. Lee Bentley and Dr. Roger Nanes, Physics professor, discuss modern physics and the teaching of physics. In Program #2, "You Can Make a Difference," Dr. Lee Bentley and Dr. Judith Ramirez, Chair of the Child Development Department, discuss the progression of the Child Development Department, the career opportunities that the discipline offers, and the need to devote more resources to children and families. In Program #3, "Profiles of...
Dates: 1992 - 1993