The Indiana University Bicentennial Oral History Project has been collecting alumni stories since 2008 and expanded to stories from alumni, faculty, and staff at all Indiana University campuses in 2016. The mission of this project is to record, preserve, and make available to future generations the memories and experiences of IU alumni, faculty, and staff university-wide. This online exhibition highlights some of the diverse voices and memories from the collection of over 1,500 interviews. To access more oral histories, visit the project website at: oralhistory.iu.edu
Gloria Randle Scott
B.S. in Zoology, 1956; Ph.D. in Higher Education, 1965, IU Bloomington. (Please note that Dr. Randle’s interview was one of the first conducted for the project in 2009, and the recording equipment at the time resulted in poor audio quality.)
Read the full transcript (PDF) of Gloria Randle Scott's oral history interview.
B.S. in Marketing, 1965; M.B.A. in Organization Behavior, 1968. Staff member in Physical Plant, Manager of Construction Contracts with the Architect’s Office; served as Athletic Director, Vice President, and Chief Administration Officer. 43 years of employment at IU.
Read the full interview (PDF) of Terry Clapacs' oral history interview.
Are you an alumni, faculty, or staff member who wants to share your story? Do you want to learn more about the project? Email the director of the project, Kristin Leaman, to learn more! firstname.lastname@example.org