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Oral History Interview: Ann Wallace (0994)

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Researcher
Ryan, Becky
Respondent
Wallace, Ann
Date
May 2009
Subject(s)
Madison Academic Staff Association (MASA); sociology; University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Abstract: In her two May 2009 interviews with Becky Ryan, Ann Wallace details her 45+ years of service to the University of Wisconsin-Madison as part of its academic staff. She outlines her education in sociology and her early jobs at UW-Madison in the sociology department, which eventually led to a longer appointment in the School of Education. She then discusses her involvement in the growing movement to recognize and empower academic staff at UW, including chairing the PPPC, involvement in the mentorship program, and advocacy at the division level. She concludes with some observations about how academic staff can continue to improve their conditions at UW-Madison. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the UW-Madison Oral History Program. Key Words: University of Wisconsin-Madison; sociology; Madison Academic Staff Association (MASA); Joanne Elder; academic staff; Hayes/Hill, Inc. study (1986); Personnel Policies and Procedures Committee (PPPC) of the Academic Staff Assembly (ASA); Academic Staff Policies and Procedures (ASPP); indefinite appointment; classified staff; Academic Staff Professionals Representation Organization (ASPRO); unionization; John Palmer; Charles Read; Henry Trueba.
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