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dc.date.accessioned2014-02-12T22:23:40Z
dc.date.available2014-02-12T22:23:40Z
dc.date.issued2009
dc.identifier.urihttp://digital.library.wisc.edu/1793/68248
dc.descriptionAbstract: In her two 2009 interviews with Charles Read and Marita Weiss, Virginia Hinshaw reviews her time at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, roughly for the 1980s and 1990s. She offers some background information on her development as a scientist and an administrator, but focuses on her roles as a virologist, a teacher, and a dean of the Graduate School. In connection with this, she discusses her ideas about good teaching, her knowledge of various departmental and administrative personalities, issues she dealt with as the Dean of the Graduate School, and why she made the transition to becoming Provost of UC-Davis and the Chancellor of the University of Hawaii. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the UW-Madison Oral History Program. Key Words: Auburn University; women in science; St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital; University of Wisconsin-Madison; Bernard Easterday; Tina Turner costume; Donna Shalala; research funding; teaching; women?s issues; influenza research; Howard Temin; David Ward; John Wiley; University of Hawaii; Wisconsin Idea seminar; Graduate School; primate lab; Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF); Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC); Association of American Universities (AAU); Council of Graduate Schools (CGS); University of California at Davis; Jamie Thompson; Joanne Berg.en
dc.subjectSt. Jude's Children's Research Hospitalen
dc.subjectWomen in scienceen
dc.subjectUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison Graduate Schoolen
dc.titleOral History Interview: Virginia Hinshaw (0941)en
dc.typeRecording, oralen
dc.contributor.interviewerWeiss, Marita
dc.contributor.interviewerRead, Charles
dc.contributor.intervieweeHinshaw, Virginia


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