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Creation Date

3-11-1985

Collection

Boonshoft School of Medicine Oral History Project

Description

This is the sixth in a series of six interviews with the Dean of the Wright State University School of Medicine, Dr. William D. Sawyer. In this last interview Dean Sawyer discusses aspects of the development of the School of Medicine under his leadership. Specific topics include: development of the voluntary clinical faculty of the School of Medicine; the relationships between the School of Medicine and area affiliated institutions; new residency programs and the phase-out of Yellow Springs Family Practice Residency.

Dean Sawyer then turns to thoughts on the future of the Wright State University School of Medicine, discussing: new PhD programs and development of programs in conjunction with other colleges/schools; and the development of new community-outreach programs.

Dean Sawyer ends this final interview with a discussion of the integration of the Wright State University School of Medicine at the state, community and university levels and discusses his thoughts on his own future in medicine.

Interviewee

William D. Sawyer

Interviewer

James St. Peter

Digital Publisher

Digital Services Department; Wright State University Libraries

Document Type

Oral Recording

Digitization Specifications

PlusDeck 2c PC Cassette Deck


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