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01. This is Elise Huston, interviewing Eric Graf on June 5, 2006, in the Ithaca College Library.

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

02. Could you please state your name and date of birth for the record? How long have you been in Ithaca? What was your own college experience like? When were you appointed to your position at Ithaca College?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

03. What were your main methods of teaching? Do you feel that your teaching changed over time? The student-teacher dynamic is always changing and evolving. How would you describe your relationship with your students?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

04. How would you compare the students? Did they change at all from those of the late '90s to the early '70s? Were they different in any ways?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

05. What was the department like, in terms of size, diversity, programs and majors offered, when you first joined?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

06. What was the relationship like with the other faculty members in your department? What was the male to female ratio when you first came to the department? Did it change?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

07. What kind of relationship did the faculty members share with the administration? Did the faculty have any say in the administration of the college?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

08. What is your perception of the different administrations under which you served the college?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

09. What changes did you see in the Social Relations Department as chair? How did your position change when the Sociology Department and the Psychology Department became separate?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

10. Were you a part of the movement to unionize the faculty?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

11. What was the process to secure tenure? So were you yourself actively involved in research and publication? Did you ever feel that you needed to compromise your own personal time or anything to work or teach?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

12. What courses did you teach? Were some courses more popular than other ones?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

13. Ithaca College witnessed a tremendous growth in terms of campus-size as well as the student body. Did that affect instruction at all?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

14. How did the student unrest of the '70s affect the faculty?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

15. How did the material that you taught for psychology change over the years that you were teaching, if it changed at all?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

16. It was your idea to start the student research teams. What made you want to start them, and how did they work?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

17. Outside of academic activities, were you involved in anything else on-campus, activities or clubs or committees?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

18. There's always been a lot of changing technology. Did that ever have an impact on your teaching methods at all?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

19. In what ways has our relationship with Cornell changed over the years?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

20. If you were writing the history of Ithaca College, what would you include from your years here?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

21. What are some of your major memories of events or things that took place during your time here? Is there anything that stands out most in your memory?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

22. How have you maintained your connection to Ithaca College since your retirement?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College

23. Is there anything else that you'd like to add to any previous questions?

Eric Graf, Ithaca College