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Department of History, Transcripts of Exit Interviews with Black students and final report, 1997

 File — Box: 1, Folder: Control, 1-6

Scope and Contents

Anonymized transcripts of recorded exit interviews with forty graduating Black students from Washington and Lee University in 1997. The interviews were organized and arranged by WLU's Institutional Effectiveness Committee to gain a range of perspectives on campus climate and the WLU student experience. The interview questions were created by WLU professors Ted Delaney (History) and David Novack (Sociology), Associate Dean of Students for Minority Affairs Anece McCloud, and students Mogana Richards and Robert Taylor. The interviews were conducted by Jennifer Ashworth, the administrative assistant in the History Deapartment. The content of the interviews was assimilated into a final report titled "The Black Student Experience" by Professor of History Robert W. McAhren in 1999. A copy of the report is included with the interviews.


  • Creation: 1997


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