Renate Mai-Dalton--Endacott Society Interview

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Title

Renate Mai-Dalton--Endacott Society Interview

Subject

World War (1939-1945)
Germany--Berlin
Education, Higher
Mai-Dalton, Renate, 1941-
University of Kansas

Description

Renate Mai-Dalton was hired as Assistant Professor in the University of Kansas School of Business in 1979 and taught until her retirement in 2010. During the interview she describes growing up in post-WWII Berlin as well as the educational system in Germany during the 1950s and 1960s. After marrying a US serviceman and moving to the American northwest, she acquired several degrees in Psychology and a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology in 1978. She describes raising children in the predominately white community of Lawrence. She was founder of the Multicultural Scholars program and was a HOPE

Creator

Mai-Dalton, Renate,interviewee
Kelly, Pat,interviewer

Date

2011-11-29

Coverage

Kansas--Lawrence

Citation

Mai-Dalton, Renate,interviewee and Kelly, Pat,interviewer, “Renate Mai-Dalton--Endacott Society Interview,” In Their Own Words: Selected Interviews from the Endacott Society Oral History Collection, accessed November 24, 2017, https://endacott.lib.ku.edu/items/show/1409.