Haley, Elizabeth 2019-07-17

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This interview features Elizabeth Haley as she discusses her time as interim president of Texas Tech. In this interview, Haley describes how she became interim president of Texas Tech and the responsibilities and challenges she had while in that position. She then moves on to explain her job after being interim president, and her thoughts on the Marsha Sharp Freeway, which was being built while she was at Texas Tech. Haley closes out the interview by recounting her marriage to Glenn Jones and her relationship with her family.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Elizabeth Haley

Additional Parties Recorded:

Date: July 17, 2019

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Lynn Whitfield

Length: 01:11:42 (1 hour 11 minutes)


Introduction and being the first interim female president of Texas Tech; Presenting to the Texas board for the legislative session; People that made an impact on her during her time as president; Consolidating the Human Sciences program into one space; Selection the Dean of Human Sciences that would follow her; and her new role after being president; Elizabeth’s husband; Her contact with her husband’s children

Access Information

Original Recording Format: born digital

Recording Format Notes: patrons may listen to a CD copy in our reading room

Transcript: transcript available on dspace https://hdl.handle.net/10605/362101

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