Cormac, Janet (1976)

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Title

Cormac, Janet (1976)

Subject

Oral history

Description

Originally from Camas, Washington, Janet earned her bachelor's degree in History from Lewis & Clark in 1976. Interestingly enough, she only applied to two places: Lewis and Clark and Western Washington University. She ultimately chose Lewis & Clark over the latter. She did her senior research project on the Japanese Internment Camp at the Expo Center during WWII and was subsequently published in a quarterly review. While a student at Lewis & Clark, Historical Materials was her favorite class. Janet graduated in three years with a sterling GPA. While a student at Lewis & Clark she read for leisure and took piano and organ lessons and, as an Akin resident, was able to practice quite frequently in the nearby chapel. Janet received a Masters in Librarianship at the University of Washington in 1978. After earning her master's degree, she went to the University of Oregon and earned a second bachelor's in Computer and Information Science. Gaining another master's in Applied Information Management from the University of Oregon later in life, Janet remarked on her interest in managing information and information systems. As a 4th generation Oregonian, she is somewhat troubled by the rapid growth of Portland but still calls this place home.

Creator

Lewis & Clark College

Date

2017-03-13

Format

audio/mp3

Type

Sound

Language

eng

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Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Hatch, Nikolas

Interviewee

Cormac, Janet

Location

Lewis & Clark College

Duration

00:35:11
http://digitalcollections.lclark.edu/files/original/9de6f64487e692a29efadfd1765f5fa9.mp3