Administration and Staff

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Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies</a>

Antoniette Martsoukos, 2021

Interview with Antoinette Martsoukos 

The interview was conducted as part of the University of Baltimore Stories: 100th Anniversary Oral History Project, directed by the Special Collections and Archives department at the University of Baltimore's RLB Library. It was conducted via Zoom application by Bedell Terry on June 29th, 2021. The interviewee is Antoinette Martsoukos, an alumna of The University of Baltimore, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She is a native of Baltimore and has worked at the University of Baltimore for 14 years. Currently, she manages advisors for the College of Arts and Science, in addition to being an adjunct professor in Ethics.

During this interview, Ms. Martsoukos discussed her experience studying and working at the university. As a member of the University Diversity Committee, she explained its role and purpose. Her remarks also covered the challenges faced by the university as it transitioned from an upper level to a four year institution.

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Joseph Wood

Interview with Joseph Wood

The interview was conducted as part of the University of Baltimore Stories: 100th Anniversary Oral History Project, directed by the Special Collections and Archives department at the University of Baltimore's RLB Library. It was conducted via Zoom application by Bedell Terry on October 27, 2021. The interviewee is Joseph Wood, Provost and Professor Emeritus at The University of Baltimore, 2009-2018. Joe Wood served as Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost at The University of Baltimore from 2009 to 2016. Until retiring in 2018, he taught in the School of Public and International Affairs and Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies.

During this interview, Dr. Wood discussed the challenges and accomplishments he faced during his tenure as provost. One of his accomplishments was dividing the Yale Gordon College of Liberal Arts into two parts and creating the College of Public Affairs. Additionally, he talked about the Divided Baltimore course that he created and the positive impact it had on his time at the University of Baltimore. Furthermore, he talked about his experiences teaching at UB after leaving his position as provost and taking courses on landscape and community history, as well as courses on race and place and American government.

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Administration and Staff