Carl W. Lively; interviewee. John Klee; interviewer.
Oral history with Carl Lively, beginning counselor of students at Ashland Community College in 1967. His twenty-five years at Ashland included his job as assistant director. Interview details early history of college, programs, faculty and students. Lively discusses transferability of courses from the two year to the four year institutions as well as benefits of the community college's relationship with the University of Kentucky prior to the 1997 KCTCS merger. Concludes by describing how the college impacted the community as well as how business and industry interests shaped the college.
Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
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