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0:00 - Interview introduction

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Partial Transcript: My name is Brittany Hedrick and today is Wednesday, April 18th, 2018.

0:45 - Early life and biographical information

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Partial Transcript: I'd like to start the interview by asking you about your childhood.

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses her parents, growing up in Alaska, living in Lebanon, Tunisia, Morocco and Florida, and her early education.

8:36 - Higher education and early career

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Partial Transcript: I attended the University of Florida in Gainesville.

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses her college education before UNCG including her time at the University of Florida and Marymount College (Va).

12:51 - Attending UNCG and working at Moses Cone Hospital

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Partial Transcript: How did you hear about UNCG and tell me about that journey to Greensboro.

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses attending UNCG and attaining her BSN degree while also working at Moses Cone Hospital.

Keywords: diversity; Nursing; Nursing education; School of Nursing

16:58 - After UNCG, teaching at GTCC, and working in the medical tech field at MTS/KCI

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Partial Transcript: So what did you do upon graduation?

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses her career after graduating from UNCG, including teaching nursing at GTCC and working for a medical tech company, MTS/KCI.

Keywords: Nursing education

20:49 - Thoughts on Eloise Lewis and the UNCG School of Nursing

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Partial Transcript: Going back to your time at UNCG, could you tell me about professors in the nursing department that really made an impression on you?

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses her thoughts on Eloise Lewis and the UNCG School of Nursing.

Keywords: Dr. Eloise Lewis; Nursing education; School of Nursing

23:44 - Participation in professional groups and organizations

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Partial Transcript: Because of those two, I joined NCNA and became very active.

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses her work and involvement in professional groups and organizations.

Keywords: American Association of Critial-Care Nurses; North Carolina Nurses Association

25:00 - Changes and recent history at the School of Nursing at UNCG

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Partial Transcript: Were there any department changes during your time at UNCG?

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses changes and the recent history of the UNCG School of Nursing.

Keywords: Dr. Eloise Lewis; Nursing education; School of Nursing

28:37 - UNCG Chancellors

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Partial Transcript: Could you tell me about any interactions that you had with UNCG Chancellors?

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses UNCG Chancellors.

Keywords: Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr.; Patricia Sullivan

29:56 - School of Nursing Alumni Association work and history

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Partial Transcript: How have you remained involved with projects with UNCG since graduation?

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses her work with the School of Nursing Alumni Association and its history.

Keywords: School of Nursing Alumni Association

52:44 - Family life now

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Partial Transcript: So Bobbi, what is your current title?

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses her family.

54:19 - Proudest accomplishments and contributions at UNCG

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Partial Transcript: What about your proudest accomplishments and contributions at UNCG?

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses her proudest accomplishments and awards.

Keywords: Scholarships; School of Nursing Alumni Association; students

60:19 - Thoughts on UNCG's future

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Partial Transcript: We're doing these interviews as part of the 125th anniversary of the university.

Segment Synopsis: Osguthorpe discusses her thoughts on UNCG's future.

Keywords: School of Nursing

62:49 - Interview conclusion

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Partial Transcript: I don't think I have any more formal questions for you.