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Camp, H. Carl

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H. Carl Camp was a University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor of Political Science (1967-1999, retired). Professor Camp was born on a farm in southern Arkansas. Camp decided as a high school sophomore that he had no interest in farming and would rather pursue a university degree in accounting. He graduated with a B.S. (1956) in business administration from Southern State College in Magnolia, AR, and an M.S. (1960) and Ph.D. (1965) in political science from Washington University in Saint Louis. In 1977, Camp and UNO Professor George Chung, founded the Third World Studies Conference, which in 2000 was renamed the Global Studies Conference. Professor Camp served four times as President of the UNO Faculty Senate and retired in 1999 as chair of the Political Science Department.

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Reflections in Time: Interview with Carl Camp, 2000

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Identifier: UNO-0021-rfit-carl-camp
Scope and Contents In March of 2000 H. Carl Camp, retired University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor (1967-1999) of Political Science, was interviewed by Jack Newton for Reflections in Time. Professor Carl Camp was born on a farm in southern Arkansas. Camp decided as a high school sophomore that he had no interest in farming and would rather pursue a university degree in accounting. He graduated with a B.S. (1956) in business administration from Southern State College in Magnolia, AR, and an M.S. (1960) and...
Dates: 2000