Abstract

Anthony Piazza, the Director of Paralegal Services at Myers University, praises the practical curriculum and atmosphere that Myers University offers its students. The dedication of the non-traditional students and professional staff harbor a superb downtown university experience for those searching for a business school education. In the second half of the interview Richard Brhel, the Director of the Library at Myers University, is introduced. Brhel provides the history of the Myers University, which he argues is the university's best kept secret. From the long list of Myers prominent alumni, its extraordinary number of name and location changes, and its transformations and adaptability stay cutting edge; this small school has remained resilient to the hardships its faced over the past 150 years.

Creator

Brhel, Anthony (interviewee); Piazzo, Richard (interviewee)

Creator

Bell, Erin (interviewer);Calder, James (interviewer)

Project

Project Team

Date

7-15-2008

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

54 minutes

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License
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