Miami Dolphins and Nova Southeastern University to Collaborate On Unique Oral History Project.Sports Editors/Football & Education Writers & Columnists
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People love to talk about the Miami Dolphins. And that is exactly what the Archives department of Nova Southeastern University History
Originally named Nova University of Advanced Technology, the university was chartered by the state of Florida in 1964 as a graduate institution in the physical and social sciences. is counting on as it embarks on a brand new project to create a permanent oral history record of the Miami Dolphins franchise.
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To answer these and other questions, NSU NSU Nonspecific urethritis, see there Archives, working together with the Miami Dolphins, will conduct numerous videotaped interviews in an ongoing process that is expected to begin in the spring of 2001. The information will ultimately be housed in NSU's new 325,000 square foot Library, Research, and Information Technology Center scheduled to open on NSU's main campus in Fort Lauderdale in the fall of 2001. The oral history will then be available to the public, researchers and students.
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