Warren L. Holleman, PhD, Oral History Interview, April 20, 2017
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Major Topics Covered:
- Personal background and education; interests in storytelling, playwriting
- Roles prior to coming to MD Anderson
- The Faculty Health and Wellbeing Program; offerings, analysis of, evolution of to support shared governance system
- Faculty Health and Wellbeing programs; Anti-Bullying Task Force; Faculty Health and Wellbeing Committee
- Needs of faculty at MD Anderson
- Faculty burnout
- MD Anderson work environment and work culture: changes to, challenges of
- Faculty morale under Ronald DePinho; resignation of Ronald DePinho; the transitional leadership team after the resignation; changes in progress during transition
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Holleman, Warren L. PhD and Rosolowski, Tacey A. PhD, "Warren L. Holleman, PhD, Oral History Interview, April 20, 2017" (2017). Interview Sessions. 146.
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About the Interview
About the Interview Subject:
Family therapist Warren L. Holleman, PhD (b. 20 October 1955, Apex, North Carolina) came to MD Anderson in 2010 to direct the Faculty Health & Well-Being Program and take up a faculty position as an Associate Professor in the Department of Behavioral Science [Division of Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences]. Dr. Holleman he continued to direct the program until his retirement in September 2017.