Stephen Tomasovic, Ph.D., Oral History Interview, November 11, 2011
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Major Topics Covered:
- Evolution of Leadership and observations on leadership within MD Anderson structure
- The Faculty Senate and the model of faculty leadership at MD Anderson
- The Office of Academic Affairs
- MD Anderson in transition to its fourth president, Ronald DePinho
Chapter 15: Serving as Special Assistant to Dr. Oliver Bogler
Chapter 16: Changing Institutional Focus Under a New President
Chapter 17: Academic Programs under a New President
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Tomasovic, Stephen PhD and Rosolowski, Tacey A. PhD, "Stephen Tomasovic, Ph.D., Oral History Interview, November 11, 2011" (2011). Interview Sessions. 3.
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About the Interview Subject:
Dr. Stephen Paul Tomasovic (b. 1947, Bend, Oregon) joined the Department of Tumor Biology at MD Anderson in 1980. He decided to switch his career focus from research to administration and had an impact on educational initiatives and faculty leadership at the institution. Dr. Tomasovic founded and served as the first Director of the Cancer Biology Program. He served Vice President roles for Educational Programs and Extramural Programs (now Global Academic Programs). He served as Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs from 2006 until his retirement in 2011.