Narrator - Sister Susan Rink
Interviewer - Sister Mary Alma Sullivan
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Sister Susan Rink was the President of Mundelein College from 1975 to 1983. Sister Susan first arrived at Mundelein in 1969 while a student at Northwestern University. Sister Susan originally attended Clark College and received a BA in biology and chemistry, then went on to Purdue University earning an MA in biology. At Mundelein College, Sister Susan held positions has Director of Continuing Education and Academic Dean.
Sister Susan Rink explains her higher education background and reflects on the events that led her to becoming Mundelein College President. Also, Sister Rink discusses and reflects upon events taking place during her presidency, including curriculum changes and fiscal events.
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Sister Susan Rink interviewed by Sister Mary Alma Sullivan, 13 November 1997, Women and Leadership Archives, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Il
Kim Connelly Hicks; 2013-08-20
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