Mary Jo Henn Interview and Transcript

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Born in Fargo, North Dakota, on January 4, 1919, Mary Jo Henn received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln in 1940 and a Masters of Science in microbiology from the University of Minnesota in 1944 before graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine with honors in 1950. Dr. Henn became an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in 1954, which she remained until her promotion to Associate Professor in 1963. She became Assistant Dean of Student Affairs in 1963 and a full Professor in 1969. Dr. Henn retired in 1979. Oral history interview with Mary Jo Henn and transcript.

The interview discusses medical education at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in the mid-twentieth century and Internal Medicine.

Subject(s): Internal Medicine
Education, Medical
Henn, Mary Jo

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