Yes ma'm. Let's change up a minute and talk about 1968, when you left UGA for a little while and went, I believe, and served as a faculty member and Dean of Women on the Chapman College Floating Campus.
Right. That's right. It was a wonderful experience! Wonderful experience!
Didn't get away from students?
We had about 500 students. I taught a class in psychology. We started in New York and ended up at California. Went all the way around the world. Stopped three places in Africa, India…it was a wonderful experience. Before we came to each port, we flew a professor in from the university in that port we were coming to from one of the universities, and they would lecture. Students took classes that had to do with different religions of the world, oceanography, and things that had to do with what we were experiencing. So that school is still going on. It is with the University of Pittsburgh I believe now, but it was a wonderful experience, and you see the world in different ways, because when we came into port, we would take them on buses and do what we called a city tour to show them where things were, like when we were in India if you wanted to pay extra and fly to New Delhi you could do that, and so it was a wonderful experience.
For you and for students?