Oral History interview with Kitty Rok who has been a professor in the special education department since 1980 . The interview was conducted on October 17, 2018.
Rok, Kathryn and Gillibrand, Isabelle, "Salve Regina Oral History Project: Kathryn "Kitty" Rok [audio]" (2018). Salve Regina Oral History. 30.
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Throughout her years at Salve, Kitty Rok has taken on various roles and responsibilities. She has been a professor in the special education department which includes both lecturing and helping students in the field by going with them to student teach. She started her career developing the program which is now known as Learning Unlimited, and was the leader of that program for many years. She has also become involved with other programs and events at Salve including Special Olympics, Best Buddies. She also used to spearhead an event the education department held called March Into Reading.