Oral history interview with Janet Titus Boudreaux, an alumna of Salve Regina, Class of 1984. The interview was conducted over Zoom on August 12, 2020.
Wright, Lindsay E. and Boudreaux, Janet Titus, "Salve Regina Oral History Project: Janet Titus Boudreaux '84 [audio]" (2020). Salve Regina Oral History. 45.
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Janet Titus Boudreaux '84 describes her experience as a commuter student at Salve Regina in the 1980s. A double-major in psychology and mathematics, she recalls classes with Dr. Anthony Walsh, participation in Sigma Phi Sigma, student teaching and serving as a teaching assistant to Sister Therese Antone. She also talks about student social life on the historic campus and particular faculty members who shaped her life and career.