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'A scene from the Mar. 7, 1967 Faculty Honors Convocation shows, from left to right; Robert Munn, WVU Prof. and Chairman of Library Science and Acting Provost; Ruel Foster, WVU Prof. and Chairman of English; Irvin Stewart, WVU Prof. of Political Science; Edmund Flink, WVU Prof. and Chairman of Medicine; George McLaren, WVU Prof. of Agricultural Biochemistry and Nutrition; and Clark Sleeth, Dean of the WVU School of Medicine.'
Dr. T. H. Hunter, chancellor for medical affairs at the University of Virginia (center), is shown at the Nov. 28, 1967 seminar on the Future of Undergraduate Education at WVU, chatting with two WVU professors, Edward Steele, Jr., Prof. of History (left), and Earl Boggs, Prof. of Education, Director of Admissions, and Assistant to the President (right).'
'T. H. Hunter, Chancellor for Medical Affairs at the University of Virginia (left), is shown with the three WVU professors who served as panelists to react to his address: Lila Abrahamson, Prof. of Biology (second from left); J.C. Eaves, Prof. and Chairman of Mathematics (second from right); and Vincent Traynelis, Prof. and Chairman of Chemistry (right).  Nov. 28, 1967 seminar on the Future of Undergraduate Education at WVU.'
'Dr. Moody Prior, Graduate Department of English at Northwestern University (center), is shown speaking at the Dec. 6, 1967 Future of Graduate Education at WVU seminar.  Seminar planning committee chairman John Ludlum (left) listens with panelists Delmas Miller, WVU Prof. of Education and Chairman of Secondary Education (second from left); Homer Evans, WVU Prof. of Agricultural Economics and Associate Director of the WVU Agricultural Experiment Station (second from right); and Virgil Peterson, WVU Prof. of English (right).'
'Dean of the WVU Graduate School John Ludlum (second from left) is shown introducing main speaker W. Gordon Whaley, Dean of the University of Texas Graduate School (at Ludlum's left), at the Dec. 6, 1967 seminar on the Future of Graduate Education at WVU.  Panelists seated include three WVU professors: Hugh Lindsay, Professor of Physiology (left); Homer Patrick, Professor and Chairman of Agricultural Biochemistry (second from right); and Chin-Yung Wen, Professor of Chemical Engineering.
'Dr. W. Gordon Whaley, University of Texas Graduate School is shown speaking at the Dec. 6, 1967 seminar on the Future of Graduate Education at WVU.  Panelists are: Hugh Lindsay, Prof. of Physiology (left): Homer Patrick, Prof. and Chairman of Agricultural Biochemistry (second from right); and Chin-Yung Wen, Prof. of Chemical Engineering (right).'
'Dr. Everett Walters, Vice-President for Academic Affairs at Boston University (left), is shown speaking at the Dec. 6, 1967 seminar on the Future of Graduate Education at WVU.  Two WVU professors who served as panelists are shown:  Paul Selby, dean of the College of Law (center), and Leo Fishman, Professor of Economics and Finance (right).'
'Dean of the WVU Graduate School John Ludlum (left) is shown introducing main speaker Everett Walters, Vice-President for Academic Affairs of Boston University (second from left), at the Dec. 6, 1967 seminar on the Future of Graduate Education at WVU.  Panelists seated are Paul Selby, Dean of the College of Law (second from right), and Leo Fishman, Professor of Economics and Finance (right).'