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Doranne fenoaltea (Romance Languages),
Donald E. frey (Economics), Ivey c. Gentry
(Mathematics), Robert M. Helm (Philoso-
phy), David a. Hills (Psychology), Willie l.
Hinze (Chemistry), Milorad R. Margitic (Ro-
mance Languages), and J. Ned Woodall (An-
Robert Hedin was appointed poet-in-resi-
dence. Richard a. Johnson was artist-in-
Kenan Professor of Humanities Germaine
Bree received an honorary degree from the
University of Wisconsin: her nineteenth.
Associate Professor Margaret S. Smith was
named chairman of the Department of Art.
Ronald E. Noftle was appointed to chair the
Department of Chemistry.
David Weaver
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Professor of Religion George J. Griffin and
Professor of Romance Languages Harry l.
King Jr. retired in the spring of 1981.
Ralph D. amen was promoted to the rank of
Professor of Biology.
David S. Weaver, Assistant Professor of An-
thropology, received the University’s award
for excellence in teaching.
The following were
assigned research
leaves: Brian M.
austin (Psychologi-
cal Services), Julian
c. Burroughs Jr.
(Speech Communica-
tion), Marvin S.
coats (Art), Nancy J.
cotton (English),
christal M. Williams (B.A., California Bap-
tist) was appointed Assistant Chaplain, suc-
ceeding Richard McBride.
Marty lentz (M.B.A. 1979) resumed the edi-
torship of The Wake Forest Magazine.
Registrar Margaret Perry received the Dis-
tinguished Service Award from the Southern
Association of Collegiate Registrars and Ad-
missions Officers.
Wake Forest’s baseball field was dedicated in
memory of Melvin Q. layton, former Super-
intendent of Grounds.
Assistant to the President Russell Brantley
had an “administrative sabbatical” in the 1980
fall term.
J. Reid Morgan (B.A.,
1975; J.D., 1979) was
appointed Founda-
tions Officer, succeed-
ing Jane carmichael.
Patricia a. Johansson,
Academic Counselor, was named Assistant to
the Dean of the College.
Karen a. Jaenke (B.A., 1980 Wake Forest)
was named Admissions Counselor, succeeding
Ellen lipscomb.
Jerome Dollard, a Catholic priest and Belmont
Abbey faculty member, succeeded claude
Broach as director of the Ecumenical Institute
of Wake Forest University and Belmont Abbey
Reid Morgan
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