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School and the first Sara Lee award for Excellence in Teaching, Research, Service, and
Program Development.
Other faculty achievements included contributions to the Encyclopedia of South-
ern Culture by David Smiley (History) and E. Pendleton Banks (Anthropology).
George Trautwein (Orchestra and Director of the Secrest Artists Series) was awarded
a Fulbright Scholar grant to teach Western music and study Indian classical music at
the Kala Academy in Goa, India.
During the year, Wake Forest’s overseas academic influence expanded. An agree-
ment between Wake Forest and Tokai University would send Wake Forest under-
graduate students to Tokai starting in the spring of 1991 and bring Japanese high
school students to Wake Forest for a cultural immersion experience in January/Feb-
ruary of each year. The Bowman Gray School of Medicine already had an exchange
program for student physicians from each campus. Hearn visited both Tokai Univer-
sity and Moscow State University in November 1989 and arranged for another new
exchange program with Moscow State for up to two students from each institution
every semester. The first exchange began in the fall of 1990; David Bain, from Gaines-
ville, Florida, and Ann Meador of Lynchburg, Virginia, were the first participants.
The summer term revealed the need for additional revenue. Lu Leake, Dean of
the Summer School, reported record enrollments during the summer of 1989, with
851 students in the first session and 726 in the second. An additional thirty-seven
groups met on campus during the summer for a total of 5,500 “resident” visitors
to the University. Enrollment in the summer term of 1990 was slightly higher, as
John Sununu
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