112 The History of Wake Forest
more Wake Forest students took the Summer Management Program initiated by
the ­ Calloway School of Business and Accountancy. This eight-credit program was
designed as an introduction to the field for nonbusiness majors. Classes were held
from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. during the first session, with approximately twenty-five stu-
dents in each class.
The Eric Rust Collection of 3,200 books, valued at $48,000, was donated to
the Z. Smith Reynolds Library.
Administration and Staff
President Hearn received accolades along with new responsibilities during the
year. On October 31, Tokai University awarded to him an Honorary Doctor of
Arts degree. The Winston-Salem Urban League recognized his leadership and ser-
vice to the community with its 1989 Corporate Leadership Award, citing his con-
tributions to the academic, civic, and corporate sectors. In April 1990, he became
a distinguished alumnus of Birmingham-Southern College and was elected to the
board of First Wachovia. He also agreed to serve as the Atlantic Coast Conference
representative on the Knight Commission for Intercollegiate Athletics, which
focused on academic reform. On March 15, he appeared on ABC’s Prime Time
Live and stated that the emphasis on winning was undermining college athletics
and the true purpose of a university, which was educating students. On campus,
the President led thirteen students in a discussion of John Garner’s On Leader-
ship, sponsored by the President’s Aides.
At the School of Medicine, Richard Janeway was named Executive Vice
President for Health Affairs, and Russell Armistead (’80), former Associate
Dean for Administrative Services, became Vice President for Health Services
On the Reynolda campus, Miles Foy was named Academic Associate Dean of the
School of Law, succeeding Arthur R. Gaudio, who became Dean of the School of Law
at the University of Wyoming. Rhoda K. Channing came from the O’Neill Library
of Boston College to direct the Z. Smith Reynolds Library. She replaced Merrill
Merrill Berthrong
Rhoda Channing
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