Brothers in Education

A

Dr. James W. “Jim” Abbott (South Dakota)
President of the University of South Dakota
Dr. Martin Abegg (Bradley)
President Emeritus of Bradley
Dr. John Stuart Allen (Colgate)
Former and first president of the University of South Florida
Dr. Norman R. Auburn (Cincinnati)
Former president of the University of Akron

B

Dr. Hugh C. Bailey (Samford)
Former president of Valdosta State
Dr. Samuel Beatty (Toronto)
Former chancellor of the University of Toronto, first president of the Canadian Mathematical Society and served in that capacity for over 30 years
Dr. Daniel Luke Biemesderfer (Franklin & Marshall)
Former president of Millersville College

C

Dr. Lambuth McGeehee Clarke (Randolph-Macon)
Former president of Virginia Wesleyan
Dr. William Crouch (Wake Forest/Georgetown)
President of Georgetown, Ky

D

Dr. James A. Davis (Randolph-Macon)
Former president of Shenandoah University

E

Dr. Frank N. Elliott (Alfred)
Former president of Rider College

F

Dr. Edward T. Foote (Yale/Miami-FL)
Former president of University of Miami
Dr. William C. Friday (North Carolina State)
First president of the University of North Carolina system

G

Dr. Paschal Clay Gaines (Washington State)
served as president of Montana State College on four separate occasions, professor and dean of faculty, with school for 43 years
Dr. Harold D. Germer (Denison)
Former President of Ottawa University

H

Dr. Earl Bruce Heilman (Peabody/North Carolina State)
Former president of the University of Richmond and Methodist College
Dr. Homer Lee Hitt (Louisiana State)
First Chancellor at LSU @ New Orleans

I

Dr. William Bay Irvine (Marietta)
Former president of Marietta

J

Dr. Leo Warren Jenkins (East Carolina)
Former president and chancellor of East Carolina
Dr. Warren Franklin Jones (Georgetown)
served twice as president Campbellsville College
Dr. Arnold E. Joyal Sr. (California-Berkeley/Fresno State)
Former president of Fresno State College

K

Dr. George Kidd (Drexel)
Former president of Tiffin University
Dr. Maxwell King (Auburn)
Former president of Brevard Community College
Carl Martin Kuttler, Jr. (Florida State)
Former president of St. Petersburg College

L

Dr. Malcolm A. Love (Simpson)
Former president of the University of Nevada and San Diego State University

M

Dr. Richard E. McDowell (High Point)
Former president of the University of Pittsburgh @ Bradford
Dr. Richard H. Mosier (Oklahoma State)
Former president of Marygrove College

P

Dr. Ben A. “Todd” Parnell III (Drury)
President of Drury
Dr. Wendell M. Patton (Wofford)
Former president of High Point

S

Dr. Thomas F. Schutte (Valparaiso)
President of Pratt Institute, previously president of Rhode Island School of Design and also Philadelphia College of Art
Dr. John E. Shay, Jr. (Florida)
Former president of Marygrove College
Dr. Charles E. Smith (Tennessee)
Former chancellor of the Tennessee Board of Regents, former Tennessee Commissioner of Education, former executive director of the National Assessment Governing Board
Dr. Cluster Q. Smith (Southern Methodist)
president and chancellor of Oklahoma City University
Dr. Samuel Somerville Stratton (Dartmouth)
Former president of Middlebury College

T

Dr. Willis M. Tate (Southern Methodist)
Former president of SMU
Dr. William E. Troutt (Union-TN)
College president since 1982, Chairman of the American Council on Education

V

Dr. Richard D. Valentine (Culver-Stockton)
Current president of Culver-Stockton
Dr. Herman Viets (Polytechnic)
President of Milwaukee School of Engineering, COB of Astro-Med

W

Dr. Albert A. Watrel (Syracuse)
Former president of Slippery Rock and Dickinson State
Dr. W. Roger Webb (Oklahoma State)
College president since 1978, President of the Association of State Colleges and Universities
Dr. Benjamin T. Whitfield (Florida Southern)
First president of South Arkansas Community College
Dr. Clifford Oscar Titus Wieden (Colby)
First President of Aroostock State College
Dr. John Hepler Wood (Missouri/Culver-Stockton)
Former president of Culver-Stockton

Z

Dr. Donald W. Zacharias (Georgetown)
Former president of Mississippi State and Western Kentucky