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Approved For R se 2001/08/22 CIA-RDP86B00985RO 300170027-3 NFAC #4545/78 17 October 1978 MEMORANDUM FOR: See Distribution Associate Coordinator for Academic Relations and External Analytical Support, NFAC SUBJECT University Presidents' Visit Presidents Theodore Friend, Swarthmore College; -Josiah Bunting; Hampden-Sydney College; William Lavery, Virginia Polytechnic Institute; H. Edwin Young, University of Wisconsin; and Chancellor Wesley Posvar, University of Pittsburgh have accepted Admiral Turner's invitation to visit the Agency on 26 October 1978. Activities that day will be substantially the same as on June 14th when four university presidents participated. The schedule and biographic sketches of the visitors are attached. The five have been cleared for and agreed to Secret briefings, Attachments: As stated Approved For Release 20011.08122:: CIA-RDP86BO0985R000 '00170027-3 Approved For keWse 2001/08/22 :` CIA-RDP86B00985ROQ300170027-3 NFAC 14545/78 SUBJECT: University Presidents' Visit Distribution: (all with attachments) Orig - DCI STATINTL 1 - DDCI 1 - O/DCI 1 - 0/DCI 1 - ER 1 D/NFAC I - DD/NFAC 1 - DDA 1 - DDO 1 - ADDO 1 - DDS&T 1 - ADDS&T 1 - C/DCD 1 - D/NPIC 1 - C/EAP/ORPA 1 - DC/EAP/ORPA 1 - OER/Developi 1 - C/ERAC/OGCR 1 - C/OSR/SF (M. 1 - C/OSR/SF/D 1 - C/OL/LSD 3 - NFAC/CAR 1 - NFAC Registry NFAC/ACAR?/'js (17 October 1978) -2- Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 STATINTL Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 - ` T . ,THEODORE WOOD, 111, coll. pres.; b. Wilkins ur , P&, Aug. 27, 1931; s. Theodore Wood and Jessica (Holton) F.; grad. St_ ?s.Sc. -h., 1949,. Williams Coll. 1953; Ph.D., Yale, 1953; m. Paul ~-..~., .Elizabeth Groesbeck Pierson, Feb. 20, 1960; children-71codore Porter, Pierson, Elizabeth obinson. Asst. instr. Yale, 1955-57; mem. ).faculty State U. N .'Y.. at Bufalo, 19514-73, prof.. history, 1966.73, faculty advisor to pres., 1968-69, exec. asst. to pres., 1969-7O; pres. Swarthmore Coll., 1973---; trustee Phila. Savs. Fund Soc. Mer. exec. corn. Pa. Cornn. for Ind. Coils. ' and Univs. Fulbright grantee in Philippines, 1957.59; Rockefeller Found. fellow internat.. relations, 1961-62; Nat. Def. Fgn. Lang. postdoctoral fellow, 1966-67; Guggenheim Found. fellow, Indonesia, Philippines, Japan, 1967-6,.1.; recipient.Bancroft prize in Am. History, 1966. Merv. Am. Hist. Asset., Assn. Asian Studies, Soc. Historians of Am. Fgn. Relations, Asia S( V., Phila. Corp.. on . Fgn. Relations, NAACP, Phi Beta Kappa. Presbyterian. Club: Pundit (Buffalo). Author: Between Two. Empires; The Ordeal of the Philippines, 1929-46, 1965; also articles. Editor. e, Swarthmore m The Philip pine Polity, Japanese View, 1968. Ho Coll Swart irnore PA 1.9091 Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : C1A-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 BUNTING, JOSIAH,. colt. pres.; b. Phila., Nov, 8,1939; s. Josiah I and Mary (Duncan) B.; - .., .,...Va.:. il. Inst., 1963; M. A. (Rhodes scholar), Oxford (Eng.) U.. 1966; doctoral candidate Columbia, 1970; nn. Diana Cunningham,- A.u& 21, 1965; children-Elizabeth,, Josiah IV. Formerly asst. prof.. history, U.S' Mil. Acad.; me M*. faculty d t. strategy Naval War Coll., ?e pports .. p ., 1972; formerly resource fellow Aspen inst., ~ pres. Briarcliff Coil., 1973-77; pres. Hampden-Sydney (Va.) Coll., 1.977-. Enlisted in USMCR at seventeen, and served 2 years prior to 19.63;. served to raj. S, Vietnam.. em. Council on n. Relations. Author: The .icnheads 1972; Episcopalian.' The Advent of Frederick Giles. Cont . editor ' arper's'. nag. Office: Office ? of the Pres Hampden-Sydney Coll Hampden-Sydney VA Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 LAV RY, WILLIAM EDWARD, univ. pres.; b. Genesco, N.Y., Nov. 20, 1930; s. John Raymond and Mary Irene (O'Brien) L.; B.S., Mich. State U., 1953; M.A., George Washington U., 1959; Ph.D.. U. Wis., 1962; rn. Peggy J. Johnson, Apr. 7, 1956; children---Debra, Kevin, Lori, Mary. Tchr. Clarence (N.Y.) Central High Sch.. 1953-54; asst. to adminstr. Fed. Extension Service Dept. Agr., Washington, 1956-66; dir.- adminstrn.-extension div. Va. Polytech. Inst. and State U., Blacksburg, 1966-68, v:p. finance, 1968-73, exec. v.p., 1973-75, pres.:, 1975-. AID cons. to El Salvador, 1969. Dir. Dominion Bankshores Corp. Mem. United Fund-Community Fedn., 1968-72. Bd. dirs. Montgomery County Hosp. Served with AUS. 1954-56. Kellogg Found. fellow, l960-62. Mean. Omicron Delta Kappa. Epsilon Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Kappa. Club: Rotary (Blacksburg). Home: 604 Rainbow Ridge Blacksburg VA 24060 Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 l~ s. W iiliart and ' ? univ. Arks., b. Bonne Bay, Nfid., M.17 . Annie (McKenzie) 'Y.; B.S . May 3,. 1943 't~.t:~. U. ., U. Main*., ~~ Wis., 1950; M. Phyllis S chi trn--~,i1o John- o' art: . 1 4, 4 1. 1hil + 7? oth r, Nathan, Barbara. Instv U. ern. faculty U. 1's., 1947-66 Maine, 1947.55, prof. dept. eecns. instr., asst. pref., 1955 assn. prof., dean Coll. cL,~ 1961-65; pres. U. Maine, Or' Wis., Madison' l96-? se. 1965-6; chancellor' CoordIn3t0f 7, pres., U. ''his. System, is.- adja Mada (Indonesia) X971-Relations research -ssn. Pro,Iect. Mem. Indsi. boy and {pres. I965-66. Editor: La. S Ave the New deal, 1.957 (with M. Derber) Madison wi 33705 Home: 6021 t han 9 Approved For Release 2001/08/22 :-CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 Available Approved For Release 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00985R000300170027-3 Approved Fotyjtelease 2001/08/22 : CIA-RDP86B00986400300170027-3 C'O sTE.S!Pc9RRRi AUTllc)xc husiastic Conservative." Religion: None. Horne: I St., Longbridge Deverill, NR Warminster, Wil- `:ngland. Agent: Curtis Brown Ltd., I Craven Hill, WC2 3EW, England. R: Women's Royal Air Force (WRAF), flight offi- 0-63; full-time writer, 1963-. Member: Mystery of America. Crime Writers' Association. VGS: Dover One, Scribner, 1964; Dover Two, r, 1965: Dover Three, J. Cape, 1965. Scribner, 1966; ream With Everything, Scribner, 1966; Dover and indest Cut of All, Scribner, 1967; The Chinks in the r, J. Cape, 1967, Scribner, 1968; Dover Goes to -crihner, 1968; Neither a Candle Nor ca Pitch{ fork, Meld & Nicolson, 1969, McCall Books, 1970: Rather more Sort of Crime, McCall Books, 1970; Dover (gain, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1970, McKay, 1973; ithr a Bargepole, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1971, 1974: A Meddler and Her Murder, Weidenfeld & 11 -tn, 1972, McKay, 1973; It's Murder with Dover, , 1973. Also author of The Package Included Mar- ,75. IGHTS: Ms. Porter told CA: "Began writing in o he able to retire from Air Force. Continue writing .c it is easier than work. Consider sole duty of my writer is to entertain." She speaks fluent Russian d in Air Force), and is especially interested in the is and equipment of the Imperial Russian Army, and the Soviet Union by car in 1964. The first "Dover" was published in nine European countries (besides ul), and in Japan and Brazil; the later ones also have to translations. LETHWAIT, S(amrtel) N(oel) 191.8- ANAL: Born April 16, 1918, in Willeysville, W. Va.; Frank and Etta Postlethwait; married Sara M. March 22, 1941; children: John, Robert. Education: tint State College, A.B., 1940; University of West in. M.S., 1947; University of Iowa, Ph.D., 1949, Pol- Democrat, Religion: Church of Christ. Home: 3180 is Home Rd., West Lafayette, Ind. 47906. Office: ical Sciences, Purdue University, West Lafayette, '7907. ER: Public school teacher in West Virginia, 1940-41; ?rsity of Iowa, Iowa City, instructor in botany and ' . 1948-49; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind., tnt professor, 1949-56, associate professor, 1956-63, .sor of biology, 1963--. Militar'v service: U.S. Naval ve. active duty, 1942-46; became lieutenant. Member: aical Society of America, American Association for .tlvancement of Science, International Society of Plant 'hotogists, American Society for Cell Biology. Na Science Teachers Association, International Plat- ,Sssociation, International Society for Stereologoy, na Academy of Science. New York Academy of Sci- Torrey Botanical Club, Sigma Xi, Lambda Delta ~tta. Kappa Delta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa. Atrard.s, 'National Science Foundation faculty fellowship s: POSVAR, Wesley \V(entz) 1925- PERSONAL: Born September 14, 1925, in Topeka. Kan , son of Vladimir L. and Marie (Wentz) i'oss;ar; marnc 1 Mildred Miller (a solo artist in opera and concerts). April 30, 1950; children: Wesley William, Margot Marina, I +ss Christina. Education: U.S. Military Academy. B.S.. 1946, Air Tactical School, graduate, 1947; Oxford University. R.A., 1951, M.A., 1954: Harvard University. M.P.A. and Ph.D., 1964. Religion: Episcopalian. Office: Office of the Chancellor, University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, P. 15213. CAREER: U.S. Army Air Forces and U.S. Air Force. 1946-67, with rank of colonel, 1960-67; Air Prosrng Ground, Fla., aircraft project officer and fighter test pilot, 1946-48; U.S. Military Academy, West Point. N.Y.. 1941- 54, began as instructor; became assistant professor, ment of social sciences; U.S. Air Force Headquartcn, Directorate of Plans., Washington, D.C., member of long- range objectives and programs group, 1954-57: U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo., professor and head of department of political science, 1957-67. chairman of Division of Social Sciences, 1960-62; University of Pitt,- burgh, Pittsburgh, Pa., chancellor, 1967-- Consultant to various government agencies. Member: Association of In- ternational Relations Clubs (member of advisory council). American Political Science Association. American Academy of Political and Social Science, International Studies Association (president, 1961-62), Institute for Stra- tegic Studies, Operations Research Society of America. Association of American Rhodes Scholars, Western Polst. ical Science Association (member of executive council. 1958-60), Rocky Mountain Social Science Association (president, 1959-60), Rotary Club.Awards, honors: Rhcxici Scholar at Oxford University, 1951-54: named one of ten outstanding young men of America, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1959; L.L.D., Carnegie-Mellon University. 1968, Temple University, 1970; L.H.D., Miami University, 1968. WRITINGS: (With others) American Defense Policy. Johns Hopkins Press, 1965. Contributor to periodicals.r POTOK, Chaim 1929- PERSONAL: Given name pronounced Hnh-yim; born February 17, 1929, in New York, N.Y.; son of Benjamin Max (a businessman) and Mollie (Friedman) Potok: mar- ried Adena Sarah Mosevitzky, June 8, 1958: children: Rena, Naama, Akiva. Education: Yeshiva University. B.A. (summa cum laude), 1950; Jewish Theological Semi- nary, M.H.L., 1954: University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D. (philosophy), 1965. Residence: Philadelphia, Pa. CAREER: Ordained rabbi (Conservative). 1954. Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, N.Y., national director. Leaders Training Fellowship, 1954-55: Camp Rarnah, Los Angeles, Calif., director, 1957-59: University of Judaism. Los Angeles, Calif., instructor, 1957-59: liar Zion Temple, Philadelphia, Pa., scholar-in-residence, 1959-63: Jcvtish ical Seminary, member of faculty of Teachers- In- Theolo g 1963-64; Conservative fudaisrrr, New York, N.Y.. stitute , :8 I1,VGS: Workbook in Plant Science, Burgess, 1948: managing editor, 1964-65; Jewish Publication Society. Phii- .,ook of lnarrmediate plant Science, Burgess, 1950: adelphia, Pa., editor, 1965-74, special projects editor. Science-A Workbook with an Audio Pro 'rom ip- 1974--. Military, .service: U.S. Army. chapain in Korea. hi. Burgess, 1963, revised PPCRlY t gr,,ROlgaSe 2001/0 227: C?1J!Au 8t6 9-95P2660' 1 , &2 l " rience Approach to Learning with Emphasis on fade- sembly, P.E.N., Authors Guild. Awares, ronors: dward nt Sail'. Burgess, 11964; Thae Audio Tutorial System, Lewis Wallant Award, for The Chosen; Atheneum Award. F,- Tt ('o tsfKn shu Rot W(.` .511: fist; at t' tie felt the` his her tha ho'' her got` cet: Sh:, dal; ple plc,, aIn, acv; sty fra: gri Po: kn` a,. en a d uc: TI' W BIf tiro 19; RcI 29 C, )" "FIMAL UN/:LASSiIFl pproveoor.IW 2001/08/22: CIA-RDP-;- BL985$dNA70027-3 ^ SECRET ROUTING AND RECORD SHEET Associate Coordinator for Academic Relations and External Analytical Support, NFAC Assoc,ia'te Coordinator' 'r for Academic Relations d--~~ tf rnosl -A alt al FORM -61 Support ,:JiFAC Room 7E48-- Approved For Rel ase 200 61 0 USEDMONOUS ^ SECRET ^ CONFIDENTIAL F-1 INTERNAL Y OFFICER'S INITIALS sTammrt STATINTL 1/08/22 : !CIA-RDP 6B00985R000300170027-3 COMMENTS (Number each comment to show from whom to whom.. Draw o line across column after each comment.) ?;Attached,,theschedule for the 26 October visit by-university presidents and bios of the five `university presidents-attending. Your ,approval' requested to incite the following. persons to:?luncheon inyour dining room: Would be ten. likely should attend, Space in your conference room of course would permit additional attendance. ^ UNCLASSIFIED