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October 4, 1978
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App'royed Fore..~;~rr~,~;~q(~'~JO~/2~~-,: ~,IA~RDP88B0 .. ~ :; :a . . ... ~_.a NFAC X4285/78 4 October 197$ MEMORANDUM FOR: Director of Central Intelligence THROUGH Director, National Foreign Assessment Center Deputy Director of Central Intelligence FROM Associate Coordinator far Academic Relations and External Analytical Support, NFAC SUBJECT : Meeting with University Presidents 1. Action Requested: Signature on the attached letters to three university presidents inviting them to the Agency for a day of discussions and briefings an 26 October. 2. Background: The letter is similar to that sent to the other university presidents. The following names were approved for the March get-together, but no invitation was ever sent: Theodore Nesburgh Frederick Davison Da11in H. Oaks University of Notre Dame University of Georgia Brigham Young University (See attachment for bio sketches) 3. Mr. Bowie has suggested that we increase the size of our group. Fle feels that the time and effort expended would 6e better justified if "eight but at least six" were to attend. It seems unlikely that we will be able to expand our group above the four or five for this get-together. There is not sufficient time to compose a new?list of college presidents, run a preliminary security check, send new invitations, and expect the invitees to be able to make the 26 October meeting. Approve~~~1~~~5~ ,~~~~~08~22~:.,~An~D~~B5~5 ; ~ ~0.~ 0170035-4 Approved F~,r ~.e-~f)01~1~8/~2 : CIS-RUP~E~~! ,:~ ,~~ SUBJECT: Meeting with University Presidents 9 0035-4 NFHC #42$5/7$ 4. Four university presidents have already accepted our invitation for 26 October. They are: Wesley Posvar University of Pittsburgh Josiah Bunting Hampden-Sydney College William Edward Lavery Virginia Polytechnic Institute H. Edwin Young University of Wisconsin Theodore Friend, Swarthmore, is a possible. He is trying to rearrange his schedule and will get back to us later this week. The four who have accepted are highly articulate and energetic and at least two you already know. I believe a full day's program with them would be a great success. 5. The tentative program is similar to those previously run. 1'he only major difference is in the time. We are starting one hour later because most of our guests will be arriving in the area the morning of 26 October. 6. Rctions Recommended: a. That you sign the letters to the three university presidents. b. That you indicate your concurrence with the arrangements proposed for handling the third university presidents visit. ~2- Approved For? Relem~ase,~(~~,1/08/ : (~l~yR 8 9 300170035-4 +, ~j `I Approved For~~i~d~t~?0~1~?~~.: CI~-RD"P'8~6'B~Q98 ~~ ~Y'~~035-4 SUBJECT: Meeting with University Presidents APPROVED: Direct8r~ of entral Intelligence DISAPPROVED: f Director of Central Intelligence ~. DATE: ~~ ~~'~~d~-~-~~ ~~ _3_ Approved For Release 2001~/r08/2 ? C,1Ayk~,QQ 6 i 1~~q~i~~n~ ~ "d'~r'A ~ ~ {~ fir ~ 1Ja ~ ~ Sze s"S NFAC #4L85/78 Z~ 000170035-4 "~ ~`~;1? Approved For Reuse 2001/08/22 :CIA-RDP86B00985RO~Q,~!i00170035-4 DAVI~Q"V, FREDERICK GOBBET, univ. pres.; b. Atlanta, Sept. ~, 1929; s. Frederick Collins and Gladys (Carslcy~ L.; D.V.M., U. Ga., 1952; Ph.D., la. State U., 1963; m. Dianne Castle, Sept.. 3, 1.952; ~children~--Frederick Carbet, William Castle, Annc Harper. Individual practice vice. medicine, Marietta. Ga., 1952-58; research asst. la. Stag U., 1958-6p, asst. prof., 1960-63, also. Inst. Atomic Research, 1960-63; asst. dir. dept. sci, activities Am. Vet. Med. Assn:, 1963-6~; dean U. Ga. Sch. Vet. Medicine, Athens, 1964-66, vice chancellor univ. system, 1966-67, pres. univ., 1467--?, lair. Clarke Fed. Savs. Loan Assn. Mem. lust. Animal Resources.. Nat. Acad. Sci.-NBC, 1965-~- )t1em. N.E. Ga. commn. Boy Scouts Am., now pres. Area 5 -['rustce Rabun Gap-Nac~c~chce Sch.. Presbyn. COIL, Clinton, S.C;: Mem. Am., Ga. vet. med. assns., Council Biol. and Therapeutic Agts., Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, fJmcga Tau Sigma, Alpha lcta, Phi lcta, Gamrna Sigma L)clta. Rotarian. Contbr. articles to pmfl. jc~urs. 1-iomeo 570 Prince Av Athens CsA 30601 ~. Approved- For. Release 200,1/08/22.: CIA-RDP$~B009.85R000300170035-4 Approved. For R~jas~ 2001/08/22 :CIA-RDP86B009851~}03~0170035-4 r ' Ii~:S13URGH, THEODORE 1~IAR'I'IN, clcrgyntan, univ_ pres_; b. Syra~?use, :`~i.~'., May 25, lc)17; s. Theodore Bcrn:+rcl and Annc Marie: (Murl~lt}?) I3.; student L'. Nutrr Darnc, 19~~3-37; Ph.B., C;rcgorian U., ! 939; pc-stgracl. Fioly Cross Coll., ~'~~ashingtun, 19-tU--t3; 5,1~.D.. Cath. U. Am., lc)-t5; hon. degrees Bradley U? LrMoynr Cull., U. R.t_. Cath. U. of Santiago {Chile), Dartmouth, Villanava U., St. Bcncdict's Cult., Cc~lurnbia, I'rincctctn, lnd. li., Brandeis U., GunzagFr U_, U_ Cat. at Los, Angeles, ~C`crnplc U., Northwrstcrn U., L'. lil., Fctrciltarn U.. Marrchcstrr Cull., Atlanta U., 17t'aba:tih Cull.. Valparaiso U.F Pruvidc:ncc Co11., U. So. Cal., Mich. titate U., St. Louis I.1.. Cath_ L'?. Am., Loyola U. at Chgu., Anderson Culi., State U. N.1'. at Albany, Utah State L'., Lehigh U., Yalc, Lafayette Coll., King's Coll, St