Harold Sponberg, Inaugural Address, 1966
Harold E. Sponberg served as President of Eastern Michigan for nine years until his retirement in 1974. This audio recording captures Sponberg’s inaugural address from Pease Auditorium. George Romney delivers the invocation, and Chairman of the Board of Regents Edward J. McCormick introduces Sponberg and gives him the symbols of the University.
Harold Sponberg, Eugene Elliott, Head Start Program, institutional memory. Institutional identity, Mark Jefferson, Gemini 5, knowledge industry, genetic code, teacher education
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Sponberg, Harold, "Harold Sponberg, Inaugural Address, 1966" (1966). Speeches. 65.