Research: William F. Russell

| November 2, 2010

an excerpt from “In Memoriam W. F. Russell”:

Russell began his career as a college teacher of hisotry, sociology, and secondary education, serving in this capacity in teacher-educating institutions in colorado, New York, and Tennessee.  At the age of twenty-seven he was made Dean of the College of Education, State University of Iowa.  Six years later he joined the faculty of teachrs College as professor of education and associate director of the International Institute of Education.  In 1927 he became Dean, the title being changed to President in 1949.  Upon his retirement, in 1954, he joined the staff of the Foreign Operations Administration of the United States Government as deputy director in charge of technical services     – Karl W. Bigelow full text here

You can find some of his writings here: