Academic journal article International Journal of Humanities and Peace

In Memoriam

Academic journal article International Journal of Humanities and Peace

In Memoriam

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Dr. C. Gilbert Wrenn, (April 2, 1902 -December 28, 2001) a pioneer leader in education psychology and humanistic counseling breathed his last. He was the founder and first editor of the Journal of Counseling Psychology, and had been lecturer at 22 universities and traveled to every continent of the world. Dr. Wrenn was my major doctoral advisor at University of Minnesota in 1957 and he was a great friend and supporter of IJHP since its inception. He was among the most compassionate persons I have known. In his last letter to me during September 2001 he wrote: "Vasant, your continuous and sustained contributions to Education, Humanities and Peace and through IJHP as a pioneering journal are truly original and distinguished. As Mrs. Wrenn says: `IJHP is both useful and beautiful.' Here is wishing you the best in years to come. Now I go on to new learnings, new growth, and perhaps a new relationship with the presence of God within me."

C. Gilbert Wrenn, Tempe, Arizona

Dr. J. Lawrence Walkup, former President of Northern Arizona University for 22 years--a "builder" president and a very caring person, died August 2002 at the age of 87 years. Dr. Walkup had the longest love affair (22 years) with an institution of higher learning which he developed into a viable institution of higher learning and placed it on the educational map. …

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