John F. Kennedy: The Promise Revisited

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TRUSTEES OF HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
as of January 1985

THE OFFICERS
Emil V. Cianciulli '52, Chairperson
Lawrence Herbert '51, Vice Chairperson
Frank G. Zarb '57, Vice Chairperson
Norman R. Tengstrom '48, Secretary
James M. Shuart '53, President

THE MEMBERS
Donald E. Axinn '75
Robert E. Brockway '46
Jack G. Clarke '49
Gary M. Cypres '66
Robert F. Dall '55
Maurice A. Deane '81
John S. DeJose '41
George G. Dempster '61 ( Chairman Emeritus)
Joseph L. Dionne '55
Milton M. Gardner, M.D.
Allan Gittleson
Eugene Goldman
Leo A. Guthart
Benjamin J. Jenkins
Florence Kaufman
Gerald Light
David S. Mack '67
Ann M. Mallouk '72
Walter H. Miller
Thomas H. O'Brien
Greta M. Rainsford, M.D.
Suzanne K. Schwerin

DELEGATES
John C. Moore, Speaker of the Faculty
Esin Z. Kaya, University Senate
Allan Lundy, University Senate
Mark Colabella, Student Government Association
Frances Tsigonias, Student Government Association
Paul W. Bartels '59, Alumni College Senate
Amelia H. Malone, Hofstra Advisory Board

EMERITI
Johns Cranford Adams, President Emeritus
James Harper Marshall '58, President Emeritus
Eben Breed, M.D., Trustee Emeritus
Mimi W. Coleman '75, Trustee Emerita
Bernard Fixler '41, Trustee Emeritus
Raymond French, Trustee Emeritus
Jeannette Hosler, Trustee Emerita
Dana Storrs Lamb, Trustee Emeritus
Mary T. Martin, Trustee Emerita
Donald A. Petrie '42, Trustee Emeritus
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
CULTURAL CENTER COMMITTEE
Charles R. Andrews M. F. Klerk
Joseph G. Astman Randie Malinsky
Deanna Chitayat Ann Mallouk
Natalie Datlof Amelia H. Malone
Barbara Deane William A. McBrien
Madeline Dempster Ruth Minkoff
Ellen Fellman Mary Ann Monticciolo
Lucille Fillin Maureen O. Murphy
Walter Fillin Claire Nyer
Syril Frank Alice C. Patterson
Milton M. Gardner, M.D. Thelma Rubenstein
Nina Geiringer Robert B. Sargent
Françoise Gilot Suzanne K. Schwerin
Judy Goldman Susan Solomon
Arthur Gregor Alex Szogyi
Bumble Ingham Donna Testa
Florence Kaufman Alexej Ugrinsky
Harold A. Klein Muriel Weingrow

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