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Paul J. Harney. S.J., Professor of Education, took over as Academic Vice-President in 1957. He has spent his entire teaching and administrative career here, from 1945 on. He is a member of the Accreditation Committee of the State Board of Education and of the Western College Association.
Francis J. Callahan, S.J., received a doctorate in Cannon Law at the Gregorian University in Rome. He has been at USF since 1952, where he now holds the position of Vice-President for Development.
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The President's Message
Charles W. Dullea, S.J., President and Rector
My dear Graduates:
Most college graduates incline to judge their four years of college the most important of their education. College years awaken and nurture maturity. College immediately prepares for maturity.
But education is formative, not definitive. College graduates are not mature men. Life must be the ultimate school of maturity.
A mature person has a healthy respect for and a fairly accurate evaluation of himself. A mature man or woman realizes fullest happiness in taking care of others—sees, hears, feels, tastes, strives to know the world around us—delights in fellowship with Christ.
A university has no right to be proud on graduation day, for its product, fresh newly painted, has just entered the market. True judgment of the university's value must wait heaven's verdict, for there maturity flowers in glory.
The University of San Francisco has tried to help you learn the lessons of maturity.
I pray God that life crown our work and yours with success. I pray that you carry the name of the University into life with distinction. I pray that God hold the class of 1963 through life into eternity.
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James Corbett, S.J., before coming to the University as Treasurer, served as an Army chaplain for nine years, some of them spent in the Pacific Theater during World War If. To say that his position is vital is to make the grossest of understatements.
John ri. Martin, S.J., Dean of the Graduate Division, holds a master's and bachelor's degree in philosophy and a doctorate and master's degree in education. He first came to USF in 1946 after having taught both a Saint Ignatius High and Fordham Prep. He assumed the post of Director in 1949 and in this past year became Dean. He was absent from the Hilltop for three years when he took the position of Dean of Arts and Sciences at Loyola, Los Angeles, in 1955.
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