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Mortar Board

Jane K. Smith Cap and Gown Chapter at San Diego State University 1932-2018

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Mortar Board by Darlene Gould Davies
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Description

This written history cites five iconic women responsible for the success of SDSU Mortar Board. They are Mary McMullen, the prescient woman who initiated the San Diego State College Cap and Gown chapter; Mary Mendenhall, whose goal of Mortar Board inclusion was unyielding; Dr. Margery B. Warmer, on whose watch both Phi Beta Kappa and Mortar Board were brought to the campus; Dr. Sue W. Earnest, the 1928 graduate of State, and the constant champion of her school until her death in 2007 at the age of 100; and Dr. Jane K. Smith, the "glue" that has held together and ensured prosperity of the chapter since 1985.

Author Biography

Darlene Gould Davies graduated from San Diego State in 1962 with a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication Administration and her Masters Degree in Communicative Disorders in 1965. She's a published writer in Speech Pathology, San Diego history, and co-producer of educational videos on international topics among others. With her long standing love of theatre and the arts, and her commitment to improving our community, Darlene served for eight years as a member of San Diego City Commission on the Status of Women, two terms on San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, nine years on the City Park & Recreation Board (simultaneously serving on the Balboa Park Committee, four years as Chair), twelve years on the Old Globe Theatre Board, and five years on the Board of YWCA of San Diego County. Darlene Davies achieved a unique trifecta of honors, November 14, 2006 which included "Darlene Davies Day" proclamations by the San Diego City Council, San Diego County Board of Supervisors and the State of California.
Release date Australia
July 2nd, 2018
Illustrations
Illustrations, color
Imprint
Montezuma Publishing
Pages
102
Dimensions
152x229x7
ISBN-13
9780744219128
Product ID
28254400

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