David Adamany


David Adamany

David Adamany (born September 23, 1936)[1] was Temple University's eighth president,[2] and the 8th president of Wayne State University. One of Wayne State University's libraries, David Adamany Undergraduate Library, was his creation.

Adamany later served for a time as head of the Detroit Public School District.

Education

A.B., J.D., Harvard University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison

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