Finding Aid for Wesley Face Personal Papers, 1985-1991
This collection includes correspondence, minutes of meetings, and working papers. Most of the materials relate to when Face was a Stout professor.
University of Wisconsin--Stout -- Technical education
University of Wisconsin--Stout -- Curricula
University of Wisconsin--Stout. Academic Affairs. Vice Chancellor's Office
Face earned his Bachelor of Science in industrial education and history in 1951. He received a Master of Science in industrial education in 1956 from Stout, and he received his Doctor of Education degree in 1963 from the University of Illinois. He taught in Air Force technical schools and high school industrial arts classes. He served as an Industrial Education instructor at Stout for twelve years. He was promoted to chair of the Metals Department and served as assistant Dean of the Graduate School. Face then became the University Curriculum Coordinator and Assistant Vice President. After that, he became the Vice President/Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Following the retirement of Chancellor Swanson, Face became acting chancellor. In 1990, he was named the first James Huff Professorship for Distinguished Service.