Wilson McTeer Papers

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Boxes 13-14: Closed material relating to student and personnel matters.
7 linear feet (14 MB)

Born in Marysville Tennessee in 1905. B.A. at Marysville College in 1925, served as an instructor of psychology at the College from 1925-1927. McTeer completed his graduate work at University of Chicago in 1928, completed his Ph.D. in Psychology in 1930, and joined the faculty of College of the City of Detroit, where he taught psychology until he retired in 1971. This collection reflects McTeer’s work with University Council Budget Committee, and Liberal Arts Committee work. Subjects such as academic freedom, communism, Society of Sigma Xi, the National Society for Research, and Wayne’s transition to state control are included in the collection.

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