Professor Stanley L. Freeman, Jr. received an A.B. degree from Bates College in 1948, an M.A. in 1950 from Teachers College, Columbia University followed by the Ed. D in 1957. He was appointed to the University of Maine College of Education faculty (Counselor Education) in 1952 and initiated the full-time graduate program in counseling. In the 1960's he organized and led the first two National Defense Education Act Institutes for Counselors in Maine and designed and led an NDEA Institute for Teachers of Disadvantaged Youth. He held various administrative posts at the Orono campus from 1965 and created the first Office of Grant Support for the University in 1967. From 1969 to 1975 he served as the first Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs of the new University System and was acting Chancellor in 1975. He returned to campus teaching and community service in 1976 and served as director of the NEH funded program of Canadian/Franco American Studies for New England 1979-81. He developed and taught courses in adult career development and became a National Gerontological Counselor Trainer as well as a supervisor of student teachers in the years prior to his retirement in 1991. In that year, he was invited to serve as consultant on school guidance in St. Petersburg, Russia. He has been an education consultant to and board member of several Maine hospitals and was a founding member of the Maine Gerontological Society.
From the description of Papers 1952-1991. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 53880363