Kenneth Gray '61
Colby College, B.A. '65
Syracuse University, M.A. '69
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Ed.D. '80
Professor of Education at Pennsylvania State College of Education, in charge of the Workforce Education and Development program.
National leader in rethinking the education and transitional experiences
of teens, especially those in the forgotten middle. His theories have
sparked debate on whether a four year college degree is appropriate for all teens. Has conducted research and published on a variety of education for employment topics. Recipient of the prestigious Harold Silvious Outstanding Scholarship Award.
Advice to Students
There are many "ways to win" in life Take the time--have the courage--toseek the "ways to win" that are best for you. Socrates said "without a known port-of-call, no wind is favorable." Think hard about your future!
Inducted November 24, 1998