Oberhausen, Debbe
May 2011
Kentucky Libraries;Spring2011, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p4
Academic Journal
The article features William Hunter Wilson, associate vice president for development and major gifts at Kentucky State University. It says that Wilson worked in several positions at Kentucky Educational Television (KET) over a 38-year period. It mentions that his community service includes being the Collaborative for Teaching and Learning chairman, Carnegie Literacy Commission board member, and Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence board member.


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