McConnell, T. R. (Thomas Raymond), 1901-1989
T.R. Mconnell (1901-1989) served and Chancellor of the University of Buffalo 1950-1954. McConnell, an educator and psychologist, came to the university from the University of Minnesota where he was the Dean of the College of Sciences, Literature, and Arts. Under his leadership, the university’s organization was modernized, the first residence halls opened, and the School of Medicine moved to the main campus. Between 1954 and his death in 1989 he was on the faculty of the School of Education at the University of California at Berkley.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Chancellors and Presidents vertical file
Contains administrative histories and miscellaneous printed material regarding individual chancellors and presidents of the University at Buffalo.
T. Raymond McConnell papers
Reprints of speeches and articles on fund raising, academic freedom, the elective system, and selective service; also inaugural memorabilia.