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J. Wilfred Lambert (23 August 1906-11 May 1986) graduated from William & Mary earning a BA in 1927 and later returned as an instructor in psychology. He was a popular teacher and administrator throughout his 50 year career at William & Mary. He received the Thomas Jefferson Award in 1973. He was awarded an honorary degree in 1981 at Commencement.

Lambert's appointments: Instructor of Psychology, 1930-1934; Dean of Freshmen, 1934-1938; Assistant Professor of Psychology, 1934-1949; Dean of Men, 1938-1945; Dean of Students, 1945-1969; Associate Professor of Psychology, 1949-1959; Registrar, 1949-1964; Professor of Psychology, 1959-1973; Vice President of Student Affairs, 1970-1973; Professor of Psychology, Emeritus, 1973; Vice President of Student Affairs, Emeritus, 1973; Director of Donor Research, 1975-c. 1980; Leaves of Absence: 1933-1934, 1943-December 1, 1945.


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