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Air University Board of Visitors  

PURPOSE: The Board of Visitors is chartered to provide advice, views, and recommendations on the educational, doctrinal, and research policies and activities of Air University. The board advises the secretary of the Air Force through the AU commander on matters of policy regarding the mission of Air University.

MEETINGS: The board meets at least twice a year--in April at Maxwell Air Force Base (AFB), Alabama, and in March at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT), Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. The board presents a written report with its views and recommendations to the AU commander. This report is then presented to the chief of staff, United States Air Force, and to the secretary of the Air Force.

MEMBERSHIP: The membership is selected from the fields of education, business, industry, the professions, and public service. Members normally serve three-year terms renewable up to a maximum of nine years at the invitation of the Air University commander in the name of the chief of staff, United States Air Force. Permanent committees of the board include the Air Force Institute of Technology committee and the School of Advanced Airpower Studies (SAAS) committee.



MEMBERS

Dr. Samuel R. Williamson, Chair
Vice Chancellor and President
University of the South
Sewanee, Tennessee


Gen Jimmie V. Adams, USAF, Retired
Vice President, Washington Operation
L-3 Communication Corporation
Arlington, Virginia


Mr. Charles B. Alling Jr.
Kennebunk, Michigan

CMSAF James C. Binnicker, USAF, Retired
Academy Life Insurance Company
Director, Counselor of Operations
Alpharetta, Georgia


Gen Michael P. C. Carns, USAF, Retired
Pebble Beach, California


Dr. Thomas E. Cooper
Vice President, General Electric Company
Washington, D.C.
(AFIT Committee)


Dr. Ann Die
President, Hendrix College
Conway, Arkansas


Dr. Earl H. Dowell
Dean, School of Engineering
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
(AFIT Committee)


Mr. Robert M. Egan, Vice President, Western Area Operations, IBM
Salt Lake City, Utah

Dr. George H. Emert, Chair-Elect
President
Utah State University
Logan, Utah


Lt Gen Thomas R. Ferguson Jr., USAF, Retired
Senior Partner, Dayton Aerospace, Inc.
Kiawah Island, South Carolina
(AFIT Committee)


Dr. Horace Fleming
President, University of Southern Mississippi
Hattiesburg, Mississippi


Dr. Bill H. Harris
President, Alabama State University
Montgomery, Alabama
(SAAS Committee)


Dr. Robert A. Hoover
President, University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho
(SAAS Committee)


Lt Gen Bradley Hosmer, USAF, Retired
Alexandria, Virginia


Dr. E. Jan Kehoe
Superintendent/President
Merced Community College District
Merced, California
(SAAS Committee)


Dr. Richard H. Kohn
Professor of History
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
(SAAS Committee)


Gen Thomas S. Moorman Jr., USAF, Retired
Alexandria, Virginia


Ms. Elizabeth R. Rindskopf-Parker
General Counsel, University of Wisconsin System
Madison, Wisconsin


Ms. Ann C. Petersen
Attorney-at-Law
Chicago, Illinois


Dr. Luis Proenza
President, University of Akron
Akron, Ohio


Mr. Charles W. Ritter Jr.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Attala Company
Kosciusko, Mississippi


Dr. Alex Roland
Professor of History, Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
(SAAS Committee)


Dr. Arthur Smith
President, University of Houston
Houston, Texas
(SAAS Committee)


Mr. Marc Stanley
Attorney at Law
Dallas, Texas


Mr. Gordon P. Street
President, North American Royalties
Chattanooga, Tennessee


Dr. Norman E. Thagard
Professor and Director of College Relations
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida
(AFIT Committee)


Maj Gen Lucius Theus, USAF, Retired
President, US Associates
Southfield, Michigan
(SAAS Committee)


Dr. Kathryn C. Thornton
Professor in Technology Communications, and Culture
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia
(SAAS Committee)


Lt Gen Bernard Trainor, USMC, Retired
Lexington, Massachusetts


Rev. Dave T. Tyson, C.SC.
President, University of Portland
Portland, Oregon


Dr. James H. Woodard, Past-Chair
Chancellor, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Charlotte, North Carolina




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