Stan at Puget Sound
Stan joined the College of Puget Sound in 1936. His starting salary was $1,800, as seen in his contract and this handwritten letter from President Todd.
Stan’s curriculum vitae as of 1951 is seen below.
Stan was an active member of the Tacoma Community, serving as:
Stan was also a frequent speaker, as shown in these news clippings.
Brown and Haley Lectures
In 1950, Stan developed the idea for an annual lecture series in the humanities or social sciences and approached J.C. Haley, President of Brown & Haley Manufacturing Confectioners. Today, the Brown and Haley Lectures are intended to make significant contributions to the understanding of urgent problems confronting society, emphasizing perspectives in the social sciences or humanities.
Stan was an active member of the faculty at Puget Sound. He served on numerous campus committees throughout his career, including the Rules and Regulations, Curriculum, Library, Graduate Studies, Admissions, Academic Standards, and By-Law Revision Committees.