Feeney, Walter J.
A Jesuit mathematician and college administrator, Walter J. Feeney, SJ graduated from Boston College in 1948 and then earned several graduate degrees, including a Ph.D from Catholic University of America in 1954. He was ordained in 1956 and in 1958 he became professor of Math and Philosophy at Boston College. From 1966 to 1969 he served as Dean of the University's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and later directed the Program for Jesuit Studies. Feeney died in 1977.
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Walter J. Feeney, SJ papers
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Scope and Contents Composed of correspondence, publications, meeting minutes, reports, a photograph and some speeches. Most of the material concerns either the Weston College School of Philosophy Self Study or the Jesuit Community at Boston College. University related items deal with the Program for Jesuit Studies, Mathematics Seminars and the University Academic Senate. In addition, there are papers of the Association for Symbolic Logic and the American Jesuit Assistancy Conference on the Total Development of...
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Dates: 1964 - 1971