March 18, 1982

To: All Faculty and Staff
From: President Gail Fullerton
Subject: Dwight Bentel Hall Dedication

Please join me and other members of the University at ceremonies marking the official change in the name of the Journalism Classroom Building to Dwight Bentel Hall. The dedication will take place on Thursday, April 1, on the south lawn near the entrance to the building. In the event of rain, the dedication will be in the University Theatre.

The dedication program will honor Dwight Bentel as the founder of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications, creator of the Spartan Daily, and as a distinguished teacher and administrator whose service to the campus and community has been of lasting influence. Recollections of Dr. Bentel's career will be provided by Academic Vice President Hobert Burns, Executive Vice President Emeritus William Dusel, and Dolores Spurgeon, Professor Emeritus of Journalism. A complete program is attached.

Following the dedication, you are also invited to an informal reception on the second floor, journalism wing, of Dwight Bentel Hall. I hope you will attend and help make the dedication a memorable event.

GF:ck Attachment
Academic Vice President Executive Vice President Chairman, Academic Senate

Dedication of Dwight Bentel Hall
April 1, 1982
4 p.m.

Opening Remarks Dennis E. Brown, Chairman
Journalism and Mass Communications
Welcome Gail Fullerton
Greetings Andrew Hughey, Dean
Applied Arts and Sciences
Introduction of Guests Dennis E. Brown
Remembrances of Dolores Spurgeon, Professor Emeritus
Dwight Bentel Journalism and Mass Communications
William Dusel
Executive Vice President Emeritus
Hobert Burns
Academic Vice President
Remarks Dwight Bentel, Chairman Emeritus
Journalism and Mass Communications
Dedication Gail Fullerton

Dwight Bentel Hall