Pfeiffer mourns the death of Emeritus Professor J. Griffin Campbell
Dr. J. Griffin “Griff” Campbell, who taught English at Pfeiffer College from 1956-85, died suddenly on Mon., Jan. 12, 2015. He was 95.
During his tenure at Pfeiffer, Dr. Campbell, who at the time of his death resided in Burlington, N.C., with his wife, Mary Elizabeth (Betty) Fellers Campbell, was named an honorary alumnus of the class of 1965, a group he served as faculty advisor. While at Pfeiffer, he served as chair, division of Language and Literature; head of the English department; chair of the library committee; member of the presidential search committee (1968) and faculty sponsor for Order of the Sundial. He was a founder and former chair of the board of directors for Pfeiffer Friends of the Library. Upon his retirement, he was awarded emeritus professor status by the board of trustees.
Pfeiffer University earns 2015 Community Engagement Classification
Pfeiffer University has been selected by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to receive its 2015 Community Engagement Classification. This designation is among the highest honors a college or university can achieve in recognition for the impact of its community service and engagement efforts.
Pfeiffer, classified initially in 2008, is among 157 colleges and universities nationwide to be reclassified for this honor and is joined by 83 new institutions receiving the classification for the first time this year and 121 others that were named in 2010. It is one of six private universities in North Carolina –among a total of 18 universities statewide—to hold this distinction.
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