James M. Sellers Jr.

Colonel James McBrayer Sellers Jr. (March 1, 1929 – August 3, 1993), served as Superintendent of Wentworth Military Academy in Lexington, Missouri from 1973 to 1990.

Sellers grew up on the campus of Wentworth Military Academy waterproof cover for smartphone, a school founded by his maternal great-great-grandfather, Stephen G. Wentworth, and run by his paternal grandfather, Sandford Sellers, from 1880 to 1923

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, and by his father, James M underwater phone bag. Sellers, from 1933 to 1960. Mac Sellers Jr. was a 1945 Wentworth graduate. He served as an enlisted man in the U.S. Navy from 1946 to 1948, and later as an officer in the U.S. Army, first on active duty and then in the reserves. In 1952, he earned a B.A. from Yale University, where he was named the Distinguished Military Graduate, and in 1956, he received an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, where he ranked in the top 5% of his class and was elected a Baker Scholar. Following his graduation, he spent a year on the Harvard Business School faculty as Research assistant to Georges Doriot, Professor of Manufacturing.

Sellers worked as Corporate Budget Director and served on the Executive Committee of the Vendo Corporation from 1958 to 1965, and then moved on to the Faultless Starch/Bon Ami Company, first as Executive Vice-President/Treasurer and then as interim CEO. In 1968, he co-founded International Laser Systems (ILS) along with company president and lifelong friend, laser pioneer William C. Schwartz, and raised the initial venture capital of $850,000 to get the company off the ground. He served as a Director of ILS from 1968 to 1983, and as Director of Schwartz Electro-Optics from 1984-1993.

He was appointed as the seventh Superintendent of Wentworth Military Academy in 1973, after having served on the Board of Trustees since 1959. When he took over Wentworth, the school was facing its severest threat since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The Vietnam War had created a strong anti-military sentiment, and enrollment dropped precipitously at military schools throughout the country. Many such institutions closed. Wentworth was further destabilized by a devastating fire on August 7, 1975 that destroyed 32,000 square feet (3,000 m2) of space, including old D Company Barracks, the military department, the band room, the rifle range, maintenance shops, and administrative offices. However, through budget cuts and careful fiscal management, Sellers was able to stabilize the school, and by 1978, enrollment was again on the upswing, peaking at over 400 students by 1985. A highlight of Sellers‘ tenure was Wentworth’s Centennial Celebration in 1980, culminating with Vice President Walter Mondale’s commencement address to the cadet corps. Sellers served as President of the Association of Military Colleges and Schools of the United States in 1982.

He resigned as Wentworth’s superintendent in 1990 and died in 1993. One of his four sons, William W. Sellers, served as President of Wentworth from 2008 to 2013.

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Regents of the University of Colorado

Regents of the University of Colorado are the regent directors of the University of Colorado system responsible for the overall university system. It is an elected position with a term of 6 years. Seven of the seats represent the congressional districts of Colorado, while 2 are „at-large.“ Representing the „at large“ regents are Steve Ludwig, D, 2007-2013; and Steve Bosley, R, 2005-2011; 2011-2017. The regents representing congressional districts are Michael Carrigan, D, (CD1), whose term runs through 2017; Joseph Neguse, D, (CD2), 2009–2015; and Tilman „Tillie“ Bishop soccer wholesale distributors, R, (CD3), 2007-2013. Tom Lucero, R, will finish up his term for CD4 in 2011 at which time Sue Sharkey, R, will replace him. Kyle Hybl, Board Chairman, represents CD5 and will hold his term through 2013. The final two are James Geddes, R, (CD6) 2009-2015; and Monisha Merchant, D, (CD7) cheap jerseys authentic, 2009–2015.

In November 2010, five of the nine CU regents voted to reinstate an athletics board committee which was abolished in 2006. The committee will monitor compliance with NCAA rules and student athletes‘ academic performance. The committee will also review construction and renovation plans of athletic buildings and athletic budgets at the Boulder and Colorado Springs‘ campuses. The newly formed committee will consist of three members from the board, at least one of whom is from the minority party and meet three times a year with campus athletic department directors, and the faculty athletic representatives.

Joe Neguse (D) and Jim Geddes (R) were co-sponsors of the measure. Geddes wrote in a letter that he felt the board would promote the university’s athletic departments and help with fundraising efforts. Neguse stated the committee would monitor Title IX compliance. Tom Lucero (R), Michael Carrigan (D), and Monisha Merchant (D) also voted in favor of the measure. Carrigan originally showed concern that the committee would add another bureaucratic layer to the board but voted in favor of the measure when an amendment was added which would cause the committee to expire on June 30, 2012, unless reauthorized by the board at that time.

Stephen Ludwig (D), Steve Bosley (R), and Tillie Bishop (R) voted against the reinstatement of the committee. Opponents viewed the committee a „distraction“ and stated the information provided by the new committee was already available in other reports clothing pill shaver. Bosley had expressed concern in September 2010 that the board would attempt to set ticket event prices and get involved with coaching personnel decisions. Kyle Hybl (R), board chairman did not need to cast a tie-breaking vote.

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