Donald West Harward

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Donald West Harward is a philosopher and served as the sixth president of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine from 1989 to 2002.

Harward received his B.A. in mathematics from Maryville College, then his M.A. from American University, and Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Maryland. Harward then taught at the University of Delaware and the College of Wooster, where he served as a dean and vice president of academic affairs. In 1989 Harward became president of Bates College. As president Harward stressed Bates' tradition of egalitarian values and involvement in the community. He strengthened the thesis program and study abroad programs. Harward oversaw the construction of 22 buildings and facilities at Bates and worked to integrate Bates into the Lewiston community. President Harward retired in 2002. The Harward Center for Community Partnerships in Lewiston was opened in 2005. The center was named after Harward for his continuous work in strengthening community ties.

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  • Bates College Mirror 2006 (Lewiston, ME: Bates College, 2006).

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Preceded by
Thomas Hedley Reynolds
President of Bates College
1989-2002
Succeeded by
Elaine Tuttle Hansen