|Frank R. Haig S.J.|
|President of Wheeling Jesuit College|
|Term||July 15, 1966 – August 21, 1972|
|Predecessor||William Troy, S.J.|
|Successor||Charles Currie Jr., S.J.|
|President of Le Moyne College|
|Term||July 1, 1981 – 1987|
|Predecessor||William J. O'Halloran, S.J.|
|Successor||James C. Finlay, S.J.|
September 11, 1928 |
Frank Rawle Haig, S.J. (born September 11, 1928) is an American Jesuit and physics professor. Haig has served as the second President of Wheeling Jesuit University from 1966 to 1972 and the seventh President of LeMoyne College from 1981 until 1987.
Wheeling Jesuit University
He appointed the third president of Wheeling Jesuit in 1966, succeeded the school's second head, Father William Troy, S.J. Haig was inaugurated president on July 15, 1966. In his acceptance speech, Haig told the audience, "The world will be what our men and women of insight make it to be...It is a challenge to be asked to help them see all right."
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