Glenn W. Ferguson

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Glenn W. Ferguson
Born (1929-01-28)January 28, 1929
Syracuse, New York
Died December 20, 2007(2007-12-20) (aged 78)
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Glenn W. Ferguson (January 28, 1929 in Syracuse, New York - December 20, 2007 in Santa Fe, New Mexico) was an American diplomat and university president. He was the United States Ambassador to Kenya from 1966–1969 and the President of several universities, including Clark University, the University of Connecticut, and the American University of Paris. He was the first director of the volunteer program VISTA and, for a short time, Director of the Lincoln Center in New York City. He died on December 20, 2007 from prostate cancer at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Glenn W. Ferguson, 78; Envoy to Kenya Washington Post, January 3, 2008
  2. ^ Glenn W. Ferguson, Former Ambassador to Kenya, Dies at 78 New York Times, January 5, 2008