Winfred E. Wagoner
|Winfred Ethestal Wagoner|
|Ball State University|
|Term||1943 – 1945|
|Successor||John R. Emens|
May 30, 1888|
|Died||June 7, 1948
|Spouse||Glossie Lavonne Goddard|
|Children||George Alfred Wagoner|
Winfred Ethestal Wagoner (May 30, 1888 – June 7, 1948) was an American educator, best known as the former president of Ball State Teachers College, now known as Ball State University, in Muncie, Indiana.
Wagoner came to Ball State in 1924 as an assistant professor in the history department. After that he became a secretary-registar in 1926 before serving as the controller in 1929. Wagoner served as president for six months when President Pittenger resigned in December 1942. He had actually been managing many of the Ball State's affairs while Pittenger was ill. Wagonor passionately lead the college through the turbulent years of World War II. His term as president was extend two more years. After President Emens was inaugurated in 1945, went back to serving as the controller of the college.
- "Past Presidents". Ball State University. Retrieved August 13, 2009.
- "Personal Details". PhpGedView. Retrieved August 13, 2009.[dead link]
- Edmonds, Anthony; Gellhoed, Bruce (2001). Ball State University: an interpretive history. Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 91. ISBN 0-253-34017-9.
- "Biography". University Archives. Ball State University (Bracken Library). Retrieved August 13, 2009.[dead link]
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