Charles Wesley Flint

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Charles Wesley Flint was an American bishop in the Methodist Church, elected in 1936.

Prior to his election to the Episcopacy, he was involved in educational work. He was the president of Cornell College in Iowa (1915–22), then was the fifth chancellor of Syracuse University from 1922 until his election as a bishop. During his time as chancellor, he served as an advisor to the Alpha Phi Omega chapter at Syracuse University.

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Academic offices
Preceded by
James Roscoe Day
Chancellor of Syracuse University
1922–1936
Succeeded by
William Pratt Graham