Idaho state flag coloring pages

Dec 26 2019

Nichols decided to leave the college, and named Carl McIntosh, an associate professor of speech, as acting executive dean in January 1947. That March, the school was elevated to four-year status and became Idaho State College. Nichols was so impressed with McIntosh’s public speaking skills that he successfully persuaded the Board of Regents to appoint McIntosh the first president of ISC. At 32 years of age, he was one of the youngest college presidents in the United States. Although McIntosh was not originally interested in being an administrator, once the school became an independent college he decided he wanted to remain president and see it through its early growing pains. The college was accredited as a four-year degree granting institution in December 1948. Enrollment reached 2,000 in 1949. McIntosh left ISC in 1959 to become president of Long Beach State College, and was succeeded by Donald E. Walker.

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