David B. Truman
David B. Truman served as a Dean of Columbia College and a Provost/Vice President.
"His provostship overlapped the 1968 protests, in which he had a central role as President Grayson Kirk's right hand man in the administration camp (albeit retaining student respect to a much greater degree than did Kirk). His memoirs provide a detailed personal account of the protests, which caused him to resign as provost and move on to the presidency of Mt. Holoke College." 
- Former COO, Russell Sage Foundation
- American Political Science Association: Past Presidents
- Former Member, Commission on Private Philanthropy and Public Needs
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- David B. Truman, wikicu, accessed October 5, 2009.