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Ray Harvey


HARVEY, Ray F.E.  (1915-1999)
Educator

Ray Francis Ethelred Harvey was born in 1915.  During World War II he served as a Royal Canadian Air Force navigator.  Ray obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Manitoba and his Ph.D. was attained at the University of Alberta. He was also awarded an Honorary LL.D. degree from the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina.

Harvey was the Vice-Principal of the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus from January 1970 to June 1972.  Prior to joining the University faculty in 1965, he was Deputy Minister of the Department of Education, and before that had served as chief superintendent of Saskatchewan schools, superintendent of provincial high schools and superintendent of schools in Nipawin and Medstead.  In 1965, Harvey was appointed Professor of School Administration in the Faculty of Education.  When the School of Administration was granted Faculty status in 1968, he was named its first dean.  In 1975 Harvey retired with Emeritus status.

Harvey was a member of the Joint Committee on Higher Education and was chairman of the Regina Campus Sub-Committee.  The major purposes of the Joint Committee were: to examine all aspects of post-secondary education; to examine the feasibility of establishing several colleges in defined regions of the province to further the economic and cultural development of the region; and to examine and evaluate the articulation of all formal and informal educational programs in a community.

Harvey passed away in 1999.

Archival Collections (Finding Aids in PDF format)


75-9 - Professional Papers Relating to Education, 1965-1968