William Dinwiddie


William Dinwiddie, A.M., L.L.D.


Dr. Dinwiddie came to the college as Professor of Mathematics in 1906, and upon Dr. Woods’s departure, Dinwiddie was elected Chancellor. One of his first acts was to secure membership in the newly created Association of Southern Colleges and Preparatory Schools. ┬áHe also organized the students into a Student Council to encourage student initiative and government at the college.