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Stamper Inducted into Hall of Fame

edu205stamper.jpgDr. James Stamper, professor of education and director of student teaching, was inducted this fall to the Wayne County High School (Ky.) Academic Hall of Fame. Stamper’s prolific career as an educator at Belmont University, Vanderbilt University and Carson-Newman College, among many others, led to this honor.
The 1962 student body president and graduate of Wayne County High School was honored at the school’s fall Homecoming activities. He served as grand marshal of the Homecoming Parade, was honored at half-time of the school’s football game, received cards from the country’s kindergartners and was given a key to the city, among a variety of many accolades.

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