September 01, 2017

McAllister Plaza Dedicated

During the May meeting of the board of trustees, friends and colleagues came together to dedicate a renewed façade and expanded entry into Campbell Hall (formerly North College) to the late Les McAllister, an influential professor emeritus of economics.
  • Photo by: Todd Anderbyrne
    Todd Anderbyrne

The building now has a ramp, new landscaping, and an expanded patio with pavers. The class of 2016, through its class gift, contributed to the project, along with many other alumni and friends. McAllister, who died in 2015, served on the economics faculty from 1953 to 1991 and chaired the department from 1960 to 1974. He was the first to hold the Allen-Bradley Chair in Economics and was twice named Teacher of the Year at Beloit.


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