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“My passion for our aging population, years of life experiences, and my desire to share my passion for helping others became my mantra to share with my students in developing a plan, passion, and persistence to achieve their academic dreams that includes paying it forward towards helping others.” – Dr. William Dailey
For his work in developing programs in gerontology, Dr. William Dailey, former gerontology lecturer at Fresno State, was honored for his service in the field with a bench on campus at a Nov. 22 ceremony. Located in front of the south side of the Engineering East Building between San Ramon and Jackson streets, the bench serves to recognize not only Dailey, but his beloved guide dog, Farley, as well. Both retired from the University in 2015.
Dailey started out his career at Fresno State as a volunteer in the Interdisciplinary Gerontology Program in 1996, in which he credits…
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