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Milton Bennion served as Dean of the University of Utah's College of Education from 1913 to 1941, after joining the faculty in 1901 as a professor of philosophy. As education's longest serving Dean, he had an extraordinary influence on the college's early development. Milton Bennion Hall was dedicated in his honor in 1960.
Terrel Howard Bell
"There are three things to emphasize in teaching: The first is motivation, the second is motivation, and the third is (you guessed it) motivation." Terrel H. Bell, U.S. Secretary of Education, 1981-1985