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Thomas F. Jones
1962-1974

Biographical Note:

Thomas F. Jones, Jr. was elected the 23rd president of USC in 1962. An engineer and former dean of the school of electrical engineering at Purdue, Jones guided the University through the devisive years of the 1960s and early 1970s as the institution became a modern research university. Serving until 1974, he was one of the most influential and innovative presidents in USC history.

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