Smith, Keith Lowell, 1920-
Keith Lowell Smith (1920-1992) was an academic administrator in Utah.
Keith Lowell Smith was born on August 31, 1920 in Salt Lake City, Utah. On March 24, 1947 he married Marrilyn Louise Cullimore. He served in the U.S. Navy in World War II. He served as the BYU-Salt Lake Center for Continuing Education's chairman from 1966-1972. Later he served as the Director of Brigham Young University's Division of Continuing Education from 1981-1983. He died January 16, 1992.
Citation:nuc86-60436: His A history of the Brigham Young ... 1972 (hdg. on UU rept.: Smith, Keith Lowell, 1920- ; usage: Keith Lowell Smith)
BYU Organizational History Project, via WWW, April 28,2015 (Brigham Young University Dept. of Evening Classes, director from 1981-1983; BYU-Salt Lake Center chairman, 1966-1972)
Deseret news, via WWW, April 28, 2015 (Death: Keith Lowell Smith; b. August 31, 1920 Salt Lake City; March 24, 1947 married Marrilyn Louise Cullimore; U.S. Navy in WWII; d. January 16, 1992)
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Contains copies of histories of the Division of Continuing Education. Includes A Historical Study of Adult Education Programs of BYU, 1921-1966, by Keith L. Smith; Authorization for Adult Education and Extension Services by the Policy Making Groups of BYU, by George S. Haslam; and The History of Continuing Education at BYU, 1875-1973, by Richard Henstrom.
Contains files and correspondence created by Keith L. Smith during his tenure at the BYU Salt Lake Center between 1971 and 1975, including information on programs and courses being offered at the Center. Also includes correspondence and programs from Smith's participation in Education Week, as well as a copy of his thesis.