TAKOMA PARK, MD (April 24) – Washington Adventist University President Weymouth Spence, Ed.D., was among a group of educators who met with Education Secretary Arne Duncan at the White House recently to discuss issues on higher education including access, affordability, student success and accountability.
Washington Adventist University President Weymouth Spence, Ed.D. , joined presidents of other Maryland private colleges and Universities in Annapolis on Feb. 9 to press the state government for continued funding of these institutions. Administrators and students were in the state capital in observation of Maryland Independent Higher Education Day declared by Governor Martin O’Malley in recognition of the vital independent colleges and universities play in the State, which boasts one of the best educated workforces in the nation.
President Weymouth Spence and Mrs. Rebecca Spence opened the doors of The Votaw House, December 2, for their annual Christmas reception for faculty, staff, their families and other invited guests.
In this photo are (l-r), Lois Peters, Rebecca Spence, President Weymouth Spence and Leroy Peters.