PAUL R. HARRIS (’54, ’56 M.A.), Dallas. He had a long career in the arts, serving as a teacher in Dallas ISD; coordinator of educational services at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City; head of the department of art education at Southern Methodist University; director of the Art Center in Waco and Craft Guild of Dallas; and an independent curator of more than 100 exhibitions. He also was a strong supporter of UNT Libraries and the College of Visual Arts and Design. He was a member of the President’s Council and the 1890 Society, and he established the Paul Rogers Harris Exhibition Endowment Fund to support the UNT Art Galleries. In 2003, he received the Legend award from the Dallas Center for Contemporary Arts.