Malcolm B. Galbreath
1938 - 1957
Dr. Malcom Galbreath, the third director of the New York State
School of Agriculture at Morrisville, was born in Maryland in 1903.
He was a graduate of Cornell University, earning his B.S., M.S. and
Ph.D. degrees from that institution. Under the guidance of
Dr. Galbreath, the college survived the lean enrollment years
of World War Two, and, in 1948, became part of the newly formed
State University of New York. As enrollment increased, new courses
were introduced, and new buildings were constructed to accomodate
larger classes of incoming freshmen.
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