Marshall left mark at UW-Stevens Point in many areas
Portage County Gazette
By Gene Kemmeter
Phillip R. Marshall, the 10th chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (UWSP), died Monday, March 18, in Seattle, Wash.
Marshall, who was 86, served as chancellor from 1979 to 1989, replacing Lee Sherman Dreyfus, who had resigned to become governor of Wisconsin.
A science teacher in the first years of his career, Marshall returned to the classroom while still chancellor in the mid-1980s, and after his retirement taught chemistry fulltime for the fall semester for three years.

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