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Joseph Agee was a William and Mary student earning his B.S.(1952) and M.Ed. (1956) degrees from the College of William and Mary. As a faculty member from 1956-1992, his appointments included: Lecturer in Physical Education for Men, 1956-1964; Instructor in Physical Education for Men, 1964-1965; Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Men, 1965-1969; Associate Professor of Physical Education for Men, 1969-1982; Professor of Physical Education for Men, 1982-1984; Professor of Physical Education, 1984-1992; Professor of Physical Education, Emeritus, 1992- .

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