Alfred H. Krebs (1920-2012) was educated at Cornell University, earning a B.A. in 1941, an M.A. in 1943, and a Ph.D. in 1950. He held positions in agricultural education at the University of Illinois and the University of Maryland, until joining Virginia Tech as professor and head of agricultural education in 1969.
Krebs was named Director of Summer School in 1970 and Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs in 1972. When Dr. Malpass left Virginia Tech in 1974, Dr. Krebs served as Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs until John D. Wilson assumed the post in September 1975.
Next, Krebs was named Acting Vice President for Special Projects and then Vice President for Special Projects until his appointment in 1977 as Vice President for Administration. He succeeded Stuart K. Cassell in this position.
Krebs retired in 1981.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content
This collection consists primarily of correspondence and records of Leslie F. Malpass, Alfred Krebs, and Donald C. Darnton from the Office of Academic Affairs at Virginia Tech. The bulk is from Malpass' tenure as Vice-President for Academic Affairs (1968-1974), but there also are materials from Alfred H. Krebs' tenure as director of Summer School (1970-1972) and as Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs under Malpass (1972-1974) and from Donald C. Darnton's tenure as Director of...
1961 - 1977; Majority of material found within ( 1965-1976)
The collection consists primarily of the correspondence and other materials of Alfred Krebs in his capacity as Vice President for Special Projects (1975-1976). The collection also includes materials from his period as Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs (1972-1975). His duties as Vice President for Special Projects included university financial functions, chairmanship of the Computer Committee, Systems Development, Institutional Research, and the coordination of the Equal Employment...
1963 - 1976