Marion Spencer Fay
|Marion Spencer Fay|
New Orleans, Louisiana
Physician, dean, and teacher
Marion Spencer Fay (1898 – May 20th, 1990) was a Louisianian physician, dean, teacher, and advocate. She was specifically known for her passion towards promoting Women’s Education. Her advocacy and proactiveness pertaining to women’s education was widely recognized and admired.
Early Life and Education
Career and Research
Marion died in 1990, however her legacy lives on in many ways, including the establishment of the Marion Spencer Fay Award. This award is given to a female physician who has made significant scientific strides, and who displays potential to continue doing so.
Pennsylvania Medical Journal. “PMJ Interview with Marion Spencer Fay, Ph.D.: Former President and Dean, Woman’s Medical College,” (1964 February), 25-26.
Peitzman, Steven J. A New and Untried Course: Woman’s Medical College and Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1850-1998. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 200.
Drexel University College of Medicine. Marion Spencer Fay Award. (http://www.drexelmed.edu), accessed October 29, 2020.
Keene, Clifford H. Pioneer-Pacesetter-Innovator: The Story of the Medical College of Pennsylvania. New York: The Newcomen Society of North America, 1971.
Philadelphia Inquirer. “Marion Spencer Fay, 93,” 1990 May 22.
Medical Woman’s Journal. “Dean Marion Fay, Ph.D,” Vol. 59, No. 7. (1952 July), 21-22, 24.
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