Personal: b. 1936, from Connecticut.
Education: Yale, History, 1957; Kings College (Cambridge, England), graduate work; Law degree from Yale, 1961.
Family: Wife: Ursula Mary Orange; Children: Abraham, Ursula, and Dina.
Previous Employment: Lawyer; lecturer at Yale Law School; Dean of Dartmouth.
After Hollins: President of Hobart and William Smith Colleges (Geneva, New York).
Other: After law school, named an MIT Fellow in Sudan; Legal Assistant to the chief justice after Sudan gained its independence from Britain in 1956; edited the Sudan Law Journal and Reports; edited Albert Inskip Dickerson: Selected Writings; wife, Mary Brewster, was the first presidential spouse to teach at Hollins (taught social work classes, 1979).
Brewster, Carroll Worcester, "Carroll Worcester Brewster" (1975). Hollins University Presidents. 6.