Dr. Robert T. Anderson, noted organ recitalist and educator, was honored on Alumni Day, May 20, as the youngest recipient of Wesleyan's Distinguished Alumnus Award. A 1955 graduate, Dr. Andersonis 37 years old. He was chosenby the awards committee of theAlumni Council from nominations by alumni. Selection is based on professional accomplishments, civic leadership and service to Wesleyan. Now head of the organ department of Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, he is a performing artist, composer and writer. He holds masters and doctoral degrees from Union Theological Seminary in New York City and studied in Europe from 1957 through 1959 on a Fulbright scholarship. In 1967 he toured Denmark, England, Germany, Holland and Belgium as a recitalist. Five of his students have also been Fulbright scholars. Dr. Anderson originated and organized the International Organ Seminar held last month at SMU. While at Wesleyan, he won a Presser Foundation award, won the Delta Omicron award twice and served as president of Blue Key honorary society and Phi Mu Alpha professional music fraternity.