According to WTNH.com on Sept. 9, one of the co-creators of Marvel's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", Joss Whedon, is being honored on the campus of Wesleyan University. Whedon is a graduate of the university and now has an exhibit called "Joss Whedon: From Buffy to Bard".
The display shows historical memorabilia of Whedon's past university projects such as a college ledger with hand written commentary on his ideas that lead to the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" series to an old poster he had designed and later used to promote a series of end-of-the-year student films back in 1986.
Though inspiration wasn't entirely brought upon within Whedon. He had a college professor by the name of Jeanine Basinger. Her picture is also on display and also pays homage to her and represents an inspiration to Whedon.
There are some images displayed online that cannot be seen unless fans of Whedon's work are willing to show up in person at the location. Anyone interested in taking a visit to the venue can contact the curator Andrea McCarty who is a member of the Cinema Archives staff at Wesleyan University.