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IMi.D. IVdin Miikc. In adclilioii lo his . rcguhif work, he has l)con actively associalcci as achisrr in social acli ilics lor ' -r_ ' and civilian sluclcnis. lie is Associate Managing Editor ol ihc Hispanic American Historical Re ' ie v, his years of residence in Bra- zil, as well as otiier ciualilications, have litted A. K. Manchester H. ]. Hkrrino him well lor this position. He is a member of the committee on mind-year commencements, and in 1943 he was appointed University Mar- shal, succedding the late Dr. Frank C. Brown, who had been University Marshal for many vears. HERBERT JAMES HERRING, A.B., A.M. Dean af Trinity College MR. HERBERT J. HERRING, who has previously been Dean of Men of Trinity C ollege, was appointed Dean of the College about two years ago. He received his A.B. degree from Trinity College in 1922 and his M.A. degree from Columbia University in 1929. Dean Herring has had general direction of the academic side of the V-12 program. In that connection, he attended meetings in New York and Quantico with Navy officials and a meeting in Washington with the C ouncil on Education. At the latter meeting, the matter of enriching electives for V-12 students was discussed, as well as degree credits for students enrolled in the ' -i 2 program. He is also a member of the admin- istrative committee on religious activities. After teaching English in the R. J. Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem, Herring came to Duke in 1924 as Assistant Dean. He has been invaluable in his capacity as class adviser and as an assistant professor. -, — PAUL NEFF GARBER A.B., A.M., PH.D. Dean of Ihe Diriiii y Sriiool AN HISTORIAN, author, teacher, and administrator, Dr. (iarber came to Duke in 1924 and lias been dean of the Duke Univers- ity Divinity School since 1941. He attended Bridgewater College receiving his A.B. degree, and he also recei ' ed his .A.M. and Ph.D. de- grees from tiic U. of Pa. His duties this year include the preliminary training of navy chap- lains. He is the author of a number of books relating t(j church history and he is a recognized authority in the held of Methodist history. He is President of the Association of Methodist His- torical Societies and a member of the Executive Committee of the American Association of Theo- logical Schools. He is the author of a biography of Bishop John C. Kilgo, president of Trinity College 1 894- 1 910. For several years he was director of Lake Junaluska summer school. CALVIN BRYCE HOOVER A.B., PH.D., LITT.D. Dean of Graduate School of Arts and Sciences |R. HOOVER came to Duke in 1925. Since the beginning of the war. Dr. Hoover has spent a considerable portion of his time as an economic adviser and consultant to various government departments in Washington. In C. B. Hoover P. N. Garber these capacities he has had the unusual oppor- tunity to visit England, Sweden, and other foreign countries under war-time conditions. More recently he has been connected with the Office of Strategic Services, but before that he had been consultant to the National Resources Committee and the National Defense Commis- sion. I3uring the past year he appeared as an 13
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economic authority on tlie Uni (rsit . of Cihicago round talilc radio program. He returned to liis work at Duke February i, 1944. DR. WILBUR C;. OA IDSCJ.X A.B., M.D. Dean of the School oj Medicine DR. WILHLR C:. D.WID.SON, Dean of the .School of Medicine .since its organization. came to Duke in 1927 from Johns Hopkins. He V. C. Davidson H. C HoR.XCK is a graduate of Princeton University, and he received his M.. . degree from Johns Hopkins Medical .School. He taugiit at Baltimore Med- ical .School and served as assistant Dean at Johns Ho|)kins Medical School. DR. H. C:LAUDE H0R. C;K, LL.D., PH.D. Dean nf the School oJ Law DR. II. CLAUDE HORACK, Dean of the 1 )ukc University School of Law, came to Duke in 1930 as Professor of Law. He received his Ph.D. and his LL.D. from Tulane. For many years, he has been active in the field of law, having served as President of the Iowa State Bar A.ssociation, Adviser on the . ' merican Bar Association and .Secretary and President ol the Association of American Law Schools. Dean Horack attended the International Congress oi Comparative Law at the Hague. C:LARL. CL FERDINAiXD KOR.SlI.W B.S.F., M.F., M.A., PH.D. Dean of the School of I ' ' oreili y DR. KORSTIAN, Dean of the School of Forestry since 1938, came to Duke in 1930. He received his B.S.F. and his M.F. IVom South- eastern Christian College, and his Ph.D. from ■ •r ' ' ale. He has been Dean of the School of Forestry since its establishment. Dr. Korstian is past president of the Society of . nici ican Foresters, one of the largest professional groups in the country. He is the author of a series of .Vuthoritative Works in the Field of Silvi-culture. On a number of occa- sions he has been requested by the government to serve on special commissions concerned with the preservation of our national forest resources, the importance of which has been emphasized b) ' the war. The program for using the facilities of Duke ' s 5,000 acre forest for research as well as for rec- reation has been imder the direction of Dean Korstian. HOLLAND HOLTON, A.B., J.D. Director oJ the Summer Session DR. HOLTON, besides being Director of the Summer Session of the University, is Pro- fessor of the History and Science of Education. He is the University ' s representati ' e at meetings of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. He is editor of the South- ern A.ssociation Quarterly, sponsored by the association and published by the Duke Univer- sity Press. He is chairman of one of the .Selecti e Service Boards in the Citv of Durham and has C.:. I " . KoR.sriA.N Holland Holton liad luimcrous s|)ecial res])onsibilities incident lo the war piTJod. Dr. Hollon has been director of the Duke University ' Summer .School since 1920 and chair- man of the Department of Education since 1 92 1 . He received his A.B. degree from Trinity College in 1907 and his Ph.D. degree from the Uni- versity of Chicago in 1927. 14
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